Donnybrook Dublin next to Herbert Park

Donnybrook Dublin next to Herbert Park

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Recently renovated cottage style house on a quiet road in Donnybrook.
Turn left and you’ll find the beautiful 32 acre Herbert Park at the end of the street.
Turn right and you’ll be in the heart of Donnybrook village.
Central Dublin location 25 min walking distance to the city centre park of St Stephen’s Green which is next to the main shopping of Grafton Street.
10 mins to the RDS home to the Leinster rugby team and a further 15 min walk to the Aviva stadium.
2 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with a small kitchen and an open plan dining room/ living room.
Modern furniture with both bedrooms having American queen sized beds and West Elm furniture.

Features

More about us

  1. I lived in Cayman for many years and loved it.

  2. John was born in south county Dublin, has lived most of his life here and is a hike leader on Sundays.

  3. We love our quiet yet central neighborhood even though we had to gut the house and rebuild the inside at the end of 2017z

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Red brick homes from the Georgian and Victorian era are everywhere. Donnybrook is a leafy suburb only walking distance to the city centre or readily accessible via the 46A bus route. The Dart (light rail) is at Lansdowne road station which will take you to the scenic coastal towns like Dun Laoighaire and Dalkey. Great hiking available and the Wicklow mountains are less than an hour away.
Dublin is a buzzing city with great bars, restaurants and theatre scene.

Buzzy restaurants
The Market Bar and Fade Street Social and the Ivy
Cool bars
The Bridge, Ballsbridge across the park
Cozy cafés
Rolys and Dolce Sicily on Dawson Street
Retail therapy
Brown Thomas
Bit of culture
The Gate theatre, many other Dublin theatres
Walks in the park
Herbert Park, Stephen’s Green,
Spot of exercise
Running in the parks, walking along the sea front
Day tripping
Wicklow mountains

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