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Hotels near Phoenix Park in Dublin
Looking for a hotel near Phoenix Par in Dublin? Look no further than the 4 star Red Cow Moran Hotel in Clondalkin located just a short 15 minute drive from Phoenix Park.
Phoenix Park is known as the largest enclosed public park in any capital city in Europe and is famous for wild deer who live in the park making it ideal for a fun family day out. The park is open 24 hours a day all year round boasting many great attractions. And the best part is that admission into the park is FREE of charge.
The Red Cow Moran Hotel in Clondalkin is located just off the Naas road in Dublin and only 15 minutes from the Phoenix Park. We are Ideally located next to the Luas red line that will take you to Heuston station that is a 5 minute walk from Phoenix Park.
WHAT TO SEE & DO @ PHOENIX PARK
Dublin Zoo is home to over 400 animals from around the world and praises itself for its conservation and breeding programmes.
The Red Cow Moran Hotel offers family offers all inclusive family passes and packages to the zoo for just €259!
Phoenix Park Visitor Centre & Ashtown Castle
The Phoenix Park Visitor Centre displays information and historical interpretations of the Phoenix Park from 3500BC to the present day. Adjoining the Visitor Centre is the fully restored Ashtown Castle, a medieval tower house that dates before the 17th century. Admission is free to both attractions.
War Memorial Garden
Located near Phoenix Park, War Memorial Garden features sunken rose gardens, herbaceous borders and makes for a pleasant walk along the River Liffey.
Bloom int he Park
Bloom in the Park, organised by An Bord Bia on 30 May - 3 June 2019 is Ireland's leading horticulture and food festival and takes place every year over the June Bank Holiday weekend. Exhibits at the festival will include gardens, sculptures, botanical art, craft displays as well as open farmyards available to the public.