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I work for an airline so I travel extensively. Not even in any third world country have I had 2 people crammed in such a small room. My father is not tall but kept bumping his head on the ceiling. We even looked at another...More
lovely bed and breakfast a short bus ride from the centre of town.
the staff were warm and welcoming and the food was yum!
no bath in our room but everything was very clean and comfortable.
would be sure to stay here again.
(March 2006) My wife, niece and I booked our last 2 nights in Ireland at the Egans House. We had to call the hotel for directions as the construction in and around Dublin is unbelieveable.
The facility is two large, somewhat older residents that have...More
I got Egan's House from this site and was suprised at the low price in comparison to the other hotels I had looked at.
Please do not let this put you off - it is not in anyway reflective of the service, which was out...More
We stayed for a short, mid-week break.
The staff were lovely from the outset - we got a bit lost and they directed us to the hotel.
When we arrived, (at 11am, 3 hours prior to the normal check-in time), Ricardo on the front desk...More
I think the City Centre Hotels like Jury's Inn may be a better option to be honest at that time of year for the sake of a few euros per person and you are at the centre of things whereas Egans is a bus ride away
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"don't think this would matter as quiet road, I had front room and had no issues with noise"