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Bellgrove

Killester, Dublin

Open all year

4km from Dublin

Tourist Board Rating:   Approved
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Dublin

County Dublin

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Paul Boothman

A warm welcome awaits you at Bellgrove Bed and Breakfast.

302 Howth Road
Killester
Dublin 5

Relax in the leafy confines of Bellgrove bed and breakfast, just 4km from Dublin city centre. Nestled in Killester, County Dublin, it’s a pretty suburb just north of the city. Ideally located for visits to Croke Park - an historic Irish sports ground, renowned concert venue - the O2 Arena and the Aviva Stadium - host of international sports fixtures, guests will have an enjoyably busy stay. Conveniently located on the city’s train line, the likes of Trinity College, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the Guinness Storehouse and the bustling shopping districts are all on the doorstep.

How to get here

From the IFSC (Irish Financial Services Centre) in the city centre, travel northbound along Amiens Street, through Fairview. Take the second left onto Howth Road. Travel for 2km and the house is the one before the St. Brigid's church.

Bus Routes: 31, 31a, 32, 32a, 32b, 29a. 

DART train service.

Sat Nav: Lat (53.375134) - Long (-6.196408)

Facilities

  • Baby Sitting
  • Cycling
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Satellite
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking

Customer Reviews

 

Sara Dillinger

 

First, let me apologize for the delay in entering this review. My computer was lost in NYC and I have just now gotten it back. Our stay at Bellgrove was short but enjoyable. We were particularly grateful that they were able to accommodate us on such short notice and were so welcoming when we came in dragging our massive pile of luggage. The room was comfortable and very attractive; we slept well. The breakfast was excellent - fresh scones one day. There was a bus stop just outside the car park, so that it was easy enough to get into Dublin. It was, altogether, a very nice place to stay.

Famiglia Angelini Marco

 

Comfortable and good value.There are no stairs, rooms at back so no traffic noise, the room was big and clean, the breakfast was plentiful and tasty and the staff was kind and helpful. The location is pretty much perfect being in very close proximity to the city centre by either bus or Dart train and access from the airport is very easy. it took about 20 minutes to reach dublin 1 without traffic. Gussie was very nice and helpful with maps and directions.

allemann

 

nice, freandly place

PISSON

 

it is a good b and b but we think that the owners could improve their welcome. God breakfast.

Mike and Barry

 

The Bellgrove is a great place. It was a very nice place and quiet. Close enough to the bus if you wanted to get DT Dublin.Short drive to the coast as well. Gussy was an extremely nice and pleasent host. She welcomes you into her home and makes you feel like you have known her forever. The irish breakfast was excellent. I think it was the best black and white pudding, that I had.

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