Comprised of 2 restored listed Georgian buildings, The Ferryman Townhouse overlooks the River Liffey. Good-value rooms and a lively pub and carvery lunch are just a mile from Dublin’s centre.
Built in the 1780's by Lord Cardiff, each room is now well-equipped with modern facilities including a TV, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities.
The Ferryman Townhouse has a traditional-style Dublin pub that has a wonderful atmosphere and has retained its old-world charm. Come and enjoy a pint of Guinness, or join in with the locals for a traditional Irish welcome.
The Bord Gais Energy Theatre, which is home to West End hits, is 300 meters from The Ferryman Townhouse's door. The 3Arena concert venue is across the river.
Located beside the iconic Samuel Beckett Bridge opposite the Convention Centre, the Ferryman Townhouse offers a central base to explore Dublin's attractions on foot or taxi.