This Week’s Top B&B: Donnybrook Hall in Dublin, Ireland

September 6, 2010 at 3:10 pm Leave a comment

Culture is in the air in Dublin this month, with the Dublin Fringe Festival, the Dublin Theatre Festival and Dublin Culture Night all taking place in September (find out more information here).

Book Donnybrook Hall Bed and Breakfast in Dublin at BedandBreakfastworld.comIf you’re heading to Dublin to soak up the atmosphere, why not stay at Donnybrook Hall, an attractive, family-owned B&B situated in one of the city’s most exclusive neighbourhoods.

Donnybrook Hall offers a range of comfortable guest rooms, most with en-suite bathrooms and some opening out onto a lovely garden. A cosy sitting room is available for guests and delicious breakfasts are freshly prepared to order.

Book Dublin bed and breakfast Donnybrook Hall at Breakfastworld.comLocated in peaceful surroundings, the B&B is just a minute’s walk from Donnybrook’s fashionable shops and excellent restaurants, and just a five-minute journey away from Dublin city centre on one of the frequent buses.

Donnybrook Hall is particularly convenient for visiting UCD, the RDS and the new Aviva Stadium at Lansdowne Road.

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