The Boardwalk, Dublin 1
The Boardwalk, first opened at the end of 1999, has proved to be one of
the city's most successful Millennium projects. As well as allowing a
pedestrian route close to the river and an opportunity to sit on one of
the sun-drenched benches or quaff a coffee at riverside kiosk it gives a
wonderful perspective of the south banks of the city.
Made famous by the TV show Bachelors Walk is the riverside road between the Ha'penny Bridge and O'Connell Bridge. It served as a commercial quay until the construction of O'Connell Bridge (then Carlisle Bridge) until 1795. From then it became a fashionable residential area for lawyers and solicitors.
Now you can stroll along the Liffey Boardwalk which runs along part of the northern bank of the Liffey.
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Room only basis. Breakfast is available at the hotel, priced at €15 per person for full Irish and €12 for Continental breakfast. ... more
Over the past 10 years I spend an average of 190 nights per annum in hotels throughout Europe and the USA, and the Trinity is my favourite hotel of all! The friendly staff and the accommodation make for an enjoyable stay.
Really nice hotel, staff very helpful. Bed very comfy and rooms nice and warm, would recommend it to all.