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Fitzwilliam Townhouse
41 Upper Fitzwilliam Street
Dublin
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How would you like to enjoy a relaxing holiday in the heart of Dublin City?From the moment you arrive in our friendly & relaxing 3 star Guest House, you will be greeted by our professional staff who will strive to meet your every need with the utmost of attention to detail, ensuring you have a comfortable and carefree stay in Ireland's capital city. We now have FREE WiFi in all rooms and public areas.● When you stay at the Fitzwilliam Guest House you can enjoy one of the best locations in Dublin City, just a stones throw from St. Stephen's Green and you can enjoy the surroundings of this spacious Georgian Building dating back to the mid-1700's.● When you stay at the Fitzwilliam youŽll be just a 5 minutes walk from: - ● St. Stephenґs Green ● Merrion Square ● Leinster House ● Goverment Buildings ● National Concert Hall ● National Art Galleries ● Grafton Street Shopping Area and Trinity College and a 15 minute walk from Temple Bar, Dublin Castle & O'Connell Bridge.●Please advise us if your arrival time will be later than 10:00pm to ensure that reception is open for your arrival. Once you have checked in you receive a key to the front door. ● Breakfast is available in 'Puffer Bellies Restaurant' on our lower ground floor 8:00am to 10:00am

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