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    b&B in dublin with secure bike parking

    i am travelling on the thursday to dublin and would like a b&b for thursday night with secure bike parking any ideas please

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    theres an ibis in clondalkin

    i was looking for outta town for something and came across this

    http://www.milllanehouse.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hairnet600 View Post
    theres an ibis in clondalkin
    It has a carpark alright but I don't know how secure it is.

    I'm not familiar with anywhere around Dublin as I'm not in the habit of using B&Bs here but I reckon you'd be better off moving out of town a bit.

    Here's a couple of websites you could try :
    http://www.dublintourist.com/
    http://www.bedandbreakfastireland.net/
    http://www.hotelsandguesthouses.net/...%20Ireland.htm
    http://www.townandcountry.ie/index.cfm
    http://www.discoverireland.ie/Accommodation.aspx
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    best i can suggest.
    another visiting Tosser used it a while ago and said it was o.k.

    http://www.travelodge.ie/dublin-city-center-hotel

    however;

    "Travelodge Dublin City Hotel has limited parking, please contact the hotel to reserve."

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