The Glen Guesthouse

Address: 84 Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the North Inner City area of Dublin, is near Dublin City Tour, Abbey Theatre, O'Connell Street, and Definitive Dublin Walking Tour.
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    Travel Blogs from Dublin

    A Weekend in the City

    A travel blog entry by mspayne on Apr 18, 2015

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... the south side of the city. It's called Ha'penny Bridge because way back in the day there was a toll to cross the bridge and it was Half a Penny = Ha'Penny if you say it really fast! :)  Then I walked over on O'Connell Street, which is a major street. If I stayed up on the north side of O'Connell Street I would have saw the old Post Office building which was the site of the Easter Rising of 1916, which is like Ireland's Independence Day from England. There were ...

    Dublin (17/12)

    A travel blog entry by the_wes on Dec 17, 2014

    53 photos

    ... the hotel bar, and the food was good. Colleen had mussels and I had a Guinness pie, plus another pint of Guinness. I should be all Guinnessed out by tomorrow night. Was nice to have a chilled night, with Paris a few days away, giving us some well deserved resting time. Well the next day, a few more sites to see in Dublin. Then catching up with David and Alan fro, work. David flys into Dublin at like 6.30pm, so will be interest to see how he copes on the ...

    Starting with the night before

    A travel blog entry by ginni53 on Sep 09, 2014

    43 photos

    ... have occupied Ireland for 700 years. The actual castle burned in the late 1700s - yes it was all stone and mortar on the outside with 8' thick walls, but the inside was all wood. The current castle is a lovely stately building built in the 1800s. It was home of the Viceroy of Ireland until independence was achieved. Now the President of Ireland uses it for State occasions - so it's kind of like the ...

    Dublin

    A travel blog entry by hfs on Jul 18, 2014

    3 comments, 4 photos

    Today ,on a fine sunny morning, we had a tour,just 8 of us on the Food Tour, walking through Dublin and visiting very interesting, varied ,places .
    Our drive in, well narrated, by a lovely Irish woman,[who as Sam said was like your friend taking you for a drive]...as of course history is Ireland.much to tell,.along the Liffy,on which we are berthed,which had it's historic sights, an ancient sailing vessel, the Heather James, which took the people to Canada, during the Famine, ...

    The Emerald Isle

    A travel blog entry by foys_on_tour on May 20, 2014

    42 photos

    ... chapel at the top where purportedly Saint Patrick stayed and fasted for 40 days in the fifth century. It is also now the site of the national famine memorial. From Croagh Patrick we drove to Castlebar to meet one of my cousins on my dad's side - Brendan - and paid a visit to my dad's childhood home in Belcarra - a place I had been to many times as a kid but only once in the past twenty odd years. The next day we continued our trip down memory lane with a visit to Athlone - where I ...