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We had slept in the option for a 6 bunk room where we occupied 2 of the beds. Was a nice hostel, the 6 bed room did have its own bathroom so was not shared with the rest of the house which was nice. Some...More
good location good place for good night sleep fantastic breakfast near railway station bus station hop on/off tram and of coarse for food one of the best resturants Nancy hands plus some very nice pubs on same street
I visited Ireland for the first time this past summer. My first accommodation was Tipperary House. It is centrally located on the rail line and near a museum. It was a cozy place with a nice bathroom, and hospitable, accommodating staff.
We stayed here for two nights in a family room. really comfortable rooms and ensuite, friendly owner and warm welcome. my only complaint about the room is that it needs a new mattress but even then I slept really well. Free breakfast is cereal, fruit,...More
I stayed at this hostel for 3 nights, and it was amazing. First of all, the rooms were tidy and cozy, and Mark was very attentive and full of good tips on where to eat and what to see. Good breakfast and great location, with...More
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US$29 - US$87 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Or for a more comfortable ride, I suggest hopping on the tram that leaves from Heuston Station for about €2, maybe it was less, get off at the Abbey St stop, and then catching the aircoach bus that leaves from O'Connell St... More
Or for a more comfortable ride, I suggest hopping on the tram that leaves from Heuston Station for about €2, maybe it was less, get off at the Abbey St stop, and then catching the aircoach bus that leaves from O'Connell St opposite the Gresham Hotel. Both that and the airlink are about the same price, as it's €12 round trip, and the tram is only a little bit more. The tram is great practice for getting used to Euro coins if you're not already familiar, and it runs frequently. The aircoach has great wifi, and comfy seats, and you can throw your bags under the bus. Airlink has an awkward "cage" storage on the bus itself. You can book the aircoach online, and print the confirmation, or save the order's screenshot on your phone. The only time took the airlink, it was a Friday morning, and it took nearly 45 mins. The nice thing about airlink though, is that you're going straight from Heuston to the airport, but there's lots of stops on the way to pick people up. Another nice thing about the aircoach, is that it goes straight from O'Connell St to the airport nonstop. The tram stops are also quicker than the airlink, and since the tram isn't out driving amongst the cars, it only has to stop for red lights, and its usual stops. Hope that helps!