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Good; Beautiful area, safe, good parking, really nice staff, good transport links, good breakfast served at your table.
Not So Good: The welcome was good with tea or coffee offered and luggage taken to our room. Our room was on the top floor [so be...More
Stayed first and Last day of 12 day tour.No complaints,All aspects of stay Top notch.If we return to Ireland on a trip and need room in Dublin the Aberdeen will be first choice.I was near the Strand,in a quiet area.
We spent 5 days at the Aberdeen Lodge and can honestly say that from the moment we walked in the door to the point of leaving 5 days later the attention to customer service was superb. The accomodation was great, The food was perfect, The...More
This was the best B&B we stayed at on our entire Ireland holiday (7 B&Bs throughout the stay). All the staff were very welcoming and we were offered tea, coffee and freshly baked biscuits whenever we walked in the door. Pat was an outstanding host...More
Charming guest house with old school feel and service. Fantastic breakfast. Staff are delightful, particularly Fran and Vanessa. Nothing too much trouble. Struggled at first with no kettle in room but got used to calling for "tea for two" ( always complete with homemade cakes...)...More
Response from Raeh255100 | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately not terribly close. Aberdeen Lodge is in Ballsbridge, a train ride south of the Liffey, and the Convention Centre is on the north side. I suggest you try somewhere closer in to Central Dublin. Good luck! 🍀