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Lynden

Dublin, Ireland (DUB)

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Double Single Ensuite

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Family Room, Ensuite

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Lynden
2 Mulgrave Terrace, Dun Laoire, Dublin, Ireland

Based on 281 reviews
from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Submitted on 25-05-2016
Hotel is a bit tired and in need of a bit of work. Reception area was being renovated on our arrival and unusable during our stay, would have been nice to have been advised of this. We had a 3 bed room which was adequate. Basin taps were very difficult to turn off. Did not have any meals on hotel so cannot comment.
from Paris, France
Submitted on 01-06-2016
Oliveto took over the rather tired Kingston Hotel pub approximately five years ago, and turned it into a critically acclaimed and very popular, very busy favorite dining venue in Dun Laoghaire. They have now taken on the management of the hotel, rebranding it The Haddington. And this is fabulous news, considering their track record and numerous ideas. We usually stay in four star hotels, but have, for almost fifteen years now, made an exception for this place, with its quirky creaking floors, ... Read more
from Dublin, Ireland
Submitted on 02-06-2016
Thankyou for making our stay great again We always love coming back to this hotel The staff are amazing and we enjoyed the restaurant Tks also visit the new library lovely view from 4th floor We love the garden where you can have a drink and enjoy the view Nice to see the weddings and parties a real gem
from Ballybay, Ireland
Submitted on 02-06-2016
Room very small. Curtains torn in the room. Pillows really hard and no others available. What a mess, you have to go through the bar!!! Staff not very attentive. Music really loud and was not turned down until requested at 12.30 one night and 1am the next night. I was told the music would not be on after 12!!!!! The only good thing I found with this hotel was the location to the pier.
from Waterford, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 05-06-2016
This hotel is a classic, old beauty. We felt transported back in time as we stayed in the old section of the hotel. The view from our window was quite possibly the most beautiful scenery I've ever witnessed. There were renovations taking place during our stay but it never bothered us at all. The hotel as well as the town of Dun Laoghaire is beautiful and quaint. I highly recommend a stay here!
from Belfast, United Kingdom
Submitted on 11-06-2016
When we arrived it looked like a building site, room had beautiful view of bay, but thin walls could hear next doors tv and full conversation from them at 3am. Dart woke us at 6.30am. Bed ok if you are under 5 ft, bath room shower also for small people. On the plus side staff very friendly and great buzz around place lovely beer garden. I know the place is now being re- vamped but would have like to know before we booked. Breakfast was ok but not great.
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Submitted on 17-06-2016
Unaware that the hotel is currently undergoing renovation, we were very shocked to find numerous work vans and work men outside the hotel when we arrived. Due to this, it was not clear how to get into the hotel reception or where to park. Thanks to a nice lady who works for the hotel we got parked and checked in...by cutting through the restaurant below. These works are part of a 5-year plan to upgrade the hotel so be warned, as they haven't really put great alternatives in place to alleviate th... Read more
from Douglas, United Kingdom
Submitted on 20-06-2016
I have used this hotel many times under its former name the Kingston and now, The Haddington. The sea views from the front rooms are fantastic and the rooms are very clean with modern coffee machines, a reasonably stiff mattress and a small tv. The restaurant below knocks out top notch food and has a very nice atmosphere. It is quite apparent with the current work going on, what they are trying to achieve and I look forward to seeing the end product when I return next. Having said all of t... Read more
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Submitted on 28-06-2016
This hotel is very homely and friendly. The rooms are clean and comfortable. If you get a room with a view it is magnificent. I have been a few times and have enjoyed it. It is very central to the main area of Dunlaoghaire where there are many pubs and places to eat. And if it is a nice evening there is the pier to walk opposite the hotel. I will definitely be back.
from Dublin
Submitted on 30-06-2016
