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Was one of the best place we stayed on our trip the staff was great and so was the food
Gorgeous hotel, great room, very friendly staff. Easy walk to a bus stop to get into downtown Dublin.
Beautiful experience and accommodations.
A true castle experience with modern amenities.
Not in city proper but a beautiful location
Concierge was very helpful Great breakfast Beautiful hotel Nice bed
The view from the room
Lovely short stay
I loved the friendliness of the staff, the excellent food service, the well appointed rooms and the quiet setting.
Beautiful Renovation of Historic Castle
The room was great, and the service was even better. We loved the breakfast buffet!
The most beautiful hotel
What a fantastic hotel. it is truly stunning and has a romantic feel. So much to look at, it has a stylish modern look that works well with the original castle. The furnishings are beautiful and comfortable through out. Take a look on line at the photos and that is exactly what you get. Everything is of a good standard. The food is lovely but breakfast was a pre prepared buffet and not over hot. In that respect quite expensive when not being cooked to order. I would recommend the evening restaurant as the food is of a high standard and the Proseco was one of the nicest I have ever had. However, do keep your wits about you when the bill is presented. Check it carefully as mistakes do happen. The staff are friendly, attentive and work very hard.
one of my party complained the bed in there room needed upgrading.
Amazing hotel, amazong staff.
The atmosphere was great. The hotel staff were amazing. Very helpful and let us check in 4 hours early free of charge, which was awesome after a 7 hour flight. They also ran breakfast a little longer just to accommodate us. And then felt bad for cleaning up around us so they gave us breakfast on the house. I have stayed at many hotels(mostly 4 or 5 star) and this was by far the best experience of them all.
If i have to look for something to complain about. Id say the gym facility, because it didnt have a big range of equipment. But thats just nit picking.
A Unique Fun Place
Everything Decor, music, food
Rated by Conde' Nast as one of the top ten hotels in Ireland, the Clontarf Castle Hotel combines classical architecture with modern amenities. The hotel features an award-winning restaurant and comfortable accommodations.
Residing in an 11th-century castle, the Clontarf Hotel is located a mere 10 minutes from downtown Dublin. There, guests can immerse themselves in the many shops, restaurants, and pubs the area has to offer. The hotel is within walking distance to some of Dublin's most popular sites such as the Royal Dublin Golf Club, The Bram Stoker Dracula Experience, Casino at Marino, Dublin Ferry Port, and St. Anne's Park & Rose Gardens.
Rooms at the hotel vary from contemporary to antique decor. All feature air-conditioning, LCD satellite TVs, free Wi-Fi, pillow-top mattresses, HD IP telephone system with direct dial access, laptop–friendly safes, free mineral water, hairdryer, and tea/coffee makers. 24-hour room service is also available.
For a taste of authentic Irish cuisine, guest will want to visit the hotel's Fahrenheit Grill Restaurant. Featuring grandeur furnishings with stained glass windows, the restaurant is a nod to castles ancient history. For guests looking for more contemporary fare, Indigo Lounge is the place to go. Chic and modern, the longe offers al fresco dining. For travelers who truly want to feel like royalty, the Knights Bar is a must see. This sophisticated bar features a stunning room with classically upholstered booths, open fireplaces, and embellished pitched ceilings.
For guests looking for luxurious accomodations in an authentic castle, Clontarf Castle Hotel is a perfect choice.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
If you’re hoping to explore some of the surrounding region during your stay at the Clontarf Castle Hotel, consider booking a package which will give you access to a complimentary bicycle to use in the city. For guests that are interested in having an afternoon tea, there are offers that will provide you with a glass of prosecco, tea of your choice, and light snacks, such as finger sandwiches.
When you book a wedding package through the Clontarf Castle Hotel, you will be provided with many different amenities, including flower arrangements, a suite for the couple, complimentary parking for all guests, and linens. There are several dining packages that you can choose from, and potential entrees include items such as duck, Irish beef, salmon, and seabass. Extra services can always be added to your package for an additional fee, such as unlimited champagne, chocolate covered strawberries, live music, and centerpieces for the tables.
For guests and companies that will be hosting an event at the Clontarf Castle Hotel, there are several venues that you can choose from, including 8 meeting rooms and a hall. Additionally, the hotel can provide you with display screens, data projectors, and sound systems. An on-site catering team can work with you to design your perfect menu for your meeting or conference, and there is a selection of pre-planned team building exercises that are sure to keep all of your employees entertained.
If you’re hoping to use public transportation to navigate the surrounding region, there is the Clontarf Castle bus stop that is directly in front of the hotel and services line 104. The Blackheath Park stop is a 5m walk from the Clontarf Castle Hotel, and guests can use it to catch the 130 line. A 7m walk from the hotel, the Ashbrook Station Wagon stop services multiple lines, including 29a, 31, 31a, and 32. Local bus fares start at around 2 EUR (approximately 2.5 USD) and vary depending on which bus line you are taking.
When flying into Dublin Airport, the easiest and quickest way to then go to the Clontarf Castle Hotel is by driving, which will take you between 15 to 20m depending on traffic conditions at the time. For those that would like to take a taxi or ridesharing service, a one-way fare will cost you around 28 to 35 EUR (approximately 31 to 40 USD). If you are interested in traveling as affordably as possible, opt to take public transportation instead, such as bus lines 41 and 130 which will take you around 1h to 1h 15m. (Prices checked 30/06/19).
Clontarf Castle Hotel is located at Castle Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 3 in Clontarf - East Wall, 4,3 km from the centre of Dublin. James Joyce Centre is the closest landmark to Clontarf Castle Hotel.
Check-in time is 14:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Clontarf Castle Hotel.
Yes, Clontarf Castle Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Clontarf Castle Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, Clontarf Castle Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Clontarf Castle Hotel is 7,5 km from Dublin. Clontarf Castle Hotel is 111,7 km from Holyhead Anglesey.
No, Clontarf Castle Hotel does not have a pool on-site.