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O'Neills Pub & Accommodation
Come and sample a unique experience and stay at an historic Dublin city centre pub
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Ideal Dublin Location
Treat yourself to an authentic taste of Dublin and stay at O’Neill’s Victorian Pub & Townhouse. Step back in time and experience Dublin at its very best right in the heart of the old city. The discerning visitor will discover that above this Victorian gem are eight tastefully decorated bedrooms with modern bathrooms and Free Wifi throughout.
O’Neill’s offers a wonderful accommodation alternative as the place simply oozes period grace and charm. The Victorian exterior features flowers throughout the summer months and the pub’s dark wood interior has seen little change down through the years.
Dining at O'Neills
O'Neills is a traditional Irish pub with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere in the heart of Dublin. We pride ourselves in offering quality, wholesome food using the best local produce. Dining in our Victorian Bar is a unique experience and the perfect setting to enjoy our traditional Irish dishes and pub classics. Our creamy pints of Guinness are famed by locals as being one of Dublin's finest.
Nearby Dublin Attractions
Immerse yourself in the inimitable charms of Dublin which has an abundance of attractions. Those include museums, art galleries, theatres, shops & pubs for you to enjoy. Whatever your reason for visiting Dublin, be it business or pleasure, O’Neill’s offers excellent accommodation, friendly hospitality and great food & drinks.
Sports & Fitness
We are delighted to partner with Trinity Sports Centre, located just a minute's walk from O'Neill's. Guest who book accommodation directly on our website will have access to the Trinity Sports Centre's gym, swimming pool, climbing wall.
In 1911 Michael O'Neill, a man from Tipperary, came to Dublin on the lookout for a suitable pub to purchase. After careful consideration he chose Great Brunswick Street in Dublin 2 (now Pearse St). Located between the bustling docks & the busy train station at Westland Row it had the perfect mix of dock workers & travellers for his business to thrive at that time. These were politically turbulent times in Ireland and the immediate area was a hive of rebel activity. Tipperary rebels Dan Breen & Sean Treacy often sought shelter above his pub, they were joined at times by Michael Collins & others during the War of Independence (1918-1922). From those early days he grew his business which has sustained four generations of the O'Neill family. Today, Hugh, Gerry & Maurice O'Neill Jr carry on his vision by welcoming patrons from all over the world. Very few family firms last over 100 years, so we salute our forefathers for their tenacity in keeping this business going through those difficult times, especially Michael for his wise choice all those years ago.
Michael O'Neill (D. 1933)
Edmond O'Neill (D. 1962)
Maurice O'Neill (D. 2007)
Ideal Dublin Location
Located just opposite Trinity College and the famous O’Connell Street and Grafton Street only a few minutes walk away you will not find a better city centre location. Minutes walk from the best of Dublin’s tourist attractions & venues as well as the Convention Centre, Bord Gais Theatre, The O2 & the Aviva Stadiam.