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Dublin

Dublin, Ireland

Places of Interest

The Royal Hospital Kilmainham

is a classical jewel amongst Dublinís historic properties, consistently delighting guests and delegates with its exceptional atmosphere, stately grandeur and unrivalled setting. One of Irelandís oldest buildings and originally inspired by Les Invalides, the RHK was built in the 17th Century. Today this historic and tranquil haven is a unique venue ideally suited to host conferences, meetings, gala dinners, product launches and exhibitions and can cater for 370 theater style and 270 banquet style. www.rhk.ie

Guinness Storehouse

is the home of Guinness, Irelandís No 1 international visitor attraction and an exciting and unusual venue for meetings, events or gala dinners. The entire building, which has been carefully restored to preserve its fascinating industrial heritage, is available for hire, accommodating up to 1,300 persons for a reception. An array of meeting rooms can cater for events and banquets of up to 180 persons theater style and 300 participants banquet style. No visit to the Guinness Storehouse would be complete without taking in the incredible 360 degree views of Dublin city from the Gravity Bar while enjoying a pint of the black stuff! www.guinness‑storehouse.com

Malahide Castle

set on 250 acres of park land in the pretty seaside town of Malahide, was both a fortress and a private home for nearly 800 years and is an interesting mix of architectural styles. The Great Hall of Malahide Castle has been the formal Banqueting Room of the Castle since 1475, and continues to play host to private and exclusive banquets. Guests dine in what is considered to be one of the most important medieval rooms in Ireland and are entertained by the String Quartet nestled in the Minstrelís Gallery. Guests are led into the Great Hall of Malahide Castle where a sumptuous 6‑course banquet awaits. The evening may conclude with traditional Irish musicians or with the simple, unique sounds of the Castleís renowned Irish singer and harpist. The charm and old‑world elegance of this exclusive banqueting venue offers a unique experience that is Malahide Castle. Private banquets can be held in the medieval Great Hall for 30 Ė 76 persons. www.malahidecastle.com