With an illustrious history and a young at heart attitude, Dublin is a dynamic cultural hub with much history and so much to discover. From the literary heritage of Oscar Wilde to The National Gallery which is home to extensive collections of European and Irish Art or just enjoying the plentiful nightlife of Temple Bar.
A visit to the Guiness Storehouse is a must on any visit to Dublin. Relive the dramatic history of Guiness that stretches back over 250 years, the tour ends at The Gravity Bar where you can enjoy a pint whilst enjoying the spectacular Dublin skyline.
Stay for 3 Nights at the Arlington O'Connell Bridge, Bed & Breakfast on selected dates between 20 May - 30 June from just £199.
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Arlington O'Connell Bridge Hotel is a 3 star hotel set in the very heart of Dublin City. It sits along the River Liffey, within easy reach of all the local amenities. Local attractions include the Gate, Croke Park and Temple bar are all within easy reach of the hotel. Temple Bar is home to a wide selection of bars with live bands and restaurants to enjoy. Superbly located hotel ideal for those wanting to discover the sights of Dublin City Centre. Facilities on offer to guests include a reception area, laundry service, lounge area, Sinatra's Lounge Restaurant (Dublins most finest restaurant) and Knights Bar serving an Irish breakfast and snacks daily as well as drinks. Arlington Hotel offers guests 131 rooms including Twin, Double, Triple, Family and Deluxe Rooms. All are equipped with a bathroom with a bath/shower, hairdryer, king size bed, tea/coffee making facilities, trouser press/iron, desk, telephone, TV and Wi-Fi access.
Dublin is the capital of Ireland, situated near the midpoint of Ireland's East Coast at the mouth of the River Liffey. Dublin was founded as a Viking settlement in the 9th century and evolved into the Kingdom of Dublin becoming the principal city following the Norman Invasion. The city is among the top 30 cities in the world. The Liffey divides the city in 2, the Northside seen as the working class side and the Southside seen as the middle to upper class side. One of the oldest monuments in Dublin is Dublin Castle and the newest being the Spire of Dublin, officially titled the ‘Monument of Light’. The Spire of Dublin is located in O’Connell Street and replaces Nelson’s Pillar. Other fantastic sights to visit whilst in Dublin include the Ha’penny bridge which is an old iron footbridge over the River Liffey. It is one of the most photographed sights in Dublin. Trinity College, Dublin is popular with tourists to see the Book of Kells in the library. Molly Malone Statue, Christ Church Cathedral, The Custom House, Mansion House, St Patricks Cathedral, Poolbeg Towers and the infamous Guinness factory are all a must see. At the top of the Guinness factory enjoy the 360 degrees panoramic views of Dublin City Centre. The University of Dublin is the oldest university in Dublin and dates back to the 16th century.
If it’s a vibrant night-life you’re after then Dublin is the place to be. It is known as one of Europe's most youthful cites and is popular with both hen and stag parties. The centre has a wide choice of pubs, most are located in and around Grafton Street, Wexford Street and Leeson Street. Temple Bar is best known for its night-life and can be found South of the River Liffey. Live music is very popular and is played both on the streets and in the pubs. Dublin is a popular shopping destination with numerous shopping districts and large department stores. these can be found along Grafton Street and Henry Street. Along these streets you will find a wide variety of shops including some top brand stores as well as markets, department stores and street performers to entertain you.