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Stylish townhouse in the heart of old Dublin city

Cały szeregowiec (gospodarzem jest Jamie)
6 gości2 sypialnie3 Łóżka1 łazienka
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This stylish house is located in arguably the hippest neighbourhood in Dublin city centre.

It is within 5 mins walking distance of Ireland’s number one tourist attraction, The Guinness Storehouse, and is just a 10-20 minute stroll from the other main attractions; Temple Bar, St. Stephen’s Green, and The Phoenix Park.

This property offers the truly unique experience of living in the heart of old Dublin, with trendy brunch spots, restaurants and bars on your doorstep to enjoy by foot.

Miejsce
Space consists of;

Downstairs:

Large open plan living room, dining room and fully-equipped kitchen, complete with a large L-shaped sofa bed (in living room area), and a dining table and benches (in the dining room area). There is a smart screen tv for you to relax and watch some movies.

Bathroom and toilet; full sized bath and rain water shower

Outside patio area

Upstairs:

Master bedroom with king sized bed

Second bedroom with double bed

It is professionally cleaned with hotel-quality high thread-count bed linen and towels.

There is 24/7 check-in available.

Free on-street parking directly outside the house

Dostęp dla gości
Guests will have access to the entire place during their stay.
This stylish house is located in arguably the hippest neighbourhood in Dublin city centre.

It is within 5 mins walking distance of Ireland’s number one tourist attraction, The Guinness Storehouse, and is just a 10-20 minute stroll from the other main attractions; Temple Bar, St. Stephen’s Green, and The Phoenix Park.

This property offers the truly unique experience of living in the heart of ol…

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Sypialnia 1
1 średnie łóżko
Sypialnia 2
1 podwójne łóżko
Wspólna przestrzeń
1 sofa

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Darmowe miejsce parkingowe
Kuchnia
Wi-Fi
Kominek
Miejsce do pracy z laptopem
TV
Suszarka do włosów
Żelazko
Wieszaki
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Dublin, County Dublin, Irlandia

The Liberties is a hub of both Irish and international culture, with a range of attractions for all. The wider area of Dublin 8 is home to five of Ireland's top 20 visitor attractions, with the Guinness Storehouse alone accounting for 1.2 million annual visit. These house were built over 100 years ago to house the Guinness Factory workers.

IMMA is housed in the 17th-century Royal Hospital Kilmainham– a striking location for displaying modern art. Modelled o Les Invalides in Paris, it is arranged around a courtyard and the interior has long corridors running along series of modest interlocking rooms.

The original stables have been restored, extended and converted into artists' studios, and the museum runs an artist-in-residence programme.

The Liberties has a vibrant nightlife and hosts regular performances in theatres, bars, and music venues. Regular performances are held in these venues, serving local, citywide, and national populations.

Home to five bars, Vicar Street is one of the finest events venues in the city and country. Located on Thomas Street, the venue has capacity for 1,500 people, promoting intimacy in its stand-up comedy, drama performances, and music concerts. Vicar Street has been honoured with a range of awards, including Irish Music Venue of the Year in 2008, 2009 and 2014.

One of Dublin's premier alternative music bar and venue, The Thomas House is situated on Thomas Street. This bar specialises in punk, rock and reggae music, and is often a host to live performances.

The Tivoli Theater/District 8, located on Francis Street, is Dublin's best electronic music venue. If you enjoy techno or house music you should look online and see if there is a gig there during your visit.

There is a lovely coffee shop called Legit just around the corner on meath street.( Right as you go out the door, next right, and then left at the top of the road).

Theres an even better coffee shop another street over on Francis street. Its called “Two Pups”. It's on Francis street. You should be able to find it easily in google Maps. Francis street is Dublin's antiques district.

Dublin Pubs:

The Pub is an Irish institution. We do it well. That said, There are good and bad ones and alot of tourist traps that will sell you terrible pints of Guinness at ripoff prices.

While every tourist brochure you might read will tell you temple bar is where you should go we would not recommend spending your whole weekend there.

Its expensive, its mostly for show and its not where Irish people generally go to drink.

Grogans on South William Street does an amazing pint of Guinness if thats what your after. Its also close to a lot of cool bars and Nightlife if you fancy a pub crawl.

Pygmallion just across from it, is a great place to take in the city as it rushes by.

If you get the weather and fancy a day drinking outside, eating delicious pizza and listening to good tunes then the Bernard Shaw is the place to be. This is our hippest bar. The eatyard next door has some great food stalls.

Dublin NightLife:

For rock music and live concerts we would recommend heading down to camden street to Whelans. Its a great venue/indie bar. Try bunsen burger while your in the vicinity. Hands down the best burger you will ever taste!

If you fancy electronic music then you certainly wouldn't go wrong with District 8 as mentioned earlier. Wah Wah club on south William street is also worth checking out.

A good balance between both of these would the Workmans Club on the quays. Its got a great smoking area, a few different floors, great BBQ in the bison bar beside it and a variety of different genres of music played in different rooms throughout the night. If your just up for a good night out with reasonably priced cocktails then this is the place for you.

Dublin also has loads of Gay bars and Clubs. The George on georges street has been an institution of gay culture in Dublin for past 20 years. Panti Bar on Capel is owned by the internationally renowned Panti Bliss is the perfect place to take in a drag show.

If its traditional Irish music your after then get yourselves to the cobblestone in Smithfield. Amazing musicians most nights of the week and they do a great pint.

Arthurs, which is genuinely a two minute walk, generally has pretty decent bluegrass/blues at weekends and do a semi-decent pint. The foods okay but nothing special. The music can be top notch though and its super near.

Restaurants:

If you fancy some traditional Irish food then the Woolen Mills on bachelors walk is worth venturing over to. Order the Coddle. Coddle is a traditional Dublin stew, with sausage and bacon. Its a delicious dish and highly recommended if you want to eat like the Dubs do.

El Mulligans in stoneybatter also do rustic Irish food and nice craft beers.

If you fancy something a bit different and a bit more expensive then “Bastible” on South Circular Road is worth a venture. Definitely make sure you book as its fairly in demand. I think its the best restaurant in Dublin.

Try MVP, just across the road ,afterwards for a few delicious cocktails.

The Vintage Kitchen on Poolbeg street is also worth a gander. Its BYOB. You bring your own bottle of wine. The food is top notch and inexpensive.

777 on georges street do Mexican fusion. Its a little bit expensive but the food great as is the atmosphere. The margaritas are second to none.
For Vegan food, try the Vegan butcher just off camden street. You will love it.

For hearty vegetarian food try Cornacopia on wicklow street.
For Japanese food, i wouldd recommend Zakura on Camden street.

For Burgers i would recommend Bunsen Burger.

For Chinese food, i would recommend Hang Dai on Camden street.

For Indian, i would recommend Konkan on combrassil street. Also across the road from MVP cocktail bar.

For late night Kebabs try Zaytoon on camden street and parliment street. I would put them up there with any kebabs across the world.

Boojum on Kevin street do a mean burrito but they don't open late.
The Liberties is a hub of both Irish and international culture, with a range of attractions for all. The wider area of Dublin 8 is home to five of Ireland's top 20 visitor attractions, with the Guinness Storeho…

Gospodarzem jest Jamie

Z nami od: styczeń 2015
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Im a psychotherapist/musician/piano maker from Dublin Ireland that often travels for work.
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