From Dublin Airport: Take the M1 towards the city. Two junctions after the end of the motorway (Regency Hotel on your left next left at traffic lights) turn left into Griffith Avenue and we're 2 blocks down on the left.
From City Centre: From O'Connell Street follow signs for the airport until you come to Skylon Hotel on your left, take next right into Griffith Avenue, 2 blocks down on the left.
Buses: From City Center Bus No. 123 (city Imp): From Outside Pennys on O'Connell St, get off at the first stop on Griffith Avenue and walk back one block. 2 minute walk. City Imps run every 7 minutes and takes 10 minutes.
From Airport Bus No's. 41, 41A, 41B, 41C or 16A: Buses leave from inside airport. Get off at the Regency Hotel. Take a left at the traffic lights into Griffith Avenue and we are 2 blocks down on the left. About a 10 minute walk.
Within Walking Distance
Guest can enjoy a round of golf in Clontarf Golf Club.
Dublin is a vibrant and colourful city just waiting to be discovered. So what are you waiting for! You will also have easy access to Dublin city centre by bus from Griffith House, allowing guests to enjoy the many attraction that Dublin city has to offer.
Thing to do an see in Dublin
If you consider shopping to be a sport in itself than you will not be disappointed with Dublin city. You can shop to your hearts delight in the many beautiful shops such as Brown Thomas, M&S and H&M to name but a few. To recharge your batteries you can enjoy lunch in one of many beautiful cafés or restaurants in the city
Trinity College, College Street, Dublin 2
Trinity college was founded in 1592 and is today home to the Book of Kells, a 9th century illuminated manuscript the books of Durrow and Armagh and an early Irish harp. Many a great graduate attended Trinity College such as Jonathan Swift and Oscar Wilde.
Dublin Castle, Dublin 2
Dublin castle was built about 1204 by King John of England and a tour of this magnificent Castle is a must. Today it is a venue for visiting Heads of State, EU presidencies, state banquets and important conferences.
National Museum of Ireland, Kildare Street, Dublin 2
The museum first opened its doors in 1890 and today contains artefacts dating from 7000 BC to the 20th century. which include The Treasury, featuring examples of Celtic and Medieval art such as the famous Ardagh Chalice, Tara Brooch and the Derrynaflan Hoard.
Probably the best way to see and learn about Dublin city is to join the hop on, hop off bus tour in the city. This tour allows you to purchase a one day ticket which will take you along to all the tourist attraction and you can hop off at whatever attraction you wish to visit and join the tour again later, brilliant!
Other places of interest include
Dublin Zoo. Phoenix Park, Dublin 8.
Dublin Writers Museum, Dublin 1
The Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin 8
Guinness Storehouse, Dublin 8.