A stone's throw from the famous shopping street that gave it its name, this Victorian Gothic–style building has been tastefully transformed into one of central Dublin's best bargains. The guest rooms are a little cramped, but they're brightly decorated with red rugs, striking wallpapers, cheerful pine furnishings, and the small size of the place ensures warm, friendly service. The rooms vary in size, but not price, so be bold and ask for a bigger one. They are simply
decorated, with original wood floors, and occasional quirky, individual touches like exposed beams.
Aug 29, 2004
One reviewer raved about this place because it had MTV and cartoons in the morning!! Not a world traveler I would guess, or they are 16. Anyway, the Grafton Guesthouse our worst B&B of the trip. Small rooms, lousy plumbing, 4th floor, no elevator or air conditioning...broils in the summer, Open the window? Way to noisy. And, 125 Euros for double! This one, I will skip upon our return.