Pretty, Cosy Home in Dublin City

Pretty, Cosy Home in Dublin City




Jun 2013

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 3
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Sweet and cosy family home built in the 1920's and lovingly refurbished over the last four years. Our home consists of a cosy living room with an open fireplace. A kitchen/diner which has just been completely refurbished. A patio area and back garden. Upstairs there is a small bathroom with a bath and over-bath shower. A child's bedroom with a cot (a single bed can be arranged for this room if needed). A double bedroom to the front of the house and a small study/library. There is parking available to the front of the house. Baby/toddler equipment is available for your use including a choice of pushchairs.

Our house is situated in Marino, Dublin 3. It is a quiet, charming old neighbourhood which is 20 minutes walk from the city centre. There is a park with a lovely children's playground across the road, the sea-front is a 5 minute walk away with a beautiful promenade. We are very well served by public transport and are 5 minutes from the city centre by bus. The local area has lots of shops, nice cafes and great take-away restaurants most of which are less than a two minute walk away. Cycling is a great way to explore the city or the

Babysitting can be arranged if needed :-)


More about us

  1. Young couple with a son, Seamus who is almost 2 years old and a pet dog Poppy.

  2. Sean is a solicitor, Bridin is a teacher.

  3. We love good food, wine and music!

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Chapter One (Fine dining), Kim Chi (Korean, also delivers take-away), Yamamori (Japanese), Saba (Thai), The Farm (Organic bistro), The Paris Bakery (French bistro), Odessa ( Bistro)
Cool bars
The Stag's Head, The Porter House, The Long Hall, The Globe
Cozy cafés
Kennedy's, The Food Room (local) The Paris Bakery, The Epicurean, Busyfeet and Coco, Queen of Tarts
Retail therapy
Dublin City Centre, beauty salon at the bottom of our road also.
Bit of culture
Theatre-The Gate, The Abbey, Trinity College, Hugh Lane Gallery, The National Gallery, Dublin Writer's Museum, National Library, National Museum
Walks in the park
Phoenix Park, Stephen's Green,
Spot of exercise
Walk the promenade, Walk the Hill of Howth
Day tripping

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