It took us a while to find the hotel, we thought it would be a quick walk from the bus from the airport. Bad directions had us walking all over Dublin, finally found the hotel, dragging our suitcases behind us. Rooms weren't ready, but we were allowed to leave our bags and grab some simple lunch. Charming place up the street, with good honest food.
We were mislead in thinking our rooms were on the first floor, they were on the second floor, up some steep steps. Our suitcases were heavy with gifts and my mother is crippled, so navigating the stairs with bags was tough. Fortunately a young man came along and helped with the bags.
Room was a decent size for central city. Bathroom was claustrophobicly small. Noise from bar under hotel was pretty loud, but the worst was the fumes from the buses outside. Couldn't leave windows open, the smell was too strong for my mother.
High point was breakfast, the wonderful ladies that served it were happy and smiling, and always made us feel welcome. Best brown bread ever!More
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