Butlers Town House Hotel

Address: 44 Lansdowne Rd, Dublin, County Dublin, 4, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Ballsbridge area of Dublin, is near The Irish House Party, National Print Museum, Irish Rugby Football Union, and The Design Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Dublin

    Familiar Dublin

    A travel blog entry by dannyandkaren on Sep 18, 2014

    17 photos

    ... 17 September

    Went to Phoenix Park and then headed to the antique quarter where the shops had lots of very high end items with high prices.














    Thursday 18 September

    Walked into the city. Strolled through the Powerscourt arcade with its antique shops selling silver ...

    Day 1 - Dublin

    A travel blog entry by the-kents on Sep 13, 2014

    11 photos

    ... stopped at a classic looking pub on a busy little corner. Being Saturday night quite a few people were out, and there was a soccer game on, but we got lucky and found a table in the back where we could settle in.

    It took a bit more than expected to get us here, but it was well worth it! So far the city is more charming than I ever expected and we are all very excited about hitting the road tomorrow for the start of our coastal exploration. ...

    Exeter, Devon

    A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Sep 08, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... all gone by 1816 and it was empty till they stopped sending the convicts to Australia in 1850 and sent them here instead. Prison still houses 650 or so prisoners, though category C, ones that are not a high escape or security risk, but may be opportunists, whatever that means. The local Council would not give permission to upgrade the security in 2001, so no longer has high security prisoners. Road continued along the open moors at higher altitudes with great views in all ...

    Dublin and The Book of Kells.

    A travel blog entry by narabouts on May 21, 2014

    7 photos

    ... a maze of narrow cobbled streets, leading us down to the River Liffey, which we crossed via the Ha'penny Bridge. Formerly named the Liffey Bridge, it gained its pseudonym as a result of the toll charged to cross it, and the name has stuck! We were getting hungry and therefore decided to avail ourselves of "buy one get one free" main meal in The Shack, which had a deal with the Red Bus Company! We all opted for Irish stew, which contained lots of ...

    FAMILY VISIT!

    A travel blog entry by akreyling on Feb 28, 2014

    25 photos

    ... since being here, which is strange since there is a lot of beef around here. After dinner we called it a night and went back to the hotel to get some rest after the long day.

    Sunday was a busy day, kinda. We got up, walked around Trinity College, all the buildings are so old and have good architecture. After that we got on the hop on hop off bus and it was raining a little bit. We made our way to the Kilmainham Jail for a tour. We had a long wait outside in the ...