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Award winning perfectly located Irish Tourist Board approved 3 star B&B over 13 years helping visitors plan their trip.

Capacity: 18
Rates:€ 35 - 49/ person/night incl. breakfast

Hotel George Frederic Handel - Dublin

Welcome to the George Frederic Handel Hotel, the most novel and exciting hotel in Dublin City.

Situated in the heart of the city's vibrant Temple Bar area, with all its bars, cafés, restaurants and galleries, the George Frederic Handel hotel is also within walking distance of many places of cultural interest: Christchurch Cathedreal, Dublin Castle, St., Patrick's Cathedral, Guinness Brewery, Trinity College, the Viking Centre, Dublina and many more.

The hotel offers stylish interiors and modern facilities

Hotel Mespil - Dublin

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at the Mespil hotel, situated in the heart of Georgian Dublin, overlooking the leafy banks of the Grand Canal and just a short walk from St. Stephen's Green.

Designed to meet the needs of both the corporate and leisure traveller with modern, stylish bedrooms, professional friendly personnel and tantalising dishes from the Glaze restaurant...

Best Western Ashling Hotel - Dublin

Conveniently located in the heart of historic Dublin, next the River Liffey across from Heuston railway station, the Best Western Ashling Hotel has a proud reputation of offering a personal service second to none.

Provinding easy access to Dublin's premier attractions, the property is indeed an ideal choice for business and leisure travellers alike as well as a perfect base from which to explore the city centre, the Temple Bar area, the Guinness Brewery and Storehouse, the Phoenix Park and the National Museum of Ireland at Coillins Barracks.

The hotel offers tastefully decorated bedrooms, a fine restaurant, a welcoming bar, a wide range of meeting and banqueting facilities

Hotel Academy - Dublin

The property is centrally located off the city's main thoroughfare, O'Connell St, with the very best of international shopping, galleries, theatres, Trinity College, St. Stephens Green and Temple Bar all in close proximity.

Guestrooms are all comfortable, fully equipped with modern-day facilities and charmingly appointed. The hotel also features a bar, a restaurant as well as extensive meeting rooms, conference and seminar facilities, which can cater from two to fifty delegates

Hotel Uppercross House - Dublin

Ideally located in Rathmines, that is on Dublin's southside, the Uppercross House hotel is a perfect base from which to explore the city centre as its entertainment, shopping and heritage areas are all within short distance. Furthermore, St. Stephen' Green, Fitzwilliam Square and Merrion Square are very close at hand as well.

The property is set in a charming historic building of the 1800's which has recently been restored to its former glory whilst retaining its characteristic flair.

The Uppercross House hotel offers elegant and spacious accommodation, equipped conference facilities, a bar and two restaurants

Hotel Harrington Hall - Dublin

Our hotel has an excellent location, nestled beside St Stephens Green and less than a ten minute walk to the shops, restaurants and pubs of Grafton Street. Plus, we have our own private and secure car park. Take a look at our website, which includes a location page with map and directions, as well as a tourism page detailing the attractions, restaurants, pubs, and shopping within the hotel’s vicinity.

At Harrington Hall we have become renowned for the individual and personalised attention we offer our guests and ensure they have a comfortable and enjoyable stay it its calm and relaxed atmosphere.

Dublin attractions and Dublin sightseeing

The Irish capital Dublin is currently one of the world's hottest destinations in Europe. The city promises a lot of fun. You will be trying to run through the city and tick a very long list of all the things you want to do and see before you visit one of the famous Dublin pubs at dusk.

There is a lot of proper accommodation in Dublin which is an excellent base to explore this vibrant city and the following sights:

1. Visit the Guinness Storehouse. If you are a beer drinker, you have definitely heard the name of Guinness. For the fans it is the most famous and popular beverage on the planet and the Guinness Storehouse is the perfect place for a visit. Here you can experience the whole history of this drink.

A great thing about a visit to the Guinness Storehouse is also that you can drink a pint at the Gravity Bar and the costs are included in the ticket price. It is said that beer tastes better the closer you get to its source and it is difficult to get even closer than this at the Guinness.

2. Visit the Old Jameson Distillery, the otheralcohol-related attraction in Dublin. From the magnificent Irish Whiskey tasting, to a farm visit - you can all do these. The distillery is located in the Bow Street and is definitely worth a visit.

3. Take a look at a performance at the Gaiety Theatre. Anyone who loves theater should absolutely look at a show at the Gaiety Theatre which is the oldest theater in Dublin and is home to several productions, including opera, dance, drama, musicals and even ballet.

4. Travel in Dublin by a ghost bus. Any visitor to Dublin should join such a trip in Dublin Ghost Bus. This is a thematic trip, where you will learn how to shudder in a Gothic-style bus. A guide will tell you scary stories, while the bus rushes through the city and stops at selected places such as cemeteries and other haunted places in Dublin.

5. Take a historic walk through Dublin. A real enriching walk is perfect for understanding the history and culture of the nation.

6. Taste of Hurling. Hurling is one of the most famous sports in Ireland, which also dates back far into the history of the country. Anyone who wants to watch and to understand this unique sport should go to a game to Croke Park Stadium.

7. A Literary Tour by Bus or musical bus. The Dublin's Rock and Roll Writers Bus Tour is another unique tour that gives visitors an impression of the Irish capital's cultural and literary history.

8. The Dublin pub crawl. Temple Bar is Ireland's famous pubs district and a tour of the various pubs and bars is becoming one of the most entertaining one while staying in Dublin.

9. Borrow a bicycle from Phoenix Park. Phoenix Park is one of the biggest parks in Europe and highly recommended if you like riding bikes and discover Dublin's sights on this road.

10. Ordinary sightseeing on a Dublin Bus. If you make an official city sighseeing simply hop on an ordinary normal bus and see what you can not miss in Dublin.

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