Tucked away in quiet, suburban Dublin, Clontarf Castle Hotel, with its magnificent entrance hall, hanging tapestries, mysterious doorways and roaring fires, is located 3km from Dublin city centre and just 8 km from Dublin airport. Guests can dine at the on-site bistro, which serves modern dishes and fine wines in a Midiaeval atmosphere complete with chandeliers and traditional pewter goblets. The casual, contemporary pub is the sort of place a dashing young knight might be found practicing the finer points of chivalry while downing a pint of stout; the bar is more refined, a place for the graduated knight. Conference rooms cater for meetings of up to 500 people and come equipped with the latest audio-visual equipment. The concierge can assist with booking tours and restaurants and can also advise on the area's best attractions. Other practical amenities include complimentary parking and a currency exchange service. The 111 guestrooms are decorated in rich greens and oranges with dark wood furnishings. Steeped in Irish history and dating back to 1172, the Clontarf Castle Hotel offers guests all the charm and splendour of a royal experience.
Check in time is 8:00 PM, Check out time is 12:00 PM.
Located in Dublin?s leafy Northside suburbs, the luxury Clontarf Castle Hotel is part of a privately owned Irish collection of hotels and is a stone?s throw from a city bursting with life, energy and vitality, luxury and Irish history in the making. Some of the world's most famous horse racing tracks are near the hotel, including Fairyhouse, Leopardstown and the Curragh. Golfers will be spoilt for choice with several 18-hole championship courses nearby. All-Ireland club rugby is played within walking distance, and if the season is right, guests can catch an international cricket match in Castle Avenue.
At Clontarf Castle Hotel, the 111 guest rooms and suites range from the luxurious to the truly extravagant, with design that mesmerises your senses, and all the in room touches you need to ensure the perfect nights rest. From the fashionable style and comfort in the deluxe bedrooms to the definitive in opulence in the individually designed executive rooms and suites, many with four-poster beds and views of the Dublin mountains. Its just as well there is so much more to discover in this unique setting to tempt you out of your indulgent privacy.
FROM DUBLIN AIRPORT: Take the M1 towards the city centre. At the first set of traffic lights turn left onto Collins Avenue . Continue to the end of the road to a T-junction where it intersects with the Howth Road. Bear left (The Beachcomer Pub is facing you). At the second set of traffic lights take a sharp right onto Castle Avenue. The entrance to Clontarf Castle Hotel is at the first roundabout on the right hand side. DART (DUBLIN AREA RAPID TRANSIT): Clontarf Castle Hotel is also conveniently located close to the DART station at Clontarf Road. At the second set of traffic lights take a sharp right onto Castle Avenue. The entrance to Clontarf Castle Hotel is at the first roundabout on the right hand side.