The Bridge House is a delightful family run guest house which is located in the heart of Temple Bar, Dublin's vibrant cultural quarter. The property is of a two-star standard and offers the same amenities as any city centre hotel.
A warm welcome awaits every guest. We welcome both individual travellers and groups of all kinds including tours, and stag and hen parties. Families travelling with children are especially welcome, and we offer a range of rooms suitable to their requirements.
All rooms include newly fitted bath/shower rooms and each of our en suite rooms has been comfortably furnished to a high standard. Rooms also have remote control televisions, direct dial telephones, and fluffy towels. Irons and ironing boards are available for guests use on request.
It is important to note that as the Bridge House is a listed building. No lift has been fitted and elderly guests or guests with disabilities may find the stairs steep.
A full continental breakfast is served every morning a extra cost does apply, and tea and coffee is available all day. Guests also can enjoy fine meals in the Bella Roma Italian Restaurant which is located on the ground floor, or in many of the other rich and varied restaurants which Dublin has to offer.
Cancellation policy: 48h before arrival. In case of a late cancellation or No Show, you will be charged the first night of your stay.
Check in from 14:00 to 22:00 .
Check out before 11:00 .
Payment upon arrival by cash, credit cards, debit cards.
Breakfast not included - 5 EUR per person per day(continental breakfast).
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