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Creature comforts at Dublins Harrington Hall


For travellers who wish to stay at one of the many lodging places within the heart of Dublin one of the most recommended would be Harrington Hall. At a mere five minutes away from the main streets of Dublin, the building is one of the best regarded in the city. It effortlessly shows off its old Georgian styles while meeting the very cosmopolitan needs of both visitors and the locals in the city. It has gained widespread acclaim for maintaining a the highest levels of service and hospitality. Harrington Hall can be found amidst the old arched Georgian doorways that can be found at Dublin’s side streets next to St. Stephen’s Green. In fact, Harrington Hall is strategically located in the city as it is near some of popular hangouts in the area. It is adjacent to Grafton and O’Connell Streets and is also near Temple Bar and a good number of Dublin’s art galleries, museums and theatres – all of them a mere 10-minute walk away. Harrington Hall has also played a part in Dublin’s political history. It was once the home of Timothy Charles Harrington, the mayor of Dublin back in the 19th century. Being home to a politician Harrington worked to make the house acquire a stately elegance. This can be seen in the pillared entrance, the tastefully designed public areas and the lounge that is fitted with period furniture. These elements seamlessly meld with the ceilings with its original castings. Each bedroom in Harrington Hall was designed individually to follow the architecture of the building. The Georgian theme is still diligently followed in all of the rooms but modern amenities and facilities have been included. Harrington Hall is well known for its impressive breakfast menu that is served at the basement dining room. There is secured parking within the grounds for travellers who bring their own car. Travellers who rent cars are becoming increasingly common in Ireland. This is because a car trip is now a popular choice in touring the country.