We recently attended a wedding in The Haddington Hotel. We stayed for 2 nights B&B. The location of hotel is just fabulous, overlooking Dublin Bay. The hotel staff are very welcoming and pleasant to deal with. Value is excellent considering it's location. Rooms are good and clean, maybe dated but the hotel is under refurbishment. Breakfast is buffet style. Food at the hotel is excellent and this was reflected in The Wedding meal and their Oliveto restaurant. Now for the tourist the hotel is not ... Read more
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Submitted on 01-07-2016
We stayed in an ocean-view room which afforded a gorgeous view of the sunset. The room was comfortable, with very nice touches like a Nespresso machine, Tunnock's (delicious) tea cakes, and an eclectic little collection of books. Breakfast the next day was delicious, with a good variety of options, including a traditional Irish breakfast, as well as fresh fruit, a selection of cereals and yogurts, coffee and tea.
from Cork, Ireland
Submitted on 03-07-2016
Had the most delicious prawn pitza in the garden with an amazing view of the bay, served to us by friendly professional pleasant staff who were so so nice!! A great place to happen upon on a wet Friday in dunlaoighre when we got caught in the rain - warm and welcoming indoors and had to re visit today Sunday in the sunshine. Will return for sure
from Dublin
Submitted on 04-07-2016
We recently attended a wedding in The Haddington Hotel. 2 adults for 1 night B&B. The location of hotel is just fabulous, overlooking Dun Laoghaire harbour. The hotel staff are very welcoming and pleasant to deal with. Value is excellent. I was so impressed I tried to book another room at the weekend for August/September but they were all booked. Mid week had plenty of availability. I had a refurbished room, which had a side view of the harbour. Room was small, but quality was superb, somewher... Read more
from Ireland
Submitted on 09-07-2016
Goos hotel in dun laoghaire at a reasonnable rate.. The hotel is a little bit oldish but some works meant to be done in the coming months. I would definitely recommend for a simple good night under 100? in front of the seaside! Close to the Dart station (5') and buses going to town too...
from Langley City, Canada
Submitted on 11-07-2016
We recently spent 5 nights at the Haddington. It's overlooking East Pier, and easy walking distance from the Dart Station, which gave us access to Dublin. The staff were friendly and the rooms very comfortable. Nespresso machines in each room were really appreciated. The elevator broke down just after we took it to the 5th floor with my mother in a wheelchair, and we were worried that because it was a Sunday she'd be stranded up there. But they got someone in really quickly, and it was fixe... Read more
from Donegal Town, Ireland
Submitted on 14-07-2016
The Haddington is a lovely hotel, in a fantastic location. We stayed in a crash pad room as we were attending a concert so only wanted a bed for the night. We weren't expecting much as our room was only ?75 for the night but Wow we were shocked. The room was bigger than other rooms we stayed in before in more expensive hotels. It was perfect. And it even had a Coffee machine in the room. The hotel has a lovely restaurant and great area outside to eat and enjoy an drink with a view of the harbo... Read more
from Jacksonville, Florida
Submitted on 16-07-2016
We stayed at a hotel up the road, but stopped at The Haddington for dinner. It has an outdoor patio with picnic benches overlooking the Irish Sea. I think the outside dining is done by a company called Oliveto. We had Diavola Pizza (Italian sliced salami). It was the most delicious pizza I think I've ever had. A waitress came over right away and ten minutes later, our pizza was on the table. There was a wonderful breeze and a view to die for. The pizza was $13 and we were stuffed afterwards.
from Dublin, Ireland
Submitted on 20-07-2016
Spent a delightful Sunday afternoon here in the fantastic beer garden. The atmosphere was fantastic with young families, old and young couples and young people all soaking up a very rare sunny day in Ireland. The scenery was spectacular and the bar service and food service was great. Would highly recommend it. A must do before the summer is over.
from Birmingham, United Kingdom
Submitted on 21-07-2016
Come here for the full on Irish welcome . Room had a nespresso machine with choice of pods- lovely touch. Breakfast brilliant but dinner outstanding - had sea bass wrapped in bacon - perfectly cooked. Good luck to the young barman going off to med school soon - will be missed at the hotel! Consider this place as MUCH cheaper than central Dublin and a really short (15-20 min) and pleasant train ride along the coast ( around 6 euros return) - trains return from Dublin till around 11.30 pm and hote... Read more
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