Clifden - Guest House Dublin - City Shopping - City Life - Sight Seeing and lots more
WELCOME TO CLIFDEN GUESTHOUSE - GREGORIAN ACCOMMODATION IN THE HEART OF DUBLIN
We are a 180 year old listed non smoking Georgian home with 15 ensuite rooms - no elevator - in Dublin city centre. All rooms are ensuite, with shower in lower rooms and full bath/shower in rooms on 4th floor, direct dial telephone, TV and tea/coffee making facilities.
Free secure carpark at rear of building available for guests even after check-out - by arrangement. Convenient to ferryport, DART, Busarus (bus station) and train stations. 5 mins walk to O'Connell Street.
We cater for single, double, twin, triple and family occupancies. Check-in 14.00 pm - check-out 11.00 am. Luggage can be dropped off for early arrivals and left after check-out - by arrangement.
Full Irish Breakfast: Fruit juice, Cereal, Yogurt, Fresh Fruit, Bacon, Egg, Sausage, Pudding, Tea/Coffee, Toast & Preserves
Clifden House is centrally located in Dublin City, 8 minutes walk to O'Connell Street.
From Dublin airport take bus no 16 or 41 to Parnell Square (€1.75 exact - no change given).
Walk up to corner & turn right into Gardiner Row leading to Great Denmark Street leading to Gardiner Place.
Clifden House is no 32 on right 3rd doors after traffic lights.
Driving from airport for "city-centre" direct route for approx. 7 kms (4,2 miles) and pass under rail bridge and then over rail and canal bridges after further 500 metres. Turn left at 3rd traffic-lights into Gardiner Street (at "Auld Triangle Pub") - and turn right into Gardiner Place at next traffic-lights. We are at end of block on left.
(If necessary just double park at no. 32 and ring bell for directions to car-park).
:: Dublin and it's surrounds has a lot to offer in terms of theatre, cinema,
music and is second to none with what it has to offer for it's nightlife.
Feel free to brouse through the many places connected to this site...
Luttrellstown Castle The castle grounds in which the golf course is set have that rolling, permanent look of a landscape which has been nurtured for centuries. www.golfing-ireland.com
Temple Bar Temple Bar's evolution through the centuries has made it one of the most archaeologically, architecturally and historically rich areas of Dublin. www.temple-bar.ie
Irish Writers Centre All literary events at the Centre are open to the general public, who may also avail of its information services. www.writerscentre.ie
Brazen Head Dublin's oldest pub (licensed since 1198), situated near the river Liffey, is famous for its music, smart interior, lighting, and outdoor beer garden. www.brazenhead.com
Abbey Theatre Founded almost a hundred years ago, The acting tradition of the Abbey is world renowned. www.abbeytheatre.ie
Gate Theatre A new theatre, The Gate, was established by young actors Hilton Edwards and Michael MacLiammóir in 1928.They saw their theatre as the place to give Irish audiences the chance to view what was going on elsewhere in the world. www.gate-theatre.ie