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  • Butlers Chocolate Experience
    Etihad Skyline Croke Park Stadium Rooftop Tour Fishing Golf Horse and Carriage Tour of Dublin Horse Riding Hugh Lane Art workshop Kids Club Indoor Karting Jump Zone Kayaking and Rafting Lambert Puppet Theatre River Liffey Cruise Sea Safari Stroll around St Stephens Green Tayto Park The Ark The Castle Hotel The Chocolate Warehouse The Dublin Ghost Bus Tour The National Aquatic Centre The National SEA LIFE Centre The Pipers Parlour Tour Dublin on a Segway Traditional Story Telling Bus Victoria s Way Viking Dublin at Dublinia Viking Splash Tour Visit Dublin Coastlines Home Dublin Guide Attraction Details Unknown Next Butlers Chocolate Experience Ever wondered what really goes on behind the doors of a working chocolate factory Would you like to discover where Butlers chocolate comes from and how it is made Then Butlers Chocolate Experience is for you Butlers Chocolate was founded by Marion Butler and first opened its doors in Dublin s Lad Lane in 1932 Marion named her luxurious chocolate creations Chez Nous Chocolates Making these chocolates by hand she went on to establish her own company in the heart of Georgian Dublin Business kept growing for Marion until 1959 when the company was bought over by Seamus Sorensen from Cork To this day the company is still owned by Seamus and the Sorensen family Butlers was originally only a chocolate factory whereas now it is one of Dublin s most popular tourist attractions as it has become one of the top Must Do s in Dublin Located in Dublin 17 the factory is open to give everyone the opportunity to experience the great wonder of where chocolate comes from and how it s made What you can do at the Butlers Chocolate experience Watch the Butlers Chocolate Movie Wander around the Butlers Chocolate Museum Follow the chocolate

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  • Canal Boat Restaurant
    0 1 2 3 Check Availability Jeanie Johnson Dublin Attractions Museums Galleries Things To Do Dublin Events Dublin Top 10 Travel Tips Maps Castle Hotel Events Attraction Details Butlers Chocolate Experience Canal Boat Restaurant Day Tours Dublin Markets Dublin Road Train Tour Etihad Skyline Croke Park Stadium Rooftop Tour Fishing Golf Horse and Carriage Tour of Dublin Horse Riding Hugh Lane Art workshop Kids Club Indoor Karting Jump Zone Kayaking and Rafting Lambert Puppet Theatre River Liffey Cruise Sea Safari Stroll around St Stephens Green Tayto Park The Ark The Castle Hotel The Chocolate Warehouse The Dublin Ghost Bus Tour The National Aquatic Centre The National SEA LIFE Centre The Pipers Parlour Tour Dublin on a Segway Traditional Story Telling Bus Victoria s Way Viking Dublin at Dublinia Viking Splash Tour Visit Dublin Coastlines Home Dublin Guide Attraction Details Unknown Previous Next Canal Boat Restaurant Why not Experience fine dining in style whilst cruising the Grand Canal on the Canal Boat Restaurant The new replica Guinness Canal Barge MV Cadhla gently meanders along a beautiful stretch of Dublin s Grand Canal from Charlemont place by Mespil Road to the Grand Canal theatre and passes through five locks along the way Sit back and relax with a pre dinner drink and enjoy a delicious 3 course meal in a fresh environment with this unique and interesting experience The boat features a large wheelhouse which will save you from the rain and allow you to enjoy your meal without getting cold or wet You now have the perfect excuse to take time out and enjoy this unique experience with your family and friends Location The cruise runs for three days from 2 different locations Thursdays Cruise leaves from Mespil Road at 21 00 and arrives at Grand Canal Theatre at 23 00

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  • Day Tours
    the unique landmark You then head to Doolin village for lunch but if the weather permits you may stay on the cliffs for lunch After lunch you have a small trek around the Burren and view 20th century Corcomroe Abbey You then travel through Galway bay on your way back to Dublin with a photo stop in Dunguaire castle in Kinvara This tour departs at 6 50am from Suffolk St tourist office the old stone church D2 and arrives back in Dublin at 19 30pm Tickets cost 45 00 or 40 00 for OPA or Students For a more details on the tour or to book tickets please call 353863169788 Blarney Cork City and Cashel Includes Blarney castle and woollen mills Cork city the rock of Cashel According to the legend whoever kisses the Blarney stone is gifted with eloquence and persuasiveness On the tour you visit the blarney castle famous for the blarney stone and woollen mills You will have some time to explore Cork city while having some lunch in the afternoon You will then visit the Rock of Cashel the seat of the archbishop of the diocese of Cashel it contains amazing architecture history and Romanesque art This tour departs at 6 50am from Suffolk St tourist office the old stone church D2 and arrives back in Dublin at 19 00pm Tickets cost 55 per person or 50 for an OAP or student For more details on the tour or to book tickets please call 353863169788 Giants Causeway Includes Giants Causeway Belfast Carrick a rede rope bridge Ballintoy harbour Portbradden and white park bay You will stop off in Belfast city for a coffee before before starting your journey on the coastal road Past through quaint villages on the famous causeway road until you arrive at the renowned Carrick a Rede rope bridge As you cross over enjoy the picturesque views of the mull of Kintyre in Scotland See what Paul Mc Cartney of the Beatles seen when he wrote a song about in 1977 After building up an appetite you will then have lunch in Ballintoy you will spend some time here exploring the town After lunch you make your way to the famous causeway taking in views of the famous Dunluce featured in the chronicles of Narnia You will then make your way back to the visitor centre where you will return to Belfast city where you will have some time out here to explore The tour departs at 6 30am from Suffolk St tourist office the old church and arrives back in Dublin at 20 00pm Tickets cost 65 per person and 60 for a student For more details on the tour or to book tickets please call 353 1 4100700 353 864076985 Wicklow and Glendalough The tour starts off in the beautiful Glencree Valley where you will enjoy beautiful scenery and breath taken views then you will pass through the famous film location for Braveheart and P S I love you high up

