aim is to make your stay a pleasant and comfortable one. Should you
have any queries or special requests please feel free to contact reception
where we will try to accommodate you. We are situated beside the Phoenix
Park and a two-minute walk from Hueston Station. There are direct
bus routes to bring you into the city centre in five minutes or a
twenty-minute walk along the Quays of the River Liffey will bring
you to Temple Bar and O'Connell Bridge.
Local attractions, all just a short stroll
The Phoenix Park which houses Dublin Zoo; The National Museum at
Collins Barracks; Smithfield with its viewing tower and Traditional
Music Centre; Guinness's Brewery at St. James's Gate; Museum of
Modern Art: Kilmainham Royal Hospital and Kilmainham Jail.
We think that breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Breakfast
is served Monday to Saturday 7.30am and 9.30am. Breakfast is served
Sunday 8.00am - 10.00am. The breakfast menu includes: Cereal, fruit,
toast, brown bread and eggs (scrambled, poached or boiled). We offer
a full Irish breakfast or a vegetarian alternative. We will try
our best to facilitate any special requests: Please let us know
the evening before!
Televisions are remote control. Turn the television on at the set
(red light will now be on) and then use your remote control.
Please feel free to contact reception if you have any problems.
To contact reception - dial 0 To contact another room, just dial
the room's number e.g. Dial 101 for room 1. For an outside line
contact reception for instruction, calls are charged per unit, details
at reception. International codes are available at reception.
Check out Time is 11.00am. You may leave your luggage for collection
later in the day if needed.
The use of a hair dryer and an iron is available on request.
May I take this opportunity to thank you for staying at the Gate
Lodge guest house. If you require any additional information or
assistance to help make your stay more comfortable and enjoyable,
please do not hesitate to contact us at reception.
Edmond Sheehan Niamh Sheehan