You can't find a better place to spend your Halloween and mid-term break than in Dublin city centre. There is so much to see and do from the Bram Stoker Festival
to the GraveDigger Ghost Tour
. Would you believe that Bram Stoker
himself the author of the infamous bestselling novel Dracula
hails from Dublin. Another renowned Halloween tradition is the Jack o' Lantern
which is believed to have originated in Ireland. So enough of the history and on to the CELEBRATIONS and FUN!
The Halloween Parade and Festival starts at 7:00pm where you’ll see an array of outrageous costumes – dragons, ghosts and witches! To top it off there is a spectacular finale of lights and sound.
Celtic Lodge Guesthouse
What better place to experience the life of Bram Stoker and Dracula than here in Dublin at the Bram Stoker Festival
. The festival incorporates performances in unusual spaces and a whole range of film and literary events to whet the appetites of all. Whether you’re a resident vampire or visiting from further afield, the Bram Stoker Festival 2014 has something for everyone in its spooktacular programme of events!
is the perfect location to rest your head after your daily adventure, right in the heart of Dublin city centre.
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Enjoy two nights stay for two guests in a double room with breakfast each morning in the heart of Dublin City Centre. This package also includes a delicious 3 course meal each in the award winning Le Bon Crubeen Restaurant and a complimentary bottle of wine.