The guesthouse is situated on Parliament Street, in the heart of Temple Bar, with its lively pubs and restaurants.
The rooms were all renovated in 1999, and are of a good, no-frills standard. They are clean and tasteful, with en-suite bathrooms, television and direct-dial telephone. Most rooms are of a good size, but some may be a little small.
There is no restaurant.
The guesthouse is comprised of two traditional 18th-century townhouses.
The lobby is tiny, consisting of just a reception desk, and is situated on the 1st floor, adjacent to the small lounge area where continental breakfast is served in the mornings.
This is a comfortable, if basic, guesthouse with an excellent location. There is no lift, so access to the 1st floor lobby would be difficult for elderly or disabled.
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10 kms to the nearest airport (dublin airport)
Location Central, Temple Bar
Category Tourist Class Traditional Bed and Breakfast
The place was very hard to find, being that the entrance was just a little door beside a restaurant. The bed was uncomfortable and I barely got any sleep because of this. The shower was good but I was a bit surprised there was no shampoo around as there has been in previous hotels I have stayed in, not a big deal, just a little annoying. Friendly staff and the open 24 hours made it very easy to go out and enjoy myself and not worry about getting locked out of my hotel. Even though the price was good and the staff were friendly, I doubt I'll be staying here again.
2 out of 5
Not very wellcoming and could do with a little decorating.Also ...
Not very wellcoming and could do with a little decorating.Also i dont consider cheap white sliced shop bread and a bowl of cornflakes a continental breakfast!Also no tea making facilities in the room which i thought was standard in all hotels.Doubt whether id stay there again.
This is a low budget hotel in a very central location in Temple Bar. It is old and quirky with friendly staff. The room was adequate with crisp and spotless linen. The shower was a bit dodgy though - but overall our stay represented value for money. The location is right in the middle of some of the best restaurants and amenities in Dublin.
3 out of 5
Dreadful hotel, wouldn't even call it a hotel. There was ...