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Irish Accomodations

Hotels, Bed and Breakfast and Hostel discussion group

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Latest Activity: Aug 30, 2014

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Hello All!

I thought it would be nice to start a group about where to stay in Ireland. I would like to recommend that you post the following if you can:
Subject of post: Type, Location, Name of business
Body of post:
Name of business
Website (or phone number if no Website)
Category: Hotel, B&B or Hostel... or Castle? :)
Date of Stay there
Cost when you stayed there
Type of accomodation (double, single, group room)

Suggestions always welcome! Keep it nice!

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Comment by Kerry on January 17, 2009 at 14:19
Hello all......I had grabbed alot of business cards when I was over in Ireland....just need to get them all together and I will put each one on.....see you later.
Comment by Jane on January 10, 2009 at 16:33
This is a great idea and I hope more people will post! I have not yet been to Ireland (going in Sept. 09) but upon my return, I will be certain to add to this forum!
Comment by owaiss on January 8, 2009 at 9:44
Thanks a lot Kerry to your useful info ... and i will stay tuned ,welcoming with any new information from you ...

Thanks Deeply to your interest .

Ireland Lover
Comment by rich on January 7, 2009 at 22:27
thanks kerry..would very much appreciate that..doolin was our first stop after we arrived at shannon airport...drove there (got a little lost) but thats the place i want to center our visit...loved the west coast..
Comment by Kerry on January 7, 2009 at 1:40
Hi Rich........I stayed in Doolin which is such a great place. I will have to search through some papers to see if I still have the business card for the B&B we stayed in. All I remember is the owner's name was Martina. The B&B was close to the caverns, and walking distance to the pubs. If I find the card, I will pass along the info.
Comment by Kerry on January 7, 2009 at 1:38
Hello Owaiss...if you're going to Dublin, my best advice to you is to get a ticket for the hop on hop off bus. It takes you to all the attactions in Dublin and the ticket is good for 24 hours. If have time, you should also rent a car and go to the West Coast. It is absolutely breathtaking. Dingle, Doolin, Clifton, Galway you just can't go wrong. Pretty much you can find a B & B, they are all clean, the food is great and the people are warm and very welcoming. I will be leaving Thursday for Ireland, so if I pick up any brochures, I will pass along the info along with hotels that I stay in. Talk to you soon! Slan...........
Comment by rich on January 5, 2009 at 1:27
will be coming to west coast, doolin, mid or late summer..looking for a house rental in that area...anyone help? rich nicholas
Comment by owaiss on December 31, 2008 at 10:29
Thanks friends to your useful information , i need more information about Ireland such as the most common places for tourist ( name & location ) .
Comment by Alan Fanning on December 20, 2008 at 10:49
Hope I can be of help to anyone visiting Dublin (25 years Dublin Tour Operator)
Comment by Arco McBride on October 15, 2008 at 19:44
Hey Kobi, Good idea this group.
Last time i was in Dublin , i stayed in :
The Fleetstreet Hotel.
19/20 Fleet Street , Dublin 2
Tel.: +353 (0) 1 670 8122
Fax.: +353 (0) 1 670 8103
E-mail :
Stayed there from 01-25-07 till 01-31-07
Single room with bathroom , tv , phone nad all the normal stuf.
This is a nice hotel for your stay in Dublin for a fair price.
Fleet street is right in the hart of the old town and you walk in 2 min. in to Temple Bar district.
Price was Euro 55,00 a night this is about $65.
I hope this will be good for someone to go and visit Dublin.

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