First the good points.... it feels a bit like student accommodation but the beds are comfortable and the place is clean... and the Aircon works... has free WiFi... has shops and metro nearby
The bad points are... for breakfast you get a €1.50 voucher for the cafe across the road which hardly buys anything.... and the guy that runs it is really only in it for the money and you don't feel that welcome just left on your own after he has finished bugging you for the money that has to be paid in Cash... and upon checkout he never showed up....! there is no sign on the door there is no signs anywhere in fact there is nothing even on the door bell.... so write this down... it's the building at the very top of the street... the bell button is the unlabelled A7 and it's on floor 4 flat 7 at the door with no sign or label... I never saw a phone to make the so called free national calls... the coffee and tea maker has no milk... the WiFi crashes every day.. but you will find a white apple access point is a cupboard behind the front door that you can reboot... the windows are only single glazed and it is noisy so take ear plugs
So I would say only stay there if there is nothing else and your getting it for less than €50 a night... and your willing to take the risk that you might be sleeping on the street because you can't get in and there is no number to call him...!
This may be also listed as just Gallery B&B as all the paper work only has this on it
stay at St Johns Terrace B&B..!
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