Ashfield House Dublin

Ashfield House Dublin

19/20 D'Olier Street, Central Dublin, Dublin Dublin 2, Ireland

Housed in a building with a fascinating history, Ashfield House Dublin is ideally located in the very heart of Dublin city centre and offers excellent amenities such as internet access and a bureau de change.

Ashfield House Dublin

Ashfield House Dublin has an excellent location right in the heart of the city centre. The excellent amenities at this friendly hostel include a fully-equipped self-catering kitchen and dining area, 24 hour reception and no curfew, safety deposit boxes, free luggage storage, and a pool table, TV, bureau de change and internet access in the reception area. Bedding is provided at Ashfield House Dublin and a continental breakfast is also on offer to help get your brain into gear for a day of study.

Dublin Ashfield House offers you a choice of guestrooms with bathroom facilities, from a single room to a bed in a shared dormitory. The building which houses Dublin Ashfield House was constructed in 1832 and has an interesting history of use leading up to the opening of the hostel in 1995. It has been a hotel, a store, a restaurant at the turn of the century and a chapel from 1970: the Red Bank Restaurant was one of the best known seafood eateries in the city and Joyce refers to it in Ulysses.

Where is Ashfield House Dublin Located?

Ashfield House Dublin is located in Central Dublin Regional Map, Local Map

Dublin Ashfield House is conveniently sitauted just minutes from University of Dublin Trinity College. Language Centre of Dublin is also just a short stroll from your hostel.

Tara Street Station is the nearest station to Ashfield House Dublin, which has three lines running through it - the DART, South Eastern Suburban and Northern Suburban. Grab a train on the DART line and you will come to Sandymount Station in less than 10 minutes, where you can visit Sandymount Strand - a stretch of tidal mudflat referred to in Joyce's Ulysses, which is host to thousands of birds.

Most of the city's major sites are within walking distance of Dublin Ashfield House, including the many shops of Grafton Street as well as the green spaces of St Stephen's Green and Merrion Square. The bars and restaurants of lively Temple Bar are also close by, as are the River Liffey and O'Connell Street.

Ashfield House Dublin Facilities

  • Colour Television
  • Self-Catering Kitchen

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