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Discover Dublin – Two Day City & Coastal Experience

Aberdeen Lodge is a beautifully refurbished Edwardian lodge steeped in heritage and nestled on leafy Park Avenue, Dublin 4. This lodge is a unique destination, enjoying a dual city and coastal location, just minutes from Sandymount Strand and equally convenient to Dublin city centre.

Aberdeen Lodge offers the perfect balance of relaxation, sightseeing opportunities and a breakfast menu showcasing the best of Ireland’s food producers, this an ideal choice for your two night sight- seeing city break in Dublin.

Set amongst acres of walled private gardens in the traditional coastal village of Sandymount, Dublin 4, this hotel will provide you both with a glass of champagne each on arrival, three nights’ restful sleep, and a cooked to order full Irish breakfast each morning. You can take advantage of this unique setting to explore the coast and city of Dublin and your hosts at Aberdeen Lodge are delighted to share a wealth of local knowledge to enhance your stay. They recommend the following to make the best of your two day escape.

The Aberdeen Lodge Sign

Trinity College and the Book of Kells

Founded in 1592, Trinity College, is Ireland’s oldest University and one of the most famous educational institutions in the world. Trinity College has many attractions with its magnificent Old Library, which is home to The Book of Kells.

Find out more at www.tcd.ie.

Trinity Library Stacks

Guinness Storehouse

The Guinness Storehouse is one of Dublin’s most popular tourist attractions located in St. James’s Gate Brewery. It is the home of the black stuff – Guinness, where you can explore and partake in an incredible journey through the history and making of the world famous beer.

Find out more at www.guinness-storehouse.com.

Guinness Storehouse Gates

The National Museum

The National Museum on Kildare Street holds one of the world’s largest collections of Bronze Age Gold.
It is also home to the mysterious Iron Age bog bodies that were preserved in the bogs of Ireland 2,000 years ago!

Find out more at www.museum.ie.

The National Museum Dublin

St. Patrick's Cathedral

St Patrick’s Cathedral was traditionally the site of a holy well used by St Patrick for baptisms, and a church dating back to late 5th century. This popular architectural and historical site offers guided tours each day.

Find out more at www.stpatrickscathedral.ie.

St. Patrick's Cathedral Dublin exterior

Christchurch Cathedral

The Cathedral church of the Holy Trinity, more commonly called Christ Church was Viking Dublin’s Cathedral. Visit and enjoy the cathedral’s beautiful interior and the fascinating medieval crypt.

Find out more at www.christchurchdublin.ie.

Christchurch Cathedral Interior

EPIC Ireland

This fully interactive experience is a must see whilst visiting Dublin. The museum will guide you as
you uncover the dramatic and inspiring stories of the Irish people who travelled the world, reliving
some of their greatest achievements in music, literature, sport, politics, fashion and science. From
the celebrated to the unsung, these stories speak of a shared character; of creativity and strength,
audacity and ingenuity, resilience and brilliance offering a unique lens through which this nation can
be fully understood.

Find our more at www.epicchq.com.

If your schedule allows it is highly recommended to explore the south coast of Dublin on the DART, stopping off at the villages of Blackrock which is home to the famous Blackrock Market, Dalkey, Killiney and Dun Laoghaire, where a walk on the pier is a must. 

Enjoy a wander in the stunning village of Greystones and a coffee in one of the village cafes, you will be spoilt for choice.
Following a day of sightseeing, we look forward to hearing all about your adventures, back at Aberdeen Lodge where we will be waiting with a nice cup of tea and home baked cookies.

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