An ideal option for those travelling by air, with the convenience of being close to Dublin’s leading airport. This Secret Hotel comes with parking and a fully equipped gymnasium, as well as offering free wifi in the lobby and a currency exchange service. Guest rooms are plush and comfortable, with coffee and tea making facilities, an en-suite bathroom and a television. Children are also catered for, with both cots and high chairs available. Should you be travelling on business, rest assured that the business centre is second to none, with audio/visual equipment, meeting rooms and a board room where you can rendezvous with clients or simply catch up with work outside the office. Don’t forget to snap up these great rates at this leading Dublin airport hotel!
Dublin city centre is easily reached from this Secret Hotel, as well as other nearby attractions such as the beautiful beaches, impressive mountains and pretty seaside towns. Dublin has recently been made a UNESCO City of Literature, so for the bookworms among us, be sure to pay a visit to highlights such as the James Joyce Museum, Marsh’s Library and the Oliver Goldsmith Statue. Number 1 Merrion Square was the former home of Oscar Wilde’s family between 1855 and 1879 and you can now take a tour of this impressive Georgian home, in which the first two floors have been restored to how they would have looked during Oscar’s day. The Oscar Wilde statue is also located over the road, gazing at his former home. This iconic memorial to the great writer took nearly three years to complete and the sculptor Danny Osborne even used the novelist’s grandson as the model.
For a daytrip outside the city, Howth Village is just 5 miles from Dublin airport and is full of pretty restaurants and bars as well as a scenic harbour where you can go sailing and fishing. For golf enthusiasts, there are some spectacular courses here too overlooking the Irish coast and rolling pastures. Malahide is another stunning seaside destination, and home to the impressive Malahide castle! Wander round the 250 acres of park land that this former grand home of the Talbot family sits on and take a tour to find out more about the ghosts that are said to roam the grounds, the mix of architectural styles and the Irish portraits that hang on the walls.
However you decide to spend your time in this glorious part of Ireland, they’ll be something new and exciting around every corner to fill you with happy memories that last a lifetime.