The Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club - Ireland
The Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club, now 169 years in existence grew out of the earlier Union Club closely associated with Daniel O’Connell, the 19th Century political reformer. The liberal membership continues to be drawn from the world of business and the professions. Since its establishment in 1840 the Club has occupied the same premises on St Stephen’s Green, the oldest of the great Dublin squares. The Club is located in the heart of Dublin City on St Stephen’s Green between Grafton Street and Dawson Street. We are within minutes walk of Trinity College, Merrion Square and Kildare Street.
Visiting the The Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club
Letter of introduction
You should contact the The Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club prior to your visit and supply a Letter of Introduction from the Carlton Club Secretary. Request a Letter of Introduction.
Dress Codejacket and tie, except during the summer when a tie is not required. Casual attire is favourable for breakfast.
Entry RestrictionsNo children under 12 permitted.
Opening Times8am - 11pm.
AccommodationAccommodation available for members and guests.
9 St Stephen's Green