Address19-20 DOlier Street Dublin 2 DublinSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
A stone's throw from Temple Bar and O'Connell Bridge, this modern hostel in a converted church has a selection of tidy four- and six-bed rooms, one large dorm and 25 rooms with private bathroom. It's more like a small hotel, but without the price tag. A continental-style breakfast is included – a rare beast indeed for hostels. Maximum stay is six nights.
Our independent authors have visited Ashfield House and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Temple Bar.
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Book Exchange
- Cable TV
- Common Room
- Breakfast Included
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
- Linen Included
- Luggage Storage
Description provided by property
Ashfield House is Dublin's most centrally located hostel. We're just one minute's walk to Trinity College, Temple Bar and O'Connell Street as well as bus stops to the airport, ferry terminal, Guinness Storehouse and Heuston Station.
All rooms are ensuite, from private rooms to our multi-bedded rooms. Breakfast is included and consists 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 safety deposit boxes and Internet terminals (small fee), an international payphone, drink and snack machines and a fully-equipped kitchen.
We're open 24/7, with a great check-out time of 11.30am on Saturdays and Sundays.
Best of all, we've got a lift so you don't have to drag your luggage up and down stairs.
Please note that children under 16 are not permitted to sleep in shared dorms.
Please note that when making a booking for a dormitory that we will try to keep your group together but we cannot guarantee that your group will all be in the same room.
Interesting places nearby
Next to the chapel is the dining hall , originally designed in 1743 by Richard Cassels (aka Castle) but dismantled 15 years later...
Graduates' Memorial Building
The 1892 Graduates’ Memorial Building forms the northern side of Library Sq. North of it are tennis courts in the open area known as...
Clockwise round Front Sq from the Front Gate, the first building is the chapel , built in 1798 to plans made in 1777 by the architect...
Between Trinity College and O'Connell Bridge, the Screen shows new independent and smaller commercial films on its three screens.