Address22 Marguerite Rd Glasnevin DublinSee nearby area
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Marguerite House is a recently refurbished red brick house and is owner managed. We are located in Glasnevin is famous for amongst others, its stunning Botanical Gardens.
It is nicely decorated with a welcoming atmosphere. On arrival you will be treated to Tea or Coffee and we be happy to help you in any way.
The Botanical Gardens and Croke Park (one of the biggest stadiums in Europe) are a short walk away. We are also close to Dublin City University and the Helix Theatre.
There are many pubs and restaurants situated near by.The Sunnybank Hotel and Bar with the Phraya Thai restaurant is just across the road. Also close are chinese, indian and italian restaurants.
The Mater and Bon Secours Hospitals are also located in the surrounding area.
We are located ten minutes from the City Centre and Temple Bar area by bus or car and about 15 minutes from Dublin Airport and Dublin Port Ferry Terminal.
We have en-suite rooms with cable TV. Double/Twin/Triple or single rooms available.
Breakfast is served between 8.30am and 10am approx. Full Irish, Vegetarian and Continential Breakfasts available.
Smoking is not permitted in the property.
Marguerite House is located on Marguerite Road which is just off Botanic Road, Glasnevin. A Bus stop is just 2 minutes away. All routes take you into the City Centre.Buses include No 4,13,19,19a and 83. For more information, please contact us directly.
Dublin City University,
St. Patricks College
Charleville Lawn Tennis Club,
Bons Secours Hospital,
Thai,Chinese,Indian and Italian Restaurants,
Services & facilities
- Free Breakfast
- Board games
- Cable TV
- Towels Included
- Luggage Storage
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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