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All reviews phoenix park nancy hands houston station great budget accommodation city centre guinness storehouse heuston train station luggage storage minute walk bunk beds tram line family room own bathroom hot shower luas stop across the river clean rooms
We had booked an Airbnb for our holiday and stored our luggage at Tipperary House because we were too early to check in yet. If I had it to do over, we would have just stayed at the House. The staff were wonderfully welcoming, helped...More
I visited Ireland for the first time this past summer. My first accommodation was Tipperary House. It is centrally located on the rail line and near a museum. It was a cozy place with a nice bathroom, and hospitable, accommodating staff.
Very friendly owner of this cute accommodation! Perfect located - directly next to public transportation (Houston station)! A couple of rooms (arround six), so not too many people like bing there - less noice! Very clean rooms - daily cleaning service. Definitely, I would chose...More
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If you looking for a good place near the center and also save some money Tipperary house is the right place!
Clean room and good breakfast!
Perfect for friends that like to visit Dublin for few days!
The staff are very nice and kind!
we stayed over the Dublin Marathon at the Tipperary House. And it was pretty good. The hotel is within walking distance from the Guinness Storehouse, traditional irish pubs and the Phoenix Park. The room was clean and tidy and the breakfast tasty. And Marc,...More
The Tipperary House is situated on Dublins Parkgate St along the banks of the river Liffey .Ideally located opposite HEUSTON TRAIN STATION and AIRLINK bus stop The Tipperary House is perfect for the weary …Moretraveller, a locally owned and family run business for over 40 years we offer guests cosy homely but quality budget accommodation.Many of Dublins tourist attractions are all within short walking distance including The Phoenix Park and Dublin Zoo, TEMPLE BAR, National Museum of Modern Art and History, KILMAINHAM GAOL, JAMESON DISTILLERY, Historical Four Courts, and of course Irelands number 1 tourist attraction The GUINNESS BREWERY!!Dublins Light Rail system (LUAS) runs right by the door bringing you right in to O Connells St (city center)in 5 mins.Luggage storage is available to the public and is free to guests. Car parking is available next door for a nominal overnight fee of 7euro or at Heuston Train Station for a nominal 24 hour fee of 7 euro there is also bicycle hire available at the gates of the Phoenix Park. Less
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Or for a more comfortable ride, I suggest hopping on the tram that leaves from Heuston Station for about €2, maybe it was less, get off at the Abbey St stop, and then catching the aircoach bus that leaves from O'Connell St... More
Or for a more comfortable ride, I suggest hopping on the tram that leaves from Heuston Station for about €2, maybe it was less, get off at the Abbey St stop, and then catching the aircoach bus that leaves from O'Connell St opposite the Gresham Hotel. Both that and the airlink are about the same price, as it's €12 round trip, and the tram is only a little bit more. The tram is great practice for getting used to Euro coins if you're not already familiar, and it runs frequently. The aircoach has great wifi, and comfy seats, and you can throw your bags under the bus. Airlink has an awkward "cage" storage on the bus itself. You can book the aircoach online, and print the confirmation, or save the order's screenshot on your phone. The only time took the airlink, it was a Friday morning, and it took nearly 45 mins. The nice thing about airlink though, is that you're going straight from Heuston to the airport, but there's lots of stops on the way to pick people up. Another nice thing about the aircoach, is that it goes straight from O'Connell St to the airport nonstop. The tram stops are also quicker than the airlink, and since the tram isn't out driving amongst the cars, it only has to stop for red lights, and its usual stops. Hope that helps!