Botanic View B & B
Address3 Iona Road Glasnevin, Dublin 9 DublinSee nearby area
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Welcome to Botanic View B&B in our new location at 3 Iona Road, Glasnevin, Dublin 9 (formerly at 25 Botanic Road). Our new premises has been completely renovated and upgraded in 2008 so we can offer you a comfortable stay while in Dublin. Photographs of new premises will be on site from early December 2008. We are located just 15 minutes by taxi from Dublin Airport and only 25 minutes walk from O' Connell Street.
Most rooms at Botanic View B&B are en-suite and have multi-channel TV but the basic single room not en suite is at a reduced price to suit those travellers on a budget. If you are coming to Dublin for work or study purposes, please enquire about our self-catering rates whereby rooms are let on a weekly/monthly basis for those wishing to stay for longer periods.
Smoking is not permitted in any of the rooms but smoking facilities are available outside of the house.
Breakfast is served from 8.30 a.m. to 9.30 a.m. and consists of full Irish breakfast or a vegetarian option if required. A Continental breakfast is available for those who have to depart early.
Tea and coffee is available at all times and there are numerous restaurants and pubs, catering for all tastes and price ranges, within walking distance of the B&B.
There are parking facilities for guests.
Please note we have a 3 day cancellation policy
Botanic View is close to many amenities and is a convenient location from which to explore Dublin's vibrant culture.
Services & facilities
- Bicycle Parking
- Free Parking
- Free Breakfast
- Book Exchange
- Cable TV
- Laundry Facilities
- Towels Included
- Outdoor Terrace
- Luggage Storage
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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