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Glenogra is a family run guest house with twelve beautifully appointed bedrooms.

Rated Four-Star accommodation by Bord Failte and Five Diamonds by RAC and AA.

Glenogra is a family run guest house with twelve beautifully appointed bedrooms.

Opposite the R.D.S. and Four Seasons Hotel, Glenogra is close to amenities including Sandymount DART station, bus routes, the Air Coach, car ferries, embassies and a range of excellent restaurants and traditional bars.

Rated Four-Star accommodation by Bord Failte and Five Diamonds by RAC and AA.

All our rooms are en suite and non smoking. Every room is provided with hairdryers, colour television, tea and coffee facilities. A full Irish Breakfast is served every morning in our dining room.

Free Parking facilities are provided for our guests.

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Highlights

  • Free Breakfast
  • Laundry Facilities

Important Information

All our bedrooms are en-suite, and provided with a flat screen TV, radio, hairdryer, telephone, tea & coffee facilities, and have free Wi-Fi.
Within easy walking distance you'll find a cosmopolitan blend of traditional and ethnic restaurants, as well as a couple of pubs you might like to visit.
Chose from our award winning breakfast menu (Georgina Campbell 2007), and our friendly staff will bring you the perfect start to your day - our home baked muesli and traditional brown bread simply must be tried!

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Hotel Amenities

  • Breakfast Included
  • Hairdryers

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  • Laundry Facilities

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