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Gogartys, Dublin

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Have been researching Dublin accommodations on the great advice of other Fodorites. Of interest was the 2 bedroom apartment mentioned at a reasonable price on the Gogartys website.

We are 2 couples - early 60's to early 70's and will be in Dublin for 3 nights late Aug 2014.

In reading the reviews it mentions 'hostel' but I am wondering if the apartments are separate and would be suitable for our age group. We want something clean and comfortable but not somewhere that we are going to be kept up until all hours with loud music. I do like the idea that we are in a central location for seeing the sights and would enjoy going to the pub for the local Irish music and a decent meal.

Your thoughts please.

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