Luttrellstown Castle & Golf Club offers an exceptional golfing experience, not only because its unique historic setting has been preserved and protected for generations, but also because we are on the doorstep of Dublin's city centre.
10.4km from O'Connell Bridge
Malahide Castle Visitor Centre
Irish Centre for Cycling is a dedicated professional cycle service that specialises in providing Cycle Hire, Cycle Tourism, Cycle Training, and quality equipment. Delivering more of a cycling experience than simply a bike rental business.
13.1km from O'Connell Bridge
37 Parliment Street, Temple Bar
Café Topolis is a traditional Italian restaurant with a wood fired pizza oven. Located in the heart of Dublin city centre on Parliament street, Café Topolis serves a large range of pasta and pizza dishes, salads, meat and fish dishes.
0km from O'Connell Bridge
28 South Anne Street
La Cave Wine Bar & Restaurant, located on South Anne St, is Dublin city's oldest wine bar. Relax in a cosmopolitan and vibrant atmosphere and enjoy excellent gourmet French cuisine at an affordable price.
0.6km from O'Connell Bridge
226 Collins Avenue West, Whitehall
A warm Irish welcome awaits in a perfectly located Irish Tourism Development Authority approved luxurious B&B, which is half way between Dublin Airport and Dublin city centre (8 minutes from both).
4.6km from O'Connell Bridge
146 Pembroke Road
Ballsbridge Hotel is one of Dublin’s most renowned city hotels. The hotel has 410 guest rooms equipped with everything you need for your stay.
2.6km from O'Connell Bridge
Carneigie Court Hotel is a 3 Star Fáilte Ireland registered hotel in North Street, Swords, County Dublin.
13.6km from O'Connell Bridge
Central Park, Leopardstown Road
Clayton Hotel Leopardstown is a three-star hotel located in South County Dublin, not far from the LUAS Green Line. The hotel allows for easy access to Dublin City centre and Dublin Airport.
9.1km from O'Connell Bridge
Bang Restaurant, 11 Merrion Row
Bang Restaurant, situated in the city centre near St. Stephen's Green, serves quality food at affordable prices, in a relaxed and informal setting.
1.1km from O'Connell Bridge
Internationally renowned for its contemporary art programme, The Douglas Hyde Gallery in Dublin focuses on art that has been marginalised or overlooked.
0.7km from O'Connell Bridge
Old Harcourt Station, Harcourt Street
POD nightclub first opened in 1993 in the vaults of the old historic Railway Station on Harcourt Street. It has been providing quality clubbing in a variety of guises for over 10 years.
1.2km from O'Connell Bridge
61 Mountjoy Street
Dublin International Hostel is open all year with free breakfast in the Church Restaurant, free wifi and 24 hour reception. Free secure parking is available; the hostel is well located and is only a short walk to the famous O,Connell Street.
1.3km from O'Connell Bridge
32 Annesley Park, Ranelagh
Colette’s B&B is a warm, comfortable refurbished Victorian home in the charming Ranelagh area just outside Dublin city centre.
2.8km from O'Connell Bridge
302 Clontarf Road
Substantial Victorian-style home with views across Dublin Bay. Close to City, Airport, Ferry, Croke Park stadium, rail and Bus service. Ideal area for walks, jogging or cycling. Restaurants, parks, beach, shopping are all within walking distance.
5.8km from O'Connell Bridge
1-5 Harcourt Street
The O'Callaghan Stephen's Green is a stylish boutique hotel that sits in the heart of Dublin City Centre. The four-star hotel combines two restored Georgian houses with a modern glass atrium, making it a wonderful choice for a city break.
0.8km from O'Connell Bridge
Main Street, Malahide
Silks Chinese Restaurant located in Malahide is the largest in Chinese Restaurant in North Dublin.
14.1km from O'Connell Bridge
This friendly pub is located at Leopardstown Racecourse. A perfect place for a pint after the race.
10.6km from O'Connell Bridge
Tourist Office Dublin, 33 Bachelor's Walk
A one day tour to the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare located on Ireland’s wild rugged Atlantic coast. The tour which takes in the beauty of Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way also stops in Galway city described by the writer W.B Yeats as “The Venice of the West”.
10-11 Townsend Street
The Long Stone pub is a family owned and run pub stepped in history, and is situated in Dublin City Centre on Townsend Street.
The National Archives of Ireland in Dublin city, County Dublin is the largest and most important institution in the Republic of Ireland with responsibility for the preservation and public availability of archives.
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