Dublin Christmas Market Break for 2 or 3 Nights just £59 each
How about enjoying a little break in Dublin during the festivities giving you the chance to visit the beautiful Christmas Markets!
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Fly from Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Gatwick, Stansted or Luton and enjoy a festive 2 or 3 night Christmas stay at the Dublin City Inn, Republic of Ireland.
You’ll find the Dublin City Inn perfectly situated just 2 minutes away from O’Connell Street at the heart of Dublin’s Christmas celebrations. You’re never more than 10 minutes’ walk away from popular local entertainment venues such as the Temple Bar and Trinity College, and all the last minute gift-grabbing elves out there will be pleased to learn the Inn is surrounded by the very best of Dublin’s retail outlets.
A whole host of theatre and tourist attractions can also be found just a short distance from the Inn, with Busarus central bus station, Connolly train station and the Luas tram stop at Abbey Street all perfectly poised to whisk you around the festivities faster than a reindeer on Christmas eve.
With 60 rooms providing great hospitality in the shape of double or twin beds, free wireless internet, free car parking and free mineral water, the gift-giving starts early this season. What’s more, with the breakfast room open every morning and serving up a hearty Irish breakfast (with lighter continental options), even Santa himself would be sure to get the perfect start to all his Christmas adventures.
Around the Hotel
Once you’re out and about and looking to get into the spirit of things there’s plenty to do in Ireland’s capital.
Why not take a trip to the Irish Whiskey Museum, just across the way from Trinity College. Here you’ll discover the story of Irish Whiskey’s origins and more recent revival – there’s even a sample tasting session exhibiting some of Ireland’s finest recipes.
Those looking to find a truly unique gift could also check the local antique shops, home to a vast range of forgotten treasures sure to make someone’s Christmas extra special. If it’s a more traditional form of retail therapy you’re after however, you could always peruse the Brown Thomas or Arnotts & Jervis shopping centres for this year’s latest trends.
Of course no trip to Dublin would be complete without a visit to famous Guiness Brewery, where you can enjoy a pint of the black stuff and admire the celebrations as they unfold with a commanding view of the city in the Gravity Bar.