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Um noch etwas von Dublin zu sehen, wollen wir mittags dort sein. Die ut 200km schaffen wir auf der Autobahn aber spielend. Mie M6 geht von Galway direkt nach Dublin und durchquert dabei Irland von West nach Ost. Jetzt sehen wir auch, dass sich die Zersiedelung fast ausschließlich auf die Küsten konzentriert; in der Mitte des Landes findet man nur …
FRIDAY, 21st July Departure day. Up early...for me anyway...7am. Breakfasted. Put keys out in shed. Dropped garbage bag out the front. Packed cabin bag. Chucked cases into car. Chucked Anne into car. Said goodbye to the cows and the millions of birds and off we went to Dublin. Much the same way we came out here. At Lexcon we ducked off the motorway …
... the very first time. The castle has been beautifully restored and it is very impressive. You start off the evening in the great hall with a cup of meade (honey wine), and then you go down to the banquet hall for the meal and entertainment. The dinner is served medieval style which means you only get a knife with which to eat, so you combine eating with your fingers and stabbing food with your knife and popping it in your mouth. They do provide finger bowls, ...
... Orkneys which was a working visitor tour. There's a lot of clever visual displays of how the Guinness is brewed and an impressive waterfall displaying the crystal clear water that Arthur Guinness leased for 9,000 years from the Wicklow Mountains. The tour takes place in the old brewery and all the massive steel beams that are riveted and not welded make an interesting feature. We see old brewing vats, oak barrels no longer used and through a window we see ...
... WITH AN 80 year old woman. I was left holding a handbag and walking stick while Mary went off to try some clothes on, she returned with her picks that fitted only to realise she didn't have her own jacket and had lost it in the change rooms, she went back in and couldn't find it, so the poor attendant had to go cubicle by cubicle asking if any one had seen it, to mum's relief it was found. Exhausted (me) we sat in a pretty patisserie had a coffee and a croissant and ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews ABC House Dublin
I found this b&b on the internet and looked up tripadvisor for reviews before booking. I was not disappointed!!! It was fabulous, my room was excellent, spotlessly clean, I stayed 4 days and each day my room was tidied and fresh towels provieded if I needed them. The tea/coffee facilities in the room is a real added bonus. Joseph and Mary were excellent hosts, they gave us lots of information on attractions, places to eat etc. One of their recommendations was a visit to Howth on the north of the city, really well worth doing!!! The house is very quaint and comfortable, we felt very welcome there, a real home from home. Well worth considering if you are visiting Dublin. i have had friends stay there since my visit and they loved it too. Thank you Joseph and Mary.
A great stay !
We really enjoyed our stay at ABC Guesthouse, not far from City Centre , about 10 min by bus, bus stop in front of the house, pubs , restaurants across the house.
The hosts were lovely, the rooms clean and comfortable and the breakfast delicious.
Definetly, we will recommend it to friends.
First things first.... The ABC Guesthouse is not a bad place. I booked our accommodation based on the reviews I read on Trip Advisor, but I have to say I was disappointed and I had a number of concerns.
i would highly recommend the abc guset house at upper drumcondra in dublin ireland.not only was this hotel very cheap but it was very close to dublin city centre and dublin airport,with bus stops right outside the front door and a bus stop on the other side of the road to take you anywhere you wanted to go!!it supplies a full irish breakfast with also choices of cereal and plenty of tea and coffee to have which was also supplied in your room.we went in a group of 4 girls and the bedroom was very big and the beds was extremely comfortable with ensuite bathroom and a t.v in your room.a big plus for us was that the hotel had no curfew which meant we made the most of our weekend stay.this hotel is fabulous for couples,families and also groups of people and they cater for them all!!joseph the owner was very helpul and gave us loads of info on buses and other tourist attractions.the hotel is only a couple of minutes away from shops,traditional irish pubs,restaurants and even tescos!!we had everything to hand and didnt have to go searching for anything.so i would highly recommend this hotel and i will be definitely returning again soon wether it be with my family or again as a group of friends!!thanks very much mary and joseph for your great hospitality!!!see you again real soon.
Very nice place. Great people, always smiling. Excellent Irish breakfast, tea&coffee facilities in the room. Definitly recommended!!
Not bad but ...
Not bad for the money, but a few things to say. Nice welcome (but no tea proposed as usually in B&Bs). Room OK, but not a lot of furniture (a table would have been nice in our family room under the roof). And the road outside is quite noisy (wear your ear plugs). Breakfast in average. However, it is clean and well located in Dublin (10 min by bus to city centre).
Great place, excellent value
We would definitely recommend ABC Guesthouse. Hosts were excellent and helpful. Stayed in the family room which had heaps of space.Very clean and tidy. Breakfast was excellent. Could not fault it in anyway. Will stay there again in near future. Great value for money.
I stayed in the ABC with my 2 adult daughters on a girlie trip to Dublin. Even though the ABC was closed for the Christmas season they very kindly accommodated us. The welcome we received from Joseph and Dessie was amazing.
Jospeh & Mary were very friendly & helpful. The house was clean & tidy, the rooms though quite basic were clean. Very good value for money.
Would recommend this guesthouse.
ABC Guesthouse B&B, 57 Drumcondra Upper
Joseph and Des provide a very clean and friendly B&B. The prices are wonderful and the beds very comfortable. The breakfasts are wonderful and the diningroom is sunny and warm! We had an excellent stay there and both our hosts were warm, friendly and eager to help in any way.