My husband and I were on vacation traveling Ireland. Stayed here for 3 nights. Yes the rooms are very small, but with all the old buildings that is hard to fix. And when you are gone all day at sites who needs all that room. They had a small closet and window shelf in our room which helped with the space. The room and bathroom was clean. We had a little difficulty with the toilet, but I am finding that in all of Europe. It did get loud as it was in Temple Bar area, but we knew that. Having an interior room might help that if worried about the noise. The staff was pleasant, especially the gal who checked us in in the morning. It is a hostel not a hotel so when rating it fairing to a hostel I thought it was a great value with the free toast and drinks in the morning.
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- Start your Irish experience at Barnacles Hostel Temple Bar, the perfect location to explore Dublin City. Barnacles hostels in Dublin and Galway are specifically designed for you, the modern day global backpacker - with state of the art facilities, superior comfort and a relaxed and friendly vibe, all at affordable rates. You can find the Barnacles team 24 hours a day, ready to give you tips and local knowledge on how best to enjoy your time with us. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Barnacles Hostel Temple Bar Hotel Dublin
- Barnacles Dublin