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19 Temple Lane South, D2 Dublin, Ireland – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.5/10! (score from 316 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Barnacles Temple Bar House.
|Bed in 6-Bed Female Dormitory Ensuite|
|Twin Room with Private Bathroom|
|Bed in 8 Bed Mixed Dormitory Ensuite|
|Bed in 10 Bed Mixed Dormitory Ensuite|
|Triple Room with Private Bathroom|
|Quadruple Room with Private Bathroom|
|Bed in 11 Bed Mixed Dormitory Ensuite|
|Bed in 6 Bed Mixed Dormitory Ensuite|
|Bed in 4 Bed Mixed Dormitory Ensuite|
|Double Room with Private Bathroom|
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Barnacles Temple Bar House's staff speaks: Spanish, English, German
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24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Shared Lounge/TV Area, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Heating
Spanish, English, German
2:30 PM - 12:00 AM
1:00 AM - 10:30 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
Children older than 16 years are welcome.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking for more than 6 people, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Based on 316 reviews
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In the center of Dublin’s cultural quarter, the award-winning Drury Court Hotel is ideally located just 215 yards from Grafton Street and is surrounded by Dublin’s best dining, theaters, and shopping....
Score from 729 reviews Very good
The Times Hostel has modern, simple accommodations close to Trinity College, Grafton Street, Temple Bar and O'Connell Street. All bedrooms have private bathrooms and feature new showers and toilets.
Score from 565 reviews Good
Only a 5 minute walk from Temple Bar in central Dublin, The Charles Stewart offers spacious rooms with private bathrooms with shower, free Wi-Fi, and full Irish breakfasts in a charming Georgian style...
Score from 2599 reviews Good
This elegant Georgian hotel in central Dublin is just a 2-minute walk from O' Connell Street and very close to Temple Bar.
Score from 1390 reviews Good
Great location about as central as you could get to Temple Bar. Easy check in, friendly staff.
Room was very cramped and there was lots of noise from fans/plumbing/doors all night plus it was very hot. Be prepared its very basic but the location is all.
Facilities, clean comfy bedroom Great kitchen They give you ideas about what to do in Dublin/ where to travel to in Ireland on a poster wall in the kitchen
Quite noisy at night (bars are just outside) You'll have to wait for staff to open the front door at night. Why isn't there any key for guests?
Great option for the hostel traveller. Private rooms were a bit pricier, but given the location still a good deal. Set in a really lively area, easy to get around and to the main stations. Also, great kitchen!
Bit noisy at night, but if you're setting up in Temple Lane that's probably par for the course.
Right in the heart of Temple Bar.
Noise, beds, kitchen.
The location and price and how friendly staff are
Location was great, staff were very helpfull and the bunks were comfortable which is always a bonus!!!!!!
the light for my bunk didnt work only two bunk lights worked out of six!!! i mention this to one of the staff members she said she will send a email but the light never got sorted it wasnt a big problem but it would of helped at night instead of using my phone to find things. The toilet made a loud noise when flushing so that wasnt good at night when people were sleeping.
staff were super friendly and helpful! great location if you want to be close to heaps of bars, also not far from the castle, shops and trinity college.
one room was spacious, another i stayed in so cramped i couldnt get into the locker under the bed, shower/toilet a little small also. breakfast was very basic.
The evening walks.
All was good.
The location was perfect for exploring Dublin for the first time
For a hostel it was clean and comfortable. Location was right in the middle of things so easy access to all that Temple Bar has.
I stayed for 2 nights in this hostel with my boyfriend, we had a room with a private bathroom. The room wasn't big but very comfortable, very nice and with everything you need. The position is perfect because you are in the very centre of the Temple Bar! The staff is very willing and kind.We really liked this hostel and I think it is our favourite!
The only thing is that, above all during weekend, because of its central position, is quite noisy, but actually I was able to sleep quite well!
Very handy to shamrockers. Staff very helpful & friendly
Very noisey due to location.
Great location. It's right behind Temple Bar, and very close to other Dublin attractions like the Dublin Castle. There's a stop of the both hop-on hop off busses a block away. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The breakfast included juices, fruit, and cereals. I spent 1 night in a 6-bed mixed ensuite. The beds in this room were foam and very comfortable. This room was on the backside of the building and so it was quiet. I spent 1 night in a double by myself and had a shared balcony. The balcony had a great breeze and had a lovely side view of Temple Bar. The bed wasn't foam and wasn't AS comfortable, but was still comfortable! WiFi is free and reaches your bedrooms!
There was a mix up in my booking. I was supposed to be in a female 4-bed room, but ended up in a mixed 6-bed room. They said they had emailed about it, but I never received the email. Fortunately, this was cheaper so I was okay with it. Also, the girl who helped me was so nice; she made all sorts of accommodations to make up for this mix up. This room faced the back of the building, so it was quiet, but no breeze. Fortunately there was a fan. 3 or 4 of the people in this room were international students looking for long term housing, so they had a lot of luggage. The room was small (you get what you pay for), so it was really difficult to move around. The size of the room is really much more suitable if your bags/backpack fits in the locker under the bed. Also, the room had a heavy mildew smell. I attribute this to the towels and lack of circulation. I really enjoyed my second room, which was a double. It was on the street side of the building, which meant there was people walking by from the bars until about 3 or 4 am. I didn't mind this, but others can find this bothersome, so be prepared.
Right smack dab in the middle of party central and the staff were wonderful - very helpful.
Location is good, just in the heart of town. The price is fair, not so expensive.
The breakfast is really poor. The front door was closed when I got back at 5 am and I had to ring like 100 times for the receptionist. It is really for young peeps coming to Dublin for partying. If you wanna sleep good, that is not your place.
I really liked the convenience of the hostle to Temple Bar the only down side was to noise of the party animals outside it went on till 7 o'clock In the morning. The room was clean the other guests were great and with th exception of 2 everyone was in bed for 12 o'clock. One small concern was that the staff while friendly didn't tell myself the running of the hostle. I forgot to pack a towel and didnt know what to do so I had to run down 4 flights of stairs to see a notice on the wall in reception about hiring one trivial I know but simple information to pass on. How the kitchen worked as well. I have no real complaint it was cheap and cheerful and friendly. I would stay there again
The noise from the party animals outside
Cramped room. Room's door handle fell off when I closed it.
Clean, good location, good staff.
Disturbance at night, but inevitable when sharing and being in the temple bar.
Location was perfect
Just the toilet flush needs attention not working properly.
Location. good value for money,
The doona on the bed (top sheet). Far too heavy for the time of year. I was sweating all night even with the window open
Its in the middle of the city, better location imposible
Its too expensive! Maybe it was the season, but 85€ with no breakfast....
That they held my bags while I did a Shamrocker tour.
That I had to carry my suitcase up stair
far too noisy at night time
The location that's about it really
Rude member of staff with red hair , accused us of not paying for all our part members. He needs more customer service training.
Comfortable mattresses and free breakfast of white bread, jams, juice and coffee-tea-cappuchino machine. Location is good, right in centre of Temple Bar, so close to airport bus and city centre. Big, airy self-catering kitchen.
Very lukewarm check-in and check-out, no warmth or smile from receptionists. Dorm room, which was advertised on my booking reference as 'spacious' was tiny and cramped. En-suite toilet and shower was tiny with no ventilation and a bit grubby. I would not stay here again due to the poor nature of the dorm rooms.
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