Accommodating your stay in Dublin

Clontarf Castle is offering a special deal of 109 single or 119 twin or double (per room) for luxury accommodation (breakfast included)
**NB: Offer valid until March 18th 2011**
To avail of this price please quote code TICK TALK IRELAND.

Location of Clontarf Castle:
Location of clontarf castle can be found at: http://www.clontarfcastle.ie/hotel-in-dublin.87.html
Bus 130 can be picked up at Bus Aras (central bus station) Runs every 10 minutes (see timetable & route map on the link below) http://www.dublinbus.ie/GoogleSearch/?searchText=130

Wheelchair friendly hotels:
www.accessibleireland.com
http://irelandbnb.com/dublin-bed-breakfast-wheelchair-access.html
Trinity college mentioned below also has a selection of wheelchair accessible rooms.

A handy Bed & Breakfast situated in Clontarf:
http://irelandbnb.com/clontarf-bed-breakfast-dublin.html

Or why not stay at Trinity College Dublin?
http://www.tcd.ie/accommodation/Visitors/
Trinity College have a selection of apartments or rooms available to suit your budget and also have a selection of wheelchair accessible rooms.

Why not check out the Book of Kells during your stay?
http://www.tcd.ie/Library/bookofkells/book-of-kells/
Located in the centre of town, convenient for bus, train, tram & coach links.
Room rates from 58 euro (single) up to 120 euro - includes continental breakfast or upgrade for a full Irish breakfast!

More university accommodation links available at: http://www.irelandinsummer.com/dublin-budget-accommodation

A couple more budget hotels below close to the bus/tram terminal **NB: located in the centre of town so maybe noisy but very convenient**

Celtic Lodge Guesthouse with *free airport transfer* & free Irish music in the bar
Transfer bus is once every 2 hours (must be booked in advance whilst booking the hotel). More information on transfer bus times available at: http://www.celticlodge.ie/Special-Offers
From 69 euro bed & breakfast

Arlington Hotel (music or dancing available in the bar)
http://www.arlington.ie/index.html
From 79 euro per room or 89 euro bed & breakfast

Both hotels are close to Bus Aras (Central bus station). Bus routes from airport to city centre available at:
http://www.dublinbus.ie/Your-Journey1/Timetables/Airport-Services/

For those preferring to stay closer to the airport (in order of price: NB prices may change over time)

Metro Hotel - Dublin Airport
http://www.metrohoteldublinairport.com/
From 50 euro per room or 65 euro bed & breakfast
Shuttle bus from airport 2 euro for round trip

Hilton - Dublin Airport
http://www1.hilton.com/en_US/hi/hotel/DUBAPHI-Hilton-Dublin-Airport-hotel/index.do
From 55 euro per room or 75 euro bed & breakfast
Shuttle bus from airport

Permier Inn - Dublin Hotel
http://www.premier-inn-dublin-airport.com/
From 59 euro per room only (not include breakfast)
Shuttle Bus 1 euro each way

Bewley's Hotel - Dublin Airport
http://www.bewleyshotels.com/dublin_airport/location/
From 60 euro per room or 75 euro bed & breakfast
Shuttle bus from airport

Clarion Hotel - Dublin Airport
http://www.clarionhoteldublinairport.com/
From 75 euro per room or 95 euro bed & breakfast
Shuttle bus from airport

Crowne Plaza Hotel - Dublin Northwood
http://www.cpireland.crowneplaza.com/Dublin_Airport_Hotel.html
Approx 80 euros (breakfast may not be included)
Shuttle bus from airport

Carlton Hotel - Dublin Airport
http://www.carltondublinairport.com/shuttlebus
From 85 euro per room only (not include breakfast)
Shuttle bus from airport

Radisson Hotel - Dublin Airport
http://www.radissonblu.ie/hotel-dublinairport
From 85 euro per room or 102 euro bed & breakfast
Shuttle bus from airport

Information About Coaches & Ferries

Euroline coaches:
Travel to Ireland with Eurolines is easy, they provide a range of services to over 40 destinations with prices starting from just £42 return to Dublin (price includes transfer by ferry).
Services operate from most major cites in Britain including Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Cardiff, Leeds, London and Manchester arriving at city centre locations saving on the need for expensive airport transfers.
http://www.eurolines.co.uk/coach/Destinations/Ireland/Ireland-index.aspx

Sail/Rail:
Why not combine the convenience of rail travel with your ferry crossing? Prices start from £32 per person each way.
http://www.irishferries.com/gb/fares-offers-ireland-from-britain.asp?tab=fares-sail

Irish Ferries:
Save up to 25% Car plus 1 from £79 one way. From £79 online fare for you and your car is valid for midweek travel (Mon – Thurs) on all cruise ferry services up to 30 June 2012. Must be booked a min of 7 days in advance of travel date and by the 27 Feb 2012.
http://www.irishferries.com/gb/fares-offers-ireland-from-britain.asp?tab=fares-sail

Stena Line:
Travel by ferry to Ireland with the Irish Sea's leading ferry company from only £79 single for a car plus driver. Speed across the Irish Sea from Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire on our fastcraft or cruise over to Dublin City onboard one of our stylish Superferries.
http://www.stenaline.co.uk/ferry/ferries-to-ireland/

NB: Please note that Dublin Port & Dun Laoghaire are 2 seperate ports of entry to Dublin. Important to note when looking at directions to the hotel.