Formerly known as The Hawthorn, Forty Four Main Street is located in central Swords and just a five-minute drive from Dublin Airport. The hotel offers elegant guest rooms, a restaurant and pub.
The 14 stylish, en-suite rooms are equipped with wall-mounted flat-screen TVs and tea and coffee making equipment. Some rooms have balconies.
The hotel has an on-site restaurant and pub and offers free Wi-Fi. Guests can play golf at several nearby courses
The Forty Four Main Street restaurant serves traditional pub fare and an evening meal. Light options are available throughout the day.
The ancient village of Swords has numerous shops and restaurants and is a ten-minute drive to Ward River Valley Park and five-minute drive to Dublin Airport. There are several golf courses in the area.
Close to the airport without that airport hotel feeling was what most guests enjoyed about Fourty four Main Street. An early morning flight to Dublin Airport the following day was the reason most guests chose the hotel and they appreciated the staff’s eff
Swords Tops Dublin.
Even without a flight to catch, some guests say they’d prefer to stay in Swords rather than Dublin. They liked the easy access to shops and restaurants and mixing with friendly locals at Forty Four Main Street’s bustling pub. On summer evenings, they foun
All You Could Want.
Most guests at the hotel were more than happy with the comfortable, clean and affordable accommodations. Whether traveling for business or pleasure, guests enjoyed the spacious rooms, good showers and touches,such as quality hand soap, not found in large
Soft and Slippery.
Some guests complained that the beds at Forty Four Main Street were too soft and bouncy and not very comfortable. Others had issues with insufficient hot water or showers not draining properly and overflowing onto the floor. Some guests expressed concern
Noise and Chaos.
The engine-like rumble from a kitchen extractor fan, midnight clatter from beer kegs being moved, wee hour arguments in adjacent rooms, slamming doors and noise from the bar downstairs left some guests bleary eyed the next morning. Others complained about
Some guests felt that Forty Four Main Street charged too much for rooms just because of it’s proximity to the airport. As examples of poor value, some guests with early morning flights complained that there were no provisions made for breakfast while busi