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2 Nights at Dublin Central Inn with Flights and Guinness Storehouse Tour from £75.65pp (£151.50 for 2 people minimum) with code @ Groupon
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2 Nights at Dublin Central Inn with Flights and Guinness Storehouse Tour from £75.65pp (£151.50 for 2 people minimum) with code @ Groupon

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Refreshed 19th Sep (Posted 18th Sep)

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Decent break away and a tour of the Guinness Storehouse included

Price is for 2 nights for 2 people, other options are available, flights are from London & Bristol for the price, others available at a higher cost.

Use code CHERRY for the above price, remember to select 2 vouchers.



Included in all options:

  • Stay for one person in a standard double or twin room with direct return flights; based on two people sharing


Included in all options:

  • Guinness Storehouse tour


    Join the excitement of Christmas preparations in Dublin for up to four nights. Take a stroll through the city’s streets dressed in festive lights, browse the markets for some hand-crafted decorations and gifts and try local food.When it is time to wind down, head back to the centrally-located Dublin Central Inn. The hotel is located close to shops, theatres, and other famous tourist attractions, including the Temple Bar, located a 10-minute walk away. The en suite rooms feature minimalistic decor, TVs, private bathrooms with toiletries and hairdryers, and hot drink-making facilities.Guinness Storehouse TourTravellers are invited to take a journey through the history and process of making the world-famous beer. The Guinness Storehouse, one of the famous landmarks of Dublin, is also home to a bar boasting floor-to-ceiling windows and scenic panoramic views over the city, where guests can enjoy a complimentary glass of Guinness after exploring the attraction.

    Groupon’s Guide to Dublin

    Dublin bisects its elegant hub with the ceaseless flow of the River Liffey, the old stone bridges which connect cobbled byways to proud Georgian avenues, and verdant parks.For trips off the beaten track, skipping the usual crowds at Temple Bar and taking a stroll around the quieter parts of the local area will get visitors to a portal of arts, music, and literature at Trinity College. While there, guests are invited to visit the grand vaults of the Old Library, an 18th-century ode to knowledge dominated by impressively musty books and busts of Western writers and philosophers. An insight into Irish heritage may be unearthed at Glasnevin Cemetery Museum, the exhibits of which explore the political and artistic growth of the Republic through the generations buried in its largest cemetery. Kilmainham Gaol is one of Europe’s most extensive unoccupied prisons and is now open to the public with exhibitions detailing the country’s penal history through atmospheric audio-visual displays. Those with an eye for architecture may take a stroll by the Fitzwilliam and Merrion Squares, where redbrick terraces, brightly coloured doorways, and detailed pillars stand for Dublin’s Georgian heritage.

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mrpaws19/09/2019 09:04

Pls be careful around Dublin I was there yesterday, extremely expensive …Pls be careful around Dublin I was there yesterday, extremely expensive with inner city area very dangerous /drug/homeless crisis


Like our inner cities ?
Just checked the tour operator site, loads better and same price, but different hotel options and gives dates crystaltravel.co.uk/hot…354
mrpaws19/09/2019 09:04

Pls be careful around Dublin I was there yesterday, extremely expensive …Pls be careful around Dublin I was there yesterday, extremely expensive with inner city area very dangerous /drug/homeless crisis


'Very dangerous'? It isn't Mexico City..
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Wow what a price this is.
Not sure how this works? Is this just buying a voucher? How do you confirm the dates?
If the ops email starts with ds then Groupon link is signing you in on my laptop!!!!
Also there is no way of specifying the dates in this deal, seems to be technical error so dont know when you are travelling????
It's an extra £30 for the tour whereas the tour is only €18.50 so might as well buy tour tickets separately.
Confused how this works, what dates are available?
Just checked the tour operator site, loads better and same price, but different hotel options and gives dates crystaltravel.co.uk/hot…354
Where about’s is Dublin? Is it France? If so please let me know as am very interested
eddyh118/09/2019 18:58

Where about’s is Dublin? Is it France? If so please let me know as am very …Where about’s is Dublin? Is it France? If so please let me know as am very interested


Trip Adviser lists "95 - 98 Talbot Street, Dublin Dublin 1 Ireland". Which is very central and just North of the Liffey,

Certainly a cracking price even if it were only a pair of return tickets!

Heat added.
Pls be careful around Dublin I was there yesterday, extremely expensive with inner city area very dangerous /drug/homeless crisis
mrpaws19/09/2019 09:04

Pls be careful around Dublin I was there yesterday, extremely expensive …Pls be careful around Dublin I was there yesterday, extremely expensive with inner city area very dangerous /drug/homeless crisis



Sort of agree, we found similar 2 years ago when we went. Lots of street beggars/drug users/alcoholics trying to attach themselves to us. Beautiful city, of course, but actually not as beautiful imo as Krakow, Warsaw, Gdansk etc. and these destinations are far cheaper once there and you get far less interference.

