Dublin offers plenty of choices for places to stay. From luxurious 5-star treatment, to the personal touch of an intimate boutique. If you’re looking for breathtaking sea views or the calm of the countryside, you will be spoiled for choice with Dublin’s variety of accommodations.
~Food and Drinks in Dublin~
Make sure to discover Dublin’s diverse neighbourhoods, from tranquil suburbs to central areas full of shopping, entertainment and dining options. Dublin has a huge range of options for food and drink.
When it comes to restaurants Dublin has become renowned for having the best in style and flavours. Traditional treats, pub seats and cutting-edge chefs combine to make eating and drinking in Dublin a peak pleasure.
Pub and Nightclub all in One. Dicey’s Garden is undisputedly the most popular venue this side of town. Pub and nightclub all-in-one.
~Shopping, Health & Wellbeing in Dublin~
Make sure to discover Dublin’s diverse neighbourhoods, from tranquil suburbs to central areas full of shopping, entertainment and dining options.
Dublin has independent shops dotted throughout the city, though there are some streets with more shops than others. There are also a number of specialist shops, including jewellers, art galleries, toy stores, antiques dealers and seaside gift shops, as well as countless boutiques.
~Shop I Eat I Stay I See ~
Lavanda offers fresh, seasonal, homemade Modern European dishes with a Mediterranean influence. You will find many vegetarian options on the smart and well thought out menu. We source all our ingredients locally where possible, and prepare them with the utmost love and care.
Dax Restaurant offers unrivalled levels of elegant dining and fine French cuisine in Dublin’s historic Georgian quarter.
Fully-equipped gym with squat racks, machine weights, free weights section, conditioning and cardio equipment, studio that doubles as a ladies only gym and over 30 fitness classes per week.
Welcome to AquaZone, Ireland’s favourite Waterpark and home to the perfect family day out. This indoor waterpark, at the Sport Ireland National Aquatic Centre, Blanchardstown Dublin, is home to 8 rides, slides and experiences, catering for all ages.
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Seven teams will consider themselves winners already, having qualified for the County Senior Football Championship quarter-finals with a game still to play in the group stage of the competition, but the big loser next weekend will be the competition itself. Independent.ie – Independent.ie RSS Feed …
Oil surged at the week’s open as OPEC+ faced a critical decision on production and Europe’s energy crisis worsened dramatically. Independent.ie – Independent.ie RSS Feed …
Kevin McStay has been appointed as the new Mayo football manager in succession to James Horan. Independent.ie – Independent.ie RSS Feed …
An “extremely aggressive” man was arrested for drunkenly kicking the front door of Dublin’s main bus station , a court has heard. Independent.ie – Independent.ie RSS Feed …
Rory McIlroy reportedly cried on his wife’s shoulder as he was driven away from the recording area at the Old Course following his near miss in The Open. Independent.ie – Independent.ie RSS Feed …
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