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Stauntons on the Green, Dublin, Ireland
This is a Georgian townhouse on St Stephen's Green, with a choice of traditional or modern rooms and short walk away from all the shopping, restaurants, cafés, pubs and museums of the south city. A small garden to the rear leads via a private gate to the Iveagh Gardens, a small park. The old Georgian part of the townhouse may not suit everyone as there are stairs and no lift. As the building is old, you may hear creaky floors and conversations from other floors, and rooms at the front of the house will hear early morning rush-hour traffic. It is a beautiful small hotel though and a gorgeous setting.
There's a private gate from the hotel gardens into the Iveagh Gardens, a lovely quiet city centre park.
The hotel overlooks St Stephen's Green, where you'll find the Yeats memorial. It's a 20-minute walk into the city centre.
By plane: direct flights to Dublin from Manchester and Birmingham (1 hour), and London (1 hour 15 minutes). It's a 30-minute drive to the hotel. Parking costs €22 per day. skyscanner.net
Style & Character
People who want to be in a stylish classical setting near to the heart of the south city will enjoy it here. We loved the art on the walls in the rooms and hallways - there is even a stained glass window by Irish artist Harry Clarke.
Service & Facilities
You can easily relax in the traditional style reception rooms on the ground floor, where breakfast is also served.
- Breakfast room
- Free Wi-Fi
The Superior room has high ceilings, three huge windows facing across to St Stephen's Green and its own sofa and chairs. A sense of space and light is created by the high ceilings and the large windows in rooms.
Single, Twin, Cosy Double, Standard Double, Deluxe Double, Superior Double, Family Room
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, tea and coffee facilities, bottled water, TV, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
We enjoyed the plate of brown soda bread, fruit cake and small pastry served with the pot of tea we ordered. A breakfast of poached eggs, avocado and smoked Irish salmon was delicious.
Breakfast: served in the dining room daily, from 7am Mon-Fri and 8am at weekends. Options include continental, charcuterie board, pancakes and full Irish breakfast.
Afternoon tea: served in the libary or garden, weather permitting.