DCU All Hallows
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DCU All Hallows
The History of All Hallows
Celebrate Irish Heritage
All Hallows College was founded by Fr. John Hand in 1842 when he acquired Drumcondra House with the support of the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Daniel O’Connell, and Archbishop Daniel Murray.
Over the next 174 years, All Hallows College-educated over 7,000 students, first as a seminary and later as a third-level institute, to serve communities with its values of justice, service, and leadership central to its teaching.
As a visitor to the campus, you can track its history in the Heritage Exhibition and relax in the reflective garden beside the All Hallows Chapel itself is a renowned landmark in the local area.
Travelling Alone Or Together
At DCU All Hallows we offer a range of room types, perfect for groups families or those travelling alone. Our value accommodation comes with free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee making facilities as well as a work desk. Some accommodation is available with shared bathrooms.
Our family room offers an interconnecting double bedroom and a twin room. This en-suite room offers privacy for those staying with their family.
Before exploring Dublin or attending a conference its important to fill up for the day. On All Hallows campus we have a selection of dining options perfect for any event.
All Hallows Main Dining Room
Conveniently located next to our conferene centre the main dining room is available all year round for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The dining room seats up to 300 people and is perfect for both formal and informal banquets.
For something more casual, our café is the perfect place for casual dining. Catch up on your emails during a conference or just enjoy a coffee before heading out.
Explore All Hallows
Unlike any hotel, the tranquil grounds of DCU All Hallows offer something to explore. The sanctity of All Hallows was designed to inspire a peaceful feeling where students of the seminary could meditate. Today our guests can explore the tranquil gardens as well as visit the chapel.