A seaside resort
Discover Dún Laoghaire
Dún Laoghaire was founded in 1816 in order to allow a major port for Dublin. Today the town is known as a beautiful seaside resort popular with locals and visitors. Dún Laoghaire town centre and seafront is less than 10 minutes drive from our hotel or a short trip on the bus.
James Joyce Tower & Museum
We highly recommend a visit to this Joycean tribute located in a stunning 19th-century Martello Tower. The tower showcases personal letters, photographs & possessions of James Joyce and is known as the location in the opening chapter of ‘Ulysses’. The tower was also said to be the authors home for one week until he had a falling out with Oliver St Gogarty who was also living there.
The Oratory of the Sacred Heart
Commissioned after the end of War World I as tribute to those who died, the oratory was beautifully decorated by Sister Concepta Lynch. Within the chapel you will find beautiful and vibrant Celtic motifs and stained-glass windows.
National Maritime Museum
Located in an old church originally built in 1987 specifically for sea faring folk, this museum is now fully converted. This remarkable building still maintains it’s traditional looks on the outside including the stained glass windows but boasts a modern museum inside. You’ll find a wide range of nautical relics on site such as a working lighthouse optic, original uniforms and a huge range of maritime artifacts. The museum also hosts exhibitions dedicated to famous sailors and explores throughout the years.
Make sure you check out what’s on at the Pavilion Theatre. This spot is host to major events, shows and festivals and is the centre of arts & culture in Dún Laoghaire.
Things to do
Irish National Sailing Club
Fancy trying a bit of sailing? The Irish National Sailing Club offer taster courses for those who want to experience sailing for the first time.
Dublin Bay Cruises
Why not experience Dublin in an entirely different way and hop aboard Dublin Bay Cruises for a trip to the city centre or to another spectacular sea side town. Trips are available to Howth, Dalkey Island, and Dublin city. Cruises are available for advance booking online.
Harbour Splash, in Irelands first inflatable aqua park in Dún Laoghaire Harbour. It features a water obstacle course which includes trampolines, climbing frames, slides, monkey bars and much more, its great fun for all ages and skill levels. Guests of the Hotel receive a 15% discount, bookings can be made on their website or book over the phone on 01-5240602. The park is open until the end of September.
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What time is check in and out?
Your room is available for check-in from 2 pm and check-out time is before 12 noon. If you are arriving early or would like a later checkout time, please contact us (additional charges may apply).
What is the cancellation policy?
The cancellation policy will depend on the rate plan you have booked, details can be found on our cancellation policy page or on your confirmation email.
What dining options are available at the hotel?
7am – 10am Monday to Friday
7am – 11am Saturday and Sunday
Lunch in the Lodge Bar:
12am – 3pm Monday to Saturday
7 days a week in The Restaurant
5.30pm – 9.15pm Monday to Saturday
12 noon to 9.30pm on Sundays
See full details here.
Is the hotel wheelchair accessible?
All public areas including reception, bar, restaurant, and meeting rooms are accessible. We have 3 accessible bedrooms.
Does my stay have access to the leisure centre?
Yes, every guest can enjoy complimentary access to all of our leisure facilities, including our swimming pool and fully equipped gym.