Myself and my husband where given an overnight stay at the hotel as a Christmas present. I found the room small but nice. We had wanted to walk to Clontarf for a meal but found it too far away to walk. We decided to have our meal in the Hotel. We decided on bar food. We didn't enjoy the food. We had ribs which where just fat and greasy. We then had fish and chips which we didn't enjoy. We asked at reception was there any music and was told no there would be no music that night. We had decided to go else where for a drink when we saw a band setting up and was told by the bar staff that there was music every Saturday night. The band where good and the bar staff friendly. Our stay was nice but wouldn't be rushing to go again or recommend it to friends.
- Also Known As:
- Clontarf Castle
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Clontarf Castle Hotel in Dublin Ireland is a perfect blend of boutique and luxury, providing unique style and exceptional service in comfortable surroundings. This unique luxury hotel in Dublin is well thought out from the guests' point of view by providing a modern aesthetic built around an ancient form. Located just 10 minutes from the heart of Dublin City Centre and 2 miles from Dublin Airport, Clontarf Castle Hotel is an oasis, tucked away in a tranquil setting, surrounded by fabulous golf courses and the sounds of lapping waters from the Irish Sea. ... more less
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