Abraham House enjoys a reputation as one of Ireland's most popular hostels and is located right in the heart of Dublin city.
All rooms are ensuite and include clean, fresh linen (provided at reception) and breakfast consisting of cereal, toast, yoghurt, tea, coffee, juice and sometimes eggs, fruit and muffins.
We have free guided walking tours of Dublin city every day, plus a ton of other free stuff, such as free Wi-Fi (lobby only), free luggage storage at reception and free city maps and guides.
There's also a fully-equipped kitchen, Internet terminals (small fee), an international payphone, safety deposit boxes (small fee), towel hire for only '1 and drink and snack machines.
We're less than one minute's walk to the local supermarket, the LUAS tram and bus to Dublin Airport, less than three minute's walk to O'Connell Street, the bus to Guinness Brewery and Connolly and Busaras Stations, and less than six minute's walk to Trinity College, Grafton Street and Temple Bar.
Please note that children under 16 years of age are not permitted to sleep in shared dorms.
Please note we have a 48hr cancellation policy. All cancellations must be received before 2pm two days before arrival otherwise they will be charged a cancellation charge equal to the first night's accommodation. Please note we have a 7 night maximum stay policy. During busy period you could be asked to change room however your room type will be honored or upgraded. Children under 16 are not permitted to sleep in shared dorms. Balance on all groups of 10 persons or more are due four weeks prior to arrival. Groups of 10 persons or more are required to fill in a code of conduct form on arrival and leave a refundable damages deposit of 20pp to a maximum of 300, depending on the size of the group. This deposit may be paid in cash upon check-in, or the party leader may give their credit card details as a guarantee for this and will be refunded on the morning of departure when the rooms have been checked.
Abraham house is a tourist hostel, for short- term stays only. Hostel management reserves the right to cancel or amend a booking for anti-social behavior towards hostel staff and/or guests, or non-adherence to our terms and conditions.
Very cheap... But you get what you pay for. The whole place smelled like something was rotting, and there was black mold and insects around the windows and in the picture frames. The bathrooms flooded regularly and were filthy, the beds were horribly uncomfortable and the carpets were mildewy, and the "included breakfast" was toast, cereal, and overdone hard boiled eggs. The front desk was always busy, and the people at the desk were minimally helpful at best. I felt gross there, find someplace else to stay!
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Nice and clean hostel. I would book with them again if I were to go back to Dublin.
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