Ferryview Guesthouse

Address: 96 Clontarf Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 3, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Fairview area of Dublin, is near Casino Marino, Bank of Ireland, Stena Adventurer, and Dollymount Strand.
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    Leaving Dublin

    A travel blog entry by gez_skip on Mar 02, 2015

    So i wanted to start this blog a few weeks ago, because this isnt the type of trup that you can just get up and go. so i'll use this entry to fill in infomration that we have done so far before leaving, visa's costs, were to stay ect.
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    Final Day

    A travel blog entry by patrick_h on Nov 22, 2014

    3 photos

    Today is our last day and Dublin and Ireland, so we tried to make it an eventful one. We went to the national leprechaun museum where we were given a history lesson on the folklore and legends surrounding all of the Fae - not just leprechauns. I also got to climb on giant the furniture as if I were tiny. We're sharing a room with four guys from England last night ...

    Travel to Ireland

    A travel blog entry by ebthor on Oct 02, 2014

    11 comments, 40 photos

    ... got pics of (Sweet) Molly Malone - the tart with the cart - who sold her wares by day and other things at night!!! Visited an off license (abc store) and purchased Irish cream (Coole Swan) to enjoy. Caught the bus back to the hotel and quickly got ready for dinner and cabaret show at Taylor 3 Rock Pub. Enjoyed salmon and prime rib with a nice soup and salad. Had our first Irish coffee. Musicians, dancers and comedian put on a nice show. Once back at our hotel, we had a ...

    The last of our Irish tales

    A travel blog entry by lyndalandtom on Sep 17, 2014

    16 photos

    ... to keep us well away from the edges. Until the trail reached the nearby farms, that is, where so many tourists' feet had worn new trails right over to the edges. Having learnt a lesson from our driving experience in Galway, we were nervous about the prospect of driving through Limerick as we made our way south, so we bought a good new road map of Ireland. Lyndal spotted a ferry crossing which would cut out Limerick and about three hours of driving. We ...

    New Grange and Knowth

    A travel blog entry by sa.hurley on Jul 26, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... This event lasts for 17 minutes, beginning around 9am. You can go into a lottery to be one of the lucky one to be there. Michelle and Noel have put the name in for the past 20 years with no luck so far. If you are chosen you can bring a friend. But you must remember as with many Irish events that depend upon sunshine, if the skies are overcast, there is not much to be seen. The accuracy of Newgrange as a time-telling device and it is remarkable when ...