Dublin City House among the oldest

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4 Bedrooms
6 Beds
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This host offers flexible cancellation: Full refund 1 day prior to arrival, except service fee.

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Period house dating from the 17 th century. Probably among the oldest Georgian houses Ireland. Very original with most of the character of the period when it was built. City Centre location, 2 min walk =Jameson distillery, 7 min=Guinness factory.

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Golden bath with big pressure

Golden bath with big pressure

The Space
Property type: House
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2
Beds: 6
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)


Extra people: $44 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee: $163
Security Deposit: $169
Cancellation: Strict


House Rules

1 night minimum stay
Sitting room looking into kitchen

Sitting room looking into kitchen

50 Reviews

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From New York, NY · May 2015

Response from Nicole:

Hi Beni. I really enjoyed meeting you and your friends for your very special event. I am delighted that you all had a great time together and that you loved the house. Thank you so very much for everything. I really appreciated your visit. I wish you the best of luck .
It would be a real treat to host you again,

Best Wishes,


April 2015

April 2015
Response from Nicole:

Thank you so very much Ben for staying at the house. I really enjoyed meeting you all and you were such a pleasure to deal with. You are very welcome anytime:):):)

Warmest Regards,

April 2015

From Nottingham, United Kingdom · March 2015
Response from Nicole:

I have had great pleasure meeting Zoe and her friends. They were fantastic and very easy to communicate with. I would have no hesitation in recommending them to any host.
Thank you so very much for staying at the house.
You are very welcome anytime,

Warmest Regards,


March 2015

February 2015
Response from Nicole:

Hi Sophie,

Thank you so very much for your visit to Dublin and for your stay at the accommodation:):):)
You were very nice and very easy to communicate with. It was a real pleasure having you for your special event:):):)I am very happy that you found the location of the house very convenient for your party.
Yes, this house is circa 1675 and is one of the oldest Georgian house in Ireland and as such from knocking them down literally back in 2000 to wanting to preserve them with a protection order in 2001, the county council is realising that those type of houses are our heritage, have and represent real testimony of our past culture, history and how people used to live.
This house has great volumes, original plaster work in ceilings, walls, original staircase, original 360 years plus single glass in the Georgian windows, this house was nearly in derelict condition 4 years ago with nothing but black walls and floors and had no kitchen, bathrooms, doors, no plumbing system, no central heating ....a lot of money and efforts has been put in to get to where we are now, it is a life project,and of course thanks to all of our Guests visits and support, I am putting it all back in saving this house, I am passionate and determined to take care of this genuine piece of history and unique building and fully accept all its challenges while respecting its integrity and entity.
I am not pretending in making a new house, don't and cannot do that, rather we are all making sure that we can adapt, observe and appreciate its uniqness, the details... craftsmanship, preserve and enjoy this old " beauty". This accommodation has only one main bathroom( huge) and another one on the third floor, that's might be very limited to most people in today's age but we are not allowed to change that, it is the rules of conservation, we are not allowed to divide the original big rooms and destroy the original plaster covings, we cannot dig into the walls or interfere with them even if they look imperfect to our eyes, it has to stay in its original state.
For sure, those Georgian houses are not going to be made again.
This accommodation has great volumes,is in the heart of the capital city of Dublin and has a great central location where you can explore all Dublin on foot.
I also delighted to be able to welcome big groups.
I decided to open my doors to airbnb Guests as I hope that I can offer my Guests something different, NOT PERFECTION, but maybe a brief experience, a discovery in what it was to live in a old house...of course combining with new modern comfort too with great powerful showers, new central heating system... New beds...
Thank you very much Sophie for your visit and feedback, all has been taking on board,
Warmest Regards,

February 2015

February 2015
Response from Nicole:

Merci pour tout Emilien, ca a ete un vrai plaisir de vous accueillir tous sur Dublin!!!! Merci pour votre gentillesse. J'ai bien note votre Remarque et je pense mettre une petite bibliotheque entre la grande chambre et la salle de bain principale tres prochainement.
Je suis tres contente que vous avez tous passé un agreable week- end ensemble Sure Dublin.
You are all very welcome anytime!!!!
Warmest Regards,

February 2015

From London, United Kingdom · February 2015

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About the Host, Nicole

Dublin, Ireland
Member since June 2013
Response rate: 64% (past 30 days)
Response time: within a day

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