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Amenities of Schoolhouse Hotel
2-8 Northumberland Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin
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Facilities within the Property
|Food & Beverage|
School dinners never tasted so good! The Canteen Restaurant provides an exciting selection of French and modern Irish dishes (A La Carte Menus) for both lunch and dinner in intimate and atmospheric surroundings. Also full irish Breakfast is served there. A former classroom of St Stephen's Parochial School, the atmospheric Schoolhouse Bar has developed a reputation as a popular meeting place in Dublin. The surroundings are in keeping with the old world ambience found elsewhere in the hotel. The bar contains a mezzanine area and private lounge and serves food each day. Areas of the Bar may also be reserved for company get-togethers after work - a wide range of tempting finger food is available.
Located on the first floor, the Deane & Woodward Boardroom can accommodate up to 18 delegates in a Boardroom style layout. Features include natural daylight and air-conditioning.
The following can also be arranged to meet your Corporate requirements:
. Breakfast meetings with clients or colleagues in the award winning Canteen Restaurant
. Morning Coffee or Afternoon Tea in the Inkwell Bar
. Reserved areas of bar for company get-togethers
. Product Launches.
The Deane and Woodward will hold 18 persons in a boardroom style or 13 persons in a u-shape style.
Please Note: As the ceilings comprises of glass the boardroom may not be suitable for certain types of meetings. (i.e.natural lighting)
The Schoolhouse Hotel offers complimentary private parking to its guests.
|The Schoolhouse Hotel is located just a short stroll away from the centre of Georgian Dublin, with its many famous squares and buildings including Trinity College, the National Museum and St. Stephens Green, not to mention the city's numerous fashionable shops and malls. Other local landmarks close to The Schoolhouse Hotel include the Landsdowne Road stadium where international rugby and soccer matches are held, the RDS arena, which hosts the many exhibitions, concerts and of course the famous annual horse show, the Grand Canal which flows past The Schoolhouse and the DART station, where one can travel to Dublin's scenic coast line from Howth to Bray.|| || |
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