Ardagh House has true Irish homeliness at heart, being as it is one of Dublin’s loveliest places to stay for a few days during your holiday or business trip. Parking is free and very available, while the dining room is perfectly situated with views overlooking the verdant garden space. For guests wanting to sit, relax and take stock of what’s to come, a homely sitting area with three sofas is the perfect place for a break from it all.
This guesthouse’s rooms are impeccably kept, with rooms clean and presentable. Beds are comfy, while TVs and en suite bathrooms equip the accommodation brilliantly. The location, nestled in the pretty Dublin suburb of Rathgar, is a great situation with transport links to the city centre swiftly available. Last but certainly not least are the experienced and unstintingly polite proprietors at Ardagh House, whose helpfulness both with things around the hotel and with your trip in Dublin cannot be understated.
With a long legacy in great B&B service, Aberdeen Lodge holds Dublin hospitality close to heart. Its prime location in the Ballsbridge district means the city centre is but a short trip away, while an afternoon’s relaxation can be spent within the lodge’s delightful gardens. The ivy-blanketed red brick building houses an exquisite old-fashioned kitchen capable of making the tastiest breakfasts, while guests popping in for a break between sightseeing will be pleased to encounter the afternoon tea service.
The bedrooms at Aberdeen Lodge are modern and up to date, while retaining an essential homeliness that places guests at an immediate, relaxed ease. The proprietors are friendly and helpful, and will happily aid you with advice organizing and getting the most out of your time in Dublin. Heading to Dublin city centre or further out to other attractions is a matter of making the short walk to the local DART train station. Plus with free WiFi throughout the hotel, informing yourself about what to see and do is easier than ever.
Abrae Court Guesthouse combines Victorian era charm with the attentiveness to service only a family-run accommodation can attain. Commonly booked when city centre hotels are empty during times of peak demand, Abrae Court offers fantastic value while only being a short distance away from Dublin’s city centre. Of particular note are the proprietors, whose friendly, helpful hostmanship is common cause for compliment and praise from guests.
Bedrooms are comfortable and each morning greets guests with a delicious, home-made breakfast. Together with the modern en suite bathrooms allowing guests to shower of a morning, you’re certain to get off to a great start to every day while staying at Abrae Court. Transport links by bus aren’t far away, meaning you can access everything you could from a city centre hotel in scarcely more than 30 minutes. Overall for travellers on a budget, this is a lovely place which capably accommodates and satisfies those lucky enough to stay.
Albany House embodies accommodation excellence, created as it was from a genuine Georgian terrace. With 50 exquisite rooms tiered to suit any guest, this hotel has the executive elegance and class to satisfy most any discerning visitor to Dublin. Rooms boast huge, plush queen and king size beds with curvaceous sofas and chairs gracing the surrounds. Tall, quintessentially Georgian windows meanwhile admit light in a delightful abundance, while modern trappings such as TV and Internet find inclusion as standard.
Those present on the reception gladly offer help with directions and planning your trip, and will happily help with luggage up the venue’s long Georgian staircases. Your route to Dublin city centre is straightforward, with St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin Castle and other prominent attractions but a short distance away. Each day, a scrumptious cooked breakfast greets you in the dining room, and it is made to perfection. As you romp about adventuring in Ireland’s capital, you can smile knowing that a sumptuous bed awaits you at each day’s end.
Leeson Bridge Guesthouse offers accommodation at a variety of tiers, whether you’re just looking for a simple room or want a full-on executive suite during your trip to Dublin. The guesthouse’s location is nothing less than supreme, located just a short way from the verdant lawns of St. Stephen’s Green. Indeed, this pretty place offers the needful holidaymaker all the modern amenities – TV, free WiFi, parking, a bar and laundry service – any discerning visitor to Dublin desires and expects.
The venue’s rooms are housed within a beautiful example of one of Dublin’s Georgian terraces, with the graceful décor acting to tribute the distant past while incorporating the perennial pleasures of modernity under its roof. Such efforts are obvious in the delightful breakfast dining room. The Leeson Bridge’s management are friendly and affable, and can offer advice and guidance to make your trip in Dublin the best it can possibly be. A lift operates on the premises, while transportation options aplenty exist very close by the hotel’s entryway.
Travellers looking to visit Dublin in the finest style needn’t look further than the Ariel House, which melds experience in hospitality with some of the loveliest facilities Dublin can offer. The old fashioned surrounds are complimented gloriously by the quality of courteousness and hospitality accompanying guests’ Irish sojourn. Both old-time charm and updated modernity are present in the hotel, whose spacious, well-furnished rooms and deluxe suites are spread across an original guesthouse and a newly constructed wing.
A variety of cooked and fresh foods, many locally sourced, are available for selection at breakfast time, while throughout the day the hotel operates its renowned afternoon tea. Perfect for the guest wanting some respite prior to heading out to Dublin town to sample the nightlife, the homemade cakes and delightful brews form a fine counterpoint to the action and vivacity to be seen throughout Dublin city centre on a given evening. Overall, the Ariel House brings dignified opulence and real character to any stay in Ireland’s capital.