ABOUT The Ferryman
The Ferryman Dublin
Built in the 1780’s by Lord Cardiff, The Ferryman comprises of two listed Georgian buildings full of character and restored to their original splendour. In the past, the ferry crossed at this point bringing workers from the north to the south quays. Today it offers modern hotel accommodation with tastefully decorated well equipped bedrooms in a convenient city centre location.
Each of the twenty two en suite rooms include remote control colour televisions, direct dial telephones, ISDN lines for the business traveller, and tea and coffee making facilities. The hotel offers a selection of room layouts and welcomes groups of all kinds.
The Ferryman Pub offers the visitor a warm and traditional pub atmosphere with lively entertainment.
The South bank Restaurant located on the first floor serves excellent cuisine through the day which can be enjoyed while having unrivaled panoramic views over the River Liffey. You may choose from its varied menu offering local produce and presented with flair.
- Family Room