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St Judes

Rathmines, Dublin

1km from Dublin

Meet your host…

The Boyle Family

Welcome to St Judes Bed & Breakfast where you can look forward to warm Irish hospitality and accommodation that is conveniently located close to all the must-see sights and attractions of Dublin City.

6 Fortfield Terrace
Upper Rathmines
Dublin 6

Relax in the old world charm of a Victorian house with original features at St. Judes bed and breakfast, Rathmines, Dublin. Nestled in the lively suburb of Rathmines, guests can enjoy great pubs, renowned eateries, vintage shops and the perks of Dublin city centre just 1km away. Close to the leafy Grand Canal, visitors can take scenic walks, watch a match at nearby Aviva Stadium and do some shopping in the heart of the city on popular Grafton Street.

How to get here

From Rathmines Post Office: The house is on the fourth road on the left, heading south on the Upper Rathmines Road.

From city centre: Take the 140 bus to Tesco Express shop on Upper Rathmines Road. Get off the bus and walk in the direction the bus was travelling and take the third turn on the left. 

Sat Nav: Lat (53.314634) - Long (-6.263387)


  • Baby Sitting
  • Cot Available
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Satellite
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

Customer Reviews

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Billy & Emily

01 Aug 2017 
Review Score: 7/10

Room had 3 twin beds and bathroom was down the hall. Very clean room. Furnishings are a little tired. Very quiet neighborhood and good location. Very good breakfast. David is very professional, nice enough, but could be more welcoming.

Melanie Stadler

21 Jul 2017 
Review Score: 8/10

nice, little B&B good breakfast, but instant coffee

Carole McVey

02 Jul 2017 
Review Score: 6/10

Adorable Dublin home. Safe neighborhood. Host David gave us the run down of where to go and how to get on the tram, but we choose to walk - if you like walking it isn't bad, we went to Trinity College, Grafton Street and Guinness Factory, that is the best way to see the city and its people. Lots of restaurants and pubs nearby and easy to get to from the airport. Our Host David was a little too much business not welcoming - more worried about where our car was parked and getting his voucher then welcoming us to Dublin. He showed us a map of places to go but we felt like he was in a hurry and we were taking him away from something he would rather be doing. Breakfast was better, he talked to us and was very nice. We had to leave our second morning very early to catch our flight home so we were not able to partake of breakfast, it would have been nice if he offered us a "to go" breakfast of fruit or a muffin.

Pam Younker

30 Jun 2017 
Review Score: 7/10

Enjoyed our stay. Good location in a cute neighborhood with easy access to the train.

Françoise et Jean-Louis

16 Jun 2017 
Review Score: 9/10

A very good location to visit the town as we founded tram and buses easily. Our room was very comfortable and the breakfasts very gorgeous,and our host gave good advices to visit the country.We had interesting conversations with other guests as we had breakfast together.