A Review that is very informative and helpful for visitors travelling to Dublin and are looking for a good bed and breakfast in Dublin City Centre. This review also includes travel information

Posted on TripAdvisor on 5th February 2015 by a Guest from Lancashire UK
“What a gem! Amazing value. Great location.”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed yesterday

Stayed here for a weekend break. Chose the hotel purely for the value. At £113 for 2 nights at a weekend, it was an easy decision. AirCoach from the airport to Trinity College at 6 euros each, around 20 minutes. The hotel is a 10 minute walk from Grafton Street which is well lit and a nice area .

It is a lovely Townhouse which was welcoming and clean. We were offered a room on the ground floor or a slightly bigger room if we wanted to go up on the top floor. We opted for the top floor (around 4 sets of stairs). Lovely size room, bathroom (A shower so powerful, I felt like i’d been in a washing machine!) TV, Tea, Coffee, etc. Products. Opening window and views over the street. The bed was very comfortable! We didn’t have breakfast, but I believe it is 9 euros. We had a lovely weekend around Grafton St, Temple Bar, which is quite expensive for drinks, around 14 euros for a Guinness and a Red Wine. Amazing meal at Oliver St John Gogarty’s, which was a set price of 20 euros each for a two course dinner in their restaurant. (Which we did both nights as it was so good). Just a fabulous weekend and an amazing little gem of a hotel with friendly staff. We will definitely be going back.

For more infomation on accommodation in Dublin and expecially if you are looking to stay in a small hotel or guesthouse in the centre of Dublin, we recommend the following: –

Bed and Breakfast Dublin stay at Waterloo Lodge

Small Georgian Hotel in Dublin City with free car parking and wifi check rates at Baggot Court Townhouse

Stay in Ballsbridge Dublin 4 near the RDS visit Morehampton Townhouse website for special offers and best rates

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