An oasis of calm in the heart of Dublin 4, just a stone's throw from the Aviva stadium. The guest house has been recommend as one of the top 100 places to stay in Ireland.he house was built in 1850, during the reign in England of Queen Victoria.
The Guest house was rated as one of the top 500 hotels in the world for customer service by Expedia customers, an honour only one other (five star) Dublin location has been awarded.
The original Victorian features of the house have been lovingly restored, and alongside the best of modern amenities, including free wi-fi and immaculate, modern bathrooms, award winning food and world class hospitality. Features of the Victorian period include the bay windows, iron railings, Flemish brick bonding, stained glass windows, slate roofs and sash windows, all of which can be found in the house.
From a junior suite with a wealth of original Victorian features, spacious family rooms, twins, doubles or the more recently added standard rooms with large, bright windows looking out on to the leafy and peaceful garden, there is most certainly a room to suit you and your budget.
Enjoy a mouth watering selection of home baked goods, each lovingly prepared using only the best of Irish ingredients. Soak up the atmosphere in the tranquil dining room, overlooking beautiful Victorian city garden. Coupled with tasty home baking, you can enjoy a selection of specialty teas and a blend of Swiss coffee.