Experience Dublin

St. Stephen’s Green park

A stunning city centre park, St Stephen’s Green has maintained its original Victorian layout and features over 3.5km of pathways. The park also features a waterfall and an ornamental lake, which provides a home for waterfowl. The perfect place for people watching, St Stephen’s Green is popular for relaxing on a sunny day or for an early morning jog.

The Green

1-5 Harcourt Street (off Stephen’s Green),
Dublin 2,
Ireland

Phone: +353 1 607 3600
Fax: +353 1 661 5663
Email: info@ocallaghancollection.com

Directions

Grafton Street

Grafton Street is Ireland’s world famous shopping districts. Connecting from Stephens green to the historic Trinity College green. Grafton Street is steeped in culture and history of Dublin City.

Come and explore the designer outlets and iconic buildings which house some of Ireland’s popular shops such as Brown Thomas and Bewleys. Grafton Street gives every guest a unique experience from the designer shops to the buskers showcasing their musical talents which has been the start to many Irish musicians such as Bono for U2.

Our hotels are all conveniently located with just a 10 minute scenic walk to Grafton Street.

Iveagh Gardens

The Green is also adjacent to Iveagh Gardens, which is popularly known as Dublin’s ‘Secret Garden’. With a history dating back over 300 years, Iveagh Gardens is a true hidden gem, perfect for exploring and walking. The centrepiece is the beautiful waterfall, which is particularly impressive in the summer. The park has been awarded a Green Flag, the international standard for parks and green spaces.

The Guinness Storehouse

Ireland is famously known as the ‘home of the black stuff’. Guinness Storehouse is Ireland #1 tourist attraction. On the Storehouse tour you are guided along the rich history of Arthur Guinness the creator of the world famous Guinness. Explore the tasting rooms, view the famous cycling fish and finally enjoy a pint of Guinness looking over the beautiful city of Dublin with the 360 panoramic view in the gravity bar.

The Green hotel is a 25 minute walk from the Storehouse but is also easily accessible by Dublin bus from all our Dublin hotels. For information about bus times and lines, Visit dublinbus.ie

The LUAS

The Luas system is Dublin’s city light rail system. There are 2 lines that run to get you to different areas of the City, The Green line sits right outside The Green hotel which is perfect for exploring all of Dublin has to offer.

The Red line runs near such tourist attractions such as G.P.O where you can explore the history of the Easter rising, followed by Smithfield square where you can visit the Old Jameson Whiskey distillery, Guinness storehouse and Kilmainham Goal.

The Green line runs southbound passing St Stephen’s Green out to Brides Glen letting you explore O’Connell Street, Trinity College and the Book of Kells. If you wish to go a bit further with a 15minute journey to Ireland’s largest shopping centre Dundrum shopping centre.