St. Patrick’s Cathedral
Perhaps the most famous church in Ireland, St Patrick’s Cathedral Dublin is certainly the biggest and with a 43-metre (141 ft) spire, the tallest. Seeped in history, this is a beautiful cathedral and is the National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland. It’s near the hotel so take a stroll and be inspired by this monumental work of art.
A National Treasure
St Patrick’s Cathedral was founded in 1191 and since 1870 it’s been the national cathedral for the whole of Ireland, drawing chapter members from each of the twelve dioceses of the Church of Ireland.
The most famous dean here was Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver’s Travels amongst other things. This is one of our favourite things to do in Dublin.
Ok so you can book a self-guided tour or tickets to one of the many concerts and events at the cathedral.
If you’d like to join the congregation at a service, take a look at the timetable of services through the week.
There is a regular bus service called “Aircoach” departing from Dublin Airport every 15 minutes from 10 past the hour. The nearest stop to The Fitzwilliam Hotel is Grafton Street, near Trinity College which is a 10 minute stroll from the hotel. An adult ticket costs €7.00 per person or €14.00 p.p. return. Alternatively a taxi will cost approximately €30.00. The taxi rank is located outside Terminal 1 on the arrival level. Travel time is approximately 30 minutes.Read More
We can arrange a transfer from Dublin Airport to The Fitzwilliam Hotel by private car and driver. There are a variety of vehicles available depending on the number of guests and quantity of luggage. For more details please contact our concierge team on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01 4787000Read More
The 5 Star Fitzwilliam Hotel in Dublin offers secure parking for hotel residents. Valet parking is provided on a complimentary basis however, an overnight charge of €20.00 is applicable.Read More