Clontarf Court Hotel

Address: 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

Luck of Z Irish Mate

A travel blog entry by tague on Dec 30, 2014

1 comment, 30 photos

... didn't really realize that everything everywhere would pretty much be closed, but anyways, we had fun learning to drive on the left side along pretty developed highway, took a tour of a castle built in 1100, avoided the rain by having the best seafood chowder ever at a local pub, and hung out with the locals watching a few Soccer games on New Years Day at a Pub. Kevin of course made sure we were back at the hotel in time to stream the MSU bowl game. We ...

Travel to Ireland

A travel blog entry by ebthor on Oct 02, 2014

11 comments, 40 photos

... after most of the islanders left the islands in 1953. The islanders left the islands because-lack of investment in the island by the Irish government, the last school closed in 1941 and there were only 3 school aged children left on the island, and so many people were immigrating to the US and Australia. On the way back to Dingle we stopped at a small pub for those who wanted, we walked around the town and visited the small church which had lovely stained class windows. Lunch ...

Newgrange

A travel blog entry by shockergram on Sep 01, 2014

3 photos

... 30 minutes north of Dublin.

Newgrange is a massive mound, made with layer upon layer of rocks and dirt, with the top cover with a natural grass. It was a sacred placed where the ancient peoples placed bones and ashes. Around the outside are 97 kerbstones weighing 2 to 5 tones.

The entrance is marked by a huge engraved stone. During the tour you walk into the tomb via a very narrow passage way to a ...

Walking around Dublin

A travel blog entry by psubrat93 on Aug 29, 2014

23 photos

... those old post offices. It has the really high ceilings and just has this feel that I like. I buy my stamps so now I just need post cards.

From the GPO, we walk down O'Connell Street and over the River Liffey. It is unique in that is wider than it is long. We are heading to Trinity College. I know the library houses the Book of Kells, but I hear that it is not much to see because of the crowds and protective glass. Not sure ...

Dublin an amazing entrance to Ireland!

A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jul 11, 2014

2 comments, 31 photos

... about an hour and a half this was getting very annoying. So we stopped at a nearby pub and to have some dinner and then try to catch the bus again. This again proved unfruitful, by this time I was past annoyed and moving onto anger. So we flagged down a cab instead. This was actually our first cab in Europe and our cabby was your typical Irish cabby. Never stopped talking, saying how wonderful and patient Canadians were, sympathizing with our bus issues and generally ...