Traditional style hotel in the centre of Dublin - 4 star - Dublin

Traditional style hotel in the centre of Dublin – 4 star – Dublin

Traditional style hotel in the centre of Dublin – 4 star – Dublin

This traditional style hotel in the centre of Dublin is situated just a 30 minute walk away from Connolly Station, making it an ideal option for those travelling by rail and wanting to explore the city centre of this magnificent metropolis at their fingertips. This luxury establishment caters for your every need, with an elegant bar and restaurant, serving buffet breakfast, lunch menu and a la carte dinner. Guest rooms are fully equipped with high speed internet, cable television and an en-suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries and bathtub. Parking is also available for a surcharge. Do not miss out on this exclusive deal!

Fans of Guinness should make sure they find space in their itinerary for a tour of the Guinness Storehouse in the St James’ Gate Brewery. This impressive building has been the home of Ireland’s favourite tipple since 1759 and visitors can now embark on a tour of the seven floors to learn the history of the beverage and the man behind it all, Arthur Guinness. At the end, you can enjoy a complimentary pint of Guinness in the Gravity Bar, which benefits from 360 degree views of the Irish capital. If you’re curious to discover more about the Guinness family, much of their heritage and history can be discovered through other landmarks. Farmleigh House was bought by the great grandson of Arthur Guinness in the 18th century and can now be viewed by the public for free. The highlight is the library’s collection of rare books dating back to the 18th century, which was donated by the Guinness family to the public library of Ireland for everyone to enjoy. For evening entertainment, why not enjoy some food and drink at The Church, the very same place of worship where Arthur Guinness was married in 1761. Of course, it’s no longer a working church now, but retains many of its original features including crypts in the basement.

Ireland is a land of folklore and mystery, so why not indulge your childhood curiosities at the National Leprechaun Museum. Discover more about the Irish’s Celtic heritage and the stories behind pots of gold at the end of the rainbow. With interactive displays, including the Leprechaun experience, you’ll come away captivated and enchanted by Irish fairytales. In the evening, why not board the Hellfire Express as part of Hidden Dublin Walks, and visit some of the city’s most haunted places whilst listening to ghoulish stories and strange goings on. You’ll even enjoy an evening mountain walk with spectacular views of the city whilst the guides give you some history about this spooky mountain range.