At a glance
Witty and laconic, like the man himself, Charles Brady‘s paintings have consistently had an enthusiastic following in Ireland. Following a period in the US navy, Brady came to Ireland out of ancestral curiosity. He first arrived in the country in 1956, escaping an over-heated New York art scene.
He fell in love with the Irish countryside and settled there for a time, before spending time in Spain, and ultimately returning to make his home Dublin. Still life and to a lesser extent landscape became his subjects.
The Charles Brady Room is the most spacious of our rooms. It is approx 60sqm, has a king size bed and an en-suite bathroom with a shower. There is hanging and packing space for clothes as well a refreshment station for coffee/tea. The Charles Brady Room faces south with an abundance of natural light. You have acces to free WiFi and also have a television at your disposal.
- Continental Breakfast provided (see more what’s on offer)
- Picnic lunches available on request.
- Guest sitting room with honesty bar available throughout the day.
- Regrets – no pets, no smoking indoors
- Check-in from 15h00; check-out before 12h00
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