Dublin Guest Houses – The Wonder Awaits
Dublin is a great place to visit, it is a friendly and historic city with plenty to see, plenty of places to eat and a host of places to stay. Whether you are going for a week or a weekend you will find a great welcome in whichever one of the many Dublin Guest Houses you decide to stay at.
When you stay in Dublin there is something to please everyone and to suit most people's pockets; there is everything from luxury Dublin Guest Houses, to cheap bed and breakfasts Guest Houses – there are also apartments to let for those who prefer to go self-catering. Prices may depend on which part of Dublin you want to stay in – as a general rule city Dublin Guest Houses are likely to be more expensive than those in the suburbs or the more rural areas.
Should you decide that you want luxury while you are in Dublin then the Fitwilliam Guest Houses; a five star accommodation in the city centre might be just the place for you. This is a luxurious Guest Houses, with modern, stylish bedrooms and designer ensuite bathrooms – a buffet breakfast is also available. The Dublin Guest Houses also has its own Michelin two star restaurant, another contemporary restaurant which is not quite so formal and a lively bar, it is not unusual to see well known celebrities in the bar or the restaurants. Great I hear you say but what does it cost? This type of luxury does not come cheap and you can expect to pay 195 euros – around $260 per room, per night – and if you don't want the buffet breakfast then that is 20 euros for a continental and 25 euros for a full Irish. You might want to keep it in mind for a special occasion.
If your budget is a bit more modest then there is the Kilronan House bed and breakfast in the Georgian quarter of the city; this guest house was built in 1834. This B&B is just around the corner from the main cultural and heritage sites of Dublin, as well as the National Concert Hall. Prices are per room and include breakfast at 78 euros around $100 per room per night, but if you take the three day special then you get room and breakfast for two for around a hundred and thirty dollars; which cuts the price quite considerably.
Before you go on your trip it is well worth going online to see the vast array of accommodation that Dublin has to offer, there is sure to be something to suit everyone's taste and budget – and wherever you go there will be the famed Irish hospitality.
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