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About

About Us

Welcome to Portobello B&B

Eileen and Paul Coughlin have been welcoming guests to their family home since 1997.

PORTOBELLO B & B is a 3* rated accommodation approved by Failte Ireland the official Irish Tourist Board.
The Victorian brick house was built in 1881 and is very centrally located near to Dublin city with various places of historical interest and entertainment venues in the area.
We are located in the Portobello area of South Circular Road within minutes of the city in an area once known as Little Jerusalem. Synge Street nearby was the birthplace of the playwright George Bernard Shaw, the house is now a museum. The Irish Jewish museum is also in the area on Walworth Road.

*Buses pass the door to the airport and city.

*Free parking is provided.

*Complimentary WIFI

RATES

Single room €45 – €60
Double/twin room €35 – €50 per person sharing
Family room (suit 3 – 4) €30 – €40 per person sharing
ALL PRICES INCLUDE BREAKFAST.
For bookings directly contact us or make an online booking through Booking.com website.

BEDROOMS

All our rooms are en-suite and have:
* Flat screen TV
* Hairdryer
* Tea/Coffee making facilities
* WIFI

BREAKFAST

Our breakfast include a choice of
* Full Irish Breakfast
* Smoked Salmon with Scrambled Eggs
* Omelettes
* Pancakes with Fruit or Chocolate
* Cereals
* Juice
* Fruit
* Yogurts
* Breads
Tea /Coffee

Gluten free menu available.

We are 1 mile or 20 minutes walk from the Grafton St./St. Stephens Green area of Dublin, where nearby you will find the National Museum, National History Museum, National Library and Government Building.

St. Patricks Cathedral, Christchurch Cathedral and Dublin Castle are also within walking distance.

Information for the above can be found on www.visitdublin.com

For those researching their family tree they will find useful information at the National Archives in Bishop St. www.nationalarchives.ie

Griffith college and the National Boxing Stadium are just up the road.
For night life why not visIt the pubs, clubs, and restaurants in the village Quarter of Camden/Wexford St, Harcourt St and of couse the well known Temple Bar area.