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Apartment in Clontarf Dublin 3

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1 Bedroom
1 Bed

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Hi, We're Jenny & Pete. We're two thirty something professionals working in Dublin. We love the idea of Airbnb as a unique way of seeing new places and also of meeting new interesting people by welcoming them into our home.

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The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 3
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)


Extra people: $23 / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee: $28
Weekly Price: $677 /week
Cancellation: Moderate


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1 night minimum stay
Large fully equipped kitchen (see listing for details of all utilities)

Large fully equipped kitchen (see listing for details of all utilities)

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About the Host, Jenny & Pete

Jenny & Pete
Clontarf, Ireland
Member since December 2012
Response rate: 100% (last 10 contacts)
Response time: within an hour

  • Jenny & Pete
  • Harry Byrnes

    Good local Irish Pub - great pint of Guinness!

    Howth Rd Dublin Dublin
  • Maxol Petrol Station Convenience Store

    Local petrol service station - has some food and household supplies

  • The Food Room

    Nice deli and coffee shop for good coffee, breakfast and lunch and takeaway deli food.

    R807 Dublin Dublin
  • Clontarf Wines

    Local wine shop for takeaway wine

    Clontarf Rd Dublin Dublin
  • Casa Pasta

    Nice Italian restaurant.

    Clontarf Rd Dublin Dublin
  • Pharmacy

    Local Pharmacy

    Clontarf Rd Clontarf Dublin
  • Clontarf Road (at DART Station)

    Dart Station for traveling into the city center and both north and south of the city.

  • The Yacht Bar and Restaurant

    Great pub that also does food

    Clontarf Rd
  • Casino (National Monument)

    Not an actual casino but a beautiful 18th century neo-classical buildings and a national monument - entry is just €3.00

    Cherrymount Crescent Dublin Dublin 3
  • SuperValu Killester

    Local supermarket for groceries, toiletries, bus tickets, newspapers/magazines, alcohol, cigerettes etc

    Dublin Dublin
  • Beachcomber & Dorans Restaurant

    Local Pub with newly opened seafood restaurant

    Howth Rd Dublin Dublin 3
  • Javaholics Coffee Co

    Nice coffee shop that serves food

    Merville Ave Dublin Dublin
  • Lynch's Takeaway

    Local chipper (fish/burger/chips etc)

    Howth Rd Dublin Dublin
  • Kennedy's Food Store

    Great place for tea/coffee and cake. Also does breakfast/lunch and dinner.

    Fairview Strand Dublin Dublin
  • Clontarf Promonade

    Ideal for a stroll at any time and always bustling

    Clontarf Rd Dublin Dublin
  • Moloughney's Restaurant

    Great Irish Food - lunch and dinner

    Vernon Avenue Dublin 3 IE
  • The Pigeon House

    Nice New Restaurant

    Vernon Avenue Clontarf Dublin
  • Beshoff Bros

    Best fish and chips in area!

    Vernon Avenue, Clontarf Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 3
  • The O2

    Large indoor venue which regularly hosts big name acts

  • Croke Park

    Irelands largest sports stadium and the home of our national games - Gaelic Football & Hurling. Sometimes hosts large concerts.

    Jones's Road Dublin Dublin 3
  • The Beachcomber Pub / Dorans Restaurant

    Local Pub with newly opened seafood restaurant

    Howth Rd Dublin Dublin
  • Kinara Restaurant Ltd

    Great Indian restaurant - good early bird menu

    Clontarf Rd
  • Saint Anne's Park

    Huge public park with walled gardens and a food market every Saturday

  • Bay Restaurant

    Great restaurant - breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner - worth a visit!

    Clontarf Road Dublin 3 Dublin
  • Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

    Modern large capacity theatre which often hosts large scale musicals

    Grand Canal Square Dublin Dublin 2
  • Abbey Theatre

    Irelands National Theatre synonymous with playwrights such as William Butler Yeats and Sean O'Casey

    Abbey Street Lower Dublin Dublin
  • Dublin Bus Head Office

    Make travel enquiries, buy your bus travel tickets and also a stop outside for Airport 747 bus to take you to Dublin Airport.

    Upper O'Connell Street Dublin 1
  • Dublin Castle

    Former seat of British rule in Ireland the original building dates from c.1200. The nearby Chester Beatty Library is also worth visiting (Check exact location as map is incorrect)

  • O'Connell Street Lower

    Dublins main street has many landmarks inlcluding the spire, the GPO and numerous statues of Irish historical figures. Many of the cities transport links converge in this area

    O'Connell Street Lower Dublin Dublin
  • Botanic Gardens

    Large gardens and greenhouses with wide variety of plants and flowers. Especially pleasant to visit in the Summer months

    Botanic Rd Dublin DUBLIN 9
  • Trinity College Dublin

    The oldest university in Ireland and home to the Book of Kells (dating from 800AD), the Trinity Library and the Science Gallery

  • National Gallery of Ireland

    Irelands national art gallery includes pieces from Picasso, Monet, Rembrandt and Jack B. Yeats

    Merrion Square West Dublin 2 Dublin
  • Ha'penny Bridge

    The iconic ha'penny bridge crosses over the river Liffey and brings you into Temple Bar

    Bachelors Walk Dublin Dublin
  • Leinster House

    The home of the current Irish Goverment

    Kildare St Dublin 2
  • Temple Bar

    Dublin's famous nightlife area but it is also home to galleries, cafes and the Irish Film Institute.

    Dublin County Dublin
  • Dublin Tourism Information Centre

    Main tourist office in Dublin with helpful information on things to see and do in the city

    Suffolk Street Dublin 2
  • Grafton St

    Dublins premier shopping street including the upmarket Brown Thomas department store. Worth taking a stroll through some of the nearby streets which also have some great shops and restaurants

    Grafton St Dublin Dublin
  • North Bull Island Nature Reserve

    Full of fascinating flora and fauna coupled with amazing sights

    Dublin Dublin
  • Christ Church Cathedral

    Irish medieval cathedral and one of the most impressive old buildings in the city

    Christchurch Place Dublin Dublin 8
  • Guinness Storehouse

    Dublin's biggest tourist attraction and home to Guinness since 1759

    Dublin Dublin
  • Dublin Zoo

    One of Dublin's most popular attractions

    Dublin 8 County Dublin
  • Irish Museum of Modern Art

    Across the road from Kilmainham Gaol and on the grounds of the Old Royal Hospital. Worth checking out current exhibitions and collections.

    Military Road, Kilmainham Dublin DUBLIN 8
  • Áras an Uachtaráin

    The home of the President of Ireland

    Dublin 8 Dublin
  • Kilmainham Gaol

    A former prison and currently a museum, this building has played a key part in Irish history and is well worth a visit. Has also been used as a location for numerous movies.

    Inchicore Road Dublin Dublin 8
  • Phoenix Park

    Europes Largest city park with lots to see and do. Includes Áras an Uachtaráin, Dublin Zoo, polo and cricket grounds, Farmleigh House as well as roaming deer and acres of forest

    Parkgate St Dublin Dublin 8
  • Howth

    Well worth a visit - great harbour, views, walks, restaurants, and bars in a traditional fishing village.

    Howth County Dublin

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