New Spacious House in the heart of Dublin City

New Spacious House in the heart of Dublin City

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Lovely spacious home in the heart of Dublin City. Newly refurbished with all mod cons. 2 mins to Temple Bar and main shopping district as well as public transport light rail. 1 double bedroom, main bathroom with bath, fully equipt kitchen, cozy living room with fireplace and back garden with outdoor furniture.

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More about us

  1. We're a couple living in Dublin who like to try get away at weekends

  2. In work in Real Estate and Hugo works in tech. We've been living in Dublin for many years so we can point you in the direction of all the good spots.

  3. We love travel and food and we keep a really cozy home.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Moments away from Temple Bar and lots of trendy bars and restaurants but also on a tucked away and quiet street.

Spacious newly refurbished house to spend a weekend exploring the city. It's withing walking distance of all the tourist, shopping and eating spots.

Buzzy restaurants
Brother Hubbard, Bunsen, the Larder
Cool bars
The Hacienda, Sin É, The Porter House, The Stags Head
Cozy cafés
Brother Hubbard, Third Space
Retail therapy
Jervis Street, Henry Street, Arnotts
Bit of culture
Trinity, National Museum of Ireland, National Gallery
Walks in the park
Phoenix Park, Grangegorman
Spot of exercise
Phoenix Park
Day tripping
Go to Howth to walk the cliffs

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