Suburban Home Perfectly situated for City/ culture Seaside/Amenities

Suburban Home Perfectly situated for City/ culture Seaside/Amenities

Jane and Rodney



Mar 2009

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Our suburban home is very pleasant and situated on the North side of Dublin. We returned from living in France three years ago so we've enjoyed making it attractive and comfortable and all our appliances are recently installed.
We can accommodate up to four people in two double bedrooms or a double and single room. We will place our personal stuff in the unused bedroom.
We enjoy our conservatory which is bright and south facing.
We have multi channel televison, wifi/broadband.
We also have free calls to Canadian landlines. Calls are up to 59 minutes in duration.


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Where is it?


Situated to visit city and scenic areas by road or our Dart Train,the Station is 5 minutes walk away from our home.
We are a five minute walk to the sea on an inlet at the bottom of the road. Beaches are within an easy drive.
Dublin is a vibrant city of culture with excellent shopping on Grafton St. and nearby, Museums, galleries and great theatre. It is a 18 minute trip by train.
Nearby on the Dart lines are the pretty villages of Howth and Malahide.
There are 9 golf courses (two championship) within 8 Kms- 5 miles.

Howth, a scenic fishing port, boasts a variety of restaurants,walks, sailing fishing and golf amenities.
Malahide on an estuary has a wonderful Norman Castle - 1200AD in a panoramic setting. High end shopping at Avoca in the grounds. The village itself is bustling with more shops and restaurants.

South of Dublin on the Dart line, there is Dunlaoire - a port and Greystones, an eclectic village in Co. Wicklow.
The Motorway, the link route to the M.50 is 5 minutes away and from there driving to the West of Ireland, Connemara or anywhere else is made easy. No driving through the city to find your way.

Powerscourt House and Gardens, voted to be the third best gardens in the world by National Geographic is reached by car on the M. 50. Passing through another pretty village Enniskerry. Find the antique shop on the hill. A must!

There are many more attractions and historic sites around Dublin . which has the most parks in a city in Europe. Mentioning a few, we have Phoenix Park - huge and contains our fabulous Zoo. St. Stephen's Green at the top of Grafton St. and near to us St. Ann's Park (4kms) where there is a great market on Saturdays and the place is throbbing with life.
Dublin is famed for its history architecture and its intact Georgian buildings.
Check out the Temple Bar in the inner city - Temple Bar area- Irish music from 1.30 p.m. - Great vibe.

Dublin International Airport with direct flights from Vancouver via Toronto is a 11km. 20 minute drive away.
Dublin is a major hub for Ryan Air our low cost airline, providing cheap fares to all of Europe.

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