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Number 31

31 Leeson Close, Dublin 2, Ireland
4.5
3 reviews

This is a beautiful place to stay – both of the hotel’s two buildings and the outdoor patio area are really nicely presented in a very classy, understated way. If you have an interest in modern design and/or architecture you will definitely enjoy staying here, both for its current presentation and for its history. Number 31 is a boutique-style hotel ...

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  • 61
    0.82 mi

    Samuel Beckett Bridge

    Samuel Beckett Bridge, Dublin, Ireland
    0.82 mi from Number 31
    5
    3 reviews

    The Samuel Beckett Bridge was opened in 2009 & was designed by the world famous Spanish architect, Santiago Calatrava. This harp-like bridge can open at a 90 degrees angle to allow ships to pass, as we witnessed recently at the Tall-Ships festival.

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  • 62
    0.75 mi

    Science Gallery

    Pearse Street
    0.75 mi from Number 31
    5
    1 review

    The Science Gallery hosts exhibitions that function at the intersection between art and science. That's what they say, anyway. Basically, it's a space that takes all the cool parts of science and makes them available for public viewing. I'd imagine they do a lot of field trips. The events are always changing--there's no permanent collection--so you'll never see the same ...

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  • 63
    0.72 mi

    George's Street Arcade

    12–15 Castle Market, Dublin, Ireland
    0.72 mi from Number 31
    4
    2 reviews

    George's Arcade is a treasure trove of small shops & stalls, contained within a red-bricked Victorian style building. Music, Art bohemian clothes, a mish-mash really that is quite popular, with tourists, students and locals. It certainly makes a change from the high street, and has a slightly Camden feel about it.

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  • 64
    0.51 mi

    National Gallery of Ireland

    Merrion Square West, Dublin 2, Ireland
    0.51 mi from Number 31
    4
    2 reviews

    Nice but very limited but then again it is free! The building was rather large but much of it was closed off so there wasn't tons of artworks to see. But it was nice none the less, and more manageable than most art galleries and museums.

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  • 65
    0.82 mi

    777

    7 Castle House, South Great Georges Street
    0.82 mi from Number 31
    5
    1 review

    Amazing food. Even better drinks

  • 66
    0.85 mi

    St. Patrick's Day Parade

    City Centre, starting at Parnell Square, Dublin 1
    0.85 mi from Number 31
    5
    1 review
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  • 67
    0.93 mi

    Abbey Theatre

    O'Connell Bridge House, D'Olier Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
    0.93 mi from Number 31
    5
    1 review

    I had read a NY Times article about how Dublin theatre is just as good, if not better than London theatre, but at a lower price and more intimate feel. Was astonished and exuberant to find out that Alan Rickman, Lindsey Duncan and Fiona Shaw were all performing together in an Ibsen play while I was in town. The price ...

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  • 68
    0.52 mi

    National Library of Ireland

    Kildare Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
    0.52 mi from Number 31
    5
    1 review

    The library provide a valuable resource for family research. It also has quite a substantial photograph collection & the staff here are extremely helpful.

  • 69
    0.72 mi

    The Grand Canal Theatre

    Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin 2
    0.72 mi from Number 31
    5
    1 review

    The theater is the newest arrival on the 'arts scene' in Dublin, having just opened in March 2010. Everyone knows the Abbey Theatre, but if you want to get out and explore someplace new, try catching a performance here. They have an extensive lineup of performers and shows already scheduled.

  • 70
    0.93 mi

    Giddy Goats Tours Ireland

    1 Hainault Drive Foxrock Dublin 18
    0.93 mi from Number 31
    5
    1 review

    Hi I'm James and I run a small adventure tour company in Ireland here's a little bit about it. Giddy Goats Tours gets you to some of the most beautiful locations of the "Emerald Isle" while immersing yourself in Irish culture (history, music, pubs, sporting events, scenery & local people). The tours focus on being flexible, great fun and outdoor ...

  • 71
    0.59 mi

    Swenys Pharmacy

    1 Lincoln Place, Dublin, Ireland
    0.59 mi from Number 31
    5
    1 review

    Sweny's Pharmacy as featured in James Joyce's Ulysses. It is still maintained and preserved as it was in Joyce's time, by an array of volunteers. You can even buy the famous lemony soap. Here you can stop by for daily readings, of some of Joyce's writings.

  • 72
    1.0 mi

    Christ Church Cathedral

    Christchurch Pl, Dublin 8, Ireland
    1.0 mi from Number 31
    5
    1 review

    Spectacular Cathedral, situated within the old city walls.

  • 73
    0.88 mi

    Herbert Park

    Ireland
    0.88 mi from Number 31
    5
    1 review

    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 ...

  • 74
    0.93 mi

    Monkstown Beach

    Monkstown
    0.93 mi from Number 31
    5
    1 review

    A trip on the Dart will take you to Seapoint or Monkstown for a taste of sea air. To the north of the tower you can swim at high tide. The beach is flat and shallow. To the south of the tower, it is still shallow but unless it is low tide, you must take care because there are rocks. ...

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  • 75
    0.8 mi

    Marsh's Library

    St Patrick’s Close, just behind St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland
    0.8 mi from Number 31
    5
    1 review

    This was the library in Dublin I wanted to see the most as I love old books. It's tiny and full of supremely old books of every shape and size. When I visited they had an exhibit of books detailing maps and stories from when America was just being explored. The staff were even more delightful - completely willing to ...

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  • 76
    0.78 mi

    4 Lombard St E

    4 Lombard St E, Dublin 2, Ireland
    0.78 mi from Number 31
    5
    1 review

    Rent Guarantee Ltd As a landlord or property owner, the prospect of managing your own property lets can be a time consuming and difficult process; however should you decide to appoint an agent to deal with matters on your behalf then making the decision of who to trust with your rental agreements can be just as difficult. 4 Lombard Street ...

  • 77
    0.66 mi

    Brown Thomas Dublin

    88 Grafton Street Dublin 2, Ireland
    0.66 mi from Number 31
    4
    1 review

    This is a high-end department store. I tend to bypass the tempting array of goodies, bags, cosmetics etc. on the ground floor and head straight up to the third floor to the 'shop within a shop' for my Nespresso capsules. The kitchen department on this floor sells lots of designer equipment at designer prices.

  • 78
    0.65 mi

    Marks & Spencer

    20 Grafton Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
    0.65 mi from Number 31
    4
    1 review
  • 79
    0.58 mi

    Gaiety Theatre

    42–55 King Street South, Dublin, Ireland
    0.58 mi from Number 31
    4
    1 review

    Since opening in 1871 this fine Theatre has been entertaining Dubliners & tourists from the far flung corners of the Globe. Drama, Dance, Ballet, Opera & musicals have all graced the illustrious stage. Riverdance has been a staple fixture here for the past nine summers.

  • 80
    0.84 mi

    Saint Patrick's Park

    John's Lane East, Dublin, Ireland
    0.84 mi from Number 31
    4
    1 review

    Right behind the Saint Patrick's Cathedral is a beautiful park which unlike the Cathedral itself is free for all to enjoy! I recommend stopping in at the cafe "Bite of Life" right next to the park to grab a drink, snack or lunch and have a picnic in the park. Very nice!

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