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Slievenamon Manor

Clontarf, Dublin

Open from 2 Jan to 22 Dec

5km from Dublin City

Tourist Board Rating:  


Dublin

County Dublin

Meet your host…

John Kennedy

A warm welcome awaits you at Slievenamon Manor.

302 Clontarf Road
Clontarf
Dublin 3

Enjoy the charms of an authentic Victorian home with views of idyllic Dublin Bay at Slievenamon Manor. Ideally located in the picturesque coastal town of Clontarf, County Dublin, it’s well served by public transport and is just 5km from Dublin city centre. There are a variety of acclaimed restaurants within walking distance of the house and plenty of seaside strolls and cafes to enjoy. A superb location for a Dublin city break, guests can enjoy concerts at the O2 Arena, authentic Irish sports at Croke Park and the historical Trinity College and Christchurch Cathedral. Taxi service available with special rates.

How to get here

On passing the sign for the airport take the second exit sign into Coolock. Continue to the end of the road to the seafront. Travel for 5km and pass through five traffic lights until you see Kinara restaurant on the right. Our house is fifteenth from the restaurant.

Bus Routes: 130

Sat Nav: Lat (53.360136) - Long (-6.184276)

Facilities

  • Baby Sitting
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Cycling
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Satellite
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

Customer Reviews

 

Julie

27 Nov 2012 

We had a very pleasant stay at Slievenamon Manor. It was a great place to stay for touring Glendalough and the Wicklow Mountains.

bruce wells

14 Nov 2012 

A good value located fairly close to town on the water and near some good restaurants and pubs. Mr Kennedy, the owner took time to chat with us at length about the local culture and the details of rugby, his sons were semi-pro.This is exactly the experience I wanted my grandson to have.

Jody

09 Nov 2012 

This BB was a great location for visiting Dublin without being right in the middle of the chaos of the city This was our first stop after landing in Ireland. The only downside was that our flight got in around 5am and obviously our room wasnt ready yet. There wasnt anything open that early on the strip right near the BB so we were nomads for a few hours until they could let us into our room they did let us in early around 10am which was much appreciated And there is a cute little restaurant down the street where we got some good breakfast. The BB was quaint, the rooms a little tight but we were only there to sleep so it worked out fine You get breakfast every morning and its delicious There was a bus line right in front of the BB so we would take that into the city every day it was pretty cheap and a 10 min drive or so, definitely worth not driving. They had a hop-on, hop-off tour in the city to take you to all the popular sites of Dublin. We did rent a car while we were there and parking near the BB was not an issue. Hope this helps

Emilio de Pasquale

28 Aug 2012 

Very nice stay and warm welcome. We did enjoy a lot

wiliam ofarrell

27 Jun 2012 

we had a great time at your bb food great too

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