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Located in the heart of Ireland's beautiful historic capital, the Conrad Dublin sits opposite the gardens of St. Stephen's Green and overlooks the majestic National Concert Hall.
From chauffeur driven limousines to 50-seater coaches, O'Connor Coaches fleet can match your every need. All vehicles are of the highest specification and are fitted with luxurious extras such as DVD screens. O'Connor Coaches is a fully operated licenced company and is also fully insured.
Sir Dominic Corrigan was a physician specialising in diseases of the aorta. He is famous for discovering 'Corrigans Disease', 'Corrigans Pulse' and 'Corrigans Button'. There is a statue of him in the Great Hall, Royal College of Physicians.
The National Transport Museum, in Howth County Dublin, was established by the Transport Museum Society of Ireland, this collection is Ireland’s only comprehensive assembly of public and commercial road transport.
Gilbert & Wright Dun Laoghaire is a new addition to social scene and one which has taken this vibrant seaside town by storm.
A relaxed ambience, friendly staff and a menu offering excellent value, Cafe Cairo ticks all the boxes!
Personal guided tours, packed with stories you won’t find anywhere else, when you download one of our audio tours. Meet the loneliest male in the world. Discover fossils on the streets of Dublin. Follow in the footsteps of the high kings at Tara.
Dunne and Crescenzi is a restaurant located in Dublin city centre. It provides breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, in addition to serving award-winning coffee all day.
Carroll's Irish Gifts is a retail chain that stocks leading Irish brands and a wide range of souvenirs. Stores are located in Dublin, Cork and Belfast.
Attractive semi-detached two bedroom house set on a family run tillage farm in North County Dublin. The property is located only 20 minutes from the centre of Dublin City and 10 minutes from Dublin Airport.
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€100 Per Night
280.00 pp half board, includes all trips etc
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