The rooms were clean and the breakfast was good. There are several good pubs nearby. We found finding the parking in the rear challenging. If you're driving toward the botanic gardens, pass number 77 on your right, take a turn onto the next side lane and an immediate right into a very narrow alley and then back into their small parking area. Regardless of what the owner implied, we are not dumb (one of us has a PhD in Chemistry), but we were new to the city. Our host did go beyond hospitality, by forwarding a forgotten item to another b and b. Many, many thanks for your kindness.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Guests are welcome to our family run B&B in Dublin. Come and live with us in our Edwardian townhouse where we hope you will have a comfortable stay. We have double, twin and triple rooms, all of which have own shower room, TV. After a good night's rest we hope you will enjoy breakfast. You can select from Full Irish Breakfast, Small Irish Breakfast, Vegegarian Breakfast or Continental Breakfast.Then it's time to explore The National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin Museum and enjoy various Exhibitions, Tours and investigate the Genealogy section. After all that its time to visit Dublin City Centre, so why not take the Hop-on Hop-off City Tour. We can organise tickets for this tour if required. Dont miss "The Book of Kells", Trinity, College, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Guinness Storehouse and Kilmainham Gaol, just to mention a few. In the evenings you can then visit Temple Bar and soak in traditional Irish music over a drink or have a nice meal from one of the many restaurants. ... more less