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  • Dublin Markets
    open every day from 9am 6 30pm Mon Sat except Thursday when it is open until 9pm Sunday 12 noon 6 30pm From The Castle Hotel this market is a 20 minute walk or you can catch the number 16 13 and 122 all from O Connell Street which is a 5 minute walk from the hotel Merrion Square Market If you are interested in art like one off pieces this could be the market for you It is Dublin s only free open air art exhibition You will get to meet the artist who will talk a bit about the paintings whether it s a contemporary piece or a more traditional painting The artists change so there is always something new on display This exhibition is open every Saturday Sunday from 10am 6pm Merrion Square is located on the south side of the city is reachable by taking the bus number 7 4 from O Connell Street which is a 5 minute walk from The Castle Hotel Blackrock Market Situated on Main Street in Blackrock Co Dublin is an indoor market selling an arrange of different items It s a real an Aladdin s cave for unusual items collectables Porcelain jewellery glass crystals wooden products are just a few things to mention on sale in this magnificent market For those who love reminiscing why not take a look in Collectors Corner or have a look at old bank noted medals sports memorabilia that is also on show here The Market is open on Saturdays from 11am 5 30pm Sundays Bank Holiday Mondays 12 noon 5 30pm The best way to get to the market is by taking the DART train to Blackrock the market is only a 5 minute walk from here The nearest DART Station to The Castle Hotel is Connolly Station which is approx a 15 minute walk from the hotel Antique Quarter Francis Street Francis Street is becoming well known as being Dublin s Antique Arts Quarter It has a reputation as being the centre of quality furniture trader s expertise Not only are antiques found here but it is also home to a sewing room where you can purchase knitting essentials get tips on how to customise clothing There are a few great shops here where you can pick up something special or an original gift To get to Francis Street you can take the number 13 or 123 bus from O Connell Street which is only a 5 minute walk from The Castle Hotel Moore Street just off Henry Street If you are looking for something that is traditionally Dublin then look no further that Moore Street Here you will hear the typical banter that goes on between store holders locals Fruit fish flowers are mainly sold here There are also a few international eateries serving food from around the world If you re early enough you may see the deliveries coming in by horse cart Moore Street is located within a 5 minute

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  • Dublin Road Train Tour
    Dublin Attractions Museums Galleries Things To Do Dublin Events Dublin Top 10 Travel Tips Maps Castle Hotel Events Attraction Details Butlers Chocolate Experience Canal Boat Restaurant Day Tours Dublin Markets Dublin Road Train Tour Etihad Skyline Croke Park Stadium Rooftop Tour Fishing Golf Horse and Carriage Tour of Dublin Horse Riding Hugh Lane Art workshop Kids Club Indoor Karting Jump Zone Kayaking and Rafting Lambert Puppet Theatre River Liffey Cruise Sea Safari Stroll around St Stephens Green Tayto Park The Ark The Castle Hotel The Chocolate Warehouse The Dublin Ghost Bus Tour The National Aquatic Centre The National SEA LIFE Centre The Pipers Parlour Tour Dublin on a Segway Traditional Story Telling Bus Victoria s Way Viking Dublin at Dublinia Viking Splash Tour Visit Dublin Coastlines Home Dublin Guide Attraction Details Unknown Previous Next Dublin Road Train Tour The Road Train departs from Leinster House and The National Gallery on Merrion Square and the tour consists of a 1 hour journey around Dublin City Centre and includes some of Dublin s most historic and finest sights The Dublin Road Train Tour will take you along the Georgian Mile Government Buildings The National Gallery The Guinness Storehouse and many more fine City Centre attractions and landmarks You can stop at the Guinness Storehouse and take a tour to discover exactly what is behind the making of the popular Irish Stout and at the end of your tour around the building pour yourself your own pint and relax in the Gravity Bar Dublin Road Train Tour Ticket does not include entry to the Guinness Storehouse When you are done you can join the next Train Tour that comes along and continue on your journey The Road Train will also bring you through the Viking Settlement of Dublin past Christchurch Cathedral down the

