Trinity Townhouse Hotel
Trinity Townhouse Hotel is a 31 bedroom Boutique Hotel located in Dublin’s city centre, a stone’s throw from Grafton Street, Dublin’s most exclusive shopping district, and in walking distance of some great restaurants, museums and galleries.
Our nearby attractions include Trinity College Dublin, National Museum of Ireland on Kildare Street, the new Museum of Literature on St. Stephen’s Green and the National Gallery on Merrion Square.
Our stylish Georgian-style rooms are spacious and air-conditioned and carefully decorated and preserved to bring the ultimate luxury and comfort to you and yours during your stay with us.
Originally built as private residences in the 1730s, the carefully refurbished Townhouse captures the elegance and graciousness of past times, married with contemporary style and modern-day comfort.
Library St is a very Irish affair with a high degree of focus on impeccably sourced seasonal food from all over Ireland. The sharing menu encourages an inclusive dining experience, encouraging guests to try more than one dish. Interesting wines are served by the glass and bottle, supporting sustainable producers and smaller growers where possible.
Trinity College Dublin: Steeped in history and dating back to the 18th Century, at Trinity College you will find the historic Book of Kells, a cultural treasure and the Long Room Library. Visitors can stroll the cobblestoned grounds at their ease or enjoy a paid tour of the University.
Grafton Street: Only a stones throw from our doorstep, is one of Ireland’s most renowned shopping districts, joining Stephen’s Green to the historic Trinity College Green. Grafton Street has culture and history in abundance. Here you will discover designer outlets, boutiques and landmark buildings
Guinness Storehouse: Winner of the top attraction in Europe, it’s located in the heart of St. James’s Gate. This building was once the fermentation plant of the brewery, home to Guinness since 1759. The building spans across 7 floor and is the shape of a Guinness glass. Experience the history, heart, and soul of Ireland’s most iconic beer.