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Two night stay before flying out of Dublin. Quiet location but not far by car to near seaside resorts. Consists of B & B rooms and self-catering accommodation. Clean large room but a little dated and well used bed. Breakfast was usual for B &...More
We were fortunate to spend a night in Lusk. The Hillview House was very modern. The beds were comfortable and the service was excellent. We arrived pretty late in the evening so we had to drive to Skerries for dinner. It was not a bad...More
Stayed here on 7/6 and 7/9/17 while in the Dublin area. This property is one of the best I have ever stayed in. Beautifully landscaped and very up to date. My daughter loved the outside swing set. The property is spotless and the staff are...More
We were happily greeted by John. This is a family owned/run hotel. We arrived early & we were able to check in as out room was done being cleaned. I don't have enough words to express the attention to detail, accommodating personalities of John, Katie...More
We stayed in a 2 bed 2 bath apartment at Hillview House, Nr. Lusk for a couple of nights. We were with our Daughter, Son-in-Law and our 15 month old Grandson. We wanted an apartment to give the Grandson more freedom - and he loved...More
Response from Randall K | Reviewed this property |
Irish rail is really bad. Very slow and not as efficient as British Rail. The trains running into Lusk are not too frequent. As the traveler in the above response wrote, I also rented a car and traveled the entire country... More
Irish rail is really bad. Very slow and not as efficient as British Rail. The trains running into Lusk are not too frequent. As the traveler in the above response wrote, I also rented a car and traveled the entire country side, coast to coast.
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"Ask for a room towards the back of the house. Much quieter at night."