Our breakfast menu makes an interesting change including such lovingly prepared dishes as Dublin coddle - a traditional dish found only in the heart of Dublin and made from an old family recipe.
Vegetarians are not forgotten on our menu and there is a vegetarian surprise available every morning traditionalists will of course enjoy our ample Irish breakfast. Home made breads complete the meal.
All our meats come from a small local Dublin butcher ensuring our Irish breakfasts contain the highest quality produce that Ireland can offer.
We can recommend many fine Irish restaurants, pubs and hotels for evening dining within a five to ten minute walk from our home. To our international visitors who may require car hire we can make connections with rental companies..
We offer suggestions for other Bed & Breakfasts or lodging further on your Irish tour and advance bookings can be made. Golf can be arranged and local taxi services can deliver and collect you if desired.
Dublin is renowned for its vibrant theatre circuit and tickets can be booked for many of Ireland's greatest shows. There are many Irish historical homes near by and visits can be easily undertaken.
For lovers of traditional Irish music there are many inns to choose from. There is even the highly enjoyable "Irish musical pub crawl" available which is entertaining and educational to the Irish music enthusiast. The now world renowned "Dublin literary pub crawl" www.dublinpubcrawl.com has become a "must do" for every visitor to Ireland.
For the keen walker, Dublin offers many interesting walking tours in various parts of the city, for example The Malton Trail. In 1871, James Malton produced engravings of twenty five of Dublin's outstanding buildings of which 23 remain today. This tour ends with a view of the original Malton prints on exhibit in Dvlinia, a medieval exhibition adjacent to Christchurch cathedral.
There is an excellent historical walking tour of Dublin given by Trinity colleges graduates which traces the origins of Dublin as a 9th century Viking trading post into a medieval walled city and capital of English lordship in Ireland.
The non- English speaking tourist is well catered for with an audio walking tour of Dublin city in many languages including Italian, French, German, Spanish and Japanese. For a brief insight into Dublin's main tourist attractions the Dublin city tour bus offers a short informative guide.
Hop on and off at your leisure to view the Writer's museum, Guinness', Trinity college, the national gallery, Dublin Castle, St Patrick's Cathedral and many more exciting high lights.
For the sporting enthusiast Pauric is the perfect host. With his interest in Irish and international sports and his many connections throughout the county he will guide you through golf, soccer, Gaelic sports, rugby, horse racing, fishing, cycling few sports are left out.
We are happy to suggest day trips in or out of Dublin to our guests. Our private car parking enables guests to leave their cars parked here all day while they go and enjoy the delights of Dublin city or Ireland's countryside.
We have easy read maps available and we take the time to suggest the
easiest and most stress free way to visit Dublin.
contact Pauric or Marie