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THE HIGHLIGHTS
A gorgeous boutique hotel in a Victorian residence not far from the city centre, with a fun and quirky design theme.

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THE LOCATION

You're on a quiet-tree lined street away from the buzz and noise of the city centre - although it's within walking distance. This Victorian townhouse is set amongst other Georgian and Victorian buildings.

It's around a 15-minute walk from Grafton Street and 20 minutes from Trinity College.

By plane: Manchester, Birmingham or London to Dublin takes around an hour, after which, it's a 30-minute drive to the hotel. Free on-site parking available. Book flights to Dublin.

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CHARACTER & STYLE

This old redbrick Victorian building has been lovingly converted into a boutique hotel. Expect original features (decorative fireplaces, sash windows and high ceilings) along with exposed brick walls with wooden panels and richly patterned wallpaper. Every detail has been thought of and you can see the love that has gone into the design.

THE FACILITIES

Facilities include a small bar and lounge and a conservatory opening out to a terrace - great for warmer weather. While there is no formal restaurant, a light bites menu is available. A great choice of cocktails, gins and teas are available on the bar menu.

  • Bar
  • Dining room
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

Rooms

Rooms range in size from the cosy Shoebox to the Suite with its separate seating area. All rooms are bright and have original features such as high ceilings and sash windows. Modern bathrooms are well equipped.

Room types: Shoebox, Small, Popular, Townhouse Deluxe, Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, bottled water, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The light bites menu consists of soup and sandwiches, charcuterie boards and salmon plates. As its name suggests, the Gin and Tea Rooms specialises in gins (with a selection of Irish and European gins) and a range of teas. We loved the breakfast - a colourful central display in the conservatory.

The Garden Room: daily breakfast buffet and hot food to order, served daily (hours vary).

The Gin & Tea Rooms: cosy lounge, serving afternoon tea, light bites and craft gins. Open daily, 12-10pm.

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