Oneils

O’Neill’s is a charming traditional Irish pub with guest rooms in the heart of Dublin. You will feel right at home in one of the eight guest rooms.

The property has been operated by the same family since 1885. Its cozy ambiance is perfect for any season. O’Neill’s history includes being used as a safe house by Michael Collins and others during the 1918-1922 War of Independence.

The pub has been rated one of the top ten Foodie Pubs with accommodations in Ireland.

The warm and friendly atmosphere offers food choices such as chicken wings, fried calamari, seafood chowder, ribs and corn beef. They also serve burgers, sandwiches and even Guinness pie. You will be sure to make new friends, enjoy good music and experience Dublin at its finest. And if your lucky you may even run into a famous artist, writer or politician.

O’Neill’s is located just a 7 minute walk from Trinity College, The Book of Kells, O’Connell Street, Custom House and O’Connell bridge.

Things to do in Dublin

Museums

Hit the Museums – The are several museums in Dublin that are completely FREE to visit.

The National Gallery has works by Monet, Vermeer, and Picasso. The museum also has an impressive amount of genealogy records that can help you trace your family history.

The Chester Beatty Library, located within the grounds of Dublin Castle. At the library you will see everything from rare manuscripts to Egyptian papyrus texts to contemporary exhibitions. Don’t forget to check out the roof garden as well.

Other free museums include The Hugh Lane Gallery, The Natural History Museum and The National Library of Ireland.

Food

Enjoy the Food – Dublin’s food scene is one of the most underrated attractions. The city is filled with really great food. For a great burger check out Bunsen’s or for the best Sushi in town, try Yamamori Izakaya’s.

Experience Guinness

The Guinness Store House – This is not just a store but an experience. There are two bars including The Gravity Bar which sits high above the city with 360 degree views. There are four restaurants that offer a variety of food choices. You can even attend the Guinness Academy where you will learn the six steps to properly pouring a glass of Guinness. Which takes 119.5 seconds to complete. After completing the class you will be awarded an Guinness certification.

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