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All reviews waterloo road baggott street minute walk overlooking the garden city centre off street parking georgian dublin breakfast room is guest house breakfast is served yogurt quiet neighborhood sitting room within walking distance b bs full irish breakfast four nights
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Reviewed 27 May 2017 via mobile

Stayed here recently whilst on business in Dublin.....great room & location, good eateries and bars close by, free off street parking, helpful staff, good breakfast, free wifi, just the job, will be back.

Date of stay: May 2017
Trip type: Travelled on business
2  Thank droohoo
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Reviewed 27 May 2017 via mobile

Had a really lovely stay in this Georgian building guesthouse in Dublin. It's a walk away from the city centre in a buzzy but swish neighbourhood. Lovely high ceiling in our bedroom. Staff were very friendly and helpful with suggestions for nearby eating spots.

Date of stay: May 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank Jessica G
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Reviewed 27 May 2017 via mobile

Waterloo house has many things going for it. It is in a quiet neighborhood off embassy row, and you can easily get to the downtown action by walking, bus or taxi. They serve a hardy breakfast buffet with the addition of several hot items, which gets you on your way for the day. You will find the rooms plain, with older furniture. Beds are so-so in comfort, and some of the fixtures might need a little looksee in the repair department. The front stairs are steep and might be a problem for anyone who has difficulty climbing steps. Overall, for the price, not a bad place to stay in an expensive city.

Date of stay: May 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2  Thank CayUcusZ
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Reviewed 26 May 2017

I would not call this a 4 or better star facility as others have. We stayed at the Kilronan earlier in our trip and liked it much better. This place seemed to have no "soul". I never got the impression that we were more than units to be moved in and out. We had a room where the cold water faucet didn't work, the heat wouldn't shut off, requested more tissues from housekeeping and got 6 tissues. House keeping person didn't put all the pillow back on our bed etc. Breakfast was lovely but they say you can use the garden but we couldn't since there were three very agitated dogs that lived in the garden. Hotel was not all that convenient to the Saint Stephens Green area as reported to be. Again the Kilronan while a little more shabby in décor was much more welcoming and more centrally located. Plus the wifi kept cutting out. When we asked the person at the desk for directions or recommendations she offered to print out things from Goggle Maps. etc. I could do that my self.

Date of stay: May 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank chowmeingirl
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Reviewed 19 May 2017

A charming guest house located about a ten minute walk South East of St Stephen’s Green. It is a nice area, surrounded by International Embassies and tree lined streets. Nearby Baggot Street Upper is the closest busy area, full of shops, bars and interesting restaurants. Just turn right out of the guest house and it is the first junction you see. When you check in you are given a list of the best restaurants in this area that are all within walking distance, and a tourist map of Dublin. Reception is on the first floor (you need to walk up around ten steps to get to the front door) and the restaurant for breakfast (and three of the rooms) are on floor zero i.e back on ground level. If you would like a lie in later than 7.00am I do not recommend room 10 as this is directly opposite the kitchen and if you are a light sleeper you will hear the staff entering the kitchen and starting breakfast preparations from this time. My room was bright and a good size, as is the bathroom. Unfortunately I was not able to switch on the bathroom light without the fan also switching on which was quite noisy which was a minor niggle. The light switches were a bit of a law unto themselves! There were more than enough plug sockets available which is always appreciated. Breakfast was very nice and can be taken in the dining room or adjoining conservatory. There is a good menu available ranging from Full Irish breakfast to waffles and omelettes, and the local Irish grain bread is delicious, both toasted and cold. Overall a nice B&B but try to get a room above ground level.

Room tip: Avoid Room 10 as it is close to kitchen and noisy from 7.00am
Date of stay: May 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled on business
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Thank sge31
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