Address49 Lower Gardiner Street Dublin 1 DublinSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Anchor Guesthouse is a 4-storey, Georgian Townhouse, located in the heart of Dublin City with easy access to Dublin Airport and Ferry Port. Shops, Theatres, Hop on Bus Tours & many 'must see' Tourism Sites are within easy walking distance. The guesthouse offers 22 En suite, fully-equipped guest rooms.
All of our bedrooms are equipped with direct dial telephones, & multi channel satellite television. All are centrally heated & are fully ensuite with showers. Bedroom Tea / Coffee facilities are available on request. All bedrooms are meticulously serviced, tidied & cleaned on a daily basis.
Our Guest Sitting Room is enabled as a Wi-fi 'Hotspot', for wireless equipped Laptop users who need to use the Internet. Access to this service is is free of charge to our Guests.
You are welcome to Check - in with us from 07:30 AM. Rooms will be made available, at once, if unoccupied from the previous night, or as soon as is practicably possible otherwise. Baggage storage is available for early arrivals, & also for those with late onward journeys from Dublin.
Secure lock-up Car Parking is available, but must be reserved in advance, as space is limited. Parking costs 20.00 per night. We suggest that a car is not at all required at our location. Plan to hire a car, upon departure from our Guesthouse, if you plan travel onwards out of Dublin.
Services & facilities
- Cable TV
- 24 Hour Reception
- Security Lockers
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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