Book By Phone (Ireland) 1850 668668
Book By Phone (International) +353 66 9791804
And remember, we're just a phone call away on
81-82 Talbot Street, Dublin 1, Dublin
Show on a map
Rated 7.7 by GoIreland customers (15 ratings)
Celtic Lodge is located in the heart of Dublin city.
FREE AIRPORT BUS TO AND FROM THE AIRPORT
This guesthouse is just 5 minutes walk from Connolly Train Station and the central bus station.
The Celtic lodge has recently been restored to offer comfortable accommodation and is tastefully decorated throughout.
When you stay at Celtic Lodge, you will be able to enjoy all that Dublin city has to offer. The city is rich in historic sites, theatres, museums, clubs, pubs and restaurants. Celtic Lodge is only 20 minutes drive from Dublin International Airport, which is serviced by our free Airport Shuttle Bus saving you up to €50.
NOTE: We accept CREDIT CARD bookings only
Rollover Images To Enlarge
Celtic Lodge in located in 81/82 Talbot Street, Dublin 1. Just 5 minutes walk from Connolly Train Station and the central bus station.
From Celtic Lodge you are near the following;
-Next door to our award winning restaurant LE BON CRUBEEN
-2 doors from our famous pub THE CELT BAR - live music nightly
-3 min walk from Bus Arás - central bus station
-5 min walk from O Connell Street
-150 metres from Connolly Train Station
-Door to Door - Free bus from/to airport
All bedrooms in Celtic Lodge guesthouse are ensuite and are equipped with every modern convenience. The warm heritage décor helps to create an ambience of relaxation throughout the rooms.
All bedrooms are spacious and comfortable, ensuring you enjoy a pleasant stay at Celtic Lodge.
In room facilities include Tea /Coffee making facilities, TV and telephone
Things to do in Dublin
Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
Why not enjoy the pubs, clubs and restaurants in the trendy Temple Bar area, which is known as the Dublin's Cultural Quarter Shopping Grafton Street in Dublin is all about shopping! You can effortlessly stroll around its many fantastic shops from HMV to Brown Thomas, amongst others.
The college was founded in 1592 and has since produced many famous graduates such as Edmund Burke, Oliver Goldsmith (whose statue stand outside), Johnathan Swift, and Oscar Wilde. It is also home to the Book of Kells.
Guinness Storehouse, Dublin 8
Here you'll discover everything there is to know about the world famous beer when its dramatic story began around 250 years ago.
Dublin Zoo, Dublin 8.
Dublin Zoo is home to wide range of exotic animals and is located just 3km from the city centre, in the grounds of the Phoenix Park.
Hop on, Hop off Tour
This is a great way to see and learn about Dublin’s fair city. Your one-day ticket will allow you to stop off at any attraction in Dublin city and join the tour again later.
Antonio from Enniscorthy
Stayed 01-2013Young couple
Lenart from Sovodenj
Stayed 08-2012Young couple
It was our first night and city centre. The staff was welcoming, the room has all that we could think of. Breakfast was a good Irish one, plus there was a lot of other food. so nice
Chris from Amsterdam
Stayed 07-2012Solo traveller
Each more the freshly home cooked breakfast and great coffee are served in the dining room.
Le Bon Crubeen is an award winning restaurant, serving French / Irish cuisine and the perfect choice for lunch or dinner while the stylish bar is ideal for that pre-dinner cocktail or a relax after dinner aperitif.
An old world traditional Irish pub, The Celt is a great spot for a pint of Guinness where you can soak up the friendly atmosphere and the rustic decor with the old slabbed floor and high arched firelace.
The Celt places great importance on tradition. From the tails told by the old Dublin locals, to the stories and rhymes contained in their music, myths and legends. Live |music every night.
Get Our Newsletter
Hear Of Top Deals First!
Operated by Visitravel Ltd., Registered in Ireland, No. 486102.
Registered office: FEXCO Centre, Killorglin, Co. Kerry
Copyright © 2013
GoIreland.com - secure since 1997
Hey! What are you doing down here? Surely you should be off looking at the amazing
accommodation we have to offer? Here, why not have a look at our
hotels or B&Bs?