Our stay at this b and b was anything but grand. The pictures on the web are often not what the house looks like and embellish it's true nature. The proprietor watched us like a hawk and we felt not at all at ease. The breakfast tasted like from the local gas station. The rooms were incredibly small and I would never return. I also noticed strange noises during the night and share the feelings that this place is haunted.
The area is far from the city and one must take a bus. The best part of the location was the pub across the street.
- 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