With recently refurbished guest rooms, this four star Secret Hotel offers you first class service with luxury amenities guaranteed to see you return again and again. Rooms include high speed internet connection, flat screen cable television and coffee and tea making facilities. The onsite restaurant offers a full buffet breakfast as well as lunch and dinner dishes whilst the bar is a great place to start your evening socialising with friends over a pint or two of Guinness. Staff are warm and friendly and will be more than happy to point you in the right direction for the local sights, but there is also a city map in the room for your added convenience, but with everything a stone’s through a way you’ll get your bearings in no time. Don’t miss city centre luxury at great rates!
Dublin is the home of Guinness and Jameson’s Whiskey, so at least one boozey tour should be on your list of things to do. The Guinness Storehouse tour will give you an insight into the famous Guinness family, whose legacy is evident throughout the city. The Church, now a café and restaurant, is where Arthur Guinness was married in the 18th century and Farmleigh House is where his grandson lived and collected an astonishing amount of rare books. The house and book collection was bought and donated respectively to the Irish government and you can now take a tour around this period property for free. The Jameson Distillery has a popular calendar of events alongside its standard tour, where visitors can enjoy a 4 course meal and evening entertainment during ‘Shindig Evenings’.
For a fun filled family day out, Butlers Chocolate Experience gives you a tour of the famous chocolate factory and a lesson on how we get the delicious bars and assortments today. Learn about your favourite chocolate bars humble beginnings as a bean in the rainforest and then become your very own chocolatier and decorate a tasty treat to take home with you. Make sure to go with an empty stomach so you have room for all the tastings!
In the heart of Dublin lies the city’s very own castle. Although a castle has stood on this site for hundreds of years, the current building dates back to the 18th century. Over the years it has been used a fortress and a royal residency but today is used for government functions. Take a tour of the state apartments to get to grips with Irish history and a chance to see beautiful period furniture and furnishings.