Address1 Upper Leeson Street Dublin 4 DublinSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
The Leeson Lodge is located on Leeson Street Bridge, an exclusive area of Dublin city close to St Stephen's Green and graciously over looks Dublin's Grand Canal on a street of Georgian Houses. It is full of character and old world charms with high decorative ceilings, old furniture and a very warm welcome for our guests. The Leeson Lodge is the annex of the Leeson Bridge House guesthouse.
This lovely Bed and Breakfast is very close to St Stephen Green and all the attractions of Dublin city - concert and exhibition centres, theatres, lively pubs, restaurants and the main shopping areas of Dublin city. The Leeson Lodge is easily accessible to the Dublin city Airport, ferries and Train Stations by local Buses, Taxis, Luas and Dart train services with the Aircoach stopping outside our door. The Leeson Lodge offers guests a relaxing and stress free visit to Dublin.
Special features include:
30 en suite bedrooms
Complimentary WiFi in every Room
Disabled Friendly - Breakfast Room
Guest Lounge - 24 hour Reception
Car parking - Sheltered Garden and Patio
Tea + Coffee facilities - Iron
Hairdryer - Cd Player
Alarm Clock Radio - Telephone
Lifts - Luggage Storage
Cot + High Chairs - CCTV
Services & facilities
- Bicycle Parking
- Free Parking
- Laundry Facilities
- Towels Included
- 24 Hour Security
- Free WiFi
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