Attracting both business and leisure guests, this four star eco-friendly luxury hotel is a bargain not to be missed. This gorgeous hotel is serviced by a 24 hour reception, night porter and concierge service, where guests can enjoy the communal gardens and fully equipped gym at their leisure. Relax in the plush guest rooms, watching cable television and taking advantage of the free internet or catch up with work with the help of the onsite business facilities. The staff are more than happy to cater for children during your stay too, with a children’s menu available as well as babysitting services and the use of cots and high chairs. We hope you have a lovely stay in this nice hotel in Tyrrelstown next to Blanchardstown!
Blanchardstown is home to Ireland’s biggest shopping centre, with over 180 shops! Shop to your hearts content at the likes of Pumpkin Patch, Currys, Zara and Diesel and then refuel at one of the 20 restaurants. For rainy days, or evenings why not entertainment yourself and the kids at the 9 screen cinema or to a game of bowling or Quaser in the leisureplex. If you’re keen to stay outdoors as much as possible then Luttrellstown Castle and Golf Course offers spectacular views over the Liffey valley and beautiful gardens and parkland. Enjoy a game of golf and then treat your loved one to a spot of fine dining in the elegant historic castle dating back to the 15th century.
Dublin is now UNESCO city of literature, so as you might expect there are plenty of monuments, museums and places of interest with reference to the literary world. For Joyce aficionados, the James Joyce Museum is a good place to start. Located in one of the Martello towers, the venue is also the setting for the first chapter of Joyce’s classic Ulysses, after he was inspired during a stay there. The museum houses rare editions of Joyce’s works, as well as photos, letters and personal items of this Irish author. If you’re still hungry for more, take a walking audio tour of Joyce’s book Dubliners. As you listen to professionals reenacting parts of the book, you’ll come face to face with the buildings and locations that inspired the characters and scenes.
In the evening, stroll through Temple Bar and pop your head in a few of the traditional Irish pubs. If you’re stuck where to go, join one of the pub crawl tours which beeline for live music venues to add a bit of entertainment to your night.