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Charleville Lodge
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Charleville Lodge is an elegant Victorian terrace of houses located in the Phibsborough area of Dublin City, near to Croke Park, The Mater Hospital, Phoenix Park and within easy reach of Dublin Airport, car ferries, many historical sights, theatres, shops and restaurants. Beautifully restored and tastefully refurbished in a traditional manner, Charleville Lodge is often referred to as boutique accommodation. It offers our guests inimitable service and comfort in an atmosphere that is welcoming, attentive and personal. The spacious secure car park to the rear of Charleville Lodge is at the disposal of our guests.

In addition there are excellent Golf courses within easy reach of the hotel. Many golfers choosing to stay with us allow us to make their reservations at such well-known clubs as St.Margaret's, Luttrellstown or Portmarnock Links. We would be happy to arrange your tee times and travel arrangements. Charleville is often referred to as "boutique accommodation". It offers our guests inimitable service and comfort in an atmosphere that is warm, welcoming, attentive and personal. Our rooms have private facilities, colour television and direct-dial telephones. An elegant and adjoining television lounge is provided for guest use. The Charleville Lodge has 30 rooms on 2 floors.

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