May 2013

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

really nice, spacious, two bedroom appartment in Dublin 8. This area is hip and happening, a 15 minute stroll from Dublin's main shopping and night life in the Grafton Street Area. Excellent base for exploring Dublin City. Plus, we could throw in our car (BMW 3 series, 2007) so you could tour the beatiful Dublin mountains, and county Wicklow - "The Garden of Ireland"


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More about us

  1. we're a couple, no children

  2. we love city living but have a lovely herb garden. passionate about music (help youself to my Martin acoustic)

  3. we have lots of cool pals in Dublin who would be happy to show you around, if you'd like

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
endless selection but try Locks Brasserie for fine dining,
Cool bars
Anseo, Grogans, Keoghs
Cozy cafés
Nellys (directly opposite the appartment), Tiesan or Lennox Cafes (2 minutes walk)
Retail therapy
Grafton Street has everything!! Brown Thomas or try the many boutiques. Vintage in George's Arcade or Temple Bar
Bit of culture
Endless! Theatre, Music, Comedy Clus, Galleries
Walks in the park
Phoenix Park is Europe's largest City Park, Fabulous. Or a stroll in Stephen's Green (15 minute walk from apt)
Spot of exercise
Dublin's grand canal is a two minute walk away and offers endless jogging, cyling, walking. Yoga in the park, hillwalking a short drive away in the Dublin hills or coastal walks in Howth or Bray
Day tripping
endless! Eniskerry village for a quaint experience, Howth village for seafood, Good weather? Head to the sandy golden beaches of Brittas or Wicklow. Interested in histroy? Visit the ancient monks' settlements of Glendalough

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