This hotel has a lovely, relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere. The building itself is actually a large house in one of Dublin’s more prestigious inner suburbs and the owners live in the house with their kid. As you might expect, the bedrooms are more homey and less hotel-y than in a purpose-built hotel. There’s a fairly large garden at the back of ...
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A good assortment of shops, pubs and restaurants with a further group about half a mile further down the road into the centre. Three shops are notable, Donnybrook Fair, a gourmet food shop, Molloy's for fresh fish and Fox's for fruit and vegetables.
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Quite place for walking. There are a good toilet facilities and cafe's and restaurant in the Sandyford village. It is only 5 minutes from the beach.Popular withOutdoor
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A lovely 32 acre park, there to be enjoyed, winter and summer. It stretches from Donnybrook to Ballsbridge lying between Clyde Road and Anglesea Road As well as a big duck pond there are acres of field areas where you play frisbee or kick a ball about, lawned areas with pretty flower beds, a rose garden as well as tennis ...
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The rating is for the train service and the wonderful places it can take you! Trains north into town and to Malahide and Howth. Trains south to many stations including, Blackrock, Seapoint, Salthill & Monkstown, Dun Laoghaire, Sandycove, Dalkey, Killiney, Bray and Greystones. You can link up with the mainline trains at Bray to continue on to Arklow, Gorey and ...
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The Headquarters of the National Broadcasting company of Radio Telefs ireann. Tickets are available for some live shows if you apply well ahead.
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Not to be a kill joy but there are lots of other proper Irish pubs in Dublin than the clap happy tripe that passes for Ireland in this place - shop around! Try the trad session in Cassidy's pub on Camden St on a Sunday evening if you're looking for somewhere with a genuine appreciation for Irish music.Popular withLocalNightlifeFoodies
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The Book of Kells is a magnificent illuminated manuscript that contains the four gospels of the new testament. It was created by Celtic monks around the year 800 A.D. A page is turned daily so even if you've visited the book multiple times there's always a new page to look at and it's well worth looking at as the art ...Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
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We enjoyed our trip to the Old Jameson Distillery. It was an informative tour and we also enjoyed our whiskey tasting. If you can only go to one "beverage" tour I think I would pick the St. James Gate (Guinness) tour over there Jameson tour.... perhaps that's because I'm more of a Guinness man.Popular withLocalHistoryFoodies
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As the oldest pub in Dublin it was on the must see list. We stopped by on the way back across the Bridge Street bridge from our trip to the Jameson Distillery. Loved all the little nooks and meeting rooms. The food hit the spot but on just one visit I can't say the meal was memorable. I'd recommend checking ...Popular withHistoryLocalFoodies