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Seafield Road East,
I had a pleasant four day stay in June 2016. My room had en suite bathroom and all was clean and comfortable. Maeve and her husband were friendly and helpful. Nice quiet neighborhood. Excellent breakfast. Good value. Will definitely return. Ray, Georgia, USA.
Raymund Cosgrave -
United Kingdom (July, 2016)
Hallo, my wife and i stayed for 2 nights on this special adres; very fine people who helpe you with information and give you the feeling as if you know them for a lot off time; we did enyoid our stay very much and will give the adres to other interested people for a stay in Dublin
clean, nice, comfortble, bus in about 5 minutes walk and beautiful park en sightseeing in the surrounding.
New Caledonia (May, 2016)
Great location a little bit outside from the city centre, but pretty good connection. Lovely area and a fantastic host, Maeve is really sympathetic and caring! Would recommend this B&B and would love to come back.
Eva Krummer -
Germany (May, 2016)
Very nice bedroom with excellent breakfasts! I was pleased with the service and price.
Martin Myslik -
Czech Republic (April, 2016)
In Dublin for work.
Was made to feel welcome and facilities were good.
Would definitely stay again.
Mark Mcfall -
United Kingdom (January, 2016)
happy with our stay, very nice people will go back there again if we return
J Meakin -
United Kingdom (October, 2015)
About 30min by bus from the city center with no more direct connection to the airport. Owner was friendly. The style of the house is quite old fashioned and we had to share a bath room with others.
TV and fast WiFi connection was present. Breakfast included shrampled eggs but not full Irish breakfast. Parking only on the side of the street possible, but should be good possible. Next bus station is 2min away by foot.
Martin Scharrer -
Germany (August, 2015)
Very good and nice B&B with good breakfast and room.
The lady of the house was very helpfull with info of the area.
Christian Nielsen -
Denmark (August, 2015)
Maeve was very welcome and friendly. The room was clean and the breakfast was good. The place is calm and not far from town center with the bus.
Françoise Et Jean -michel -
France (August, 2015)
I agree perfectly with Christophe from France: very friendly family, cosy and clean room and breakfast when and what you want.The neightbourhood is calm and not far from town good convection with bus 130.A very nice experience, to touch live the notorious gentleness and warmth of Irish people!
Paola from Lausanne
Switzerland (July, 2015)
Maeve and her husband were very welcome and friendly. Room is clean every day and breakfast is perfect.
Christophe Pawlovic -
France (July, 2015)
we received a very warm and friendly welcome. Our en suite room was prefect. Our breakfast was exactly what we wanted. Nothing was took much trouble for our host Maeve and we look forward to staying there again.
Mary Woods -
United States Minor Outlying Islands (April, 2015)
The room was clean with the bathroom just next door. For one
night it was acceptable.
The family was very friendly and we could also have breakfast quite early in the morning. We appreciated that very much
Emanuela Franzke -
Germany (April, 2015)
We stayed here for two night. Maeve, our hostess, was very friendly and accommodating. She let us check in early on the first day so I could recover from the flight from the US. She even had the electric blanket on the bed going when we arrived so the bed was nice and toasty! Clean, quiet, good breakfast, close to bus line to downtown Dublin.
Laura Hollinrake -
United States (April, 2015)
My stay here was great! The location, the setting the beautiful neighborhood of Clontarf, blocks away from the water, the access to public transportation, all made this an ideal place to stay during my trip to Dublin. The room I stayed in was spacious, clean, and had its own bathroom. However, what I personally valued most during my stay here was the hospitality of the hosts, Maeve and her husband. While they were in every way professional, I still had the impression that I was invited into a home. These people were genuinely interested in who I was, and what I was looking for from my stay. They were definitely boosters for Ireland, Dublin, as well as their quiet, charming neighborhood of Clontarf. No doubt about it, when I return to Dublin, I will be staying here again!
United States (January, 2015)
Had a wonderful stay at the innisfree. The owners were more extremely friendly and had a lot of knowledge of the area. The breakfast was wonderful and prepared promptly when I had requested. The rooms were cozy and equipped with TV and tea/coffee accommodation. It felt as if I was staying with family. Well done.
United States (December, 2014)
Friendly host, -Sean and ok location. Disapointed we had no un-suite. Breakfast dull, poor coffee and tea. Interior could do with a little ambience. Just a little sense of being on holiday/weekending.
Berni Scully -
Ireland (October, 2014)
The only thing I can say is: perfect.
Feel like being at your home
Marco Diodato -
Italy (October, 2014)
Staying at Innisfree is like visiting your aunt in Dublin. The accommodations were in a fine home in the suburbs. I was initially concerned that i was too far away from Dublin, but the location was great. A bus stops at the end of the street and gets to center city in under a half hour. Hosts were great and friendly.
I like to cycle and there is a bike shop at the end of the street that will rent a bicycle. Maeve, the hostess, cooks a great breakfast and she and her husband give good advice on nearby attractions.
Enjoyed the stay and made a good choice. My only complaint is that there was no wifi. Rooms are comfortable and baths are down the hall. I didn't have any problems with the arrangement.
P Cmil -
United States (September, 2014)
Had great reviews, so we were hugely dissapointed. We booked this one because of the traditional Irish breakfast and it looked nice. On arrival we were told that breakfast would be at 8.30 because the girl had to go to a funeral.
The rooms were clean, but the bath was dirty with streaks and the toilet roll ran out at night with none to replace it. It was cold and a little damp with no heating at night.
There were stains on the landing carpet and when we went for breakfast it consisted of 3-4 well done skinny sausages, a slice of burnt bacon, beans and an egg.
Whilst outside finishing a cup of coffee we were asked for the room keys, so basically we were chucked out at the back of 9am.
A bad experience all round and we will not return and I doubt after this we will use a B&B ever again, wasn't worth €40 let alone €70. We felt really let down and it was not the first time experience we wanted for visitors to Ireland.
A Macaulay -
Ireland (September, 2014)
Our rooms were nice, bright and clean. Breakfast and location were very good. The only downside was sharing a bathroom with other residents which let it down!
Margaret Price -
United Kingdom (September, 2014)
it was was a very friendly stay at your B&B.
Thank you very much.
Andreas and Katrin
Andreas W. -
Germany (September, 2014)
Well priced, clean, friendly home. Slightly cramped bedroom we had the family room for 3. Generous, well-cooked breakfast. Friendly and helpful owner. Very near to the sea. Easy drive from airport.
It is basically staying in someone's actual home, so if you dont like that, dont go for this place but if you are happy with that, this is a fine place.
Adele Fielding -
United Kingdom (November, 2013)
Stayed 7 nights.
Clean and owners very friendly. Would have preferred to know in advance that rooms were not insuite would preferred to have a room with own shower rather than a shared bathroom for the price charged.
B & B could be benefit keeping some tourist information to guide tourists to interesting places and restaurants,
Norah Mwenifumbo -
United Kingdom (October, 2013)