Location, location, location This is one of the most important things to consider when searching for your ideal B&B Dublin Whether travelling for business or leisure purposes, youll want to be close to the citys main attractions, with easy access to transport services to ensure you get the most from your city break.
With so much to see and do in Irelands capital its worth seeking out accommodation thats close to a Dublin Area Rapid Transport (DART) station. These green trains carry visitors directly to town and along the Dublin coast, so you can jump from the hustle and bustle of the city centre to spectacular seaside towns in minutes. If youre flying into Dublin airport, it also helps to find a B&B on the Air Coach route. This provides a 24-hour service, taking visitors to and from the airport to specified stops throughout the city and suburbs.
Latest figures from Filte Ireland show that 3.5 million tourists visited Dublin in 2010, with 930,000 visiting the Guinness Storehouse, 469,000 viewing the Book of Kells and 300,000 checking out St Patricks Cathedral. With so much to explore, your ideal B&B Dublin will be at least a short taxi ride from these and other attractions.