Cosy Georgian House -private entrance and garden.

Cosy Georgian House -private entrance and garden.

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Colliers House is a super cosy place to be. It is just off the main street in bustling trendy Ranelagh. It is a 15 minute, very pretty walk to the city centre. You have your own entrance a delightful new landscaped courtyard for al fresco dining, working word burning stove.

Collier's is 207 year old house, situated half way down a small avenue with a country feel whilst being just off Ranelagh main street.
There is an abundance of restaurants, bars and shops all 2 minutes from the door. Strolling into the city centre by way of Leeson Street and Stephen's Green brings you through some of the most picturesque areas of Georgian Dublin.
The flat can very comfortably sleep up to 4 adults and a child.

The very unusual thing about Collier's House is that it can split easily, by the locking/opening of an internal door, from one while house to 2 separate self-contained apartments which can be great when travelling with friends/teens etc.
Whatever way you would like to stay in it the whole house will be entirely your for your stay.

Own entrance and private back garden.

The flat has all mod cons, hot water at the flick of a switch and a wood burning stove for extra cosy appeal

We only do 7 day swaps just because of the work involved in readying Collier's means that's the shortest that works for us, we hope it can work for you too!

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More about us

  1. I am a casting director from Dublin who adores to travel particularly drawn to NYC but open to all ideas, now I add a husband and our dauhghter Freddy to the profile :) Freddy is 19 months (May 2019).

  2. We love reading, walking and good conversation.

  3. We also adore discovering new places, theatre and film.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

"A popular, leafy and upmarket corner of Dublin, Ranelagh is a central suburb that sits within walking distance from all the city’s main sights, and one of the most expensive areas in Ireland to bed down. It has an interesting history, with battles over Irish sovereignty taking place here as early as the 17th century. "

https://theculturetrip.com/europe/ireland/articles/best-things-see-ranelagh-dublin/

https://lovindublin.com/dublin/10-reasons-why-ranelagh-is-the-best-place-to-live-in-all-of-dublin

Ranelagh Rocks - a brand new hotel with a 40 seater cinema and rooftop bar has just opened 2 mins from the front door ! https://thedevlin.ie/ X

Buzzy restaurants
Dillingers, Tribeca, The Wild Goose, Butcher's Grill, The Devlin Hotel.,
Cool bars
Anseo, The Dice Bar, Birchall's, The Devlin.
Cozy cafés
So many within 2 mins
Retail therapy
Brown Thomas, Arnotts and tonnes of boutiques.
Bit of culture
National Gallery, IMMA, Trinity College.
Walks in the park
Iveagh Gardens, St Stephens Green, Phoenix Park
Spot of exercise
Strolling in the parks above or a nice cycle.
Day tripping
Wicklow, the garden of Ireland, beaches and mountains aplenty all within an hour or less.

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