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Castleknock Hotel and Country Club

Porterstown Road, Castleknock
aaicon Hotel 82 %

This modern hotel is set on a golf course yet it is only 15 minutes from Dublin. The bedrooms are very comfortable, with all the expected modern guest facilities. The spacious public rooms have an airy feel, and some rooms open onto a terrace that overlooks the golf course. The range of food and beverage outlets includes The Park Room, a steak house, a busy all-day brasserie, and The Lime Tree which is open in the evening. Excellent conference and banqueting facilities are available, together with a popular leisure centre. Castleknock Hotel is the AA Hotel of the Year for the Republic of Ireland 2013-2014.

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Tel:01 6406300
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Facilities

  • Parking: 200 open
  • Children welcome
  • Passenger lift
  • Night porter
  • Wi-fi

Leisure facilities

  • Gym
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Golf course
  • Live entertainment
  • Sauna Steam room Children's pool

Bedrooms

  • En-suite rooms: 138
  • Rooms with four-poster beds: 1
  • Rooms for smokers: 5
  • Family rooms: 30
  • Freeview TV available
  • Tea/coffee making
  • Internet connection 
  • No dogs allowed except guide dogs

Directions

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M50 from airport. Exit at junct 6 (signed Navan, Cavan & M3) onto N3, becomes M3. Exit at junct 3. At top of slip road 1st left signed Consilla (R121). At T-junct left. 1km to hotel

Nearest station: Castleknock 

Nearest motorway: M50 

Nearest airport: Dublin

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