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We’d reserved the family room at Number 31 for the steep price of 400 Euro per night. We were optimistic that it would be a cool and charming place to stay in the heart of Georgian Dublin. We’re no strangers to Dublin, nor are we...More
I booked this very last minute (an hour before I needed to check in). My room was lovely, large and comfortable although there was only a fan as apparently hotel has no air conditioning. I didn’t find this an issue though even though it was...More
Fabulous boutique hotel hidden little gem and so close to everywhere but ye feels so far away , fabulous antique rooms a must see , special spot ...... really friendly staff and parking spot right outside
Selected because of the outstanding reviews but regret the choice. Expect a very pleasant staff and a good chef (although butter is too liberally used for my taste). This is an architecturally interesting dwelling that lacks comfort. The place is a converted Georgian house linked...More
Number 31 is lovely boutique hotel located near St Stephens Green. It is divided between a classic Georgian townhouse and an updated mews house. Nicely separated via private courtyard. The rooms are quaint, comfortable and clean. The top of the line breakfast is served fresh...More
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No desk in the 2 rooms I stayed in. Street parking. Yes a safe. No coffee maker in the room - the kitchen is quick to deliver though. It's one long block to St Stephen's Park, the start of the city center - the team can be... More
No desk in the 2 rooms I stayed in. Street parking. Yes a safe. No coffee maker in the room - the kitchen is quick to deliver though. It's one long block to St Stephen's Park, the start of the city center - the team can be caught near the park.
This is a true B&B small hotel, very individual, not a commercial travel hotel, if that makes sense.