Address67-68 Lower Gardiner Street DublinSee nearby area
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Offering modern rooms with free Wi-Fi in the centre of Dublin, this Georgian property is located just 100 metres from Bus Aras central bus station. Guests can enjoy hearty, full Irish breakfasts.
Connolly Rail Station is only 100 metres from the guest house, and Trinity College is only 10 minutes’ walk. Both the bustling tourist district of Temple Bar and Croke Park, the home of traditional Irish sports, are 15 minutes’ walk away.
Each bright room at Adelphi Guesthouse has its own private bathroom, and a TV for guests to relax with. Tea and coffee is available on request.
An extensive breakfast menu is served in the light and airy dining room each day. Guests can choose from a continental selection including cereals, fruit juices, and eggs cooked to order.
Please note that photographic ID is required upon check-in.
Parking spaces at the property are limited and cannot be guaranteed upon booking. They need to be reserved in advance with the guesthouse. This can be done using the contact details given on the booking confirmation.
All children under 12 years old can stay free of charge when using existing bedding. 12 years and older are charged EUR 25 per night for additional bedding.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Designated smoking area
- Ticket service
- 24-hour front desk
- Tour desk
- Free WiFi
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