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The Twelfth Lock Hotel

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Castleknock Marina, Castleknock, Dublin 15, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
T: +353(0)18607400
F: +353(0)18607401
E: info@twelfthlock.com

The Twelfth Lock is a ten bedroom boutique hotel, a pioneering example of European café and hotel culture in Ireland. This cosmopolitan space is positioned in a unique environment at Castleknock Marina on the banks of the Royal Canal in Dublin City.

The award-winning Twelfth Lock is a pioneering example of European café and hotel culture in Ireland, inspired by the hotels, café's and bars of Paris and Amsterdam. A cosmopolitan space positioned in a unique environment at Castleknock Marina on the banks of the Royal Canal. The Twelfth Lock is a feast for the senses, a feel good place.

The Twelfth Lock Hotel boasts all executive bedrooms. Each of the ten rooms are finely finished to provide all the comforts required by business and leisure guests alike. Guest amenities in the rooms which are all ensuite include standard services of mini-bar, tea and coffee making facilities, electronic safety deposit box, iron and ironing board, hair dryer, direct dial phone and television. Wheelchair accessible guest rooms is also available.

Contained within The Twelfth Lock complex, you have the Twelfth Lock Function Room, an intimate space that is ideal for birthdays, leaving parties, company get-together, meeting or small weddings; the Twelfth Lock Bar, a cosmopolitan lounge bar combining Renaissance influence with contemporary design; and the Twelfth Lock Terrace Bar which is a fully heated outdoor area that allows guests to savour the beautiful surrounds while enjoying their food and drinks.

The Twelfth Lock Hotel is a great find for business and tourist travellers alike, boasting a winning combination of quality affordable comfort, combined with a high quality service, all in a tranquil setting. Convenient to Dublin City Centre, Dublin Airport, and to all Corporate Parks around Blanchardstown.

At times it is hard to believe that one is not in a sleepy town on the outskirts of Amsterdam, and actually in Dublin, Ireland.