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All reviews harp bar castle suite early bird stayed here dublin airport lovely hotel bit dated room was comfortable and clean last night very nice stay swords town both mornings bar food car park checking in carvery ireland
A lovely place.
Staff very welcoming and helpful.
Great selection of choices.
Situated close to a Shopping Center.
Big car park.
Well worth a visit.
Great selection of carvery food in the the Harp, the area can be abit tight when the place is busy, but staff try to get thru the orders quickly. We had mostly the roast beef with lots of veg stuffing roasties mash n gravy. Also...More
This hotel was lovely. We only stayed one night, but our room was large and clean, we had a great dinner in the Carvery and drinks at the pub (all which is part of the hotel). We had an early flight the following morning and...More
My wife and I were traveling through Ireland on vacation. We stayed here one night prior to leaving from Dublin Airport. The stay was wonderful. Most notably, there was a lot of good parking in the interior car park. The room was very very spacious,...More
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Response from CarnegieCourt, Manager at Carnegie Court Hotel SwordsResponded 3 weeks ago
Hello Greg W,
Thank you so much for taking the time to write a review, we really appreciate it. We are delighted to hear that everything went well for you during your stay with us so we thank you for your kind words.
Hi! We were stopping for one afternoon and a night on our way back to the States and that's why we chose to stay in Swords at the Carnegie Court Hotel. It's about 15 minutes or so from the airport. We never went into... More
Hi! We were stopping for one afternoon and a night on our way back to the States and that's why we chose to stay in Swords at the Carnegie Court Hotel. It's about 15 minutes or so from the airport. We never went into Dublin on this leg of the trip. On the trip over, we did stay at the Ardagh House Bed and Breakfast for three nights and did go into Dublin. The bus stop was catty-corner to the Ardagh and it took about 12 minutes on the bus into the center of Dublin.