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Great location and clean accommodations. We stayed in the apartments--which would be an ideal set up for an extended family group. There were 4 separate bedrooms with a shared kitchen/living area/and 2 baths.
8 bed dorm. 3 bunks which seem quiet good. Then a trundle bed crammed in a corner at the same price? No privacy, room to put anything, tiny bed (I'm not 6ft and only just fit...) Other than that it was quiet good, clean. Staff are nice. Good shower and bathroom. Would have been happier with a ...
Location is excellent. A ten minute walk from Temple Bar and the city centre, O'Connell Street etc. Plenty of food outlets, cafes, bars nearby. Staff were very friendly and checking in was easy as was checking out. The bedroom was sparse (not unexpected in a hostel) and the bed was two single bed ...
For a few nights stay in the heart of Dublin, this is your place. We did have a very small room with an even smaller bathroom on the top floor, no lift, but it was clean and comfy and we had the 7 euro breakfast one morning which set us up for the day. The location is perfect for sightseeing and ...
The location is wonderful for exploring Dublin. You can walk to nearly anything and there is a bus stop across the street from the front door if you can't. Most of the staff were very friendly, one or two could have been better. The mattress wasn't very comfortable but it was clean, and the bathrooms ...
You get what you pay for - the dorm I got was very basic but it was also very cheap. Very easy to meet people there - lots of backpackers etc. And, free wifi too. Finally, great for getting buses back to airport etc.
If you’re thinking of booking a holiday in County Wicklow, but do not want to spend too much on your accommodation, then you are in luck. There are a number of options for staying in two star hotels throughout the county and you’ll also benefit from having the delights of Dublin just a short drive away.
With a number of great deals available in many of these hotels you should have plenty of money left to make your stay really special, for whatever reason you are staying in County Wicklow.
If teeing off at the green is your reason for visiting you will not be disappointed. The county is home to 20 top-class golf courses and has played host to international tournaments in Ireland such as the Irish Open Golf Championship. It will hold the prestigious Curtis Cup in 2016.
If history is more your thing then opting for a two star hotel close to the evocative ruins of Black Castle or the stately 18th century grandeur of Avondale House may be more suited to your interests.
Brittas Bay Beach and Bray Head offer the delights of the coast to visitors and there are many two star hotel options for those looking for a bit of beach life.
The mountains of County Wicklow are, in truth, more like large hills but offer delightful walking opportunities for those keen on blowing the cobwebs away. The popular Wicklow Way offers plenty of walking opportunities for dedicated hikers and sometime strollers alike.
If you want to get away from it all with a stay in rural beauty there is still no reason the contrasting pleasures of city life need be out of bounds. Choosing a two star hotel in the north of the county will place Dublin within easy reach and you can still get home after a short drive to your tranquil hotel in County Wicklow.
All of the facilities you need for a relaxing stay are available in County Wicklow’s two star hotels, from free parking and hotel WiFi to 24-hour concierge services and daily housekeeping. You can expect a thoroughly comfortable room, maybe a small bar and lounge, a free breakfast to set you up for the day ahead and a very warm welcome indeed.
Furthermore, all of our two star accommodation has been reviewed and rated by former guests so you can be certain that you are making an informed decision on your choice. With so many hotels on offer it is making that choice that is the hardest thing. But here’s a secret: wherever you choose you are bound to enjoy your stay. Who could not love the garden of Ireland?