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Ardagh House

1 Highfield Road, Rathgar, Dublin 6

Ardagh House is an early 19th-century house with modern additions, and stands in a premier residential area on the outskirts of the city close to local restaurants and pubs. It retains many original features and has a relaxing lounge that overlooks a delightful garden. There is an attractive dining room where hearty breakfasts are served at individual tables. The comfortable bedrooms vary in size. Ample off-street parking is available.

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Ashling Hotel

Parkgate Street
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Situated on the banks of the River Liffey close to the city centre, railway station and law courts, this hotel is on the tram route and just a five-minute walk from Phoenix Park. The property is appointed to a high standard in a contemporary style. The bedrooms are comfortably furnished; the newer ones are more spacious. Food is available in the Iveagh Bar throughout the day and a popular carvery is served at lunchtime; Chesterfield's Brasserie offers a carte in the evening. Staff are very friendly and service is attentive and professional. Secure multi-storey parking is available.

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Cassidys Hotel

6 Cavendish Row, Parnell Square. Dublin 1
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This long established family-run hotel is located at the northern end of O'Connell Street, in a terrace of red-brick Georgian townhouses, directly opposite the famed Gate Theatre. The warm and welcoming atmosphere created by the hospitable team in Groome’s Bar and Bistro adds to the traditional atmosphere, where an all-day menu is served, together with a pre-theatre offering. Bedrooms are individually styled and well appointed; many have air conditioning, with executive rooms in a modern block to the side. A residents' gym, conference facilities and limited parking are all available.

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Charleville Lodge Guest House

268-272 North Circular Road, Phibsborough.

Situated close to the city centre near Phoenix Park, this elegant terrace of Victorian houses provides accommodation of a high standard. The two interconnecting lounges are welcoming, and the smart dining room offers a choice of breakfasts. Bedrooms are very comfortable with pleasant decor, and there is a secure car park.

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Citywest Hotel Dublin

Citywest Hotel Saggart, Co. Dublin
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Set among some 240 Acres along the N7 (exit 3 a) Citywest Hotel is Irelands largest hotel. That said, the personable service emanating from so many of the team, ensures that guests are well cared for. There is a range of spacious room types, many recently refurbished to a high standard. There are a number of dining options on the campus, The Woodlock Brasserie opens three times a day, with more casual all day dining in Swifts bars and the Lobby, and an Asian fusion offer in a nearby building. Meeting and event spaces can cater for high-end board meetings up to conventions of four thousand delegates. The well-equipped leisure facilities are available to resident guests

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Clontarf Castle Hotel

Castle Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 3
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Dating back to the 12th century, this castle retains many historic architectural features which have been combined with contemporary styling in the well-equipped bedrooms. Public areas offer relaxing lounges and galleries, where an eclectic collection of art work installations and wall art are a feature. Award winning cuisine is served at dinner in Fahrenheit Restaurant, with interesting options in a gastropub style in Knights Bar throughout the day and a lunchtime offering in the Indigo Lounge. The Great Hall is a versatile venue for banqueting and conferences, very popular for family occasions.

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Crowne Plaza Dublin Northwood Hotel

Northwood Park, Santry Demesne, Santry
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Located within minutes of Dublin Airport, and served by a complimentary shuttle service, this modern hotel is located in Northwood Park, and benefits from an idyllic location overlooking 85 acres of mature woodlands of the former Santry Demesne. Bedrooms come in a variety of styles, and each is comfortable and well appointed. Guests in executive rooms have the use of a lounge facility where light breakfast and refreshments are served. The hotel offers a range of dining options, fusion dining in Touzai, all day dining in Cinnabar and a lobby café. There are extensive conference and event rooms at this property, together with a secure multi-storey car park. Guests also have use of an unsupervised gymnasium.

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Crowne Plaza Hotel Dublin Blanchardstown

The Blanchardstown Centre, Dublin
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This landmark building is on the doorstep of a wide range of shops in Blanchardstown, north west of the city. Bedrooms are stylishly decorated with generously sized beds and well-appointed en suites. The Sanctuary Bar serves an international range of informal dishes from lunchtime through to the evening, with Italian specialities (pasta dishes and pizzas) served in the evenings. The award winning Forchetta Restaurant serves breakfast and an Italian inspired menu during the evenings. There is a floor of dedicated boardrooms and meeting facilities, together with banqueting rooms. Secure underground parking is complimentary to resident guests.

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Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel

Killiney, Co. Dublin
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This family-owned and operated 18th-century castle is situated in lovely gardens with mature trees and spectacular views over Dublin Bay. The original castle rooms are appointed to a high standard and have four-poster beds, while the rooms in modern wings are spacious, some with balconies. Spacious lounges are comfortably furnished, with extensive leisure and events spaces. The Grill at the Castle is a warm and relaxing evening dining venue, very popular with the local population for early evening dining and family celebrations. The original dungeon makes for an atmospheric pre dinner location, or perhaps a nightcap. The Lobby lounge serves afternoon tea and informal meals during the day.Spacious car parking, with a coach service direct to the airport available

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