Looking for a place to stay in Ashbourne? Then look no further than Aisling Guest House, a budget friendly bed and breakfast that brings the best of Ashbourne to your doorstep.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Aisling Guest House features 24 hour front desk, room service, and executive lounge access. In addition, as a valued Aisling Guest House guest, you can enjoy a hot tub and barbeque facilities that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
If you like Mediterranean restaurants, Aisling Guest House is conveniently located near Fifty50 and Massimos Ashbourne.
If you are interested in exploring Ashbourne, check out a , such as Arkle Memorial Statue.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Aisling Guest House as you experience everything Ashbourne has to offer.
This inn, hotel, or what ever it's designation is clean, filled with light, perfect for the area. I am extraordinarily thankful for the owner who extended great courtesy to me after a very long and exhausting journey. He was kind, gracious and simply accommodating as one does who has been in hospitality for so long. Rod is very attentive and the staff is very accommodating and professional. The rooms are spotless with comfy bed, the breakfast suffices. A true bargain. The nice touches as having a secure door to enter, facilities to warm takeaway near room, close walk to convenient store, surrounded by beautiful fields at a very fair price suits families, work people and individuals very well. Rod is also able to set up transport to airports or city center with very professional taxi service. I am thankful for this establishment's hospitality, cleanliness, kindness, and professionalism.…
Fantastic room and stay. The staff was very helpful and courteous. The rooms are very clean. Continental breakfast, information about this when booking. I don't understand the negative comments, cheap place to sleep - I think guests want a 5 star hotel for the price of a guesthouse. It's worth visiting this place! I will definitely go there more than once !!
Location was the only good thing about this accommodation. Couldn't sleep at night due to other noisy residents, told owner but didn't take it on board. No cooked breakfast - only continental poor choice and breakfast room small, full of flies (lighting on rotten bananas, cutlery, plates etc.). Bedroom and bathroom small. Shower door fell off and smell from sewers in bedroom. Rooms very shabby and dated. I've never reviewed anywhere I've stayed before (good or bad) but I just couldn't let this not be known to protect others from my experience.
Where to start, to say the service and management here are incredible would be an understatement. The owner and management of the guesthouse do everything they can to ensure a comfortable stay, if you ask for something they will accommodate the best they can. The rooms and the building are kept spotless by the cleaning staff. This is a quiet and comfortable place to stay with no trouble at all. Not to mention it is only a short walk from the village. There is a breakfast room with all you need to set you up for the day. All rooms are equipped with a fridge, kettle, smart TVs and storage space for your personal belongings.
Had the misfortune to stay here as was looking for a B and B near the ferry terminal and time was getting late. The room was very dirty never been updated , the bathroom was flithey shower mouldy the wooden toilet seat was broken split and dirty there was faeces stains in it and smelt .We went to the town in the evening so we didn't have to hang around there. At 3am we were woken up by banging and noise I think it is a place for homeless on benefits,then the noise started again at 5am and continued till we made at getaway at 7am . We had the privilege of paying €70 for the experience would advise anyone not to stay here.
I had the terrible misfortune to stay in this 'hostel' recently as I couldn't get in anywhere else . I had stayed before and whilst basic was clean so I thought would do fine .... How wrong was I . Firstly they had mislaid my online booking but unluckily for me they found a room as otherwise literally full to the brim. I went to room which smelt of damp but bed clean so had shower and watched bit of telly- and then all hell broke loose. Couple started screaming and swearing at each other outside my door , using the most abusive, violent and horrible language , and sounded like they were hitting each other . Then they started knocking on my door - then thumping it telling me to open the door tho frankly when the man started to sink his boot into the door there was going to be no need for me to open it. In panic I told them to go away and when heard voice realised I was not who he was looking for and stopped- for a while . Terrified wasn't in it and I am so glad I had no children with me as there were children crying in fear by now. I would have left but too scared to open door to enter mini Beirut. After a long time things went quiet until 3.30 am and started again . I was fully dressed by this time waiting to make my escape . By 5 it had been quiet an hour so I crept out of room down stairs and shaking got to car and away . Honestly I thought I was going to be murdered and I couldn't contact anyone as scared to ring police in case they heard me and the reception wouldn't answer. Do not EVER stay here - this is not a B and B it's a hostel for the homeless, and whilst I have every sympathy for their situation I never want to be caught in middle of anything like that again . I was truly frightened and paid €50 for the privilege. Like I said before , thank god I had no children with me , we would have been trapped and no way of protecting them . Absolutely dreadful never stay here -ever. Sleep in your car you'd be safer and might get some sleep…
Let me start by warning all to AVOID this so called B&B at all cost!!! We had the misfortune of having to stay here last weekend as we needed accommodation for myself,my partner and our twin girls aged 22 months. All other local hotels were full. The owner said he did not have any rooms at main building, so had to travel further out of town to a converted house far away from any local amenities. The room was a decent size, but there was no ensuite, no wardrobes or drawers to hang clothes and no proper bedding for the cots. For breakfast we had to travel back to B&B, which took a lot of effort with 2 little ones. It was very average so we did not return next morning. Later that same day, after being out with family, we returned to room to find that all our belongings had been thrown into bags. We confronted the owner who informed us that the room had only been booked for 2 nights not 3 and that he was now fully booked for that night. This was not the case. We were more or less turfed out into the street with 2 young ones. We now know that the owner is renting out rooms to DSS/Housing benefit people and taking cash only payments. Our weekend should have been a celebration, but was ruined by this unscrupulous charlatan mascerading as a guest house proprietor.…
Rooms are dirty and no pillows.Service was awful and owner demanded cash not card. Would never stay here again and definately would not recommend.Rooms are small and outdated. Not even suitable for a stag or hen weekend.
This 'hostel' is somewhat misrepresented on tripadvisor. The rooms are tiny, there seems to be no one on duty. It is nearly a half hour from the airport by public bus and at least a twenty minute walk into the nearest village and only place to get anything to eat. The so called breakfast is an electric water pot, some individual envelopes of tea and instant coffee and a couple of individually wrapped cookies. It may be OK for back-packers, but not for the adult traveler looking for a convenient place to spend the night waiting for a connecting flight.
I stayed here years ago and it was wonderful. It has since been taken over and everything has really gone down hill! The initial contact was rude, the reception was ok. The room was disgusting! It was tiny, smelled funny, cramped, dirty, bathroom was terrible. I had cooked breakfast the first morning and the bread was mouldy! I complained but it put me off the rest of the breakfast. I didn't have the breakfast the following morning because the first one had put me off. It seemed that the entire place was full of long staying guests. I can only describe it as something like a "half way house". Certainly not worth 126.00 Euro for 2 nights and two breakfasts. I could have stayed in a hotel for that price! I would not recommend this place to anyone.