We stayed here as a family holiday during the half term october break. We where on a Bed and Breakfast basis. The rooms where modern and very clean. No noise was heard throughout out stay. There was ample parking for many cars and the hotel was very busy towards the later half of the week. We where greeted very well and informed of closures and details of tours.
We had dinner in the pub down stairs 3 times and the food was good. If you order the Ribs to share they really mean to share they are big. We had a walk down to the sea front it took about 10mins. The buses run nearby but we did not use them as we had our car.It took 10 mins to the centre of dublin by car. The hotels wifi worked well both in the room and reception area. Would I stay here again most likely if we come back to Dublin.
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- Celebrate, chill out, or relish in a little of both. Clontarf Castle Hotel in Dublin, Ireland is a perfect blend of a boutique and luxury hotel, 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 5 miles from Dublin Airport, the Clontarf Castle Hotel in Ireland 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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