Heat added for the great price though. But take a LOT of spending money if you want to enjoy yourselves!
Edited by: "bellboys" 19th Sep
Although the trip is cheap (heat for that) Dublin is very expensive.
mrpaws19/09/2019 09:04

Pls be careful around Dublin I was there yesterday, extremely expensive …Pls be careful around Dublin I was there yesterday, extremely expensive with inner city area very dangerous /drug/homeless crisis


Like our inner cities ?
pip9918/09/2019 17:36

Just checked the tour operator site, loads better and same price, but …Just checked the tour operator site, loads better and same price, but different hotel options and gives dates https://www.crystaltravel.co.uk/hotel-offer/REF124354


Great if you are travelling from London or Manchester but very little for flying from elsewhere.

And with no filter option to choose where flying from, having to sit and go through each individual deal to find one flying from elsewhere is tedious.
Went to Dublin nine years ago and a drugged up homeless man tried to stab me with a broken bottle. One day I mgiht go back!
Great city but expensive. Book attractions online wherever possible to avoid queues. Guinness storehouse we walked straight in whilst all the plebs stood in a long queue waiting to buy a ticket.

If you stay outside the city centre you can buy a leap card at the airport giving you bus travel for a few days.

Bar off o connell Street I think its called brannigans does a cracking fish and chips.

Like most capital cities keep your wits about you as it has its share of violence and aggressive homeless.
Edited by: "ses6jwg" 19th Sep
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At last! - a Groupon travel offer where the departing airport is closer to me than the destination!

"Done" Dublin loads of times, lovely as it is, don't have any particular reason to go back

& has doubtless been said before, you should expect long delays through border control, at each end.
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eddyh118/09/2019 18:58

Where about’s is Dublin? Is it France? If so please let me know as am very …Where about’s is Dublin? Is it France? If so please let me know as am very interested


Now I'm thinking how you even got here!
Can you remove flights and drive for cheaper
Am i doing this wrong.. Code cherry is just giving 15% off up to £20 only. Per person is 129 each..
mrpaws19/09/2019 09:04

Pls be careful around Dublin I was there yesterday, extremely expensive …Pls be careful around Dublin I was there yesterday, extremely expensive with inner city area very dangerous /drug/homeless crisis


'Very dangerous'? It isn't Mexico City..
Does a UK citizen need a passport to visit Dublin?
mrpaws19/09/2019 09:04

Pls be careful around Dublin I was there yesterday, extremely expensive …Pls be careful around Dublin I was there yesterday, extremely expensive with inner city area very dangerous /drug/homeless crisis


It's not Rio de Janeiro. Lol
snoopy1819/09/2019 09:33

Like our inner cities ?


If you read the crime statistics for Dublin it's safer than London. The most likely problem you'll encounter is embaressment when you encounter the stag/hen parties from UK in Temple Bar . I suggest avoiding Temple Bar and paying for Guinness Storehouse. Spend the saving in a nice pub on Guinness :D.
I was in Dublin a couple of weeks ago, we stayed there for 5 days added on to a weeks holiday elsewhere in Ireland, didn’t encounter any problems but it’s so expensive, the Guinness tour is ok, nothing special but enjoyed the pint which is included at the top of the storehouse with great views of Dublin. Everything is pretty much double what we pay over here, a pint of Guinness is roughly 8 Euros with a dash of blackcurrant it’s an additional 1.40. Eating out is really expensive with a bog basic main course costing about £16 to £18. A couple of restaurants do accept the Tastecard though. It’s a lovely place and I’m glad I’ve been but with it being so expensive I wouldn’t rush back.
Really, how far will you guys go to give our country away. What is this telling the EU. For the love of God spend your earnt money in the UK and keep UK businesses running. Don't let the EU infiltrate this country any further
peterdarlison224/09/2019 11:45

Really, how far will you guys go to give our country away. What is this …Really, how far will you guys go to give our country away. What is this telling the EU. For the love of God spend your earnt money in the UK and keep UK businesses running. Don't let the EU infiltrate this country any further


Eh? It's the UK that's devalued my pounds with a 25% fall since Brexit started.
If you are that concerned go live in EU and you will be able to use euros, be told how to spend them, do national service, then probably fight in an EU uniform. Good luck with that silly boy
Edited by: "peterdarlison2" 29th Sep
kez_s22/09/2019 09:38

I was in Dublin a couple of weeks ago, we stayed there for 5 days added on …I was in Dublin a couple of weeks ago, we stayed there for 5 days added on to a weeks holiday elsewhere in Ireland, didn’t encounter any problems but it’s so expensive, the Guinness tour is ok, nothing special but enjoyed the pint which is included at the top of the storehouse with great views of Dublin. Everything is pretty much double what we pay over here, a pint of Guinness is roughly 8 Euros with a dash of blackcurrant it’s an additional 1.40. Eating out is really expensive with a bog basic main course costing about £16 to £18. A couple of restaurants do accept the Tastecard though. It’s a lovely place and I’m glad I’ve been but with it being so expensive I wouldn’t rush back.


Thanks for that, I'm out! 😁


Edited by: "anthony69" 30th Sep
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