3 bed house,minutes from the sea in Dún Laoghaire

3 bed house,minutes from the sea in Dún Laoghaire


Jul 2020

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
1 Bathrooms

About our home

3 bed house with all mod-cons. Small private patio area to the back to enjoy the evenings.


Laura's reviews

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More about us

  1. Couple with two young girls, 8 and 3 years.. Miriam is a nutritionist and Laura is a teacher.

  2. We love escaping to the west of Ireland where we are from. We tend to holiday in France but open to anywhere.

  3. We love food, music, culture and the sea. Our home in Dun Laoghaire allows us to enjoy those things. We love the concept of this site which opens up travel to us.

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Where is it?


Only minutes from Dun Laoghaire Pier and town, the house is within walking distance of beaches (Seapoint and Sandycove), restaurants, pubs, a theatre, cinema and shops. The villages of Monkstown (5 minute walk) and Sandycove-Glasthule (10 minute walk) are full of high quality restaurants.
The beautiful historical village of Dalkey with its many attractions and restaurants is less than 3km away and is serviced by bus and train.

Everything is in walking distance from numerous playgrounds to a cinema and beaches which makes it great for families.

A cycling path goes along the coast and there are many places available to rent bicycles.

The train to Dublin city is less than 1km which brings you into the city in less than 25 minutes. There is also a bus stop opposite which goes to Dublin zoo, via the city centre.

Walks in the park
Lovely small parks within walking distance while a bus that goes from near the house takes you to the Phoenix Park
Spot of exercise
The pier or coastal cycling lines are great for walking, running, cycling. Sea swimming in the famous footy foot is a must!
Day tripping
Boat from Dun Laoghaire to Howth or city. The train (dart) runs from Wicklow to Howth, allowing you to easily explore a range of coastal villages and the city centre.

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