€35 per night
€35 per night
Abberley House, Dublin, Ireland

Abberley House

Dublin, Ireland - 19 Upper Saint Columbas Road,, Drumcondra
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  • Remarkably clean
  • Perfectly safe
  • The staff is outstanding
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Nice Stay ... Located well and near to Busstations,short route to DublinCentre an airport .Very snugly room with comfortable bathroom.Good beakfast (i loved the Smile-croquettes),but sadly-as usual in Irland- brackish, unswallowable coffee.better have tee so...;o)
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Description - Bed and breakfast

Welcome to Abberley House a family run Victorian townhouse bed and breakfast near the centre of Dublin city.
Abberley House is FHOI approved.

Abberley House is full of character and old world charms with high decorative ceilings, old furniture and a very warm welcome for our guests.

3 day special* Special Events
November-April 35. 00 Euro
May-October 40 Euro
Special events Euro 45. 00
All above rates are per person sharing per night and include breakfast

The rooms in Abberley House are all individually decorated and are fully equipped to ensure a very enjoyable stay.

Facilities in Abberley House include :

All rooms Ensuite

TV & Video

Hairdryer

Clock radios

Tea & Coffee facilities

Iron & Ironing Board available

Super King size bed available

Credit Card acceptance

The space
  • Property type: Bed and breakfast
  • Guest rooms/units: 4
  • Year built: 1900
  • Renovated: 2003
  • Public classification: 5
Bed and breakfast accommodations

Lowest price available: €35

Double Double Ensuite Triple Triple Ensuite Twin
  • Check-in: 8:00am
  • Check-out: 10:30am

Bed and breakfast amenities

Beach Golf Pool (indoor)

Room amenities

All rooms Ensuite TV & Video Hairdryer Clock radios Tea & Coffee facilities Iron & Ironing Board available Super King size bed available Credit Card acceptance

Clock radio Coffee/tea maker Ensuite Fax machine Hairdryer Iron/ironing board Private bathroom Refrigerator Telephone Television (cable/satellite) VCR


Neighborhood

We are located in a quiet residential area one mile from city centre and 4 minute walk from bars and restaurants.

Points of interest
  • Botanic gardens
  • Zoo
  • Halpenny bridge
  • Writers Museum
  • Dublin Castle
  • Guinness Brewery

Policies
Price details

€35 - 75 per night

Rates are per person sharing per night and include breakfast

Credit cards accepted on location: Visa

Booking and cancellation policy

Unless otherwise specified, booking payments are non-refundable.

payment on arrival and 72 hours notice for cancellation

Location - Bed and breakfast

19 Upper Saint Columbas Road,, Drumcondra
Dublin
County Dublin (Baile Átha Cliath)
Ireland  d9

Latitude: 53.36493, Longitude: -6.26265

How to get there

How to Find Us
Coming from the Airport take the M1 towards the city centre. After 6 miles you will see the Drumcondra Railway bridge overhead and Quinns pub on the Right hand side.

Take the 1st road on the right hand side called St. Annes road which is immediately after Quinns pub. Take the 2nd road on the right called St. Patricks road and then take the 1st road on left called St. Patricks Parade where you will find us at the very top of this road.



If you are coming by Bus (25 mins) from the airport take the number 16, 41 or 33 to Drumcondra Railway bridge and get off opposite Quinns pub. Walk up St Alphonsus road and we are located on the 4th road on the left hand side.



From the city centre:

If arriving in Dublin by train to Connolly or Heuston take the Luas to the Abbey stop on Abbey Street Lower, just off O'Connell Street . From here you can take the 41, 41A, 41B or 41C buses at the bottom of Abbey Street Lower. Alternatively, you can take the 3, 11, 16 or 16A buses from O'Connell Street.

We are ideally located for ambulatory city exploration. Temple bar, Trinity College, Dublin Bus Headquarters, O'Connell Street, the famous G. P. O building, Dublin castle, Guinness storehouse, Smithfield Village, and Grafton Street are all only 1 mile away.



How to Find Us
Coming from the Airport take the M1 towards the city centre. After 6 miles you will see the Drumcondra Railway bridge overhead and Quinns pub on the Right hand side.

Take the 1st road on the right hand side called St. Annes road which is immediately after Quinns pub. Take the 2nd road on the right called St. Patricks road and then take the 1st road on left called St. Patricks Parade where you will find us at the very top of this road.



If you are coming by Bus (25 mins) from the airport take the number 16, 41 or 33 to Drumcondra Railway bridge and get off opposite Quinns pub. Walk up St Alphonsus road and we are located on the 4th road on the left hand side.



From the city centre:

If arriving in Dublin by train to Connolly or Heuston take the Luas to the Abbey stop on Abbey Street Lower, just off O'Connell Street . From here you can take the 41, 41A, 41B or 41C buses at the bottom of Abbey Street Lower. Alternatively, you can take the 3, 11, 16 or 16A buses from O'Connell Street.

We are ideally located for ambulatory city exploration. Temple bar, Trinity College, Dublin Bus Headquarters, O'Connell Street, the famous G. P. O building, Dublin castle, Guinness storehouse, Smithfield Village, and Grafton Street are all only 1 mile away.

Nearest airport: Dublin