The The Norseman (Formerly Farringtons of Temple Bar)
is a 0 star rated hotel located in the district of approximately 600yds from the Dublin city center.
Rates from just €109 per room per night.
Situated in Dublin's thriving Temple Bar district, the Victorian bar and partitions over 120 years old, invite you to take a seat, relax and soak up the atmosphere.
We offer 5 beautifully appointed en suite rooms with the finest in contemporary design, located over the pub.
Ideal for the independent traveller, all rooms include free Wi-Fi access, flat-screen TV/DVD players, and tea/coffee facilities.
We offer a variety of hot and cold dishes throughout the day. From our delicious paninis, stuffed with a choice of tasty fillings, through to our home-made oven baked Lasagne or spicy cajun chicken, we've got something to suit all tastes.
Featuring a modern, comfortable lounge on the second floor, Farrington’s is popular with both young and older customers alike.
There are many attractions near this hotel, the closest of which being the Nightlife: Temple Bar Pub which is little more than an approximate 2 minute walk away.
Also within walking distance are the Nightlife: The Purty Kitchen, Shopping: Temple Bar, Temple Bar and Nightlife: Octagon Bar. From these attractions, if there is one you shouldn't miss it would be the Shopping: Temple Bar. This attraction has been given a 4 star rating by our reporters, making it one of Dublin's best.
Below you can find a list with all attractions along with their distance from the The Norseman (Formerly Farringtons of Temple Bar) and their price/star rating.
There are a choice of restaurants to visit within walking distance of the The Norseman (Formerly Farringtons of Temple Bar). If you're feeling like some Mediterranean food, then the La Med Restaurant is just 2 minutes walk away from the hotel. If you fancy something different, there are other restaurants within walking distance to try such as the Bistro Express (No Category), Milano (Italian), Miso -Temple Bar (Japanese) and Bar Pintxo (Tapas).
Nearby Public Transport
The stations Jervis, St. Stephen's Green and Tara Street are within 750 meters of this hotel. The Green Line, Greystones - Howth, Greystones - Malahide and Red Line can be accessed from these stations.
The quickest way to the city center (taken as Trinity College) from the The Norseman (Formerly Farringtons of Temple Bar) is by foot. It should take about 6 minutes.
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