Irish Film Institute
6 Eustace Street
North Wall Quay
72 Dame Street
North Wall Quay
The largest zoo in Ireland and one of Dublin's most popular attractions.
National Gallery of Ireland
Merrion Square West
Holds the national collection of European and fine art.
Fitzwilliam Street Lower 29
Dublin's Georgian House Museum
Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum
1 Custom House Quay
See what it was like on board a wooden tall ship during the Famine era.
St Michaels Hill
A heritage centre located in the heart of the medieval city of Dublin.
St James's Gate
Ireland’s No.1 most visited attraction
Trinity College – The Book of Kells
A “must see” on the itinerary of all visitors to Dublin
St Stephens Green Shopping Centre
Stephens Green West
18-27 O'Connell Street Upper
12 Henry Street
15 Nassau St
16 Clare Street
Carroll’s Irish Gifts
17 Suffolk Street
The Temple Bar Pub
47/48 Temple Bar
T: +353 (1) 672 5286/7
Voted Failte Ireland’s Pub of the year in 2012. It also holds the Guinness world record for longest marathon guitar playing 114.5 hours in 2011.
The Brazen Head
20 Lower Bridge Street
T: +353 (1) 677 9549
Officially Ireland's oldest pub, dating back to 1198, famous for live Irish music sessions.
O’ Donoghues Bar
15 Merrion Row
T: +353 (1) 6607194
The pub that launched the career of the "Dubliners", Ireland's seminal folk and ballad group.
Oliver St. John Grogarty's Bar
58 Fleet St
T: +353 (1) 671 1822
Traditional Irish Bar with live Irish music in the heart of Dublin.
South King’s Street
T: +353 (1) 4784698
Winner of the James Joyce Pub award, highlighting that it is an authentic Dublin Pub.
Marco Pierre White Steakhouse and Grill
51 Dawson Street
T: +353 (0)1 6771155
Like the man himself, the new venue is flamboyant, entertaining and full of character.
Gochi Japanese Bistro
13 Dawson Street
T: +353 (0)1 6752000
38 Dawson Street
T: +353 (1) 670 7744
The first Milano to open in Ireland. Situated in one of Dublin's most prestigious streets, between two of the city's most renowned bars, this restaurant is known for its vibrant upbeat atmosphere.
7 Ballsbridge Terrace
T: +353 (1) 668 2611
Popular Dublin Restaurant that offers both fine and casual dining in our restaurant and café.
The Farm Restaurant
3 Dawson Street
T: +353 (1) 212 0743
Dublin’s healthiest eating option shuns processed food and features fresh, organic and free range fare that’s affordable and tasty.
Il Caffe di Napoli
41 Westland Row
T: +353 (1) 611 4836
Authentic Napolitan produce cooked using traditional recipes and the best quality ingredients.
Ely Bar & Brasserie
22 Ely Place
T: +353 (01) 672 0010
All the food is locally produced, sourced and is seasonal.
How to get from
Location & Contact
Getting to The Mont Clare Hotel in Dublin city centre
The Mont Clare Hotel is ideally located in Dublin city centre, situated beside Merrion Square and Trinity College and is a convenient trip from Dublin airport.
DUBLIN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Our hotel on Merrion Square is located 15kms from Dublin International Airport or approximately 20-minutes by taxi travelling at off peak times.
Via Aircoach (up to 50 minutes):
The Aircoach offers transfers to Kildare Street. Allow up to 50 minutes transfer time.
Click to view the Aircoach timetable.
Via Taxi: (20 – 45 minutes depending on time of day)
A taxi service is available to and from the hotel. Please contact hotel reception to book a taxi. You can travel via the main routes of via the toll bridge. At peak times we recommend going via the toll.
Via Car: (20 – 45 minutes depending on time of day)
You can travel via the city centre or the toll bridge. At peak times we recommend going via the toll.
MAIN DUBLIN CITY TRAIN STATIONS
Via LUAS (up to 20 minutes):
From Heuston Station the LUAS will bring you to Connolly Station from where a DART service to Pearse Street Station can be taken. Pearse Street Station is a 2 minutes’ walk from the hotel. A taxi from Heuston Station to the hotel would take approx 10-20 minutes.
BUS SERVICES FROM THE HOTEL
The Mont Clare Hotel is located in Dublin city centre and there are a number of bus routes which pass the hotel, please contact reception for advice on which bus is most suitable for your journey.
DUN LAOGHAIRE FERRY TERMINAL
Via Car (up to 20 minutes):
The hotel is located approx 10km from Dun Laoghaire ferry terminal, approximately 17 minutes by car.
When you arrive in Dun Laoghaire, take DART rail service in the direction of the city centre to Pearse Street station which is closest to the hotel. When you reach the station entrance turn left on Westland Row and continue to the end of the street. Turn left and follow the road onto Merrion Street lower where the Mont Clare Hotel is on your left, (this walk will take approximately 3 minutes).
DUBLIN FERRY TERMINAL
Via Car (up to 20 minutes):
Dublin Ferry Terminal is 7km from the hotel, approximately 15 minutes by car via the quays.
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