Always in full bloom, O’Neills of Pearse Street is a jewel of Victorian splendour. The O’Neill family has held the license here for over a hundred and twenty years. The pub is festooned with flowers throughout the summer and the interior is unspoiled by the passage of time.
The local area and pub is steeped in history and mentioned throughout the pages of Ulysses. The discerning visitor to Dublin will be delighted to discover that above this Victorian pub there are eight tastefully decorated Victorian-style bedrooms complete with modern bathrooms where you can step back in time and experience Dublin at its best.
O’Neills is conveniently placed in the city centre alongside Trinity College and 5 minutes walking distance from O’Connell Street, Grafton Street and all the main tourist attractions, museums and galleries, definitely a place to stay if you want something unique.
Dublin is a musical city, proud of its internationally known native musicians. The Chieftains, U2, Sinead O’Connor, Boyzone and Westlife all sprang from a long tradition of song and music-making. The pubs are full of traditional music, and live popular music is easy to find on any night of the week.
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