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Arty house Dublin south has garden views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Dalkey, 0.7 mi from Dalkey Castle & Heritage Center. Really enjoyed my stay here! Beautiful house, great room with a bathroom. The host Rhona is brilliant, she gave us tips of where to visit. She really made us feel at home! She is always contactable and a wonderful host! Would definitely stay again!
Around 20 minutes’ drive from Dublin, Claremont House provides accommodations in Glenageary, 3 minutes’ walk from the train station. Each room has either en suite or private bathroom facilities. Wonderful old house with so much character. The owners are so friendly and helpful. Breakfasts are tasty. This house is only a block from the DART ( rapid transit back into the city). It is only a few blocks from the waterfront which has a great walking promenade.
Overlooking Dublin Bay, Haddington House offers rooms with private bathrooms in Dun Laoghaire’s town center, just off the main street. Free, limited parking is available onsite. The location was exactly as I'd expected and the view was a pleasure to wake up to each morning! Ideal for all local transport, and far enough out of the city centre to experience the peace and quiet of Dun Laoghaire itself.
Rochestown Lodge Hotel and Leisure center is a 3-star hotel located in Dun Laoghaire, just a short distance from Dublin City Center and has easy access to the M50 motorway. Access to the pool and spa, great breakfast, friendly and accommodating staff, very clean and comfortable.
I have visited Dalkey on 3 occasions and each time have found the people friendly and welcoming. You are spoilt for choice in terms of eateries, from small independent cafe's, pubs, wine bar and restaurants. On weekends live music can be found in the pubs and wine bar.
Dalkey renowned for fab restaurants and pubs. Village feel but very trendy. Lovely coastal walks from village and cultural venues within the village. A great place and easy access by train from Dublin city centre.
nice food,comfy beds,clean....some of the decor could do with a makeover,eg.paint peeling off ceilings and mould in the bathroom.staff need to be more efficient..long delays and excuses given of being busy..waited half hr next morning for coffee and a scone and was brought a fruit one instead of plain.had to reorder twice the night befor for 2 glasses of wine as the guy seving seem to have completely forgot about us.
Lovely area bus terminus so handy for airport and the hotel. Grounds well trimmed and lovely. Close to Hill and park and village but steep hill on return journey. Transport erratic for local buses to village and train. The bakery is lovely for home-made cakes. Dalkey beautiful spot and ideal for walkers with delightful walks to Dun Laoghaire and Killiney area as well as historic Martello tower where James Joyce wrote Ulysses.
The location and the fact that you can get there with ease from the airport by a luxury coach which picks you up just as you arrive.Its cheaper to buy a return journey on the Aircoach as it takes you all the way to your location and not having to worry about your luggage as its all taken to the venue with no hastle.
When you check out of the room go and have lunch downstairs. The Turkey and ham lunch is to die for . You will be set up for the day. Then you can stroll around Dalkey village. There a couple of lovely art galleries and shops to browse in. The best pub is Finnegans.