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Seaview Holiday Apartments
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Ferryman Hotel
"Good Points: The building is old and tired but is full of Character. The Staff are excellant and very friendly. A good breakfast and plenty of it. Bad Points: Redevelopment of ..." More

Fitzwilliam Townhouse
"We found the Fitzwilliam Townhouse listed on the internet and we were very pleased with it, as it has a really good location in Dublin, near Trinity College where I ..." More

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Dublin is one of the fastest-growing cities in Europe, and one of the most popular with visitors. It has become a favourite location for stag and hen weekends, with much revelling taking place around the cobbled streets of Temple Bar - a young, exciting, arty area filled with pubs, nightspots, restaurants, shops and venues dedicated to film, theatre, music, photography and other visual arts. Dublin effortlessly combines this youthful exuberance with the grandeur of its Georgian architecture and historic buildings. It's easy to travel around on foot, from sophisticated department stores to museums and ancient churches, from bridges over the River Liffey (which divides Dublin into north and south sides) to beautiful parks and gardens. St Stephen's Green, famous for its duck pond, is linked to the imposing Trinity College by Grafton Street, a lively pedestrian thoroughfare bustling with shoppers, buskers and people stopping off for coffee or a leisurely pint in the side-street bars, many once frequented by the legendary writers of Irish literature, poetry and plays. It's impossible to be bored in Dublin, where leading visitor attractions include Dublin Castle, the Viking Adventure interactive experience, the Phoenix Park zoo, and tours of the Guinness Brewery and The Old Jameson Distillery.


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Travelodge Dublin Airport Ballymun *book online*
Travelodge Dublin City Centre Rathmines *book online*
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Jacobs Inn Hostel
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Ferryman Hotel
Leeson Inn Downtown


Brownes Brasserie
Chapter One
Clarence Hotel
Hibernian Hotel
Les Freres Jacques
One Pico Restaurant

Patrick Guilbaud
The Halo Restaurant at The Morrison Hotel
The Shelbourne
The Tea Rooms at the Clarence


Latchfords of Baggot Street
Premier Suites Dublin
Premier Suites Dublin, Stephens Hall4 stars
Seaview Holiday Apartments
Shelbourne Park Apartments
St.Augustine Apartments


Forbidden Planet
Miss Selfridge
Harvey Nichols

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Blackthorn Farm (65.76 miles)

Blackthorn Farm

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Blackthorn farm is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, and most rooms have fantastic views. We are minutes from the ferry terminal in Holyhead for sailings to Ireland. ... More

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Boathouse Hotel (66.13 miles)

Boathouse Hotel

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Just 4 minutes from Holyhead's ferry port and with fabulous views overlooking the marina, the Boathouse Hotel offers en suite accommodation, fresh food, a bar and free parking. On the edge of ... More

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Witchingham B&B (66.58 miles)

Witchingham B&B
The Witchingham is located close to Holyhead Port (with ferries departing daily to Dunlaoghaire -Stena Line and Dublin -Irish Ferries) and close to Holyhead Railway Station. Both can be accessed by foot over the Celtic ... More | visit website
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Wavecrest (66.71 miles)


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Ideally located 100 yards from the beach yet just only 3 minutes from the ferry/rail terminal and 2 minutes walk into the town centre for pubs and eating places. All rooms at ... More

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Holyhead Lodge (66.72 miles)

Holyhead Lodge
The Holyhead Lodge is located just a 5-minute walk from Holyhead Station and 1-mile from the beach. Lodges include a kitchenette, living area with flat-screen TV and free parking. Kitchens at the lodge include a microwave, ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Holyhead (66.84 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Trearddur Bay Hotel (67.40 miles)

Trearddur Bay Hotel
The hotel has the immediate advantage of a magnificent location, with 36 bedrooms and friendly, efficient staff. It is a hotel with a distinct character and wide appeal where each guest receives the best ... More | visit website
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Sunnyside Holiday Cottage (69.07 miles)

Sunnyside Holiday Cottage

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Sunnyside provides excellent accommodation on 2/3 floors for familes and groups wishing to stay in the popular village of Four Mile Bridge, near Trearddur Bay and Rhoscolyn and their sandy ... More

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Salem Fach (70.60 miles)

Salem Fach

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Commanding panoramic countryside views, this charming and very comfortable cottage is perfectly located for exploring the delightful island of Anglesey, with its beautiful sandy beaches, historic monuments ... More

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Hotel Cymyran (70.74 miles)

Hotel Cymyran

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Enjoying spectacular views of the Snowdonia mountain range, this family-run hotel offers a warm welcome on the west coast of Anglesey, just minutes away from the beach. During your stay, the team ... More

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