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I stayed two times at Egans Guesthouse during my trip. The first time the staff was friendly and
helpful, the second time they did not really make an effort. Although they promised to give me the
same room again, when I arrived it was taken...More
I stayed at this B&B for two nights. The place is not far from Dublin city, but you need to use the bus stop on Prospect Avenue. 4-5 minutes walk to the bus stop Harts Corner. The staff were helpful and friendly. All is OK...More
I stayed at this hotel for two nights, March 31st 2012- April 2nd 2012. I payed 97 euros inkluding breakfast and parking.
The room: I stayed in room 49, which is a small attic room at the top of 4 very narrow stairs. The view...More
We had a beautiful time in this nice and relaxing guest house.
The website says exactly what you'll find.
If you're travelling from Dublin Airport save money arriving by bus (DublinBus lines 16a or 41).
Lovely and quiet hotel close to buses and city center (20-minute walk). Very helpful staff. Good breakfast (cereal, sausage, eggs, fruit, juice) for 8 euros which is not included in the price but that seems to be typical of Ireland. Typical small bathroom but that’s...More
I think the City Centre Hotels like Jury's Inn may be a better option to be honest at that time of year for the sake of a few euros per person and you are at the centre of things whereas Egans is a bus ride away