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Built in the 1780's by Lord Cardiff, The Ferryman comprises of two listed Georgian buildings full of character and restored to their original splendour. In the past, the ferry crossed at this point bringing workers from the north to the south quays. Today it offers modern hotel accommodation with tastefully decorated & well equipped bedrooms in a convenient city centre location.
Each of the 22 comfortable en suite rooms come complete with remote control colour televisions, and direct dial telephones. Being a listed building however, it was not possible to install an elevator, and may not be suitable for those who find climbing stairs difficult. Although most of the rooms are have a double bed or two single beds, there are also has a number of triple & quadruple rooms making it a suitable venue for parties of 15 to 20 people.
Dining & Entertainment
With it's late night bar at weekends and lively atmosphere, it is most popular with the under 40's and we would not recommend it for older folks.
The Ferryman is situated on Sir John Rogerson's Quay, overlooking the River Liffey and facing Dublin's International Financial Services Centre. The City Centre is just a fifteen minute walk away up the river's quays.