Dubliners like to think they own the whole country and the mountains south of the city are no exception - although strictly ... More
Dublin Mountains (The)
Dubliners like to think they own the whole country and the mountains south of the city are no exception - although strictly called the Wicklow Mountains, the city has claimed them as its own. Despite their relatively modest height, these mountains are wild and generally uninhabited, providing hundreds of square miles of open country, and only an hour from the city centre. In the past, the area was the perfect hideout for all manner of bandits, rebels and murderers. In the 19th century, the British built the Military Road to tame these undesirables and you can take it to this day - from Rathfarnham in the southern suburbs to Aghavannagh high up in the mountains...if you dare!
The Comfort Inn is situated just off O'Connell Street, Dublin's main thoroughfare, making it a good base from which to
explore Dublin city as many attractions are within easy walking distance of the guesthouse itself. Main line bus and ...
"Enjoy the choice of eating experiences European cuisine in our restaurant, Asian fusion in Kudos Bar and informal style lounge.
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Ideally located for Business and Leisure guests, Jurys Inn Christchurch, a superior budget style hotel, offers an unbeatable location in
the heart of Dublins city center. Opposite from Christchurch Cathedral and within walking distance of Trinity College and Temple ...