Clontarf Court Hotel

225 Clontarf Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 3, Ireland | 1 star hotel
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Location

This 1 star hotel, located in the Fairview area of Dublin, is near Bank of Ireland, Stena Adventurer, Royal Dublin Golf Club, and Dollymount Strand.
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Travel Blogs from Dublin

A pint of highlights in the U.K and Ireland

A travel blog entry by amy_h on Jul 17, 2014

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... The canal connects the waterway between the English and Wales border and runs over a huge valley below. A water bridge is definitely something you don't see everyday! In Wales we also had to do the typical U.K thing and visit a few castles. Caernarfon castle was right on the shoreline and is remarkably still intact. Climbing through the tiny, steep and uneven staircases it becomes hard to believe these amazing buildings were constructed thousands of years ago without any ...

Dr Who & journey to Dublin

A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 09, 2014

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... the kids were disappointed...still don't know why. Our bus is nearby to take us back to the city centre. We alight at the stop near to our hotel. We have an early dinner at a restaurant nearby and grab some snacks at the supermarket next door. Then it's off to the hotel to collect our luggage before walking to the bus station to catch the bus to the airport.

At the airport, we wait for the check in desk to open. Once it does we drop our bags, go to security and on to ...

Guinness, Jameson and ... Jail

A travel blog entry by sarahs-trips on Feb 24, 2014

1 comment, 55 photos

... was from the 1780s - 1920s. During the famine and revolutions, many people were incarcerated. Dinner that night was at a small local pub. Huge bowl of lamb stew and onion rings - yum!

Our last day in Dublin landed on a Sunday. Nominating it a relaxing day, Naomi headed off to church and I walked around the own a little. Meeting up later, we went for a traditional Irish breakfast - sausage, blood puddings, ...

One Last Hurrah in Dublin

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Dec 27, 2013

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... kind of style. One guy was playing a cajon, which gave it a very cool sound. We watched them and sang along a bit until we'd finished our drink then headed off back to the Old Storehouse where a duo were doing more pop style covers. We only had enough money left for a half pint which was disappointingly small. I don't know how we're gonna go back to pots when we get home! We watched the band play there for a little while before we headed home. We had a cuppa and a chat with ...

Dublin

A travel blog entry by docdavid on Sep 20, 2013

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... thousands and thousands of rare manuscripts and other items. It is absolutely priceless.

I also saw the statues which commemorate the Great Famine. These are very moving, and portray a sense of absolute suffering. Surrounded by city buildings, they keep a modern city in touch with its not too distant past. Adjacent to the statues is a restored ship that was used to transport emigrants from Ireland to the USA in the mid 1800s. ...