Why are we called Dublin Inclusive? Because we include any trip or requirement you might have if at all possible. We offer a class in making Irish Coffees and the traditional Dublin Coddle (look it up!)
WE ALSO INCLUDE A CARD WHICH WILL GET YOU ALL DRINKS ALL NIGHT IN A LOCAL BAR AT THE GREAT PRICE OF €3.50 PER DRINK. THIS BAR IS ONLY 3 MINS FROM YOUR FRONT DOOR.
DublinInclusive is the only hostel between Dublin airport and the city centre. We are unique, because we are a tiny hostel; we have only 6 rooms and 12 beds, 2 people to each room, either bunks or a double bed.
ALL BUNK ROOMS ARE SHARED AS THIS IS A HOSTEL
YOU MAY BE LUCKY AND GET THE ROOM TO YOURSELF BUT IT IS POSSIBLE YOU WILL HAVE TO SHARE WITH A STRANGER WHICH IS NORMAL FOR HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION.
MALES TO ONE ROOM FEMALES TO THE OTHER, UNLESS REQUESTED.
ALL DOUBLE ROOMS ARE NOT SHARED WITH STRANGERS, OBVIOUSLY.
You can of course book a room for yourself at the price of €44 per night Sun - Thurs and €54 per night Fri and Sat. (including booking fee for airbnb)
There is a fridge, microwave, kettle, wifi, private bathroom including shower and toilet in each room. The hostel is warm and cosy in a very safe area. You will also the use of a communal kitchen come sitting room with DVD player and Wi-Fi in our beautiful unique bungalow.
If you want to do more than stay with us we can take you to our Dublin where real Dubliners go.
We can suggest a god nigfhts entertainment of Irish dancing and traditional music, plus a meal at a nearby hotel.
We can offer you the Dublin that only Dubliners can offer.
Our maximum number of beds is 12 people so we are quiet enough to accept children once they are accompanied by an adult over the age of 21.
This is a non-smoking hostel but there is a designated outdoor smoking area for all the smokers out there.
Nearby places of interest:
St Joseph's School for blind children has a beautiful cafe, pizza oven, garden centre, horse riding and pet corner.
All Hallows College, The Casino in Marino, Brahms' Stoker connections. The Botanic Gardens. 25 mins walk will get you to the coast where you can stroll along the prom, have coffee in Clontarf or just get the nearby buses to the coast.
Towel rental €1 per night the maximum you pay is €5 no matter how long you stay.
Taxis from the city should not exceed €10
16 bus or the 41 from the airport costs €2.80 DONT TAKE THE AIRCOACH IT DOESN'T STOP NEAR US.
Ask to be let off the bus at the stop nearest to Tesco Supermarket in Drumcondra or St Pat's College. DublinInclusive is directly behind Tescos on the parallel road.
3 mins walk.
If you like films or bohemian type areas, the IFI the Irish Film Institute is in the heart of Temple Bar where they serve fantastic food and have talks and lectures.
20 minutes walk from Dublin Inclusive brings you to the Hugh Lane Art Gallery, with magnificent paints and even more magnificent food. Next door to that is Writer's Museum and Gate Theatre.
All the cultural stuff out of the way, leaves room for fun, pubs, restraints and parks.
We'll be delighted to have you stay with us..
|Room type:||Private room|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||$31 / night after the first guest|
|Minimum Stay:||2 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$220 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$881 /month|
|Check In:||12:00 PM (noon)|
|Check Out:||10:00 AM|
Roy and his mom were great hosts! Roy is super friendly, and has lots of ideas about how to have a good time in Dublin. The room is also really cute. You basically get your own mini apartment! It's clean and comfortable! The only downside for me was that bed was little bit short for me. I'm 6'2 (188cm), and I didn't really fit well into the top bunk! But when I slept on the bottom bunk, I was fine!
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Awesome stay! Description was accurate and the location was great! Can stay local for some pints or for a proper football (soccer) match. Can't thank them enough except to return for a longer stay. If you are lucky, you are close to Croake Park and can see a match of hurling or Gaelic football.
Thank you Roy and Trish!
It was a nice time in Dublin. The hostel is well connected to the airport and the city centre. Value for money was fair.
Dublin is a great city, one that has layers of meaningful experiences. I highly recommend everyone enjoying the city, as well as taking a trip to the west coast. Make sure you have a Guinness and head to Hogans, too.
Roy and Trish were lovely hosts. They are very accommodating, and will give you tons of ideas of things you should do in and around Dublin, touristy and not touristy. The hostel has everything you need, and is a 20 min walk to the city center. Keep in touch, Roy and Trish!
The accommodations were very sterile looking and not cozy.
Luckily, the shower had plenty of hot water and it was nice having a fridge and microwave in the room.
However, my main problem was how cold it was in the room at night. The heater in the room was overridden by the heater for the main house where Roy's mother lives. Even though it would be a comfortable temperature the main house, the side rooms where the guest would stay was freezing. Roy and his mother were accommodating by providing me with a small room heater my first night since I could not sleep in such cold. However, I ended up having to leave the hostel since they couldn't afford for the heat be kept on (full room heater or the small one they provided me) for the entirety of the night while it was snowing outside. Luckily, they were accommodating with refunding my money for the remainder of the nights I had booked.
I would only recommend staying here during warm summer months. Even though Roy and his mother were sweet, it is just not financially feasible for them to keep a warm room during the winter months and was downright uncomfortably cold.
Hello, the BNB is located in a very nice place. There are lots of peace around. The facilities are very new and newly redecorated. Upon you arrival Patricia invite you to her house, which is next to the BnB, and invites you to a tea or coffee with a little pate. Then begins to advise on where to shop and interesting areas around the BnB. The rooms have two beds with duvets, Internet, fridge, microwave and hot shower. There is also a kitchen with fridge, dining table, oven. At 60 meters from Bnb it's Saint Joseph's School for the Visually Handicapped. It is an institution specializing in education for blind children. I recommend a visit to this place. It has large gardens with horses and other animals. In this institution you can also have breakfast for 7 euros, the typical Irish breakfast, and eat for 7 euros too. A 15 minute walk to the west is the National Botanic Gardens. I recommend a visit to this garden. In it you can see many spectacular greenhouses, very nice place. It is a large green area with trees and flowers.
I recommend this BnB.
I enjoyed staying here, it was very convenient both from the airport (30mins direct bus, stops 5mns' walk away) and into Dublin itself (15 mins to the centre). Roy and his mother Trish are both very welcoming and kind - they provided me with an extra heater (this being January and my being used to hotter climates) and a hairdryer. The kitchen area is helpful for making quick meals.