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If you are looking for a hotel that is great value look no further. A quirky hotel layout gives a very welcoming feel. The staff including Oana and Kevin ensure that all your requirements are met with a prompt and cheerful response. The breakfast really...More
We recently stayed here the night before a trip abroad. The room was comfortable and clean , little old fashioned but added to the charm. The staff are very friendly and helpful.. I believe I read somewhere that it is the biggest pub in North...More
Stayed here on the night of my Debs as neither my partner or I drink, and didn't fancy a 2 hour coach trip at 5am with 120 drunk teenagers. Rudest staff I've ever come across, especially Richie and Patricia at reception, whose position needs to...More
Great value for alcoholic drinks food is good but I always get bar food toilets clean and good band on a Sunday night. Nice bar friendly crowd no hassel. Thats all you want on a nght out. To be fair they have very professional and...More
A friend and I stayed at Carnegie for one night while visiting Dublin. I was flying out of the Dublin airport the next morning early, so this location was a quick drive to the airport. There was a wedding reception going on the night we...More
Hi! We were stopping for one afternoon and a night on our way back to the States and that's why we chose to stay in Swords at the Carnegie Court Hotel. It's about 15 minutes or so from the airport. We never went into... More
Hi! We were stopping for one afternoon and a night on our way back to the States and that's why we chose to stay in Swords at the Carnegie Court Hotel. It's about 15 minutes or so from the airport. We never went into Dublin on this leg of the trip. On the trip over, we did stay at the Ardagh House Bed and Breakfast for three nights and did go into Dublin. The bus stop was catty-corner to the Ardagh and it took about 12 minutes on the bus into the center of Dublin.