Address19-20 D'Olier St Temple BarSee nearby area
- +353 1 679 7734
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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.
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