Stauntons on the Green, Dublin
A beautiful Georgian townhouse overlooking St Stephen's Green, with lots of original features and a small garden.
Rooms available from £103.99 per night
Your expert reviewer
There's plenty to do nearby: walk to Grafton street for shopping and eateries or head to the museums in the Georgian area, including the Museum of Literature Ireland (MoLI).
The hotel is on St Stephen's Green overlooking the park. You can also access the Iveagh Gardens park from the hotel garden.
By plane: Manchester, Birmingham or London to Dublin takes around an hour, after which, it's a 30-minute drive to the hotel. Paid parking available nearby. Book flights to Dublin.
CHARACTER & STYLE
The hotel is split into the older part - which has a traditional feel - and a more modern wing. Georgian features such as high ceilings, sash windows, fireplaces and ornate plasterwork have been retained. There is lots of art all around the walls.
Service feels personal and is top-notch. There are some lovely facilities, including the outdoor terraces and gardens. From the gardens, you can access the Iveagh Gardens.
- Breakfast room
- Free Wi-Fi
You'll find traditional rooms with period features in the original Georgian townhouse. The rooms overlooking St Stephens' Green are exposed to noise from the busy road; however, the rooms in the modern wing at the hotel's rear are much quieter.
Room types: Twin, Townhouse Double, Deluxe Double, Superior Double, Triple, Family
Key amenties: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, tea and coffee-making facilities, bottled water, TV, free Wi-Fi
FOOD & DRINK
The hotel doesn't serve lunch or dinner, but the breakfast is gorgeous. Choose from a traditional full Irish breakfast or something healthier like eggs Florentine. Everything is high-quality, from the presentation to the taste. We loved the poached eggs, avocado and smoked Irish salmon.
Breakfast: served daily, from 7am Mon-Fri and 8am at weekends. Options include continental, charcuterie board, pancakes and full Irish.
Afternoon tea: served daily (12-4pm) in the libary or garden, weather permitting.
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