Ashling House B&B
Ashling House B&B is a family run guesthouse located close to Dublin city centre. At Ashling House Bed and Breakfast you will receive complimentary Continental Breakfast and also have full use of our recently Landscaped Private Garden to the rear of the house.
We pride ourselves on our high standards of accommodation. And feel justified in comparing our standards to that of a highly rated hotel or guest house. Bus connections both to Dublin Airport and to the City Centre are excellent. Our proximity to the city centre ensures we are also close to the historic Dublin area and numerous good Dublin pubs and restaurants.
We have a great selection of rooms depending on you particular requirements. All rooms have en suite bathrooms, television, hair driers and alarm clocks. Depending on your specific request there are 4 double rooms in the recently completed modern annex at the rear of the house, suitable for couples, all with contemporary décor. In the main house we can offer a single room; a room containing one single and one double bed; and one twin room. There are also 2 very large rooms suitable for groups of 3/4 or families. One contains 3 single beds and the other 2/3 single beds and 1 double bed.
Ashling House is located north of the City Centre on the main route from Dublin Airport to the City.
Upper Drumcondra Road is an extension of the M1 Motorway. The M1 evolves into the N1 as you approach the city from the airport on which you will find Ashling house.
If travelling from the city centre follow the signs for the airport, which will lead you to Upper Drumcondra Road. This leads to the N1 and eventually the main Dublin to Belfast (M1) motorway.
When travelling from the south, west or northwest enter the M50 northbound, take exit Number 3 towards the city centre (M1) until you reach the N1 which then leads onto Upper Drumcondra Road.
||168 Drumcondra Rd Upper.
||+353 (01) 8370300
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This page was last updated: 08 December 2011