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Abrae Court Guesthouse

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Welcome to Abrae Court Guesthouse, your Dublin “home away from home.” Abrae Court Guesthouse aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year. Given the close proximity to Temple Bar (4.1 km), guests of Abrae Court Guesthouse can easily experience one of Dublin's most popular landmarks. If you are driving, free parking is available, and while at Abrae Court Guesthouse, guests can go online with free wifi. Dublin has plenty of Asian restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Pickle, Kokoro Ramen Bar, and Vermilion, which are serving up some great dishes. There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular historic sites such as Kilmainham Gaol, Trinity College Dublin, and Saint Patrick's Cathedral. Abrae Court Guesthouse puts the best of Dublin at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
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Free Parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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64Somewhat walkable
Grade: 64 out of 100
68Restaurantswithin 0.5 km
14Attractionswithin 0.5 km
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We stayed here for few days last year, rooms are the perfect size for the price paid, staff was very nice. Room was tidy, clean and cozy, amenities in room were more than enough (ketel, teas and coffee and some bisquits) Breakfast was really good as well.
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Although this is on the internet as a viable establishment, it burnt down in 17th January 2017. Whether it will re-start again is not known. So don't waste your time booking at the moment. This is a real pity, as it was very good value and we stayed here a number of times in the
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The host is lovely but let down by the guest house itself. It is very very basic and falling apart. The bed is very uncomfortable and very glad that we only stayed for a weekend. The shower facilities are poor (well in our room anyway). Close transport links to the city centre ju
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My wife and I spent 4 nights in Abrae Court September 2016. Abrae Court is situated in Rathgar, a rather eclectic neighborhood of south Dublin. The property was once the home of one of the first Jewish families in Dublin. The property is a bit aged but is well-kept. A minor d
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stayed again have been many times location suits me because i come regularly on business .it is good for any one staying in Dublin easy to get anywhere there restaurants local and easy bus ride in to city centre I am always satisfied with the room bath room tea and coffee and TV
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I have a couple of questions about your property. How easy is it to get to and from the airport? Same question for the train station. We need a room for two separate nights, Oct 22 and Oct 27. Between those nights we will be doing a walking tour in the Killarney area. Is it possible to leave a bag at your property between those two dates if we book a room for both of those nights?
Is it easy to drive from here to Dublin Ferry Port for the ferry to Holyhead? We have a booking on the 8.30 ferry on Sunday 17th July and need somewhere handy to stay on the Saturday night. Thanks.
Dublin is quite small so it's probably not too far in distance to drive to the ferry port but it is a very busy city and the roads are always busy. Might be better to find somewhere to stay closer to the port. Sorry I can't be more helpful :)
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what bus to get from the airport to here. a Also is there some sort of bus pass you can purchase if so where from..
Hi, depending how long you are there, you can buy a freedom travel pass, lasts for 72hrs from first use.includes the interlink bus from the airport and all Dublin buses also the hop-on hop-off tour bus. We didn't use the interlink bus as it was easier to catch the no.16 bus from stand 13 at the airport drops you off at Terenure Rd,(the driver will tell you where) then it's about 10-15 min walk to the b&b :)
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how many rooms are there and what is the price for breakfast. Is the food kosher.
if i remember correctly, about 20 rooms, maybe a few more. their website is off so i cannot confirm. it is not a kosher supervised b+b. they stock kosher breakfasts frozen and will heat and serve for you, and will probably do the same for lunches or dinners if you arrange in advance. the breakfast is not cheap but fair by the pries of local restaurants. i went to the supermarket and bought cornflakes. the rooms have a fridge and kettle.
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Do you have an e -mail address?
"Best to check with Nina Lynn and describe your needs."
"Prepare for a hostel type of B&B"
"Check that everythink functions (including the water taps) before receiving new guests."
"Maybe get bigger TV's "
"Don't!! bother"
IrelandProvince of LeinsterDublinRathfarnham
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