Fall on The Wilder Side

To welcome the Autumn months, The Wilder Townhouse has launched a very special “Fall on The Wilder Side” autumnal package. 


The Wilder invites you to experience the Wilder way of life this autumn with the “Fall on The Wilder Side” Package. Perfect for those looking to escape to an ‘Oasis of Calm’. The Wilder offers genuine Irish hospitality and warmth like no other making it truly #AnythingButOrdinary. The ideal choice for staycationing in Dublin this Autumn.


For a luxurious autumnal break with friends and family, the “Fall on The Wilder Side” package includes overnight accommodation, full breakfast – and two seasonal cocktails to greet our excited guests on arrival. The “Paloma Apple Fizz” uses locally-sourced apples, which will be served in The Wilder’s luxurious and relaxing Gin and Tea Rooms or brought to your room if preferred.


The Wilder, one of Dublin’s finest resident’s only Townhouses, nestled in beautifully manicured gardens, close to the famous Iveagh Gardens and nearby St. Stephen’s Green. This Victorian townhouse, steeped in history and lovingly restored, offers a luxurious and quiet hotel retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city.


The ‘Fall on The Wilder Side’ Package starts from €150 per room. For further information visit thewilder.ie

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