Marguerite House

Address: 22 Marguerite Rd, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Cabra - Glasnevin area of Dublin, is near National Botanic Gardens, Croke Park, Howth Head, and Howth Hills.
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    Travel Blogs from Dublin

    Last day at work

    A travel blog entry by andiontheroad on Sep 12, 2014

    1 photo

    As expected I woke up pretty early and went to work. It really was a fade out day of handing over the last bits and pieces and packing up my things. These tasks were interrupted by a couple of coffee breaks and setting up my out-of-office. "Sorry, I will be out of the office until may next year!" It was quite different to set this one up.

    It was another day of brilliant sunshine ( I think Ireland is trying to keep me here), so when I left the office after work, ...

    Famine's over but feasting has to stop soon!

    A travel blog entry by helwit on Aug 23, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    I seem to recall that at some stage there was famine in Ireland! BUT all we seem to do here was eat delicious food (such a hardship) - whether it was gastro pub tapas at Fade Street Social, Coffee at 3FE, pizza at Paulie's, breakfast at Peacock Green, Sunday roast at The Exchequer or dinner at Preston House in Abbeyleix, or coffee at Greybeard's cafe most mornings (Michael's coffee is great). The food scene is definitely hot in Dublin and Ireland in general, using the best ...

    A pint of highlights in the U.K and Ireland

    A travel blog entry by amy_h on Jul 17, 2014

    20 photos

    ... machinery we rely on today! England is very similar to Wales in terms of green scenery and old little villages. York is a must see traditional town with cobbled streets and pubs hundreds of years old. All the shops and houses down the cobbled streets are connected to one another and have started the 'old age lean'. The U.K has so much history behind it compared to home that seeing these traditional places and trying to imagine how the people lived is a whole experience ...

    Dublin an amazing entrance to Ireland!

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jul 11, 2014

    2 comments, 31 photos

    ... the tea and then a 3 tiered tray of finger sandwiches, cakes, scones with cream and jam. Amazing and delicious! Check out the obligatory food shots.

    Well, back to our room for a rest and then off tonight to the Temple Bar district for some pub action. Okay so we had our night on the town. (Hey kid's are you getting scared yet?) We went to the Temple Bar district of Dublin, which is pub central down by the Liffy (the river that runs through Dublin). They have plenty ...

    Hunting for Stone Circles

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 04, 2014

    7 photos

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    We pick Chris up at 3:30 and begin our 2 1/2 hour journey to Dublin. The countryside is scattered with ruined stone towers, abandoned stone homes and dotted with farms, cattle and pasture.

    It takes an extra half hour to get from the motorway to the city center, as no motorways go through the heart of the city. The city is layered with red brick buildings and brightly painted doors in multiple colors. When England still ruled Ireland, when a monarch would die, ...