About this apartment
Lovely 1 bedroom flat in Central Dublin, perfect for couples!
A tastefully decorated living area offers a lovely space to relax in the evening. There are large floor-to-ceiling windows which give lots of natural light!
There is a comfortable king sized bedroom with ample storage space and hotel-quality high thread-count bed linen and towels will be provided
The apartment has 2 fitted bathrooms, one with a bath, and I will provide some basic essential toiletries.
The kitchen is fully-equipped with a oven, hob, fridge and a microwave. There is a dining table to enjoy any meals at.
The flat will be professionally cleaned in preparation for your stay and wifi is available throughout.
Guests will have access to the entire property during their stay.
I won't be available in person but I have a fantastic support team who will be contactable by email or telephone during your stay.
ust South of the River Liffey, you will be staying in the most convenient location Dublin has to offer, close to most attractions by foot, and with easy access to public transport (Bus, Luas, Dublin Bikes). You’ll be a short walk from Trinity College and its amazing library, The Book of Kells, and stone’s throw from O’Connell, Grafton Street and the buzzing temple bar.
You’ll be spoilt for great restaurants, pubs and cafes nearby in Temple Bar and South William Street.
Please take a look at the guidebook on my listing for recommended places to eat and drink in the area!
Getting to and from the apartment is very easy given its city central location. The easiest way to get to the property from the airport is by taxi. The journey will take approximately 20-30 minutes and depending on traffic the journey costs between €20 - €30. If you prefer public transport, take the 700 Aircoach from the airport to the Dublin City South, Kildare Street stop; a return trip only costs €14. The property is only a short walk from this stop.
Being so central, most of your journeys can be made by foot. If you would prefer using public transport, you will also have easy access to several bus routes on Dame Street, and on the quays. Pick up a Leap card from a local newsagent and you will be able to use all public transport across the city while you are here.
Another great way to get around the city is cycling, a 3-day pass costing only €5, with bike stations throughout the city. The nearest bike stand to the property is Station no. 11, Earlsfort Terrace.
If you wish to pop out of the city, you can do day trips to other cities and towns in the West and South of Ireland such as Westport, Galway and Cork. There two main intercity train stations in Dublin are called Heuston and Connolly.