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Pembroke Townhouse Offers Accessible Accommodation in Ballsbridge, Dublin


  • Published: 2010-06-03 (Revised/Updated 2016-03-18) : Author: Pembroke Townhouse
  • Synopsis: Pembroke Townhouse located in Ballsbridge in Dublin Ireland is Accessible to people with disabilities seeking accommodation.

Pembroke Townhouse located in Ballsbridge in Dublin Ireland is Accessible to people with disabilities seeking accommodation.

Suitable for anyone looking for something friendly, authentic and Irish! Pembroke Townhouse is located in Ballsbridge in Dublin 4, only 5 minutes by taxi from the city center / Stephen's Green / Grafton Street!

This privately owned elegant 4 Star guest-house has all the amenities expected of a hotel, a drawing room for residents' use and 48 comfortably bedrooms of which some offer wheelchair access, all which have been recently re-decorated.

Breakfast is the only meal served and offers dishes like French toast as well as traditional breakfast and home baked breads and scones.

A large secure car-park with designated wheelchair parking is available free of charge to guests and there is a designated wheelchair entrance at ground-level and lift access throughout the building, so one can avoid the steps to the main entrance.

Lonely Planet review: Fionn Davenport - Lonely Planet author:

This super-luxurious town house is a wonderful example of what happens when traditional and modern combine to great effect.

Pembroke Townhouse ExteriorAbout This Image: Pembroke Townhouse ExteriorA classical Georgian house has been transformed into a modern boutique hotel, with each room carefully appointed to reflect the best of contemporary design and style, right down to the modern art on the walls and the lift to the upper floors.

Take a fancy Georgian townhouse, add a modern twist and you get Dublin's take on the boutique hotel. Sounds simple, right? Georgian houses do make great canvases, but it's really all about the artist, and this particular creation is pretty special indeed. The standard rooms aren't especially big, but they're beautifully appointed with elegant, contemporary furniture, king-size beds draped in Egyptian cotton and fancy bathrooms. The more interesting rooms are the six split-level mezzanine singles and doubles, which have a decent living area on the bottom floor next to a modern bathroom and the bedroom upstairs. Although not a split-level, the one suite is exceptionally spacious. Breakfast - a gourmet rendition of the traditional Irish fry or a more heart friendly continental buffet - is served in the elegant dining room. Sounds stuffy, right? Well, it's anything but: the staff are brilliant but personable, and that, we think, is what makes this place that little bit special.

Pembroke Townhouse Dining AreaAbout This Image: Pembroke Townhouse Dining AreaGeorgina Campbell Guide: Conveniently located close to the RDS and Lansdowne Roads Aviva Stadium, this fine guest-house has all the amenities usually expected of an hotel. There's a drawing room and study for residents' use and the comfortably furnished rooms, which are individually designed, have recently been re-decorated; all have a safe and facilities for business guests (wi-fi is available in all areas), as well as direct dial phone and cable television (no tea / coffee making facilities, but will be delivered on request with delicious home made cookies). Breakfast is the only meal served, but it offers a full buffet with dishes like French toast and omelette's as well as the traditional cooked breakfast. When arriving by car, it is best to go the car-park at the back, as you can then take a lift with your luggage (avoiding heavy traffic and steep steps to the front door).

Fodor's Review: Dublin is at its most beautiful when it wears its Georgian face, and the Pembroke, a superb example of classic 18th-century grandeur, captures the city on a very good hair day. Town house does not do justice to the splendor of the place, but does hint at the cozy, relaxed atmosphere. The fan-windowed front door leads into a stately reception area, complete with Grecian pillars.The bright, airy, high-ceiling rooms are all individually designed in a gentle clash of contemporary chic and Georgian symmetry. Nearly every wall bears a striking piece of contemporary Irish art. The hearty breakfast - including delicious homemade French toast and Omelette's if desired - is served in the serene dining room.

Awards Received: RAC Warm Welcome Award; RAC Sparkling Diamond Award; RAC Little Gem Award 2004, 2005; Fodor's Choice Award 2008; Bridgestone Food Guide 2010; Michelin Guide 2006/7/8/9/10

Location: Located within Dublin City Center, 30 minutes from Dublin International Airport, 15 minutes from Dun Laoghaire Port

Pembroke Townhouse Bedroom SuiteAbout This Image: Pembroke Townhouse Bedroom SuiteProperty Layout: Six floors with lift, dining room and one dedicated meeting room/study. There is also secure parking for 20 cars.

Guest Rooms: 48 bedrooms: - 41 Superior King / Twin Rooms 6 Mezzanine Mini-Suites 1 Mini-Suite

Accessibility: The hotel is wheelchair accessible and we have two specially adapted bedrooms.

Check-In and Checkout: Check-in: 2.00 pm

Address: Pembroke Townhouse
90 Pembroke Road Ballsbridge Dublin 4

Telephone: +353 1 6600277
Fax: +353 1 6600291

General Manager: Fiona Teehan
Reservations Manager: Francesco Cuscito
Head Chef: Ivan Mamkaitis

Email: info@pembroketownhouse.ie
Website: www.pembroketownhouse.ie

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