✈ Dublin 2 or 3 Nights at a Choice of Hotels with Flights and Optional Game of Thrones Tour*

£109.00

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Description

The Hotels

Sitting within a 20-minute drive from the centre of Dublin, Sheldon Park Hotel offers guests a peaceful retreat with easy access to the Irish capital and the prospect of an unwinding stay complemented by on-site leisure facilities. The guestrooms boast complimentary Internet access and cable TV, while the hotel’s restaurant which serves up lunches and dinners. Dining is also available at a cafe, and room service (during limited hours) is available. Those who want to quench their thirst may head to a lounge bar for a favourite drink.

Placed in a vivid area filled with parks, Aspect Hotel Park West offers modern accommodation a 12-minute drive from the National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts and History. The hotel’s en suite rooms feature earthy colour tones and large windows and come complete with flat-screen TVs, hot drink-making facilities and complimentary Wi-Fi. Rueben’s Restaurant serves up hearty plates for breakfast, lunch and dinner and tempts holidaymakers with a pizza menu.

Game of Thrones Tour (optional)

Fans of the Game of Thrones series are invited to explore Northern Ireland to discover the filming locations of the fictional region of Westeros. During the trip, travellers will visit  Dark Hedges, the Antrim Coast, and the UNESCO-listed Giant’s Causeway, as well as Belfast with some free time to explore the city as they please.

  • Departure point: Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane

Groupon’s Guide To Dublin

Nestled on Ireland’s east coast at the mouth of the River Liffey, Dublin attracts travellers with the elegance of the old stone bridges, cobbled alleyways, Georgian avenues and scenic city parks such as St Stephen’s Green and Phoenix Park with Dublin Zoo. Culinary options span the globe with various cuisine served in numerous restaurants, while bars serve an array of beverages, including the iconic Guinness beer.

History enthusiasts can pay a visit to the iconic 13th-century Dublin Castle and the medieval St Patrick’s Cathedral, while the National Museum of Ireland provides more insight into Irish heritage and culture. Those with an eye for architecture can take a stroll by the Fitzwilliam and Merrion Squares, where redbrick terraces, brightly coloured doorways, and detailed pillars stand for Dublin’s Georgian heritage. For trips off the beaten track, skipping the usual crowds at Temple Bar and taking a stroll around the quieter parts of the local area will take visitors to a portal of arts, music, and literature at Trinity College with its 18th-century Old Library, an ode to knowledge dominated by impressively musty books and busts of Western writers and philosophers.

Dublin greets guests with a maritime climate featuring temperate winters and cool summers. May and June bring a sunny period, while the further summer months delight visitors with average temperatures of about 22°C. Winter is rich in precipitations that come accompanied by cold weather.

Options

Option 1: with London or Bristol flights

  • £99-£139 for 2 nights, depending on dates chosen
  • £139-£169 for 3 nights, depending on dates chosen

  • £149-£189 for 2 nights with tour, depending on dates chosen
  • £189-£219 for 3 nights with tour, depending on dates chosen

Option 2: with Edinburgh or Glasgow flights

  • £109-£129 for 2 nights, depending on dates chosen
  • £139-£169 for 3 nights, depending on dates chosen

  • £159-£179 for 2 nights with tour, depending on dates chosen
  • £189-£219 for 3 nights with tour, depending on dates chosen

Option 3: with East Midlands, Manchester, Liverpool or Leeds Bradford flights

  • £109-£129 for 2 nights, depending on dates chosen
  • £149-£169 for 3 nights, depending on dates chosen

  • £159-£179 for 2 nights with tour, depending on dates chosen
  • £189-£219 for 3 nights with tour, depending on dates chosen