162 Accommodation, 78 Events , 953 Things to do
Country and manor houses, castles and restaurants.
Independent Holiday Hostels of Ireland markets over 100 holiday hostels in Ireland.
An Óige, the Irish Youth Hostel Association.
The 1916 Rising was the most dramatic event in the history of Ireland's struggle for independence. Authors and historians will walk you to the sites of the Rising explaining the events of the revolutionary period.
A dedicated multi-lingual team with a wealth of knowledge and ideas about Ireland. Personal service is very high on their list of proprieties.
Anglers Rest is an award winning, seafood, bar and restaurant, located in the heart of the country and yet only a 15 minute drive from the city centre beside the River Liffey and the Phoenix Park. There is music and entertainment seven nights a week
Located in the heart of Dublin City, Arnotts is Ireland’s oldest department store as well as one of its largest. In addition to housing clothing, accessories and homewares, Arnotts is also home to four restaurants.
A busy year-round language school teaching English as a foreign language. We offer a range of courses - short and long term, to students from all round the world.
Whether looking for an unusual gift, seeking out that exclusive design or simply browsing for inspiration, Avoca in Dublin city centre is a very special shopping experience.
The Book of Kells remains one of the world's most famous manuscripts with its ornately decorated pages written back around 800 AD. Housed in Trinity College, this book of the four gospels in latin is one of Ireland's major visitor attractions.
From €10.50 per person
From €139 per room per night based on two people sharing
From €1201 pps
15% discount with promo code EPICO2018
From €230 per room per night
For €50 various dates available
From €531 pps
From £99 p.p.
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