The The Lombard Townhouse
is a 0 star rated hotel located in the district of approximately 0.6 miles from the Dublin city center.
Rates from just €60 per room per night.
Situated on the doorstep of Trinity College and a stone’s throw from Dublin’s financial centre, the IFSC, The Lombard is an oasis from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Formally Mahaffys, The Lombard has been carefully renovated by The Smith Group and architects Space Projects, to reflect both the history of the fine lady that is Dublin city and her current status as one of the most fast paced cities in Europe.
The beautiful en suite rooms at the Lombard have a high-specification modern design. Each features orthopaedic beds, flat-screen TV and free toiletries.
In the mornings, The Lombard Townhouse serves full cooked breakfast.
Guests can also choose to enjoy an ‘on the run’ breakfast at an additional charge. This is delivered to the room for guests departing before 10:00 and includes a muffin, cereal bar, fruit, and bottled water.
The hotel also offers 2 and 3-course evening meals upon request.
With its fabulous terrazzo floor, dark wood furnishings and plush banquette seating, The Lombard is ideal for a quick lunch or a leisurely drink and a bite to eat after a busy day. With the addition of our 8 new guest bedrooms above our bar it is now also an ideal location to spend a night in Dublin’s city centre.
In keeping with the tradition of Mahaffys, The Lombard and our staff continue to offer a warm welcome to all.
There are many attractions near this hotel, the closest of which being the Famine Memorial which is little more than an approximate 6 minute walk away.
Also within walking distance are the National Gallery of Ireland, Shopping: Merrion Square Art Exhibition, Custom House and Shopping: Nassau Street. The National Gallery of Ireland is one of the must see sights in Dublin, with a 5 star rating from our reporters.
See the list below for all attractions and their distance from the The Lombard Townhouse.
A number of restaurants are located within just a few minutes walk from the The Lombard Townhouse. If you're feeling like some Cafe food, then the Il Caffe di Napoli is just 2 minutes walk away from the hotel. If you would prefer a different style of food, there are restaurants serving No Category (Combined Resources) and No Category (Pig & Heifer) food just a few minutes from your doorstep.
Nearby Public Transport
Within 750 meters of this hotel are a number of stations (Pearse Street and Busáras), giving access to the Greystones - Howth, Greystones - Malahide and Red Line lines.
The quickest way to the city center (taken as Trinity College) from the The Lombard Townhouse is by foot. It should take about 9 minutes.
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