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We found this lovely B&B in Dun Laoghaire just outside Dublin for our first visit to this country. Pauline and Eamon made us feel welcome, gave us all sorts of suggestions for places to visit both locally and in Dublin. This is an old house,...More
We just returned home from 11 nights at the Ferry House during our holiday in Ireland. This lovely historical home with very high ceilings, very clean and comfortable rooms was perfect for exploring. It is a few easy minutes walk to the DART , the...More
Visited here whilst at a sailing Regatta, with six of us using two rooms. Initial welcome was very good and rooms clean and tidy.
Breakfasts were decent, without being spectacular, tho set us all up for the day ahead.
One note of caution - business...More
We started out staying in Dun Laoghaire (outside Dublin) based on a Rick Steves recommendation. Eamon was our host for three nights, and he didn’t miss with food or music! Loved the feel of the Ferry House, and the care and attention we were given....More
Very comfortable stay for our first two days in Ireland. Pauline and Eamon are great hosts, our room was very comfortable and spacious, and the breakfasts were delicious. The location was great - in Dun Laoghaire but just a short walk to the light rail...More
Thank Nonnie C
Response from Pauline T, Owner at Ferry House Bed and BreakfastResponded 2 May 2018
So glad you enjoyed your stay and look forward to welcoming you again.
Response from Freischutz | Reviewed this property |
I, too, found the owner's son (who was in charge during my visit) very accommodating. Why don't you give them a ring to ask? BTW, I found it a good place to stay. I'll certainly be using it next time I pass through Dun... More
I, too, found the owner's son (who was in charge during my visit) very accommodating. Why don't you give them a ring to ask? BTW, I found it a good place to stay. I'll certainly be using it next time I pass through Dun Laoghaire (and might even use it when I have business in Dublin - access to the City Centre by the DART railway line is so easy).
My advice would be to get the 703 AirCoach to / from the airport to Glasthule (St Joseph's Church). Departs Terminal 1 on the hour (Terminal 2 a couple of minutes later), every hour and 4 mins past the hour from Glasthule... More
My advice would be to get the 703 AirCoach to / from the airport to Glasthule (St Joseph's Church). Departs Terminal 1 on the hour (Terminal 2 a couple of minutes later), every hour and 4 mins past the hour from Glasthule and takes about 45 mins. You would need to be on the 4.04am coach to the airport for your 6.45 flight. The fare is €8 a single ticket which can be bought on the coach. The coachstop at Glasthule is approx 5/10 mins walk to the B&B. The DART doesn't run to the airport. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Ferry House, I had a great stay there recently and would use it again should the need arise. Eamonn and Pauline are great hosts.