The Cliff Townhouse
Address22 St Stephen's Green DublinSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
As pieds-à-terre go, this is a doozy: there are 10 exquisitely appointed bedrooms spread across a wonderful Georgian property whose best views overlook St Stephen's Green. Downstairs is Sean Smith's superb restaurant Cliff Townhouse .
Our independent authors have visited The Cliff Townhouse and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Grafton Street & Around.
Description provided by property
Set in a listed Georgian Townhouse over 250 years old, The Cliff Townhouse overlooks St Stephen's Green Park and is a 3-minute walk to the popular Grafton Street. It offers free Wi-Fi and discounted rates at a nearby car park.
Each bedroom is individually decorated using Georgian-style antiques with contemporary glass lamps and are equipped with marble en-suite bathrooms. They also feature silk curtains and a TV.
The on-site restaurant delivers modern locally sourced cuisine and offers brunch, lunch and dinner, as well as light bites and salads. Seafood lies at the heart of the seasonal menu, which also features meat and vegetarian dishes.
Dublin’s Ferry Port is just 6 kilometres away and the start of the M50 Motorway is less than 5 kilometres from the property. The Wicklow Mountains National Park can be reached in less than 30 minutes by car.
Please note: Bedrooms are located on the second and third floors. The property does have a service lift to the rear of the building; however it services the first and second floors only.
Half Board rate:
3-course dinner inclusive up EUR 40 / person / night (excluding alcohol) at The Cliff Townhouse restaurant. To secure a table please use the Special Requests box when booking or use the property contact details found on the booking confirmation.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- 24-hour front desk
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Restaurant (buffet)
- Free WiFi
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