Address84 Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin 1 DublinSee nearby area
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Glen Guesthouse is a three Star B&B, located in Dublin city centre, only a half hour drive from Dublin Airport, 10 minutes walk to Temple Bar, Trinity College, Croke Park..etc We are near all bus and train amenities. We provide luxury accommodation to meet the needs of all holiday makers wishing to see the sites of Dublin. All our bedrooms are en suite, TV, tea and coffee making facilities.
Each luxury three star room in The Glen Guesthouse has its own remote control colour TV, Direct-Dial Telephone, Tea and Coffee making facilities. All our bedrooms have an en suite, TV, tea and coffee making facilities and are fully equipt with power showers for ultimate comfort. Please note we do not have facilities for very small children.
During the day Dublin's city centre is filled with tourist locations which are open for public viewing. When day turns to night, Dublin becomes a hot night spot filled with different types of entertainment to suit all needs. There are a range of different clubs and pubs in Dublin's city centre, with different themes and different types of music. Whether you're into clubbing or quiet, cabaret or kariokie, you'll find a place to suit your taste in Dublin's city centre, all of which are within walking distance of The Glen Guesthouse.
Services & facilities
- Free Breakfast
- Cable TV
- 24 Hour Reception
- Internet Access
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