BMED
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Help For Trip To Ireland

Fri Oct 20, 2006 7:52 am

I'm crying out to all air netters in ireland. I'm planning a trip to ireland. I want to fly from Prestwick to shannon then fly out of dublin to prestwick. I'm after cheap rooms for 1 person in shannon/limerick for 2 nights and then 2 nights in dublin. Dates 5th dec to the 9th dec.

Any help would be great

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abc9
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RE: Help For Trip To Ireland

Fri Oct 20, 2006 8:33 pm

Quoting BMED (Thread starter):
I want to fly from Prestwick to shannon then fly out of dublin to prestwick. I'm after cheap rooms for 1 person in shannon/limerick for 2 nights and then 2 nights in dublin. Dates 5th dec to the 9th dec.

You don't need cheap accomodation as the flight costs are virtually nothing with FR !

PIK-SNN, 5/12, dep 1135 arr 1240, total cost stg£ 6.98
DUB-PIK, 9/12, dep 805 or 1220, total cost € 10.98

All available on the FR website just now

For hotels rooms that are relatively inexpensive but clean, try the Jurys Inns - locations in both Dublin and Limerick
 
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RE: Help For Trip To Ireland

Fri Oct 20, 2006 9:08 pm

Quoting ABC9 (Reply 1):
PIK-SNN, 5/12, dep 1135 arr 1240, total cost stg£ 6.98
DUB-PIK, 9/12, dep 805 or 1220, total cost € 10.98

Actually, it's presently £6.99 PIK-SNN and 10.99 EUR (£7.35) DUB-PIK. Both including tax and fees. To avoid paying extras, don't pay by credit card, but by debit instead (much smaller fee); don't have checked-in luggage (£3.50 per 1 bag), but rather carry-on; and don't select insurance (£5).

Will you be flying DUB-SNN on EI 330? Not that Limerick and Dublin are far apart by public transportation...
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RE: Help For Trip To Ireland

Fri Oct 20, 2006 9:09 pm

Hi BMED,

I've stayed last year in the Kilmurry Lodge Hotel of Limerick.

www.kilmurrylodge.com

It was not so expensive and had a great service.

About Dublin, I know a cheap hotel. Mount Herbert Hotel, in the 4th District, near the Road Rugby Stadium.

www.mountherberthotel.ie

Hope it helps,

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RE: Help For Trip To Ireland

Fri Oct 20, 2006 9:16 pm

Quoting RAFVC10 (Reply 3):
Kilmurry Lodge Hotel of Limerick.

 Wow! I have stayed there on many on accassions on swimming trips down to Limerick. I love that place!
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BMED
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RE: Help For Trip To Ireland

Fri Oct 20, 2006 11:45 pm

Cheers guys. I am now flying FR to and from DUBLIN as because I am travelling on my own it seems expensive for a single room. Managed to find a youth hostel for £6.99 a night. Thanks though for all the advice.
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RE: Help For Trip To Ireland

Fri Oct 20, 2006 11:49 pm

Quoting BMED (Reply 5):
Managed to find a youth hostel for £6.99 a night.

Best of luck BMED - I dread to think what a bed for c. € 10 a night in Dublin will be like !! Enjoy your trip
 
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RE: Help For Trip To Ireland

Sat Oct 21, 2006 12:13 am

Quoting ABC9 (Reply 6):
Best of luck BMED - I dread to think what a bed for c. € 10 a night in Dublin will be like !! Enjoy your trip

Eh? I very frequently stay in hostels on my travels, that's why, despite a good job, I can travel for 3+ months a year while still saving £1400/month. Cheap, good fun, nice to meet other people, etc. Better than a boring, sterile hotel environment.

Anyway, for reviews, visit: www.hostelworld.com.
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RE: Help For Trip To Ireland

Sat Oct 21, 2006 4:26 am

Quoting Pe@rson (Reply 7):
Anyway, for reviews, visit: www.hostelworld.com.

Thats the site i booked on.

Quoting ABC9 (Reply 6):
I dread to think what a bed for c. € 10 a night in Dublin will be like

Most hostels are fine. Anyway, you are only there at night and as I'm planning quite a few of these trips while at uni its a lot cheaper.
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RE: Help For Trip To Ireland

Sat Oct 21, 2006 7:28 pm

Quoting Pe@rson (Reply 7):
Cheap, good fun, nice to meet other people, etc.

...or get robbed, mugged, beaten or murdered - all fun activities!

Quoting Pe@rson (Reply 7):
Better than a boring, sterile hotel environment.

Give me boring and sterile anytime!

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