Fatima House B&B
Fatima House B&B
Fatima House is one of Dublin’s longest serving Family run Guesthouses, at Fatima House you can feel the personal commitment to offering guests a real home from home experience within walking distance of Dublin City Centre.
Mr Niall Duffy and his family have committed over three decades to ensuring that guests are welcomed to Fatima House and that when they leave, they simply want to return again and again.
Fatima House is a City Centre B&B that has clearly been a labour of love for Niall and his family, Fatima House offers all the modern amenities set within a cosy and welcoming atmosphere.
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Single rooms, double/twin rooms, triple rooms (two rooms for 4 also available).
Private off-street car park – a small charge applies.
Small city garden available to guests
Free Access to Internet Desktop PC
TV/Digital Alarm clock radio in all rooms
Shower/bath and toilet in most rooms
Credit cards are accepted. It is advisable to book accommodation in advance at all times.
Telephone reservation may be guaranteed by quoting a valid credit card number, expiry date and security code. Check terms and conditions when booking.
Please telephone immediately in the event of a cancellation. Should it be necessary to cancel or amend a booking without sufficient prior notice, a financial penalty will apply. Please check booking details.
Late arrival should be notified in advance. Expected time of arrival should be advised, please call or text mobile phone number half an hour in advance (see Contact Page).
How to find us
Fatima House is just off Mountjoy Square, directly opposite Gardiner Street Church, and five minutes’ walk from the city centre and all principal shopping areas, cinemas, theatres, museums, stadium (Croke Park, 2 minutes’ walk from the Bed & Breakfast). The bedrooms, most of which are en suite, are well appointed. Tea and coffee are available from the porter. A private car park is available.
Bus routes from airport:
41, 16. Alight in Dorset Street at junction of Upper Gardiner Street/Dorset Street (The Big Tree Pub) (4th set of traffic lights after the Guinness bridge).