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We stayed here for one night at beginning and end of our stay in Ireland. Ariel is located in a wonderful neighborhood within easy walking distance of several great restaurants. It is probably a 20-30 minute walk into the center of town, but that was...More
Stayed here for 2 nights upon arrival from England. Sometimes B&B feel like you are in someone's home. While this had the charm of a B&B it really is a professionally run hotel-type accommodation. I mean this in a positive way. We had a twin...More
From the time we began planning our 10-night cruise to Iceland, we knew that we would need a pre- and post- hotel stay in Dublin. Based on the reviews and, quite frankly, the cost of other hotels in Dublin, we decided that Ariel House was...More
We enjoyed two nights at Ariel after road tripping throughout Ireland for three weeks. The hotel is located in a wonderful neighborhood, quiet and not touristy. The staff was pleasant and helpful. The breakfast was extensive in a lovely sunroom with hot entree options. Our...More
This was our first place to stay in Ireland, and what an amazing introduction. The staff was incredibly nice and helpful. Our room was beautiful and comfortable. We had the most comfortable bed ever at an accommodation.
Breakfast was absolutely delicious, with a full breakfast...More
Response from Jennifer L | Reviewed this property |
there is a small TV. There are stairs to the entrance and rooms on ground floor and up stairs. The staff was very helpful and took my luggage up to my room. Breakfast is very delicious and staff wonderful!
Response from JanieKalaheo | Reviewed this property |
The front parlor room with a big picture window, fireplace and piano. Is warm and inviting. On a large cabinet you will find a pod type coffeemaker, china tea/coffee cups and saucers, and at some times of the day, a platter... More
The front parlor room with a big picture window, fireplace and piano. Is warm and inviting. On a large cabinet you will find a pod type coffeemaker, china tea/coffee cups and saucers, and at some times of the day, a platter of mini cake bites. It is a nice place to rest after walking all over Dublin or to read or catch up on emails in the evening. I don't think Ariel House offers a formal afternoon tea, however, their breakfast is fantastic.