Travelodge Phoenix Park

Address: N3 Navan Road, Castleknock, County Dublin, 15, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on N3 Navan Road, Castleknock, is near Phoenix Park, Áras an Uachtaráin (The Irish White House), Luttrellstown Castle Golf, and Dunsink Observatory.
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      TripAdvisor Reviews Travelodge Phoenix Park Castleknock

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Castleknock

      The dreary weather can't dampen our spirits!

      A travel blog entry by islehighschool on Mar 29, 2014

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      Day #2 in Dublin ....

      A little rain this morning but that can't dampen our experience! We started out the day meeting our local tour guide Jerry and taking a bus tour around Dublin city. We saw the Guinness Brewery, Phoenix Park and St. Patrick's Cathedral. We were dropped for a tour of Trinity College Library and the Book of Kell''s. What …


      A travel blog entry by jrl3710 on Jul 05, 2014

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      ... a couple from Canada. We explored the temple bar area, and I introduced them to Irish car bombs:) Hostels are a very good way to travel for cheap when couch surfing isn't an option. For that $15, I got two breakfasts (including coffee), wifi, luggage storage, a bed, a shower, a common room where they showed the games, and good company. And I was in walking distance to everything. I was able to see the Dublin castle, trinity college, temple bar, grafton street, ...

      Ireland, day two

      A travel blog entry by golfchick0112 on Apr 21, 2014

      ... the culture of Irish music. It's all very interesting to know how it has maintained its character over so many centuries and changes in popular music. They are very proud of their heritage and music is a big part of it. They even sang a lovely song in Gaelic, their native language that school kids still learn today! But as we went along, the songs (and the musicians) got funnier and funnier! And no, that wasn't just the Guinness talking. The songs were more like stories. And all ...

      Dublin city exploring

      A travel blog entry by angesnowdon on Jan 10, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... is an extensive library of old Irish books, especially to do with music. We then walked down the street to the Dublin Castle where we went on a guided tour and learnt about the history of Ireland and the English rule. It started to rain as we made our way back to the Tara train station. We went out for dinner with john and his family and his sister Siobhan. It was a nice Italian place a little walk down the ...

      Irish livin'

      A travel blog entry by paigeapp on Oct 31, 2013

      ... goes there almost everyday to do this. After the park we decided to find a nice pub to have a bit of food before we continued the day. I ordered the seafood chowder because of course Ireland is known for it's seafood, more specifically their cod fish. After we ate some delicious food we went to the national wax museum. Because I had been to Madame Tussaud's in London, this museum was slightly mediocre but still good fun. It had figures such as; Michael ...