Barrys Hotel


Barry's Hotel is one of Dublin's oldest Hotels (built in the latter part of the Georgian Period) situated in the City Centre, 3 minutes walk to O'Connell St. Shortly after the 1916 rising one of Ireland's greatest patriots, Michael Collins, was surrounded by the British army; he shot at soldiers from a window above the hotel reception now one of the guest bedrooms.

Guests staying at Barry's Hotel in Dublin will be sure of good value for money, excellent quality, comfort and a warm welcome.

All rooms have been designed with the comfort and convenience of the valued guest foremost in mind and the spacious guestrooms are all well-furnished and nicely equipped to give a home away from home feeling.