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All reviewsclose to the airportdublin airportshort driveb and bfull irish breakfastexcellent accommodationbreakfast was deliciousireland vacationstayed longerlate arrivalliving arearestaurants and shopsbeds were comfortablenext morningdublin areaup to datea great place to stay
We arrived after having travelled by air over night. We were new to the country, new to driving on the other side of the road, and a little jet lagged. We were warmly welcomed and our room was ready. Since we arrived on a bank...More
Really good value for money.
As it was the end of holiday we wanted to be near the airport and yet in the country.
We had a 2 bedroom apartment and what a great apartment it was.
Each bedroom had its own bathroom complete with...More
We booked Hillview House for the last night of our Ireland trip because of it's location close the airport and on our way back in to Dublin from Belfast. I really really REALLY wish we had found it sooner and planned our stay for longer....More
I booked Hillview House as our last night because it was close to the airport. Having self catered on the West Coast of Ireland all week we wanted to have a little luxury before our flight home. Wonderful welcome and we were delighted with the...More
The only negative about our three nights here is that none of the subsequent bed and breakfasts that we stayed at could measure up to the Hillview House.
Breakfast was the "full Irish", and the eggs were always perfectly cooked to order. The homemade bread...More
Response from Randall K | Reviewed this property |
Irish rail is really bad. Very slow and not as efficient as British Rail. The trains running into Lusk are not too frequent. As the traveler in the above response wrote, I also rented a car and traveled the entire country... More
Irish rail is really bad. Very slow and not as efficient as British Rail. The trains running into Lusk are not too frequent. As the traveler in the above response wrote, I also rented a car and traveled the entire country side, coast to coast.
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"Best to use GPS unless you are good with maps or like getting lost"