Dublin city center, contemporary house in historic quarter.

Dublin city center, contemporary house in historic quarter.

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Dublin City Centre, 2 bed, 2 bath, recently renovated sun filled artisan house in historic quarter. Minutes walk to Guinness, Museum of Modern Art, Phoenix Park.
The Home:
Enjoy a stay in one of Europe's most eclectic cities, immerse yourself in the culture of James Joyce and Oscar Wilde or treat yourself to Trinity College and the Book of Kells. Afterwards put your feet up for a creamy pint of Guinness accompanied by traditional Irish musicians or try a martini in the U2 owned Clarence Hotel. Enjoy the finest Irish oysters as the sun sets over Dublin bay at one of our many Michelin starred restaurants. Cook at home in our fully appointed kitchen, with produce from one of our many farmers markets. For a day out our house is located 5 mins from the main train station , try Galway, Cork or stunning Kerry for mind blowing natural beauty.

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  1. We are Niall and Siobhan with 2 daughters- Charlie 1.5 and Stella 3 months old. We are very easy going.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Our beautifully remodelled home, set in an historic quarter of Dublin is next door to the Museum of Modern Art which previously existed as a British Garrison. The other side of which lies Kilmainham Jail where the leaders of free Ireland were executed after the 1916 rebellion. 5 minutes in the other direction is the famous Guinness Brewery, St James's Gate, founded in 1759. This is Ireland's most popular tourist attraction, take a brewing tour after which a free pint can be enjoyed from the perch in the skies from where a stunning viewing gallery is situated. A must. Just across the river is the Phoenix Park, 500 acres of beautiful mature rolling parkland housing one of Europe's finest Zoos.

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