Clontarf Castle Welcomes Elaine Dunne As New Director Of Sales And Marketing

By Robert McHugh
Clontarf Castle Welcomes Elaine Dunne As New Director Of Sales And Marketing

Clontarf Castle has announced the appointment of Elaine Dunne as director of sales and marketing.

Dunne began her career in sales and marketing at the Westin in Dublin’s city centre in 2005, taking on the roles of sales analyst and event executive over the following five years.

Luxury Irish Hotels

In 2010, Dunne joined the Shelbourne, in the role of events manager, and was quickly promoted to senior events manager in 2011.

She stayed with the Shelbourne as senior sales and events manager until 2019, before joining another five-star property – the K Club, in Kildare – as assistant director of sales.


Dunne has a diploma in event management and PR from Dublin Business School.

‘Fantastic Asset’

“We are thrilled to have Elaine with us at Clontarf Castle. Her experience in luxury properties is a fantastic asset to the team, and we are looking forward to working together to enhance our guest experience at the hotel,” said Sarah Flavin, general manager at Clontarf Castle.

Top 100 Companies To Work For®

Clontarf Castle is located just ten minutes from Dublin’s city centre and five miles from Dublin Airport.


The hotel ranks in the Top 100 Companies To Work For® in Europe, and it is the only hotel and luxury hotel to make the list.

AA Rosette

Clontarf Castle features dedicated art galleries, original twelfth-century architecture, landscaped gardens, and an outdoor terrace.

Set in the original twelfth-century castle walls, Fahrenheit Restaurant was recently awarded a second AA rosette for culinary excellence within Ireland.

Head chef Paul Devoy aspires to use the best of local artisanal produce to design dishes that that showcase “the best of Irish” throughout the year.