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Last minute to Dublin this week-end - B&B or hotel recommends

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It's my birthday this week-end. My husband's asked me what I'd like to do. We've never been to Ireland, and want to go. Know in the future we'll do it justice, but just for this week-end, I'd like to go to Dublin.

Hoping it would be a relatively 'easy' trip. We live near Heathrow, but because we both work full-time, couldn't leave until Sat morning and would have to return Sun night.

Does anyone here have a recommendation for a good, clean B&B or hotel located in a part of Dublin that would be interesting? We are a married couple in our 50s. Being a quick visit, would like to drink-in some atmosphere along with a Guinness or two. A good pub with Irish trad music would be a bonus.

Not more than £300 total for flights/hotel.

We know nothing about Dublin's neighbourhoods, etc., so are novices.

Thanks.

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