Tell me a story.
Located in the heart of Dublin's most fashionable quarters, a building that was first constructed in 1878 has now evolved to become The Wilder Townhouse.
At the time of Oscar Wilde in Dublin, the building was originally used for a 'Home for Retired Governesses' and cased in beautifully restored, sunset-red Victorian brickwork, the building now boats 42 unique bedrooms, ranging in size from cosy shoebox rooms up to spacious suites.
Storytime Isn't Just for Kids
Adding to its historical charm and in a nod to its namesake, Dublin's Wilder Townhouse has just launched an Oscar Wilde turndown service making proving storytime isn't just for kids.
Alongside the standard offer of chocolate, the service will include some bedtime reading in the form of two books - Irish Fairy Tales and Legends by Una Leavy or The Complete Short Stories, by Oscar Wilde, along with a custom The Wilder Townhouse bookmark.
The Wilder Townhouse Dublin is often considered to be a hidden gem for culture and design fans who wish for a unique Dublin stay.
Every bedroom in The Wilder Townhouse is fitted with marble mosaic bathrooms with walk-in rainforest showers and fully loaded with Replica by Maison Margiela Paris products.
The Gin and Tea Rooms
Not just home to luxury bedrooms and suites, The Wilder Townhouse also offers an array of food and drink. The Gin and Tea Rooms is the place to nab your cocktail, while the neighbouring Garden Room is the hub for dinner and breakfast.
Exclusively for residents-only, it is a haven of privacy and discrete luxury for discerning travellers who value quality and intimacy.
To book a stay at The Wilder Townhouse or for more information visit www.thewilder.ie or call 01-9696598.