Sandymount

Sandymount Village is just a few minute's walk from Sandymount Hotel and is considered one of Dublin’s prettiest villages.

Sandymount Hotel is a hidden gem, located between the beautiful leafy suburb of Ballsbridge and the seaside coastal village Sandymount, known for its long and breezy beach, Sandymount Strand. Sandymount is a favourite spot for walks along the seafront with views across Dublin Bay. The village of Sandymount is renowned for its boutiques, restaurants, and gastropubs.

Sandymount Village has gained a reputation for having a wealth of high-quality shopping and dining experiences marked by a friendly, local feel. With boutiques such as the Cobblers Wardrobe, Serena Boutique you can pick up some of the latest in fashion, with a gorgeous selection of female clothing for every occasion. 

Browne's offers a great selection of brunch and lunch options or head to BuJo, serving ethically sourced burgers. Marios and Petes offer a fantastic range of Italian and European favorites. O'Reillys and Mulligans are perfect for after-dinner drinks and light bites if you are looking for that authentic local pub feel.

Willam Butler Yeats was born in Sandymount, 13th June 1865. He is an Irish poet and one of the foremost figures of 20th-century literature.   

Sandymount also features in James Joyce's Ulysses, the story of a man called Leopold Bloom, who strolls around Dublin on 16th June 1904. "Am I walking into eternity along Sandymount Strand?"

Guest Review

Congratulations to management and staff who have worked hard in this family-run hotel over 3 generations successfully
developing it to a super 4 star, environmentally friendly hotel and achieving 65 years in business.
The hotel is renowned particularly for its exceptional staff, comfortable bedrooms and generous facilities, conference facilities and great food and bar. Located very close to the Aviva Stadium, RDS and Herbert Park in Ballsbridge, Sandymount village and the beach in Sandymount strand, are all within strolling distance of 1km or less. Dublin City centre is just a lovely 2 mile walk through some of Dublins most beautiful leafy streets with lots of shops bars and restaurants - en route, no matter which route you choose. Ask Bea, Ann or anyone at reception for the inside track!

It is also serviced by the DART light rail system and several frequent bus routes to city centre within 500m walk of the hotel, if you don't feel like walking along the banks of the river Dodder.
The hotel is meticulously maintained and has been given a face lift inside and out over the last couple of months. The gardens and outdoor seating areas are looking fabulous.
I look forward to seeing you all as soon as Covid-19 current restrictions are lifted. You have good reason to be very proud of yourselves and of all who have gone before you.
To John and Gerard Loughran and to your extraordinary team - Well Done to one and all. Wishing you continued success for the future. review by Pat O'Neill on TripAdvisor May 2020

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