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The Holyhead Hostel

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The best of Dublin is just a few minutes away from our front door:

O'Connell Street is around the corner, Trinity College and the Grafton Street area right across the Liffey river.

Walk 10 minutes and find yourself enjoying a Guinness in the famous Temple Bar district.

The Holyhead Property offers simple but clean and affordable rooms in a warm and easy-going atmosphere,

24h hot showers, free Wi-Fi - and kind staff ready to assist you!

The Holyhead is located beside the Central Bus Station (Shuttle to/from the airport every 10min), and Connolly Railway Station: you have the whole of Ireland at your fingertips.

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Important Information

All of our rooms are private, with a sink. Toilets and showers are shared.
Please note that our Twin, Triple and Family/Friends rooms are a mix of Singles, Doubles, and Bunk beds.

Interested in booking the BUDGET PRIVATE SINGLE? Please read:
This room is a VERY small room with no window! It looks more like a (nice) decorated prison cell than a hotel room. This is WHY it is the cheapest available private room in Dublin!
Our other PRIVATE SINGLE is a regular sized single room (with a window).

Cancellation policy: 72h 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 23:00 .
Check out before 11:00 .

Payment upon arrival by cash, credit cards, debit cards.

Taxes included | Breakfast not included | No curfew | Non smoking

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