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About

We cater for all rooming types, with all sized rooms to suit your needs, large family rooms included, to accommodate up to 6 persons. We provide cots for infants, upon request. Ground floor rooms, smoking rooms, rooms in quieter locations for work/study.

Please do not hesitate to ask, whatever your preferred need may be, we will do our best to accommodate you accordingly.

Full Irish Breakfast and Continental Breakfast are served daily in the dining room on the ground floor from 7.30 am until 9.30 am.

The breakfast is optional and available. Children aged 4 years and under eat free.

We offer a buffet styled breakfast, self-service. There is a wide variety of food to choose from and we cater for all types of diet.

  • Check in from 2pm
  • Check out by – 11am

We offer 10% – 15% discount in a selection of local pubs and restaurants – all within a five minute walk of Egans Guest House. You can also avail of a further 10% – 15% discount off many of our popular visitor attractions such as Dublin Zoo, National Concert Hall and many more in Dublin and other counties.

A Short History of EgansHouse

Eganshouse comprises numbers 7 and 9 Iona Park, Glasnevin, Dublin 9. Iona Park was built between 1909 and 1911 as part of the development of Henry Gore Lindsay’s estate in Glasnevin. Numbers 7 & 9 Iona Park were built in 1909 and 1910 respectively, by the renowned builder, Alexander Strain.

The representatives of Henry Gore Lindsay and Alexander Strain owned these properties until they were purchased by the previous owner of Eganshouse in 1971.

Glasnevin, or Glas Na’on, ‘Stream of the Infants’ — also known as Glas Naedhe, O Naeidhe’s Stream, first came into prominence in the sixth century, when St Mobhi founded a monastery on the banks of the river Tolka, on the present site of Glasnevin Village.

After the Anglo-Norman invasion of Ireland in the twelfth century the lands of Glasnevin became the property of the Holy Trinity (Christ Church Cathedral) and in its returns for 1326 it was stated that 28 tenants resided in Glasnevin Read More Here >>

Places to visit

Egans House bnb is also conveniently located close to Dublin Ferry Port, The 02 Concert Venu, IKEA, National Aquatic Centre, Dublin City University (D.C.U.) The Helix, Croke Park, Temple Bar and between the Mater Hospital, Temple Street Childrens Hospital and Beaumont Hospital.

Other attractions include Dublin Zoo which is located within the Phoenix Park and Dublin Castle along with Theatres, Bars and Restaurant are all within walking distance of our guest house. We take great pride in providing a quality yet value for money Bed and Breakfast accommodation and look forward to helping you enjoy your visit to Dublin.

Locally, you will find all your basic needs within a 2 minute walk, a chemist, a doctor, grocery stores (Spar and Tesco), dry cleaners, laundry store and many fast food restaurants such as Mc Donalds and Subway to name but a few.

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Reviews:

“Egans House is an excellent guesthouse with a congenial atmosphere […] We stayed there twice, had clean and lovely, comfortable rooms each time, a really good breakfast every day and a kind and very helpful staff at any time. We are sure to be back again next year and it is a great pleasure for us recommending Egans House to every visitor who loves Dublin and Ireland”

“A quiet, perfectly situated hotel with friendly staff and lovely rooms. The breakfasts were fantastic. Perfect if you’re looking for somewhere close to the city centre without the noise and business that you’ll find in the centre of Dublin. Can’t recommend Egans enough, thank you for a great stay”