About this listing
Single room in Dublin 4. Only a 15 walk to the city center. Room located on the ground floor of our Victorian House.
Our space is perfect for the youth traveler for work or holiday. The bathroom is shared with our other two guest rooms, but every room has their own sink. Were also just upstairs and can let you know where to go in Dublin if you're looking to go out for food or drink.
Guests have their own room with access to a shared bathroom. There is no kitchen available. Guests also have their own access to the house through a ground floor entrance.
Interaction with Guests
Were also living in the house and would be happy to help you with anything at all.
Very safe and convenient central Dublin location only a 15 minute walk to the city center.
There's a bus stop outside the door which will take you to the city center in 5 minutes. We recommend taxing Uber to the airport which will cost approximately €16. We can also provide our guest for a code for €20 Uber credit if they have never used the app before.
Other Things to Note
Our space is designed for youth travelers wish to meet other people, or simply rest their head, in great private budget accommodation in Dublin City Center.
Guests are asked to keep noise down in the pool room after 11pm out of consideration for other guests who may be sleeping.
Patrick was nice and helpful, greeting me immediately even though I arrived early.
The room is just as described, it's a good place to sleep and shower - not particularly special, but I slept well there and it was a great place to see Dublin and the area from. It's in a good location (15 minute walk to Trinity College etc.).
First I must say that the hist was very friendly and helpful. Knowing that Dublin is really expensive I eas ready to pay little mote for less. But even then, this room was not worth the money. It was small and very cold. It felt like a prison cell. I could not put on the heating so i was freezing. It did not look so clean eighter. Its an old house so its difficult to clean. The cleaner was finnished with the bathroom when i went there but she did not put toiletpaper wich was really anoying. The area is very beautyful and safe, but a bit far away from everything. I had a flue coming up and here you are not allowed to use kitchen, so I think that at least a cattle (boiler) could be great and usedul in the room. So you can make knstant coffee or tea. I return to Dublin today but I book another place.
The single room was totally fine for staying a couple of days. It is fairly close to the city center, so perfect if you want to visit Dublin. Also, Patrick's a very nice guy and always there if you need him.
Great room, great neighborhood, for a really fantastic price! The city center, museums, and parks were all within walking distance. Thank you for making my first trip to Ireland a wonderful experience, Patrick!
I wouldn't recommend this room.
- Cleanliness: It looked like the room had never received a decent vacuuming. There were cobwebs and spiders everywhere. Patrick was very kind to remove four of the spiders I noticed upon arrival. One night I went to the bathroom and noticed the hand soap was totally out. I messaged Patrick, but he wasn't able to respond until noon the next day. It felt very unclean.
- Reliability: The wifi was spotty during my four night stay, whereas the shower's hot water was spotty one night. However, one night another guest had broken the toilet, so it was out of use for both a night and the next morning. I had the general impression things just didn't work as they were supposed to.
Let me say Patrick was a really nice guy who responded to a number of my messages during my stay really quickly. However, I think the room needs a lot of work, and even with the cheap price, I don't think it's worth it. I think it's for the severely budget capped traveler.
Patrick was very flexible and open-minded with my request, seems like a good & friendly guy, and receptive to my needs.
The place wasn't "high-end" place per se, a little smaller and so on, more of a good spot for backpackers, but that was reflected in the cheaper price and it was not misrepresented by its posting. The neighbourhood is very good and not far from the city centre.
I must admit, the internet was sometimes spotty, and the window shades were a lil iffy, but all in all I was quite content with the room.
I didn't meet Patrick himself but a friend of him met me. The room looks better in the pictures than in real life, same with the bathroom. It's not far to walk in to town and it's in a nice area. The listing said that there were breakfast, coffee/tea and a fridge. It had none of those but we sorted this out. The communal room was quite messy and not very inviting.The price is probably cheap for Dublin but it's a simple standard.
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