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New Irish CEO of Etihad Airlines – Congrats Ray Gammell

Ex- Irish Army officer, Ray Gammell, has been appointed as Interim Group Chief Executive Officer of Etihad Airways Group.  Ray, who hails from Bray in County Wicklow joined Etihad in 2009.  Ray has 20 plus years’ leadership experience and started his career as a Cadet in Ireland’s Military College in[…]

Dublin’s Magnificent Botanic Gardens

On your Dublin visit be sure not to miss the magnificent Botanic Gardens in Glasnevin. Located near city centre just 3 km from O Connell Street, the National Botanic Gardens are an oasis of calm and beauty, and entry is free. A premier scientific institution, the gardens also contain the[…]

Christ Church Cathedral- Amazing Stories that are worth telling!

“Wanting to Escaping from your usual environment?” and thinking of increasing your travel personality as an intellectual traveler?… Your definitely in the right spot!!!. Its about time to leave your current spot and must-see the magnificent cultural heritage of Dublin. Christ Church Cathedral is situated in the former heart of[…]

The Church Pub – Mary’s Street

A few minutes walk from our apartments you will find the amazing Church Pub. In the centre of the pedestrian-only shopping area you will find an old church which has been preserved and partly transformed into a pub, cafe and formal dining establishment. The parish of St Mary’s was founded[…]

St Valentine – visit his Reliquary here in Dublin

St Valentine’s Day is gradually becoming a big event on the Dublin Calendar. At Halfpenny Bridge Holiday Homes we already have our first 2017 Bookings for that special day of romance and love – February 14th. Dublin is a great place to bring your loved one for a celebration. There[…]

Experience the Dublin Music Scene

On your holiday be sure to explore the current Dublin music scene. Remember all of our apartments are at the heart of the Capitals music activity. If you are interested in Traditional, Rock or Classical there are venues within walking distance of our apartments.

More Chinese Tourists coming to Ireland

It is estimated that during 2015 almost 45,000 Chinese visitors came to Ireland. China is a massive market and the UN World Tourism Organisation have calculated that around 120 million Chinese people travel abroad every year. They are also big spenders and leave behind $165 billion in destination countries.  Tourism[…]