Wrap up and experience all of the city’s changing colours and moods
As evenings shorten and leaves begin to fall, taking a break in Dublin feels like the most natural thing in the world to do.
Number 31 is just a few minutes’ walk from St Stephen’s Green which looks glorious as its thousands of trees transform into a rich, golden spectacle. And where better to stop off than in some of the city’s many famous pubs? These cosy havens become even more tempting when it’s time to button up and wrap yourself with a scarf. Many of the city’s most famous hostelries, including Doheny & Nesbits, Toners and O’Donoghues, are just a short stroll away along Baggot St.
Looking further afield, Number 31 is the perfect base to explore Dublin during the autumn. One of the most spectacular sights is the start of the Dublin City Marathon which begins almost on our doorstep during the last weekend of October. Beyond the city centre, the new Dublin Coastal Trail highlights another fascinating dimension of Dublin: its coastline’s charming and fascinating villages, north and south of the Liffey.