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Bram Stoker Hotel - Dublin Hotels
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Bram Stoker Hotel

225 Clontarf Road, Clontarf, Dublin Dublin 3 - Map
"Wonderful place to stay!"
Our family of four really enjoyed our stay at the Bram Stoker a few weeks ago! Located in Clontarf, a coastal suburb north of Dublin, the Bram Stoker exceeded our expectations. We parked our car for free (you don't want to drive in Dublin!) and went to the registration desk where we found a sign to seek out check-in help at the gastropub out front. Not a problem-- there we found LeeAnn who was the most helpful person we encountered in Ireland. She gave us loads of tips for our stay and was very kind and accommodating. Our kids loved catching the double decker bus just out front for the short commute into the city (with free WIFI) and learning about the history of the Clontarf coast where the famous Viking Battle of Clontarf took place in 1014! The rooms were cosy and clean and the food in the gastropub was delicious. After staying in several hotels across Europe (some fancier than others), my daughter said her favorite was the Bram Stoker because of the overall experience - and I agree.
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This hotel is located in Dublin (Clontarf), close to Incorporated Orthopaedic Hospital of Ireland, 3Arena, and Clontarf …More

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    Pocket Guide: Dublin Clontarf 2 stars Independent Hotels

    On the north side of Dublin is the coastal suburb of Clontarf, most famous for the 1014 Battle of Clontarf which put an end to the Irish-Viking wars. The seafront promenade is great for biking or you can play a few rounds at one of the many public golf clubs. Take a leisurely walk through the historic grounds at St. Anne’s Park and explore the rose garden, chestnut walk, and numerous follies.


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