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Lucan Spa Hotel
N4 Lucan
Lucan
Dublin

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There's no mistaking the authentic charm of the Lucan Spa Hotel. From the unique copper tower on the roof to the cheerful familiarity of our staff, there's nothing else quite like it. Originally part of the Sarsfield Estate, the hotel commemorates the legendary Irish cavalry commander, Patrick Sarsfield, and retains much of the charm of another era. The superbly appointed bedrooms offer all the essential home comforts such as television, iron and ironing board, tea and coffee making facilities, and direct dial phone. The Lucan Spa Hotel also boasts two restaurants, the Hanora D' Restaurant which serves classic dishes in style where weary travellers and relaxing guests can sit back and enjoy the good things in life at Sunday Lunch or Evening Dinner. For more casual dining, the comfortable surroundings of the Earl of Lucan Bistro offer fine food in a most relaxing atmosphere. If you wish to get out and be active whilst you are our guest, then there's a world of choice on your doorstep. Championship golf courses, walks in the valley of the Liffey as well as the excellent selection of shops in the Liffey Valley Shopping Centre are all near to the hotel.

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