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From the moment we arrived the staff were fantastic, very friendly and helpful. The tea and scones on arrival were delicious and very welcome as was the availability of tea and cake in the lovely lounge at all times of the day.
The hotel is...More
Our family of 4 (2 adult children) stayed here for a couple of days summer 2014 while we visited Dublin. While it was a little further from the city centre than expected, the room, breakfast and surroundings more than made up for it! The neighbourhood...More
Charming! We had a wonderful stay, the staff is very attentive. Breakfast was served in a lovely room and was a very good multi course meal. It is a bit of a walk to downtown but close to the Dart train.
Having read all the reviews for this B&B and having read the profiles of the staff working here, I have to admit that I expected more from this place. The best I can say is that the staff are very friendly and the breakfast is...More
I booked this hotel based on others reviews and am very happy I did. I arrived on foot walking a short distance after taking the Aircoach from Dublin airport ..... 14 Euro return. I had flown 20 hours so was happy to be shown to...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.