The house is a terraced red-brick period house which is located in a relatively quiet
village, which is only a short bus journey, or gentle walk, from the hustle and bustle of the city center.
The village itself has all the necessary amenities including banks, pharmacies,restaurants, cafes,supermarket and most importantly a fine selection of pubs. The buses run very frequently and the stops are only a short walk away.
There are two rooms available. The first, with a queen sized bed and adjoining private bathroom and shower, overlooks a junior school's playground. The second room is a smaller room single bed, and is facing the street in view of the opposite side of the street, perfect for anyone who appreciates Dublin's take on Georgian architecture.
There are 2 permanent residents in the house, two of whom are university students. All
of the residents are experienced travellers and will do their best to help you and make you stay enjoyable and informative but also will give you your private space.
I offer breakfast - you have the choice of a a Continental breakfast (muesli, yoghurt, fresh homemade Irish brown bread, croissants, tea and coffee or the full Irish breakfast (bacon, egg, and sausage, etc).
Linens, towels and washing and drying facilities are also included.
Flexible check-in and check-out hours
A short term sharing house up to May or shorter, that will suit a foreign student of a professional.
Buses no. 14, 15B, 15, 15A, 65, 65B, 16 are nearby and run frequently.
I had a great time time at Racquel's house. It is located on a quiet street of the Dublin suburbs so you won't be woken up by traffic in the morning. It is also only a very short walk from public transport and shops and restaurants. I was in Dublin for a tennis tournament and Racquel was very friendly and helpful telling me the best way to get from the airport to her house and allowing me to ride her son's bike to the tennis venue everyday. The house was very clean and tidy and I definitely recommend staying there if you go to Dublin.
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I, and my two sons, who are university students, are all well travelled and orientated towards helping you have a memorable stay in Dublin. We pride ourselves on the diversity of our family, friends and interests.
My two sons know all the best ways to truly immerse yourself in the culture, with local recommendations as well as an interest in local history.
I'd like to think of myself as a friendly and outgoing person who will do their utmost to help you in your stay.