Aberdeen Lodge, a beautifully renovated Edwardian establishment rich in heritage, is situated on the leafy Park Avenue in Dublin 4. It occupies a unique position, offering both city and coastal experiences. It has a close proximity to the scenic Sandymount Strand as well as the bustling heart of Dublin.
At Aberdeen Lodge, you’ll discover the ideal blend of relaxation and exploration. Plus, a breakfast menu showcasing the finest offerings from Ireland’s food producers, making it a perfect choice for your five-night city break in Dublin.
This hotel, located in the idyllic coastal village of Sandymount, Dublin 4, welcomes guests with a complimentary glass of champagne upon arrival. Guests can look forward to three nights of peaceful slumber and a delightful cooked-to-order full Irish breakfast each morning. As a guest, you’ll also enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi access, access to our private car park and tickets for the popular hop-on hop-off Dublin City Tour. This highly-regarded tour covers all the must-see attractions, including Trinity College, St. Stephen’s Green, Christchurch, and the Guinness Storehouse.
Given its stunning coastal location, Aberdeen Lodge serves as an ideal base for exploring Dublin’s coastline. Ann and Pat suggest dedicating two days of your five-day escape to these charming villages, utilising the included DART passes in your experience. Begin by taking the train north to Howth and Malahide. Here you can relish breath taking views while strolling along Howth Head and enjoying a meal at one of the village’s many seafood restaurants. Afterward, explore the village of Malahide with its marina and beach walks. Don’t forget to visit the historic Malahide Castle, a 12th-century gem set in a 260-acre estate.
On the second day of your coastal adventure, explore the south coast of Dublin. Make stops at the villages of Blackrock, which is renowned for the famous Blackrock Market, Dalkey, Killiney, and Dun Laoghaire, where a pier walk is a must. Enjoy a leisurely stroll in the picturesque village of Greystones and enjoy a coffee at one of the charming village cafes (we recommend Brew With A View). Additionally, the Greystones to Bray cliff walk is highly recommended, followed by a delightful dinner in Bray.
In addition to your five-day Discover Dublin experience, you’ll receive a two-day City Tour ticket. This allows you to explore the city at your own pace, along with a guided walking tour that delves into the city’s history and unique charm.
Your hosts at Aberdeen Lodge are thrilled to share their wealth of local knowledge to enhance your Dublin city break, providing recommendations to help you make the most of your two-day city tour tickets. After a day of sightseeing, they eagerly await your return to Aberdeen Lodge, where a warm welcome with tea and homemade cookies will be ready to accompany your stories of adventure.
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.
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. Here 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.
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.
St. Patrick's Cathedral
St Patrick’s Cathedral was traditionally the site of a holy well used by St Patrick for baptisms. The church dates back to late 5th century. This popular architectural and historical site offers guided tours each day.
Find out more at www.stpatrickscathedral.ie.
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.
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. You will relive
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.