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  • Etihad Skyline - Croke Park Stadium Rooftop Tour
    1 2 3 4 Children 0 16 0 1 2 3 Check Availability Jeanie Johnson Dublin Attractions Museums Galleries Things To Do Dublin Events Dublin Top 10 Travel Tips Maps Castle Hotel Events Attraction Details Butlers Chocolate Experience Canal Boat Restaurant Day Tours Dublin Markets Dublin Road Train Tour Etihad Skyline Croke Park Stadium Rooftop Tour Fishing Golf Horse and Carriage Tour of Dublin Horse Riding Hugh Lane Art workshop Kids Club Indoor Karting Jump Zone Kayaking and Rafting Lambert Puppet Theatre River Liffey Cruise Sea Safari Stroll around St Stephens Green Tayto Park The Ark The Castle Hotel The Chocolate Warehouse The Dublin Ghost Bus Tour The National Aquatic Centre The National SEA LIFE Centre The Pipers Parlour Tour Dublin on a Segway Traditional Story Telling Bus Victoria s Way Viking Dublin at Dublinia Viking Splash Tour Visit Dublin Coastlines Home Dublin Guide Attraction Details Unknown Previous Next Etihad Skyline Croke Park Stadium Rooftop Tour Enjoy some of the best views of Dublin from the rooftop of Croke Park Stadium Visitors will be led by an experienced tour guide up to a walkway which is 44 metres above ground level following the roofline of the Croke Park Stadium There you can take in breath taking views of Dublin City framed by the Dublin Mountains Stopping at five different viewing platforms each with a different vista your audio guide will include information along with historical facts and some amusing anecdotes on some of Dublin s most famous landmarks including The Spire Aviva Stadium Guinness Storehouse and Kilmainham Gaol The bravest visitors can go one step further literally walk out on a specially designed walkway which is suspended above the stadium pitch The Etihad Skyline is definitely one of the most dramatic visitor attractions to be launched in Dublin in recent

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  • Fishing
    Details Unknown Previous Next Fishing Fishing is a very popular activity for the whole family to enjoy and the coast of Dublin offer some great fishing Howth Dun Loughaire Skerries Malahide Dollymount Strand and Balbriggan are all within easy distance of Dublin City Centre and offer great fishing Small boats can be launched on request for those who wish to fish mid sea Fishing over seas you can catch Pallack Coalfish Wrasse and the occasional ling whereas fishing on sand or mixed ground will give you the opportunity to catch Spurdog Ray Conger Dogfish Codling and Whiting Balbriggan and Skerries are great shore angling locations At Balbriggan pier over sand at high water there is fishing for mackerel and flatfish in season Bait such as ragworm and lugworm can be collected in Skerries at the west of the pier Skerries have a popular boat angling centre for during the summer months with the Skerries Islands and Rockabill being easily reached Malahide is a shore angling venue located under the railway viaduct A huge pool was formed where mullet flounder and eels can be caught and the occasional bass and sea trout Up at The Green On Strand Road boats can also be launched this type of boat fishing offshore is for cod ray whiting tope coalfish mackerel and plaice Malahide is also prime bait location as it has lugworm ragworm mussel clams and cockles Howth has the option of pier rock and boat fishing The best way to reach Howth is by DART At Howth Harbour at the east of the pier Whiting Pollack Coalfish and Codling can be found during summer and autumn months Small boats can be chartered for the Harbour which will take you to go fishing around Ireland s Eye To the east of the harbour

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  • Golf
    1 2 3 4 Children 0 16 0 1 2 3 Check Availability Jeanie Johnson Dublin Attractions Museums Galleries Things To Do Dublin Events Dublin Top 10 Travel Tips Maps Castle Hotel Events Attraction Details Butlers Chocolate Experience Canal Boat Restaurant Day Tours Dublin Markets Dublin Road Train Tour Etihad Skyline Croke Park Stadium Rooftop Tour Fishing Golf Horse and Carriage Tour of Dublin Horse Riding Hugh Lane Art workshop Kids Club Indoor Karting Jump Zone Kayaking and Rafting Lambert Puppet Theatre River Liffey Cruise Sea Safari Stroll around St Stephens Green Tayto Park The Ark The Castle Hotel The Chocolate Warehouse The Dublin Ghost Bus Tour The National Aquatic Centre The National SEA LIFE Centre The Pipers Parlour Tour Dublin on a Segway Traditional Story Telling Bus Victoria s Way Viking Dublin at Dublinia Viking Splash Tour Visit Dublin Coastlines Home Dublin Guide Attraction Details Unknown Previous Next Golf There are many outdoor activities to enjoy whilst you are in the Dublin area Golf is one of them Want to relax on your holiday with a round or two of Golf then Dublin is the place to be it is one of the finest places to play golf in Europe We have 5 of the top 10 courses in Ireland 3 of them are only around an hour s drive from the city centre Royal Dublin Golf Club Bull Island Dollymount Dublin 3 This golf course is the most convenient for travellers who do not wish to travel far from the city centre This golf course is only a 15 minute taxi drive away The Royal Dublin Golf Club is often compared to St Andrews Golf Course in Scotland This golf course is 100 years old with a 73 par course St Margarets Golf Course Skephubble St Margaret s

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