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Baggot Court Townhouse
92 Lower Baggot Street

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The Baggot Court Guest House Dublin is renowned for the individual and personalised attention offered to guests ensuring you have a comfortable and relaxing stay. Baggot Court Townhouse offers 17 bedrooms, comprising of twin, triples, standard doubles and superior doubles. These rooms are bright airy, comfortable and relaxing. Rates include full Irish breakfast. Early Check-in permitted subject to availability of room. Free Wi-Fi/Wireless Broadband in selected rooms and all public areas.We have brought warmth and a homely touch to this Georgian Town House, which, while offering the most modern décor, retains the traditional feel of an elegant private residence. Built in the 1800's as a family residence, the Baggot Court Townhouse has been recently refurbished and rated Bord Failte 3 star, RAC 4 Diamonds with a Sparkling Diamond for cleanliness.LocationThe Baggot Court Guesthouse (3 star) is located in Dublin City Centre (Dublin 2) on Baggot St Lower between Merrion Square and Fitzwilliam Square and a very short walk to St. Stephens Green, Leeson St, Grafton Street shopping district, Trinity College, The National Gallery and our Government Buildings & Leinster House and a 15 minute walk from Temple Bar & O'Connell Bridge.Complimentary car parking is available all day Saturday & Sunday and on Monday to Friday car parking is available from 6:00pm to 8:00am. Chargeable parking is available on the street outside, although we would recommend that you do not need a car while in Dublin as all major attractions are located nearby and Murray's Europe Rent-a-Car is only a 3 minute walk away

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