Welcome to Stauntons
on the Green
Steeped in history and heritage
Character permeates every inch of Stauntons on the Green.
But that’s to be expected when this unique townhouse has been called home
by some of Ireland’s most famous movers and shakers for the last 250 years.
Today we’re bringing new energy to this gem of a building.
Come and stay with us for business or pleasure and experience the heart of Georgian Dublin,
Perfectly placed on St. Stephen's Green with easy access to city centre attractions.
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save on walking with a stay right here in Dublin’s historic centre.
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Well appointed rooms coupled with excellent customer care and service are what make a stay at Stauntons on the Green a special and rewarding experience.
Elegantly Decorated Rooms
Designed for Your Comfort
ELEGANTLY DECORATED ROOMS
Designed for your Comfort
PLACES TO GO & THINGS TO DO
EXPLORE DUBLIN FROM OUR CENTRAL LOCATION
Stauntons hotel is on ‘The Green’; St. Stephen’s Green is a historical Dublin landmark
a renowned park and garden, located in the centre of Dublin city.
The park is an important public resource in the area, and provides an oasis of green calm
in the middle of a bustling city. Its four centuries of history are eventful and complex,
involving such important figures as Arthur Guinness, 1st Baron Ardilaun, and Countess Constance Markievicz.
Dublin is magical at Christmas time, and always worth a visit. So why not stay in the centre of Georgian Dublin.
Stauntons on the Green is a place steeped in history. Originally a terrace of three Georgian Houses, 82, 83 and 84 St. Stephen's Green, Stauntons on the Green was constructed in 1750.
Stauntons on the Green overlooks Dublin’s beautiful St. Stephen's Green park, in the centre of Dublin city, with a private entrance onto the delightful Iveagh Gardens.