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Let me start by saying that, I am amazed
how elegant their Lounge.Five stars itself!
A few weeks ago I had experience of having an
afternoon tea with my friends in Fitzpatrick
Library Bar & Lounge.
It took several minutes before anyone came to
The castle is beautifully decorated in Victorian decor. You get a sense of austerity and elegance from the moment you drive up the main road. The lobby has 2 fireplaces with a warm, roaring fire. The concierge desk is helpful and friendly. There is a...More
Stayed in one of the holiday homes which is in the building next door. OK it's not as glamorous as the main hotel but it was a whole flat with a large fully equipped kitchen, dining area, sitting room, large bedroom, a large bathroom and...More
We booked this as the price was reasonable but I can't say I'd be back. The room itself was spacious and clean but the service in the bar and restaurant was unbelievably slow. The barman seemed to be working two bars on different floors and...More
It’s been a few years since we visited the Fitzpatrick but we took the chance for an impromptu lunch on a wet April day, not wanting to chase a parking space in town. Tables in the lobby were all reserved so we parked ourselves in...More
Response from Mark S, General Manager at Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel DublinResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for taking the time to review.
I am delighted to hear you had an enjoyable lunch in the Library bar and Lounge.
Hopefully we will be able to welcome you back again soon.
Director & General Manager
If I had only one day for a day trip, leaving from Fitzpatrick Castle, I would go to Powerscourt House & Gardens and also make a slightly further side trip to the Powerscourt Waterfall near it a little more to the south... More
If I had only one day for a day trip, leaving from Fitzpatrick Castle, I would go to Powerscourt House & Gardens and also make a slightly further side trip to the Powerscourt Waterfall near it a little more to the south -- both well worth the trip. That answer assumes you have a car although you may be able to book a tour that includes transport.