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Was here recently for a friend's wedding and overnight stay. Old world charm and affordable, as well as close to the boardwalk. Be aware that this hotel is turn of the century early 1900's so it's not for everyone. I would definitely avoid staying the...More
This place was so cute! My husband and I stopped here on a quick trip to AC. We didn't plan ahead and just booked the first place that had a vacancy close to the beach.
I read some reviews before we got there so I...More
Love the Irish Pub. Right off the boardwalk on St James. I ordered the Sandwich and salad which is Pork Roll and Cheese and an Oriental Salad. Iced tea was fresh and my boyfriend ordered a beer. The sandwich was tasty and the wait staff...More
Recently stayed at the Inn of the Irish Pub. What a cute place! Grant it may not be every traveler's cup of tea, but I really enjoyed it! This place was built in 1900 and I would imagine if the original guests could come back...More
After leaving the pub across the road (and being so disappointed to the point of almost shell shocked) we walked over to the Irish pub. Ahhhhh, so nice to be back among the living!! It was a rainy afternoon and there were plenty of people...More
Response from Crazy2Ski | Reviewed this property |
No, the rooms do not have air conditioning. However, due to the proximity of the location, usually there is a nice breeze off the ocean. Conversely, the Inn portion of the pub does not have heat either. Consequently, that... More
No, the rooms do not have air conditioning. However, due to the proximity of the location, usually there is a nice breeze off the ocean. Conversely, the Inn portion of the pub does not have heat either. Consequently, that is one of the reasons the Inn operates only during late spring, summer, and closes in the fall.
Regardless, if you are interested in history, and want to get a feel of how travelers experienced Atlantic City 100 years ago, it is worth staying there. Can't beat the price, and I've always had a great experience every time I've been there.