Oct 26 - Oct 27
Everything was fine! It was quite close to bus lines.
Oct 28 - Oct 29
The bad things: Room not too clean. Bathroom moldy. Beds saggy, uncomfortable. Linens does not have a crisp and clean feel. Towels were dingy. The good things: the host was nice and very helpful. He even drove us to the train station. He cooked a great breakfast. The location was nice and peaceful. ...
Our room was clean and much larger than I expected. Breakfast was delicious. Maurice was very accommodating. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Just keep in mind that this is a small European Inn. There are no elevators.
The room was clean and of decent quality but the shower situation made it about impossible not drench the entire bathroom. Breakfast was excellent!
Nov 1 - Nov 2
I didn’t like it at all. Dirty, beds are bad, tv is small, no programs. Shower is bad
I took a lot of time researching hotels and was excited for this one. Sadly it’s been disappointing and I wish I could ask for a partial refund, if only for the fact that there is not sufficient heating in my room. The room is also not soundproof, the walls are very thin, and whenever someone comes ...
Oct 26 - Oct 27
Nov 18 - Nov 19
Book a bed and breakfast in Dublin
A romantic getaway awaits when you book a bed and breakfast in Dublin. The beauty of renting a B&B is that each one is unique. A farm B&B is cozy and rustic, while a luxury B&B provides top-of-the-line luxuries, including in-room jet tubs and thousand thread-count sheets. And let’s not forget the most important part of its name…breakfast! Bed & breakfasts are famous for putting out a great spread each morning. Fill your plate with fluffy pancakes with maple syrup, hot eggs right from the pan, and a cup of hot coffee to help get you ready for the rest of your day.
All are welcome at Dublin bed n breakfasts
Some cheap accommodations are designed to simply give travelers a roof overhead and a comfortable bed to sleep on between adventures or business meetings. This definitely isn’t the case with a bed and breakfast (also known as a breakfast inn). The right B&B doesn’t just host your vacation to Dublin, it becomes part of it. In many cases, travelers get to know the manager of the B&B, as well as mingle with other guests. Many B&Bs also arrange activities for guests, such as hikes in the area, bird watching outings, or fun game nights.
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