Welcome to Saint Martha's B&B, a friendly, family-run Bed and Breakfast in the centrally located Drumcondra area of Dublin. Here, guests can expect a warm and friendly welcome in a relaxed and comfortable house. All rooms have TV, hair-dryer, toiletries and tea/coffee facilities. And there is a patio area to take advantage of the 'occasional' Irish sun. Located just off the main Airport road into the city centre, Saint Martha's Bed & Breakfast in Drumcondra is convenient to Croke Park, Dublin City University and the Point Theatre, in addition to the IFSC and all the attractions of Dublin City Centre.
College House, 50 Upper Drumcondra Road, is a comfortable Victorian residence, situated directly opposite the main entrance to St. Patrick's College on the N1, the main road between Dublin Airport and Dublin city centre. Standard and ensuite rooms available. Many restaurants and pubs are closeby, within walking distance and many more are within easy reach by bus or taxi. Shopping in Dublin city is a very pleasant experience. Take some time also to sample the fine cuisine that Irelands Capital has to offer.
A lovely warm home in a quiet settled residential area, where you can be assured of a great Irish welcome and a good night's sleep. Convenient to Dublin Airport, Car Ferry and City Centre. Bus and electric train services are within walking distance. Private off-street parking is available. All guest rooms have en-suite bathrooms and satellite TV. Special dietary requirements such as vegetarian and coeliac are catered for. There are a number of Restaurants in the local village, and nearby. There are numerous golf courses within 10km e.g. Royal Dublin, Portmarnock, St. Margarets, Luttrelstown Castle, Malahide. The Bull Island and Dollymount Strand is 3km away. It is 5km long and 1km wide and has been a nature reserve since 1988. It is also a designated UNESCO biosphere reserve. There are some very invigorating walks in the dunes and along the beach. The peninsula of Howth Head is 7km away, and has breathtaking views of Dublin Bay and the East Coast.