About this listing
A double bedroom apartment next door to our Erneside Townhouses already listed and visited by many AirBnb guests to date. Smaller and less expensive option for the budget traveller! e
The bedroom has a large double bed, with lockers on each side, a rear window, and a vanity unit with wardrobe on both sides.
The Kitchenette has a Belring 2 ring cooker, fridge, sink unit, shelving, cutlery, pottery, diningroom table, chairs and settee. There is also a single bed in the landing which can accommodate occassional visitors during your longer term stays here. The shower room, has an automatic electronic shower, a wc, and sink, with hot and cold water. Guests of this apartment have exclusive use of the first floor of the building from 5p.m. daily. Occassionally visitors to the ground floor office, may request to use the wc during the day, however this should prove of minimum inconvienence.
Internet is available throughout all Erneside Townhouses.
Our location is 50 from Kilconny Bridge over the River Erne, and 100m from Mace Store, Deli, and ATM. Breakfast rolls, croissants and meals are available from 7.00a.m. until late evening. A choice of eateries are located on Main Street, about 7 minutes walk away, and there is Asian and Pizza deliveries available daily.
Travellers through Dublin Airport or coming from Dublin City Centre will be delighted to discover a 9 times daily return Bus Service connection with Belturbet, and Bus Stop is a mere 5 minutes walk away from Erneside Townhouses. Those driving here from Dublin Airport can take the N3 / M3 road network directly to the door. If you require collection of yourself and baggae anywhere, do please ask for us to arrange a quotation for you.
Other Things to Note
Anyone moving to live here, or wishing to extend their visit, have complied some general advice for anyone moving to live in Ireland for a long term period. Remember to take original items with you like Drivers Licence, Passport, Identity Card. Motor Insurance Certificates, Written Proof of "No-claims" from Insurance Company for up to five previous years, as this will be required to obtain maximum discount when obtaining motor insurance here. If possible have this translated into English and certified by the Insurance Company, not the broker or agent. Ideally, you should own the motor vehicle for at least 6 months before bringing it to Ireland, to avoid having to pay Import Tax. A Birth Certificate is required for many purposes in Ireland. Proof of address is often asked for, and a "service bill" like electricity or telephone bill stating your home address is useful. Health Documents are important too, and everyone should have the EU111 card to ensure some level of cover, if medical assistance is required whilst on holiday here.
Similar rules as per townhouses - please see seperate listing. We reserve the right to upgrade guests to a Townhouse (3 bedroom) subject to availability at no extra cost! If we "upgrade" you, we "pay"