Dublin For 1 Day: Sample 1
Start your morning off with a beautiful Breakfast from the Celtic Lodge.
Head to Trinity College just a 5 minutes walk from our Guest House and visit the main attraction "Book Of Kells"
From there have a wonder around St. Stephens Green Public Park which opened in 1880, which is also right next to Grafton Street, to do some Shopping.
While you are over that direction why not have a spot of Lunch in the Temple Bar area, there is lots of places to choose from.
If you have time head to both (or one) of the most famous attractions
- Old Jameson Distillery
- Guinness Store House
Allow yourself at least 2hrs at each location (both are not far from each other ) You can choose to walk or get the bus.
After you have finished head to Le Bon Crubeen for some amazing Food and relax after an eventful day. Right next door you will find the Celt Bar. You can enjoy Live Music from the bar every night.
Dublin For 1 Day : Sample 2
Start your morning off with a beautiful Breakfast form the Celtic Lodge.
Make your way to O'Connell Street and get the 46a Bus and head to one of Europe's Largest Parks "Pheunix Park". Home of the President Of Ireland (Aras Au Uachtarain)
Fantastic scenery and fantastic for a walk around. Also home to Dublin Zoo.
If you don't feel like heading into the Zoo make your way back into the City Centre. Head to Connolly Station and get the Dart to Howth. Visit Howth Head , Howth Castle and Baily Lighthouse,Island Ferries. Have a spot of Lunch while your there (they have some great Fish&Chip shops)
On your way home get off the Dart at Tara Street Station and walk back to the Guest House stopping off to visit the Famine Memorial and Custom House. (also the area does be lite up at night from the buildings and looks fantastic)
After you have finished head to Le Bon Crubeen for some amazing Food and relax after an eventful day. Right next door you will find the Celt Bar. You can unwind and enjoy Live Music from the bar every night.
Celtic Lodge Guesthouse
81-82 Talbot Street,
North City Centre,
+353 (0) 1 878 8810