Ashfield House is Dublin's most centrally located hostel.
We're just one minute's walk to Trinity College, Temple Bar and O'Connell Street as well as bus stops to the airport, ferry terminal, Guinness Storehouse and Heston Station.
All rooms are ensuite, from private rooms to our multi-bedded rooms. Breakfast is included and consists of cereal, toast, yoghurt, tea, coffee, juice and sometimes eggs, fruit and muffins.
We have tons of free goodies on offer, including free luggage storage, free Wi-Fi, free city maps and guides, free clean, fresh linen and a free Dublin City Walking Tour every day! There's also safety deposit boxes and Internet terminals (small fee), an international payphone, drink and snack machines and a fully-equipped kitchen.
We're open 24/7, with a great check-out time of 11.30am on Saturdays and Sundays.
Best of all, we've got a lift so you don't have to drag your luggage up and down stairs.
Please note that children under 16 are not permitted to sleep in shared dorms.
Please note that when making a booking for a dormitory that we will try to keep your group together but we cannot guarantee that your group will all be in the same room.
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Hostel Facilities & Policies
- 24 hour reception
- 24 hour security
- Book exchange
- Breakfast Included
- Cable TV
- Common Room
- Free City Maps
- Free Internet Access
- Free Wifi
- Hair Dryers For Hire
- Hot Showers
- House Keeping
- Internet Access
- Linen Included
- Luggage Storage
- Safety Deposit Box
- Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 2 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
Must-Read Hostel InfoThis property has specific Terms & Conditions.
You must have passport or photo ID to check in.
Ashfield House is a tourist hostel, for short-term stays only. Hostel Management reserves the right to cancel or amend a booking for anti-social behaviour towards hostel staff and/or guests, or non-adherence to our terms and conditions.
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***From Dublin Airport:
Coming from the airport you can catch the express bus, the local public bus or take a taxi to the city centre.
Airlink Express Bus (Dublin Bus Routes 747 & 748):
When you arrive at Dublin airport arrivals hall various buses are located outside the main arrival hall doors. For most routes, the stop you are looking for is O�Connell Street � ask the driver to let you know when the bus has arrived here. When you reach O�Connell Street cross to the south side of O�Connell Bridge and continue to walk towards Trinity College, keeping on the left-hand side of the street. Ashfield House is about 50 meters/yards up on the left-hand side.
Services depart the airport from 05h45 � 23h30 at 10/20 minute intervals; �6.00 single, �3.00 for under 16s.
When you arrive at Dublin airport you can take the Aircoach bus from outside of the terminal building. The stop you are looking for is O�Connell Street; ask the driver to indicate when you have arrived.
When you arrive at Dublin airport- take the bus located outside of the main Arrivals hall on your left side (the last stop). Get off at Upper O�Connell Street and follow the directions as above.
Mon � Sat: 06h50 � 23h10, Sunday: 07h40 � 22h20, approximately every 20 minutes.
Route 41, 41A, 41B, 41C:
Take the bus directly from outside terminal building. Get off at Eden Quay - walk towards O�Connell Bridge and follow the directions as above.
Mon-Sat: 06h25 � 23h30, Sunday: 07h30- 23h15
Note: for Routes 16A, 41, 41A, 41B, 41C, standard Dublin bus fares applies (�2.65 adult). Exact fare is needed for the bus; notes are not accepted and change is not returned.
Taxis are available from the forecourt on the Arrivals level. The approximately cost of a taxi to Ashfield House is �30 (however this depends on traffic and the time of the day).
***From Connolly Train Station or Busaras (Central Bus Station):
If you are travelling from Busaras or Connolly Station, you can walk to our hostel (about 10 minutes walk).
Exiting Connolly Station on to Amiens Street you will see Busaras, the central bus station. From Busaras, head southwest on Frenchman's Lane toward Moland Place. Turn left at Lower Gardiner Street. Slight right at Beresford Place (you will see the beautiful Custom House building on your left hand side). Cross the bridge and turn right at George's Quay/N11. Continue along the quays towards O�Connell Bridge. Turn left at D'Olier Street, and at about 50 meters/yards is Ashfield House on your left.
Take the 151 or 128
By Taxi: Traveling by taxi could cost you approximately �7 depending on traffic.
***From Heuston Station:
By Tram (LUAS):
This is the easiest way. Take the tram at Heuston Station and get off at Abbey St Luas Stop. Then walk back a minute to find O�Connell Street and turn left and walk towards
O�Connell Bridge and follow the directions above.
Take the no. 90 (�1.65)
By Taxi: There is a taxi rank located outside the train station. Taking Taxi from Heuston Station will cost approximately �15 depending on traffic and number of passengers.
***From Dublin Port (North Wall):
Take the public bus outside of the main building; Route 53 runs to the city centre (Busaras). Buses are scheduled to coincide with the ferry timetable.
A taxi from here will cost approximately �20 depending on traffic. It can be quite difficult to get a taxi from the ferry port when a large number of passengers travel.
***From Dun Laoghaire Ferryport:
Take the DART to Tara St station, turn left when you exit the station, keeping the River Liffey on your right hand side. When you arrive at O�Connell Bridge, turn left into D�Olier St and at about 50 meters/yards is Ashfield House on your left.
Trinity College, O'Connell Street and Bridge, Connelly & Heuston Station. National Bus Station. The Dart Station & both red and green Luas Stops. Henry Street and Grafton Street, Christchurch & St. Patricks Cathedrals. Croke Park, Dublin Zoo, James Joyce Tower, Kilmainham Gaol, National Gallery of Ireland, National Museum of Ireland, The Old Jameson Distillery.