Dublin City

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Celtic Lodge

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Address

81/82 Talbot Street, Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Ms Anne Heaslip
T: +353(0)18788732
F: +353(0)18788698
E: info@celticlodge.ie

The Celtic Lodge guesthouse is two-star Failte Ireland approved, located in the heart of Dublin City, within an easy five minute walk from Connolly Train Station and Bus Aras bus station, and only 20 minutes from Dublin Airport.

Situated in the city centre, the Celtic Lodge guesthouse is within walking distance to all amenities including the central bus station and Connolly train station. Temple Bar, Trinity College, Dublin Castle, Cathedrals and a number of theatres are within a stone’s throw.
The Celtic Lodge guesthouse is complete with 29 superbly appointed bedrooms which are equipped with every modern convenience to satisfy even the most discerning guest. The ensuite rooms include cable television, hairdryer, tea- and coffee-making facilities and 24 hour reception. Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access is available for guests.

The guesthouse, recently restored, has been tastefully decorated. Warm heritage colours flow through the house from room to room offering guests a warm welcome. The Celtic Lodge pride themselves on cleanliness, huge full Irish breakfast and friendly helpful staff. The guesthouse has been recently refurbished throughout using warm heritage colours and luxury fabrics. We pride ourselves on our high standards of cleanliness, warm welcome and helpful friendly staff and not to forget our full Irish breakfast. We can also organise day trips and advise on places to visit and eat.

Celtic Lodge offers all guests free airport transfers from Dublin Airport to the guesthouse and returning to Dublin Airport.

Dublin City itself is filled with culture and learning, with lots to do within easy walking distance. It is rich in historic sites, theatres, museums, music and comedy venues, restaurants, including their own award winning restaurant Le Bon Crubeen.

Le Bon Crubeen Restaurant was a winner in 2010 and shortlisted as finalist in 2012 of the Irish Restaurant Awards Best Casual Dining Restaurant and winner of Best Value Restaurant in the Dubliner Top 100 restaurants in 2012. Le Bon Crubeen's brassiere menu delivers a realistic, consistent grass-roots experience sourcing ingredients from the very finest Irish producers delivering quality and value for money. Dinner in Le Bon Crubeen can be followed with a pint in the award winning traditional Irish pub, The Celt Bar, which with its friendly atmosphere and nightly live traditional Irish music sessions is a must after a day out.