Situated within beautiful grounds, this historic five star Secret Hotel is just a few miles outside of Dublin, giving you the opportunity to enjoy some peace and tranquility with the action at arms length. Guest rooms are traditionally decorated, in keeping with the property, with all the luxurious finishings the discerning traveller has come to expect. With spacious connecting rooms, ideal for families, cable television and free high speed internet access there are also a range of leisure facilities onsite to keep you occupied. Work out in the fitness center, relax with a massage or unleash your competitive side with a game of snooker and in the evenings, you can sample delicious dishes in the elegant Italian restaurant. With free parking and brilliant connections to Dublin, this deluxe hotel is sure to make your stay unforgettable. We hope you enjoy your stay in a fine luxurious hotel close to Dublin.
Whiskey fans will be in their element in Dublin, and a trip to one of the distilleries is a must for couples or groups of friends. The Old Jameson Distillery is found in Smithfield, Dublin and offers a range of whiskey inspired events that make a fun day out. A tour of this famous distillery will take you back to the 18th century when John Jameson first started this famous tipple. There will also be a short whiskey tasting session before you finish at the Jameson Discovery Bar to receive your complimentary glass of Jameson whiskey with your mixer. Look out for the Irish nights on selected days, where you can combine the tour with dinner and a live show.
If you’re visiting during the racing season, then spend the day at Leopardstown Racecourse, hosting both Flat and National Hunt horse racing. It’s a chance to get dressed up and hedge your bets on some of the top performing horses and jockeys in the world whilst enjoying the bustling ambiance of this popular sport. There’ll be plenty of opportunity for a pint of Guinness or two and some tasty food from the likes of Fillies Bar and Restaurant as well as stands selling the latest in equestrienne fashion.
For those visiting with children, Dublin offers plenty of options to keep your little ones entertained. Dublin Zoo is of course a popular destination for families. It is one of the world’s oldest zoos, first opening in 1831 and today features a wealth of exotic and rare animals in its 28 hectares of beautiful habitats. Watch the hippos play in water, check out the cheeky monkeys and get up close to dangerous reptiles and beautifully coloured birds as you learn fascinating facts about their diets, behaviour and the conservation projects in place to protect and look after them.