Dublin City

Visit Ireland’s capital

Visit Dublin City

And stay in charming Dún Laoghaire

Dublin city centre is easily reached by car, bus, Luas or DART from Rochestown Lodge Hotel. Our nearest bus stop is right outside to door with direct routes to Dublin City or take the scenic DART line.

Temple Bar

No visit to Dublin would be complete without stopping by the iconic Temple Bar. Grab a drink or dinner in one of the many traditional Irish pubs. Enjoy live music, clubs, buskers and explore the trendy and unique shops. Next to Temple bar you will find Dame Street and George Street, even more streets known for their trendy restaurants and bars.

Guinness Storehouse

The Guinness Storehouse is a must for anyone visiting Dublin. Continuously voted one of the Dublin’s best attractions it won’t take long to see why. The Guinness Storehouse takes you through the iconic and fascinating history of the nation’s famous stout. Take a guided tour or explore at your own pace, at the end of each visit enjoy a complimentary pint of the Black Stuff in the gravity bar with magnificent views of Dublin City.

Trinity College & Book of Kells

Trinity College was founded in 1529 by Queen Elizabeth and was modelled on the English Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. Located in the middle of the city centre a short walk from Grafton Street – the campus provides an escape from the busy city surrounding it. Still a university today the college campus also holds a visitor centre, home to the ancient Book of Kells. This unique book is unparalleled and no matter the time of year the beautiful details on each page will leave you in awe. The Book of Kells is kept in the long room at trinity Library – a stunning building that is worth visiting on its own and has been featured in many movies and TV shows.

Dublin Castle

Directly across from Temple Bar on Dame Street, you will find Dublin Castle. This 13th-century castle stands on the same site as Celtic and Viking fortresses. The area around the castle has been added to over the centuries

Much added to over the centuries the present castle is an assortment of many different architectural styles.

We highly recommend visiting the treasures of the Chester Beatty Library on the grounds, previously voted the number one museum in Europe.

National Gallery of Ireland

In the central location of Merrion Square, you will find The National Gallery of Ireland. The National Gallery carries an inspiring range of fine art from as early as the thirteenth century with some notable works from Rembrandt van Rijn, Pablo Picasso, Yeats and Edgar Degas to name a few. Entry to the permanent collection is free and throughout the year the Gallery hosts travelling exhibitions at an additional cost.

Jameson Old Distillery

On Bow Street, you can explore the Old Jameson Distillery, the original distillery of the Jameson whiskey. Here on your tour, you can uncover the secrets of the perfect whiskey. The distillery also boasts a wonderful view of Dublin city and offers the option of whiskey tasting as part of your tour.

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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).

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Dublin Airport will take roughly 40 minutes to our hotel via car. You can also take Route 703 Aircoach to the Monkstown stop and a 10-minute taxi to our front door.