My wife and I visited Dublin from Thursday Aug.1st to Sunday Aug. 4th of this year. I had selected the Bellgrove as our choice for B & B as we had read so many positive comments from previous guests. I must say they were all correct and, thus, we were so fortunate to have the opportunity to stay with Guss and Paul. They afforded us many courtesies and gave us "the time of day" with discussion and guidance as to what would be the best to see re: the great highlights of Dublin. Our room was very clean and the twin beds were very comfortable and we had our own personal washroom with shower. The breakfast each morning was very tasty and plenty to enjoy, with coffee available 24 hrs. Very quiet facilities located right on the main bus line (really handy especially coming home in the evening). The next time we visit Dublin, Bellgrove will be our home away from home.
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- Welcome to Bellgrove. We take great pride in our home and try to make each of our guests feel as comfortable as possible. Born and living in Dublin all our lives, we take great pride in our city and have vast knowledge of what our city has to offer our visitors. We can tell you the do's and don'ts of Dublin. Bellgrove is a bungalow with no stairs or steps and we have one room with private bathroom for wheelchair users. ... more less
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