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Anchorage Guesthouse: Good price/value - relation in the city

A wonderful host named Michael runs this friendly, centrally located guesthouse and makes you feel welcome from the very first moment of your arrival. The rooms are clean and offer the usual amenities like coffee/tea maker and TV. The view to the backyard however is not prize-winning and the walls are not the thickest. However, it is surely a good choice and more than worth the money. There is the full fry Irish breakfast which you can adjust to your taste as well as cold breakfast like bread, yoghurt and cereals. The local radio in the background adds to the familiar atmosphere. <br/>  <br/>  <br/>City centre/pedestrian zone is just a very short walk away, the railway station is over the bridge and the coach station more or less just on the other side of the street.

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  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written May 1, 2015
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Bolton House Hostel: Waterfords Worst Accomindation

I arrived a Waterford from Dublin asked my taxi driver to take me to Bolton House Hostel. He looked at me and said are you sure you want to stay there? I arrived at the hostel and was greeted by a very friendly man in a priests suit. He showed me to my bed. Olnly ý11 a night not bad I though. After close inspcetion of the hostel it was freezing no heating. No hot water. The sheets on the beds look like they had not been changed in weeks. The local people told me the man John Rochford was not a priest was infact an ex criminal and was very dangerous. I left the hostel afet 1 day and never retured. I found a nice B&amp;B instead.

In the heat of the city centre. Avoid at all cost. Know to local people as a homeless shelter not a tourist hostel as advertised.

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  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written August 8, 2004

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Bed and Breakfast

I recommend private Bed &amp; Breakfast or Guesthouse accomodation. <br/>B&amp;B price per person per night from 20 to 40 Euro.

It is not the cheapest way of living, but there are various advantages which make your holiday unforgettable: <br/>You get in contact with the locals and get a feeling for their way of life.<br/>You get in contact with other tourists.<br/>The cooked irish breakfast is excellent and keeps you full until the afternoon.

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  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Backpacking, Trains, Budget Travel
  • Written August 26, 2002
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