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The Glen Guesthouse Dublin, Ireland

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The Glen Guesthouse Dublin, Ireland

€ 30
84 Lower Gardiner Street
Town of Dublin
Score from 36 reviews
The Glen Guesthouse is the perfect family-run Dublin guest house for enjoying the picturesque cobbled streets of Temple Bar and the famous O'Connell Street - Dublin's main thoroughfare. As well as being an ideal destination for tourists wanting to see the many sights and attractions of Dublin, the Glen Guesthouse is a great place to stay for those who want to enjoy Dublin when the day turns to night. Activities / Services: Parking, 24-Hour Front Desk, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating, Fax/Photocopying, Gay Friendly ... It is just a short stroll away from some of Dublin’s major attractions such as the GPO, Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin Castle and Trinity College - home of the famous Book of Kells.
Valgerdur  — 16.1.2012.
What I like most was the excellent service I had by the people in thereception, in the dining room serving your wonderful Irish breakfast,how clean my room was all the time. How awfully nice it was to getacquainted with the staff members, how they helped to have my mobiletelephone in order, explaining how the busses around Dubline worked,which was the best direction or way to go if I wanted to go over thebridge to go into churches, museums, Trinity College, The Baptist ChurchThe Grace Bible Fellowship, go to listen to Irish folk music in songsand played on guitars and keyboard, to go to James Joyce Centre, IrishWriters Centre. How, when and where to take busses around the town andto the airport. The best of it all was the warm friendship, politenessand doing everything to help one to feel happy, relaxed and enjoyingbeing in Dublin. This relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere in Dublin as awhole was a wonder to me and the crowded streets with walking people, inthe shops, in restaurants and w
Sharron  — 25.10.2011.
I did not get what I requested (either a lift or ground floor room) Our room was clear at the top of the building. I have ms and have trouble using stairs. We were walking down to the main area of town when we passed the Best Western and went in to see if we could get a room and while we ate out lunch they made arrangements. We then went back to the Glen and advised them that we would be leaving the next day due to the stairs. The next morning when checking out they charged us 179.00 euros for the night and this was not the figure we were expecting or prepared to pay. They more or less said tought you will pay it. We paid and will not be passing on a good mark on this B&B. Highly recommend that they are greatly overpriced for the ammenities it has to offer.
Joanne  — 14.11.2011.
The hotel was spotless & the staff were friendly On first impressions we thought Oh No... but as soon as we found our room at the back of the main hotel it was lovely, all newly build smelt lovely & fresh, clean towels, clean linen. Full breakfast in the morning to. Close to the main shopping area. And only around the corner from the bus station. (bus cost us 6 euros each from the airport to the bus station) 10/15 minute walk to temple bar area. My & my husband stayed for 2 nights & we would go back to this guesthouse. The hotel was spotless & the staff were friendly. We really enjoyed our time here & Dublin is great ~ but take plenty of money!!
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