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IRISH BREAKFAST AWARDS 2008 GUESTHOUSE BREAKFAST OF THE YEAR 2008


Number 31


Irish Breakfast Awards - Winners 08Rudd'sOur winning guesthouse breakfast is to be found in an hospitable ‘oasis of tranquillity and greenery’ just off St Stephen’s Green, which has recently reopened after major refurbishment and makes a relaxing and interesting city centre base.

With attractive gardens, original interiors in both the main Georgian house and a beautifully converted coach house, and spacious accommodation (exceptionally comfortable beds!), this is a great place to stay. It’s obvious from the outset that warm and friendly hospitality is central to this delightful guesthouse - tea and cookies are served as your car is parked in their secure car park…

And breakfasts, served at communal tables inside, and in the conservatory, are a treat to treasure – juices, fresh fruit and cereals on display, freshly baked breads and delicious preserves, and lovely hot dishes like kippers, Eggs Benedict or scrambled egg with smoked salmon all cooked to order... it has a homely feel too, as the kitchen is beside the breakfast room and there is no door, so you can watch as your breakfast is being prepared. 

A real home from home.

Number 31

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Guesthouse
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88%
8 votes
2 euro A selection of establishments outside the standard categories that should enhance the discerning travellers experience of Ireland Highly Recommended as a Special Place to Stay Previous Georgina Campbell Guides Award Winner
Formerly the home of leading architect, the late Sam Stephenson, a big change took place at this 'oasis of tranquillity and greenery' late in 2017 when Chicago native Richard Driehaus took over from long time owners Noel and Deirdre Comer and it is now ...


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