Harrington Hall Hotel          


 70 Harcourt Street Dublin - Ireland  Dublin − Ireland

WELCOME TO HARRINGTON HALL HOTEL DUBLIN CITY

Harrington Hall is centrally located with one of Dublin's most fashionable addresses. It is situated on Harcourt St. off the south west corner of St. Stephen's Green.

Harrington Hall is centrally located with one of Dublin's most fashionable addresses. It is situated on Harcourt St. off the south west corner of St. Stephen's Green. It is on the LUAS (tram system) line which services from Grafton Street (one stop) to the north and to the Green Line Sandyford in the South. Grafton Street and its surrounds would arguably be Ireland's most exclusive shopping district. Temple Bar and all Dublin's major attractions are all within walking distance of the hotel.

Harrington hall is a member of the Manor House Hotel Group.

Harrington Hall Hotel

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History

Harrington Hall is now named after its most famous former resident, Timothy Charles Harrington. His mother was an O’Sullivan Beare and Harrington grew up a nationalist.

He was on a fund-raising tour of the USA with Dillon on behalf of the Plan when the split occurred in the Parnellite party. He supported his leader from the USA and continued his allegiance on his return, but after Parnell’s death fell in with Richmond. He was secretary of the Irish National League (1882-95).

He was Lord Mayor of Dublin from 1901 to 1903, married in 1892 to Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Dr. E. O’Neill, of Dublin and issued two sons and three daughters. He continued to sit as a member of the Irish Redmonite party until his death. He suffered a seizure in the House of Commons in 1910 and died in 70 Harcourt Street, now Harrington Hall. MPs earned little then and the family were split up and had to leave the house. One son, Niall, went to relatives in Kerry and later became a lieutentant colonel in the Irish army and wrote a famous book about the civil war, the Kerry Landings.

In later years Harrington Hall was turned into a high-class family hotel known as the County Hotel. In 1943 the Sisters of the Holy Child purchased the property and provided accommodation for girls who came to work and study in Dublin.

Facilities

Harrington Hall has undergone a complete refurbishment to restore the beauty of its Georgian architecture.

The original style and architecture has been retained and sympathetically coupled with all the amenities of a modern hotel.

Guest service menu

This is served daily from 2.30pm to 11.00pm. Here you can choose from a wide variety of hot and cold snacks. It includes soup of the day, smoked salmon, wraps, hot sandwiches, cheese selection and a fruit basket option. We offer a selection of wines by the bottle or 1/4 bottle, Cava and champagnes, bottled beers, spirits and of course soft drinks.

Car Parking

Harrington Hall has its own private car park exclusively to its guests. This facility is offered free of charge on a first come first served basis. It can not be reserved in advance ( having said this because we have yet to run in to problems!). Alternatively there is a multi storey 24 hour car park locally available at the Royal College of Surgeons ( west side of St Stephens Green ).

Relaxation

After a long flight or simply to relax, why not book a massage with Gena our resident masseuse who is based in Harrington Hall.

 ROOMS & SUITES

Twin Room

Maximum Occupancy: 2 people


Double Room

Maximum Occupancy: 2 people


Suite

Maximum Occupancy: 5 people


All of the rooms are ensuite with multi channel TV, direct dial telephone, tea / coffee making facilities and hair dryers. In addition are equipped with either an iron and ironing board or a garment press.
Our rooms type combination is one of the most flexible in the city.

The City

Dublin is the capital of and largest city in Ireland. Dublin is located in the province of Leinster on the east coast of Ireland, at the mouth of the River Liffey and bordered on the South by the Wicklow Mountains.

Dublin has many landmarks and monuments dating back hundreds of years. One of the oldest is Dublin Castle, which was first founded as a major defensive work on the orders of England's King John in 1204, shortly after the Norman invasion of Ireland in 1169, when it was commanded that a castle be built with strong walls and good ditches for the defence of the city, the administration of justice, and the protection of the King's treasure. Largely complete by 1230, the castle was of typical Norman courtyard design, with a central square without a keep, bounded on all sides by tall defensive walls and protected at each corner by a circular tower. Sited to the south-east of Norman Dublin, the castle formed one corner of the outer perimeter of the city, using the River Poddle as a natural means of defence.

One of Dublin's newest monuments is the Spire of Dublin, or officially titled "Monument of Light". It is a 121.2-metre (398 ft) conical spire made of stainless steel and is located on O'Connell Street. It replaces Nelson's Pillar and is intended to mark Dublin's place in the 21st century. The spire was designed by Ian Ritchie Architects, who sought an "Elegant and dynamic simplicity bridging art and technology". The base of the monument is lit and the top is illuminated to provide a beacon in the night sky across the city. The Book of Kells, located in the library of Trinity College, Dublin, is one of the city's most visited sites. The Book of Kells is an illustrated manuscript created by Irish monks circa 800 AD. The Ha'penny Bridge, an iron footbridge over the River Liffey, is one of the most photographed sights in Dublin and is considered to be one of Dublin's most iconic landmarks.

Other landmarks and monuments include the Mansion House, the Anna Livia monument, the Molly Malone statue, Christ Church Cathedral, St Patrick's Cathedral, Saint Francis Xavier Church on Upper Gardiner Street near Mountjoy Square, The Custom House and Áras an Uachtaráin. The Poolbeg Towers are also landmark features of Dublin, and visible from various spots around the city.

There is archaeological debate regarding precisely where Dublin was established by Celtic-speaking people in the 7th century. Later expanded as a Viking settlement, the Kingdom of Dublin became Ireland's principal city following the Norman invasion. The city expanded rapidly from the 17th century and was briefly the second largest city in the British Empire before the Acts of Union in 1800. Following the partition of Ireland in 1922, Dublin became the capital of the Irish Free State, later renamed Ireland.

