The City of Dublin can trace its origin back more than 1,000 years, and for much of this time it has been Ireland’s principal city as well as the cultural, educational and industrial centre of the island of Ireland. Although one third of the country’s population lives in the Dublin area, the city retains the charm and intimacy of the small town that was the birthplace of Wilde, Yeats and Beckett. Dublin offers wonderful shopping, vibrant theatre and entertainment options and, of course, the traditional pubs that are famous the world over.
At Butlers Townhouse, you can enjoy a unique vantage point from where you can explore the sights, sounds and experiences of Dublin. Butlers Townhouse is in the ideal location to walk to the city centre and visit such attractions as Trinity College, Grafton Street and the many museums, theatres and restaurants. Conveniently located on Lansdowne Road, opposite the Aviva Stadium and down the road from the RDS – Butlers Townhouse is the perfect starting point for those attending a conference or trade fair, or taking in the Horse Show, or visiting the 3 Arena to see a concert or show.
Butlers Townhouse; In the heart of Dublin, close enough to feel the pulse, yet quietly nestled in the leafy suburb of Ballsbridge for that good night’s sleep.
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St. Stephen’s Green:
This 22 acre park at the top of Grafton Street is a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the city’s streets. Take time out to explore the tree lined walks, shrubbery and colourful flowerbeds around the lake and visit the statue of Oscar Wilde, just one of the park’s many famous neighbours over the years. On weekends the railings of St Stephen’s Green become an al fresco art gallery as local artists set up shop to display and sell their work. While lunchtime concerts are performed in the park during the summer months.