2 bedroom apartment

2 bedroom apartment

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Our apartment is part of a complex built in the mid 1990's. It is a spacious 2 bedroom, each with double bed and built in robes. We have lived in it as owner-occupiers for 6 years, so it has been lovingly maintained. The apartment faces south, so we get good light. It is situated on one of the main streets of Dublin, within 3 minutes walk from cinemas, theatres and the main shopping area. We are close to many pubs, but especially pubs with traditional Irish music, and the famous Temple Bar area. We are also close to central bus and railway stations, and within 20 minutes of the city airport. Summer or winter Dublin is very welcoming and lively city and a great base from which to explore Ireland, the UK or Europe.

Features

More about us

  1. We're a couple with no children at home

  2. We love traditional music, sport and exploring town

  3. We love visiting our famioly in Perth

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
The Church, Chinese in Capel Street, Italian quarter.
Cool bars
Cobblestone, TP Smiths, Hughes, Boars Head, Woolshed
Cozy cafés
Butlers chocolate cafe, Mochacafe
Retail therapy
Henry street, Grafton street, Jervis Centre, Ilac Centre
Bit of culture
Hugh Lane art gallery, city museums, Chester Beatty Library
Walks in the park
Phoenix Park, St Stephen's Green
Spot of exercise
Ben Dunne Gym
Day tripping
Wicklow mountains, Malahide & Howth

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