As of 2010, Dublin was listed by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC) as a global city, with a ranking of "Alpha-", which places it amongst the top thirty cities in the world. It is a historical and contemporary centre for education, the arts, administration, economy and industry.

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Harrington Hall is on Harcourt Street, which enters the southwest corner of Saint Stephen’s Green. It is less than five minutes walk from Grafton Street at the heart of Dublin’s city centre. Most major shops, restaurants, theatres and pubs can be reached on foot.

GPS Coordinates: 53 Degrees 20′ 03.83 N : 06 Degrees 15′ 46.68 W

Getting from Dublin Airport

From outside arrivals you can choose from the 24 hour Aircoach Service, The 16 Dublin bus service or you can take a  taxi.

Directions from Dublin Airport, Belfast, Eastern Northern Ireland, Dundalk & Drogheda

From Belfast City take the Dublin road via Dundalk, Drogheda and then this road will take you right up to Dublin Airport. Follow the direct route from Dublin Airport to the City Centre via Drumcondra Road and Dorset Street. Continue onwards, turning left into Church St. from Church St. Cross the River Liffey over the bridge in to Bridge Street. Take a left into High Street, continue travelling east into Christchurch place. Take a right into Bride Strreet. Continue straight crossing Kevin Street into New Bride Street., Continue Straight into Heytesbury Street. Take a left into Harrington Street. Take a left in to the start of Lower Camden Street taking a right at the Bleeding Horse Pub into Charlotte way. Take an immediate left again in to Harcourt Street. The Harcourt Hotel is in front of you on the right hand side.

Directions from Dublin Port

Dublin Port is located on the East Side of the city centre. Take directions to city centre. Take a left at the 1st main roundabout. You will pass the O2 Arena on your right hand side. Take a right at the next roundabout travelling westward up the quays.
Cross the river at the 1st bridge taking a right on the opposite side of the bridge. Continue traveling west on the quays into Aston Quay, then Wellington Quay and finally Wood Quay. ‘O’Shea Merchant Pub’ will be on your left hand side. Here take a left into Bridge Street. travel up hill then taking a left into High Street, continue travelling east into Christchurch place. Take a right into Bride Street. Continue straight crossing Kevin Street into New Bride Street., Continue Straight into Heytesbury Street. Take a left into Harrington Street. Take a left in to the start of Lower Camden Street taking a right at the Bleeding Horse Pub into Charlotte way. Take an immediate left again in to Harcourt Street. The Harcourt Hotel is in front of you on the right hand side.

Directions from Cork & the South

You will approach Dublin on the N7. Continue straight via the Red Cow into Inchicore. Take a left off Inchicore Road ( after the village ) into Memorial Road with will bring you to Con Colbert Rd. You are travelling east in the direction of the city centre. Into St James Road West and you will see Heuston Station on your left hand side. You are now crossing the Liffey to the North Quays in order to continue travelling east. Into Wolf Tone quay, then Ellis Quay, and Finally Arran quay. You now take a Right over the bridge ( just before the Four Courts) into Bridge Street.
Take a left into High Street, continue travelling east into Christchurch place. Take a right into Bride Strreet. Continue straight crossing Kevin Street into New Bride Street., Continue Straight into Heytesbury Street. Take a left into Harrington Street. Take a left in to the start of Lower Camden Street taking a right at the Bleeding Horse Pub into Charlotte way. Take an immediate left again in to Harcourt Street. The Harcourt Hotel is in front of you on the right hand side.

Directions from Derry & West Northern Ireland

You will be approaching Dublin via the N2. Continuel straight in to the Finglas Road heading for the city centre. You will then travel via Phibsborough Rd into Church Street. Where Church Street meets the River Liffey travel due south into Bridge Srteet. At the Top of Bridge Street take a left into High Street, continue travelling east into Christchurch place. Take a right into Bride Strreet. Continue straight crossing Kevin Street into New Bride Street. Continue Straight into Heytesbury Street. Take a left into Harrington Street. Take a left in to the start of Lower Camden Street taking a right at the Bleeding Horse Pub in to Charlotte way. Take an immediate left again in to Harcourt Street. The Harcourt Hotel is in front of you on the right hand side.

Directions from Galway & the North West

You will approach Dublin via the N4. Continue towards the city centre and you will see Heuston Station on the lefty hand side. You are now crossing the Liffey to the North Quays in order to continue travelling east. Into Wolf Tone quay, then Ellis Quay, and Finally Arran quay. You now take a Right over the bridge (just before the Four Courts) into Bridge Street. Take a left into High Street, continue travelling east into Christchurch place. Take a right into Bride Strreet. Continue straight crossing Kevin Street into New Bride Street. Continue Straight into Heytesbury Street. Take a left into Harrington Street. Take a left in to the start of Lower Camden Street taking a right at the Bleeding Horse Pub in to Charlotte way. Take an immediate left again in to Harcourt Street. The Harcourt Hotel is in front of you on the right hand side.

Directions from Dun Laoghaire Ferry Port

On arrival follow the coast road Northward. This will eventually lead you to Blackrock. Stick to the coast rd until you arrive on to Merrion Road. Continue straight in to Pembrook Rd. Note Pembrook Rd eventaully goes off in a sharp left direction . Stick with this road into Upper Baggot Street and then into Lower Baggot Street. Now take a left into Lower Pembrook Street.
Take a right into Lower leeson Street. At the end of this Street you will see the Corner of St. Stephen’s Green in front of you. Here take a sharp left into Earlsfort Tce. Take the first right into Hatch Street. At the Top of Harch Street take a right. You are now on Harcourt Street and the Harcourt Hotel is on your right hand side.

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