Glenogra Guest House

Address: 64 Merrion Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 4, Ireland | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Ballsbridge area of Dublin, is near The Irish House Party, Drombeg Stone Circle, Lough Hyne, and National Print Museum.
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    Back on familiar turf - Dulin

    A travel blog entry by dannyandkaren on Sep 13, 2014

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    Saturday 13 September

    Back to Dublin through the village of Lismore which looks very English with its white buildings and exposed black beams. A few hours later and we were back in Ballsbridge at Glenogra Townhouse. It is a lovely 19th century home with huge plaster roses on the ceilings and a large fireplace in the breakfast …

    Dublin, Land of Our Ancestors

    A travel blog entry by fintravels on Jul 20, 2015

    4 comments, 2 photos

    ... College, Irelands oldest university. Than we had an early dinner at Temple Bar ( and some great Irish Beer and music). Keenan and I got to dress up as a leprechaun (photos attached): and that was before the beer. So far so good. We found a store that makes name plates for Irish folks, lots of Kelly information, and some on Finney. It will be neat to have a family shield. Tomorrow is the Guinness Factory tour and the old Dublin Castle, followed by a dinner ...

    All the family together.

    A travel blog entry by dmandpeter on Jul 04, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Ben is a keen walker so we set off yesterday to cover the city of Dublin on foot. We went to Queen of Tarts for morning tea and oh dear that is patisserie cooking at its best. We then toured Dublin Castle (I know Danny, another castle) and I think I have a greater appreciation now of the history of Ireland and why the Irish are so resilient. They have certainly pulled their economy out of the ditches ...

    Now some time in Ireland

    A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Jun 12, 2015

    57 photos

    ... here, as after inspecting the real estate office window most properties are close to 1 million euros and more. But it certainly is a well preserved village with an old building dating back to 1750.
    I keep walking to the next village called Glenageary where i wait for the train back to Dublin. Such beautiful green country side, however the beaches i saw were covered in pebbles rather than sand.
    Now so information on the place where i am staying in Dublin. ...

    Siera Updike: MCC

    A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 15, 2015

    2 photos

    ... I bought a t-shirt and a lanyard with the name of the platform on them. I was content with that as touristy as it sounds. After that we went to see Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. These were absolutely beautiful all lit up at night. The London Eye was lit up as well and was beautiful. I finally got my picture in a phone booth like I wanted as well. We happened to be around Big Ben at the top of the hour so we got to hear it chime. Best sound ever. It made the trip out in the cold worth ...