See why so many travellers make Aaron Court their bed and breakfast of choice when visiting Dublin. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Aaron Court offer a flat screen TV.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including baggage storage. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Dublin, Aaron Court is located a short distance from Shelbourne Park Greyhound Stadium (1.3 mi) and EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum (2.2 mi).
While visiting Dublin, you may want to try some shrimp at one of the nearby restaurants, such as The Vintage Kitchen, The Winding Stair, or Matt The Thresher.
Dublin is also known for some great castles, including Dublin Castle, Bram Stoker's CASTLE DRACULA, Dublin, and Drimnagh Castle, which are not too far from Aaron Court.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Aaron Court as you experience all of the things Dublin has to offer.
Girls weekend away and I couldn't recommend this accommodation more. The house is magnificent. Large and beautifully decorated with spacious bedroom ensuite and a large comfortable living room for guests to relax in. The owner Conor made us super welcome and had loads of information about activities in the area. We had all the amenities of a hotel while he made us feel like we were staying at a friend's. Breakfast was superb with lots of choice and the traditional Irish and soda bread. 😍😍 WiFi parking comfy beds and great company. We were 15 min walking away from our event in the RDS. But sat night Connor recommended a great restaurant still 15min walk for us to have my birthday meal out (top notch chicken wings) when we finished we moved next door for a lively trad session with some quality irish tunes. Quiet, safe, clean area with some great pubs and restaurants. A really great alternative to the city center. There was also regular public transport to the city centre and around dublin just outside the door. Really felt the price was very affordable especially for the quality of the service. 5 star. *****…
I stayed here while attending an event in the RDS. Leslie and the team have a commitment to service that i have not experienced in years. A truly beautiful place and a very warm welcome. Even a baileys night cap was left beside my bed. I just wish other places visited here to see how to look after people. The breakfast is top class and the setting was really pleasant. Thank you Arron Court.
I had a long day of appointments in nearby Vincent's private so the location was ideal, the private parking very welcome. The proprietor had contacted me earlier to give me important info plus to enquire re any needs I may have had. The room was spotless and perfectly comfortable and equipped with tea, coffee, herbal tea, water, hairdryer, TV etc. Breakfast was very good and preceded by a unique silver plater of honey yogurt and fruit. Leslie was so friendly and couldn't do enough. This genuine personal touch means so much! Everything considered, next time I stay in this part of Dublin I won't browse for accommodation options but will immediately book Aaron Court as I know it will be perfect. Thank you so much.
If you want to stay somewhere that has that cosy home feel then this is the place for you on Merrion road! Very close to popular attractions like the RDS and Aviva Stadium and always keeping an eye on the smaller details like a little sip of baileys and a chocolate by my bed when I come in for the evening. A big great Christmas tree greeting me in the window of the communal lounge when I came in after being out in the cold and the rain all day! A great place to stay and just lovely staff. Would 100% recommend!
We stayed here for just one night, but we will definitely be staying here again! Leslie, the owner, made us feel so welcome and went out of her way to help us - truly the best service we have ever had in a B&B/hotel. The room was beautiful, with a brand new en-suite - very reasonably priced!
I received a very warm welcome from Leslie, the room was spotless, warm and comfortable. It had all the amenities I needed (tv, hairdryer, water, tea/coffee). The location is central with good transport links. A very pleasant stay.
My friends and I stayed in aaron court b and b it is a lovely place in a nice area, comfy beds, value for money. The next morning we had a lovely breakfast. Leslie is a very warm welcoming host. Highly recommended Aaron court b and b.
My best friend and I stayed here whilst at a concert at the 3Arena. Was a bit apprehensive as I haven’t stayed in a B&B before in Dublin. However, was very pleasantly surprised. A very warm welcome from Conor and he even carried our bags for us! Gave us recommendations on where to go in the city centre. Our room was lovely with an en-suite bathroom! We were very happy! Woke up the next morning to have a beautiful breakfast made; fruit platter, fry, beautiful cappuccino and a very lovely chat with Leslie! She made us feel at home and was like a second mummy! Keep doing what your doing we will be most certainly back. Xx
Would Total recommend Aaron b&b comfortable beds and lots of extra towels if needed. When I arrived to Aaron b&b I was overwhelmed how welcoming Lesie was she made us feel right at home I enjoyed a nice healthy Irish breakfast served by Jason the next day also very friendly and kind noting was too much to ask very professional in their rolls would return. Thank you Aaron court xxx
The house and downstairs were very nice but the room we were given was not worth 298 Euros for a two night stay. It was very tired, the bathroom was so small I needed to open the shower door so I didn’t hit my head when sitting on the toilet. There was nowhere to put a toiletries bag or anything else, there was minimal storage with a ‘wardrobe’ which had 4 hangers and a shelf. At breakfast there was a small wineglass of orange juice, a toaster so you could make your own toast, a microwave so you could make your own instant porridge but the crowning glory was the full Irish which had half a small mushroom and a cherry tomato alongside the bacon, eggs and sausage and we weren’t offered anything different on the second morning which was exactly the same as the day before. The plastic mattress protector was not conducive to a comfortable sleep being noisy when you moved and making us too warm. The flat screen tv was tiny and In summary the room did not feel at all special and the entry could do with a good clean to get rid of the dust and cobwebs.…