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Griffith House

Griffith House

125 Griffith Avenue Drumcondra, Dublin, Ireland Map Send to a friend
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Griffith House

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Griffith House is a warm and friendly family home located just 10 minutes by bus from Dublin city centre.

We offer an excellent standard of accommodation featuring central heating, cable TV, hairdryers, radio and tea/coffee-making facilities. We have single, double and triple rooms, and a great breakfast is included in the rates. Downstairs, guests have access to a comfortable lounge and private garden.

We are perfectly located midway between Dublin city centre, Dublin airport and the M50 ring road, which provides access to the rest of Ireland. There are plenty of restaurants and bars nearby. Marino Institute of Education, All Hallows College, Croke Park (GAA museum), Beaumont Hospital, Marino Casino, Bram Stoker museum and Clontarf Golf Club are all within walking distance.

Check-in from 12 noon, bags can be left earlier.

Check-out 11am

Cash payment only

Non-smoking policy

72 hrs cancellation policy

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Highlights

  • Free Breakfast
  • Free WiFi
  • Child Friendly

Important Information

72 hrs cancellation policy
Check-in from 12noon, bags can be left in earlier.
Check-out 11am

Cash payment only

Non smoking policy

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Hotel Amenities

  • Breakfast Included
  • Free WiFi
  • Hairdryers
  • Internet Access

inroom facilities

  • Cots Available

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