- Reviews: 57
At the hostel on Mount square-...
At the hostel on Mount square- something: in previous times it was a church, but then someone turned it into an hostel. So you can still see some remainings of the church: the colourful glass windows and the boothes where you were talking with priest to have you let forgiven your sins, they turned it to telephone boothes!! :-))) So, there is still lots of talks there...
See above. ;-)
- Reviews: 128
clontarf is just north of...
clontarf is just north of dublin city centre, by about a mile. it's right on the sea and is quieter than dublin. it's a nice location if you're looking to relax but still want to get into the city centre quickly. besides being about a half-hour walk, there are several good bus routes. they have a nice little website at http://www.clontarf-online.com/ if you want to check it out.
oh yeah, and it has a castle which is now a very expensive hotel. i'm not saying that's the only accomodation - far from it. but some people like castles and it is kinda cool. they've got a bar there if you want to see it without paying to stay there.
- Reviews: 2297
GLENMORE HOUSE, a GUESTHOUSE...
GLENMORE HOUSE, a GUESTHOUSE and a lovely one.......
depends on how many persons and which room!!!
near the Airport and buses nearby to travel to DUBLIN or you could take a taxi.......which is more expensive, but faster and more comfortable, depends on how much money you am willing to spend!!!
- Reviews: 2297
depends on the number of people e.g........
nice rooms, friendly reception, you can get whetever you like......endlessly friendly and helpful people!!
- Reviews: 2297
depends on the number of persons etc..
always good, always surprising and making you think in the morning: WHERE AM I ??????
- Reviews: 201
I stayed in a youth Hostel,...
I stayed in a youth Hostel, not the ideal since I am a person that likes my comforts, but for such a large number of people (11) wanting to stay somewhere cheap, it was ideal.
£15 including some sort of breakfast
- Reviews: 168
You MUST use the following...
You MUST use the following website for research:
My firsthand experience - The Townhouse B&B was wonderful and very helpful staff. A single (small!) ran 45.punts or approx. $54.us. This incl. a huge brkfast! It is right next door to Globetrotter Hostel (which was full almost all the time). Trinity College is the PERFECT location! Brkfast included for 45.punts or $54us. I would definitely stay here again!
re; all accommodations: Call ahead or get help with reservations from tourism office. Dublin is almost always full up!
Next time I would try to find something closer to Temple Bar if possible.
I often saw that typical prices listed were around 25 to 35 IrishPunts for B&B however, I couldn't seem to find any single accommodation B&B for less than 45 EIR Punts ($54US).
- Reviews: 3
The Old School House hostel in...
The Old School House hostel in Dun Laoghaire was great. Not crowded, very clean, in a nice town, and close to DART station. Easy to get into Dublin. In Dublin, Avalon House was good. Compared to many hostels I've stayed in throughout Europe, this one was very clean and well run. Pretty good breakfast too. Book ahead; it's popular. It's right in the city centre, but it's on a pretty quiet street with several restaurants.
I don't remember how much these places were, but I remember I was very happy with the price (and I'm pretty cheap). The one in Dun Laoghaire was the cheaper of the two because it was outside of Dublin.
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