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Local Attractions

Whether you are interested in culture, the arts, history or the outdoors, our location means you are close to all the main sights and places of interest.

Marley Park: For large events in Marley Park the hotel organises a shuttle bus to and from the concerts. The hotel is located 2 minutes from the M50 junction 14. We have a secure underground car park and complimentary Wi Fi throughout. We also have 24 hour reception so there are no worries about returning late!

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The Guinness Storehouse is located at St. James Gate Brewery in Dublin City. The storehouse has an impressive 7 floors filled with interactive experiences. Starting from the bottom you have the brewing story and Guinness retail store.
Imagionosity offers Ireland its one and only interactive children’s museum for the under 9’s and is dedicated to children’s success. It is located a 10 minute drive from the hotel and can be easily reached by car or a 20 minute walk
Powerscourt Originally a castle in the 13th century, it was altered in the 18th Century by a German architect. It was renovated in 1996 and has become a popular tourist attraction. It has a superb golfing range, scrumptious dining in the Avoca restaurant, spectacular views of their very own waterfall and for those little adults,
Dublin Zoo is 1 of Europe’s most impressive zoo’s that is situated in the Phoenix Park near the city centre. It is one of the world’s oldest zoos with up to 400 exotic animals homed in a safe environment from all over the world including the artic, the plains of Africa and Indian rainforests
Phoenix Park Visitor Centre offers visitors historical interpretations of the park dating back to 3,500 BC, whilst also learning about the wildlife it holds. It offers visitors free self-guided tours of various wildlife that the park houses.
National Aquatic Centre offers fun for all the family and is one of the most modern in-door water parks in Europe. The Centre was developed by the Irish Government to be a national centre for all aquatic sports in Ireland.
Old Jameson Distillery come and see the Old Jameson Distillery as it is one of the most popular attractions in Dublin City Centre. Old Jameson Distillery is one of Ireland’s oldest and most iconic distillers. Its famous Jameson whiskey is renowned worldwide and has put Dublin on the centre stage for whiskey production
St. Patrick’s Cathedral is the largest cathedral in Ireland and is 1 of Dublin’s main attraction points. It is the national cathedral of Ireland and is located in the city centre on Saint Patrick’s Close, near Dame Street.
Christ Church Dublin is the oldest building in Medieval Dublin dating back to 1030 AD. It was founded by King Sitriuc.

 

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