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A quiet property in the heart of Dublin...
Breakfast in bed included for every guest.

Once upon a time, way before Ryanair began to fly in millions of visitors to Ireland, even long before the first Aer Lingus flight took off, moreover when the Wright brothers were not even born, just later to invent flying, The Holyhead opened its doors for sailors that crossed the Irish sea, departing from the Welsh port town of Holyhead. This was in 1804 and the founders of one of the first B&B-s of Dublin in all probability had no idea how ideal the location would prove for the travellers of the twenty-first century.

A decade before the worlds very first locomotives steamed along, a century before the engine of the first omnibus revved up, when the major overland means of transport were horses, who would ever have imagined there would be a train station (Connolly Station) and a central bus station (Busaras) just around the corner? Or that those few pubs on the opposite side of the river would later multiply, and become the world famous Temple Bar nightlife area?

Two hundred years have passed since then, a lot of history for Dublin, this newly cosmopolitan, very vibrant city is now part of a different country. Answering the call of the age of travelling, the easygoing staff gave a twist to the interior and the atmosphere of the old Guest house, and created a cool and cosy little property, Dublins smallest. We have enough time and attention for every guest, so come tired traveller, stay with us for a few days!
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  • Breakfast Included
  • Laundry
  • Breakfast