Harrington Hall

4 star hotel


69-70 Harcourt Street DublinSee nearby area


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Lonely Planet review

Want to fluff up the pillows in the home of a former Lord Mayor of Dublin? The traditional Georgian style of Timothy Charles Harrington's home – he wore the gold chain from 1901 to 1903 – has thankfully been retained and this smart guesthouse stands out for its understated elegance. The 1st- and 2nd-floor rooms have their original fireplaces and ornamental ceilings.

Guests can avail themselves of the late bar and nightclub in the Harcourt Hotel next door.

Our independent authors have visited Harrington Hall and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Grafton Street & Around.

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Just 300 metres from St Stephen’s Green, Harrington Hall, a Georgian townhouse, is within 10 minutes’ walk of Grafton Street’s shops. It offers free Wi-Fi and parking.

An Irish breakfast, as well as omelettes, fish dishes and pancakes are served in the spacious dining room. High, ornate ceilings and large windows feature in Harrington Hall’s lounge area.

Each elegantly decorated and spacious room has a TV and tea and coffee facilities.

Lively clubs and bars are in the immediate area whilst the historical Trinity College can be reached after a 10-minute walk. Temple Bar and Dublin Castle are both 15 minutes’ walk away. The Guinness Storehouse is 2 km from the property.

Important information

Please note that the free, private parking facility is based on a first-come-first-served basis.

Services & facilities

  • Non-smoking
    • Non-smoking throughout
    • Non-smoking rooms
  • Guest services
    • 24-hour front desk
  • Transport/transfers
    • Car hire
  • Breakfast
    • Breakfast in the room
  • Wi-Fi/internet access
    • Free WiFi
    • WiFi
    • Internet services
  • Parking
    • Free parking
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