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Ashfield House


This brightly decorated, cheery hostel has basic but clean en suite rooms (two, four and six beds), and larger dorms. Facilities include a bureau de change...

19-20 d'Olier Street

Blarney Woollen Mills

Critics' choice

The main branch of this chain is actually located in the village of Blarney, so its name is not as shamelessly cheesy as all that. However, don't come here...

21-23 Nassau Street

Celtic Note


If you're after Irish stuff, then this is the place to come to (as you may have guesed from all those big posters of Glen Hansard and co in the window)....

12 Nassau Street


Bars & pubs

Owned by Ireland's 'man-about-town' Eddie Irvine, Cocoon walks a fine line between stylish and tacky. TV screens tuned to music videos and fashion...

Royal Hibernian Way

Design Yard


It may no longer be in its quaint Cow Lane location but Design Yard's high-end contemporary art and jewellery is looking as good as ever. Everything from...

48 Nassau Street

Douglas Hyde Gallery


This neat modernist exhibition space could scarcely be more at odds with the fusty, old-world atmosphere that Trinity tends to project to the outside world....

Trinity College

Ginger Man

Bars & pubs

This small, old-fashioned pub is just round the corner from Merrion Square, and great for a pint or two after a jaunt around the museums. The regular pub...

40 Fenian Street

Green on Red

Critics' choice

It may be a little off the beaten track, but this gallery is well worth seeking out, as many consider it to be one of the city's best. The high industrial...

26-28 Lombard Street East


Critics' choice

Set near the National Art Gallery, Greene's is now one of Dublin's bookish landmarks. An impressive number of literary giants have walked through its doors...

16 Clare Street

Henry Jermyn

Critics' choice

Keeping the gents of nearby Merrion Square in hats and threads, this high-end tailor has an exclusive, gentleman's club aesthetic: oil paintings, ornate...

16 Clare Street


Critics' choice
Bars & pubs, Clubs

Thanks in part to resident electro/house DJs like Calvin James, Simon Hayes and Dave Salacious, new life has been breathed into this bar-cum-club venue on...

31-32 Westland Row

Long Stone

Bars & pubs

The Long Stone is, depending on your tastes, a design catastrophe or an eccentric gem. It's got an odd ancient Celtic motif going on, with stained glass...

10 Townsend Street

Markievicz Leisure Centre

Sport, health & fitness

This centre on Townsend Street, which is run by the Dublin Corporation, is relatively inexpensive; it has a fully equipped gym, swimming pool and sauna.

Townsend Street

Messrs Maguire

Bars & pubs

This quayside spot tries really hard, but never quite seems to get there. Downstairs has dark flooring, wood stools and affable barmen, while upstairs...

1-2 Burgh Quay


Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

This legendary Dublin boozer really comes into its own on a Sunday afternoon, when you can sit back and watch the Guinness settle. Mulligan's on Poolbeg...

8 Poolbeg Street
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