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Cross over Harcourt Street onto Charlotte Way and the hotel is at the end of this street on the left hand side.

Take the Dublin Bus 16 direction Ballinteer and get off at Harrington Street, also called Kellys Corner.

When exiting the bus, cross the street and go right. Take the second street on your left, Camden Street.

The hotel is located on your right 50 meters further.

Taxis can be taken from outside the airport arrivals hall and cost approximately 30.00 40.00 each way. (guesthouses in eastbourne Please note this guesthouses in grahamstown is an estimated price and depends on traffic, luggage and persons travelling).

30-40 guesthouses in eastbourne minutes.Please make your hotel reservation through Basel Tourism.

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224 modern rooms in the categories comfort, deluxe, executive and suite have free Wi-Fi Internet, a desk, mini fridge, safe with a charger plug socket, cable TV, telephone, hairdryer and bathrooms with sophisticated lighting.

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