Address7 Parkgate St Dublin 8 DublinSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Newly renovated and refurbished and ideally located opposite Heuston Train Station and AIRLINK(airport bus) bus stop this cosy and friendly guest house/ hostel has been family run for the last 40 years so you know you will get expert local advice and information making it the perfect choice for your stay in Dublin.Overlooking the river Liffey and world famous Guinness brewery we are within a short walk of Dublins top tourist attractions (less than 10 min walk from Jameson distillery,Guinness storehouse ,Temple bar, Kilmainham Gaol, National museum of Ireland, Dublin zoo,Phoenix park Europes largest enclosed park!) and were even situated on the Luas line (Dublins light rail system)bringing you right into O Connells St in 5 mins or anywhere else in Dublin !All rooms are ensuite with free WiFi,free breakfast,free bed linen/ and towels. Cable TV and tea/coffee making facilities in all private rooms.We have very comfortable dorm rooms available for groups or backpackers on a budget.Car parking is available in the hotel next door for a nominal overnight fee or at Heuston train station for 7euro for 24hours.
We also offer free luggage storage for guests and also have a luggage storage facility for the public ideal for travellers using Heuston train station
Hope to see you soon at The Tipperary House Dublin!
Please note latest check in time is 11pm- if you are arriving later than 11pm please contact the property directly after booking to confirm your specific arrival time.
Services & facilities
- Free Breakfast
- Towels Included
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
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