Ultimate Luxury at Dublin's Doorstep
The K Club is conveniently located 35 minutes from Dublin's city centre, ideal for guests looking to marry the idyllic Irish country retreat with the all that the capital city has to offer.
Dublin has been voted in the top European cities to visit the last number of years so it is no surprise that it offers a great deal to any of its keen visitors. Dublin has its historic side with interesting places such as The Ha'Penny Bridge, Trinity College, Old Jameson Distillery and Dublin's Viking Adventure all situated in Dublin City Centre. For Traditional Irish Music lovers there is The Irish Traditional Music Centre and also Dublin Zoo for fun and adventure for the whole family.
Being Ireland’s Capital, Dublin is the home to some of the largest and most popular events and conference centres in the country. In Dublin City Centre there is The 02 Dublin, which holds concerts, musicals and other conventions. The newly built Aviva Stadium which is the home to all international rugby and football matches. Croke Park which is the GAA home ground, The Grand Canal Theatre and also The Convention Centre Dublin.
Things to do and see in Dublin:
Temple Baris said to be the cultural centre of Dublin City. It is known as a lively neighbourhood that consists of Restaurants, Café’s and Bars in Dublin City Centre.
Fondly called the Storehouse, the Guinness Storehouse is the leading tourist destination in Ireland having received more than 4 million visitors since it opened in 2000. Click here for more information.
Grafton Street lies between Trinity College and St Stephen's Green and was an elegant residential area in the 18th century. Pedestrianized in the 1980s, it is now firmly established as ' the centre for shopping in Dublin' and is often populated with street musicians and entertainers. Click here for more information.
National Museum of Ireland
Walk into the National Museum of Ireland on Kildare Street and you are magically transported back in time. A stroll through time will take you all the way back to 7,000BC. The National Museum of Ireland has three locations in Dublin, with a strong emphasis on Irish art, culture, and natural history. Click here for more information.
Located off Dame Street, Dublin Castle serves as a very important conference center for the Irish government and is the venue for several major yearly international meetings. The captivating history of Dublin Castle goes back to the 18th century, although an earlier form of the castle was already erected on this area as far back as the 12th century. Click here for more information.
Dublin Zoo is the biggest zoo in the island of Ireland, and is located in Phoenix Park. Established in 1830, Dublin Zoo is the world’s fourth oldest zoo and is home to more than 235 species of wildlife and animals. Click here for more information.
Tactically placed in the center of Dublin at the end of Grafton Street and indicating the beginning of Dame Street, Trinity College is highly accessible and can be very easily reached from any point in Dublin. Trinity College is the oldest and grandest university in Ireland and lies on a 40-acre site just south of O'Connell Street Bridge. Click here for more information.