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The Celtic Lodge Guesthouse - Restaurant & Bar is located in the heart of Dublin city, within an easy 5 minute walk from both Connolly Train Station and The Central Bus Station, and only 20 minutes from Dublin …MoreAirport. Dublin City itself is filled with culture and learning, with lots to do within easy walking distance. It is rich in historic sites, theaters, museums, music and comedy venues, restaurants, including our own Award Winning Restaurant Le Bon Crubeen, serving very reasonably priced French / Irish cuisine, which can be followed with a "Pint" in our Award Winning Traditional Irish pub The Celt Bar, which with its friendly atmosphere and nightly live Traditional Irish Music Sessions makes a "must" after a day out. City Centre - 5 mins walk from train and bus stations, 5 min tram ride to The 3Arena from the Bus Station - the most popular music venue in Ireland. Own Award winning traditional Irish Pub - The Celt Bar with free live Irish traditional music nightly. Own Award winning Restaurant - Le Bon Crubeen. 24 Hour Reception. Less
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All reviews talbot street celt pub full irish breakfast bar next door no elevator tesco express live music every night irish music within walking distance every evening excellent location central location minute walk to temple bar breakfast included o'connell st short stay first floor
The Celtic Lodge Guesthouse made us enjoy our trip to a wonderful city named Dublin. A nice little hotel who care for their guests. A fair price for the rooms, a free aiport shuttle and a friendly atmosphere.
The employees have been so nice and...More
been visiting the celtic lodge for years now, great place to stay, fantastic staff ...nothing is too much trouble for them.. the celt bar is best in dublin( live music is fab) .the warmest welcome thats for sure!
We chose this place based on reviews here and other sites which were overwhelmingly positive. First be clear this is more hostel than hotel despite what various reviews and publications may indicate. We were put in a room with a window near the ceiling with...More
Nowadays it's not frequent to pay 42 euro ppn around Europe, but Dublin is above the average. But it's probably below average about hotels comforts! Rooms at the Celtic are very small and old. The bed is noisy and large enough for two thin persons....More