x The average starting price for a place to stay in Dublin is £54 per night.
Malahide Road Kinsealy, MalahideExcellent 92%
18 Seamount view, Malahide road Swords, co. DublinExcellent 91%
Lital_Ireland I stayed at Seamount House for 10 days. The room is very lovely, well decorated, Fresh& very clean linen. I stayed few days in en suite room, and also in the standard room. Inside both rooms there's free internet access, Tv, Tea/coffee facilities, hair dryer and also car parking. Great place with warm atmosphere!!! Thanks to amazing Elaine, the hostess of this place. She is very helpful, very kind and really nice person. She gave me maps of all the attractions in Dublin, and also timetables of the buses around. Breakfast is great, all the things I asked for my breakfast, was served. Really great service!!! There's big shopping center near by, and shops around the main street. I definitely recommend this lovely B&B . And surely come back to "Seamount House" again on my next vacation in Ireland.
Paul McG I was very happy with this Hostel and would recommend it without question My only problem was that as i had arrived a little later than "cleaning hours" the bathroom had been destroyed by the other guests and tiptoeing around the mess was a bit aggravating. Also the show appeared not to be serviced regularly and the sink was leaking. Then again for 10euro for the night, it was perfect - the beds were comfortable and warm and everyone was cheerful!
18-21 Anglesea Street Temple BarAwesome 88%
sofiasvard Four nights, good sized doorms, nice beds. Clean and quiet. Staff is great and the common room as well. Kitchen is all good and breakfast too but there aren't really enough plates and such. Otherwise it's a great stay and the location is perfect!
doitnowmk Great hostel, conveniently located by most sites, staff excellent and VERY helpful....saved money with their suggestions. Cold at night
yen2002uk The bus stop from Limerick to Dublin is not bus station.. I got the problem to find it at the beginning.. I could feel somewhere around there, but nobody on the street know where it located.. There I decided to go to pub for a drink and ask where it is..
lindathors We stayed in Abigails for three days, and found it really comfortable! It was our first hostel-experience, and our expectations were low - but they were blown to pieces. Super location; In walkable distance for EVERYTHING, not noisy (we lived in the 4th floor), pretty clean (exepct for one black hair in the bed and a bit of mold in the window), really nice and friendly staff, and the breakfast was simple and delicious. The rooms felt safe, and the beds were comfy. The Airport-shuttle was also really helpful, and cheap enough for our wallets. We will absolutely recommend Abigails. - The Norwegian girls.
jenniesue Globetrotters Hostel was a great place to stay in Dublin. It was only a couple of blocks from the bus and train station, and a short walk to O'Connell Street, Temple Bar, Grafton Street, etc. The rooms were large and the bunk beds were arranged to give privacy and a quiet night's sleep. The bathroom was clean and ensuite. By far the best part of this hostel was the full Irish breakfast (the same breakfast the adjoining B & B gets). It was delicious! One downfall: the free internet offered is only on one computer and was always occupied during my entire stay. However, there is a cheap (2 euro per hour) internet cafe across the street. I would definitely stay here again.
liljozee I stayed on a room of 6 beds with a bathroom. I haven't been on many hostels, but I can surely say that this is one of the best. It's better if I start talking about its flaws: maybe it is a little expensive for me (I'm from Spain) and one thing I didn't like was that the shower it's not movable. All the other aspects are nearly perfect, starting from the friendly atmosphere there was in the hostel. Breakfast was great, maybe because I love self-services meals!
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