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Anne is a very kind owner, our room was a nice and comfortable garret. Rich breakfast. The B&B is very close to the bus stop, so it's easy to go to city centre.
Only flaw: it was very difficult to get there for the taxi driver.
I recommend it !
Luisa Sartorio -
Italy (June, 2016)
We were delighted to discover Tall Trees B&B because of its close proximity to old friends in Ballinteer. However, we were pleasantly surprised at what a lovely experience it was. The house is elegantly decorated with original artwork from around the world and lush plants. Our quarters, in an attic conversion, were also beautiful with more art, posters I was especially thrilled to see two Pre-Raphaelites and shelves of fascinating books. It was tempting to just stay there all day and read and enjoy the sun through the skylights, one of which had a view of Marlay Park's woods and hills. Bed was very comfy and wetroom with a good shower, although one had to stoop around the place like as in 'Being John Malkovich,' although that was part of the fun. Also, we just expected a croissant and cereal for our continental breakfast, but Ann, lady of the house, served up exquisite and generous servings of gorgeously presented fruit with yogurt, freshly made scones and breads, and plates of deli meats and cheeses on old china in her bright piano room. It was if we were dining on the Amalfi Coast and not a Dublin suburb. At any rate, this review is rather long but I must rave. My family and I look forward to visiting Tall Trees B&B again.
Kate Bell -
Ireland (August, 2015)
Wonderful experience, quiet, clean and friendly. I felt very safe and slept well!
Ireland (October, 2013)