Bright, Airy, Relaxing, Mews House

Entire home/apt
4 Guests
2 Bedrooms
2 Beds
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This host offers flexible cancellation: Full refund 1 day prior to arrival, except service fee.

About This Listing

Our cosy, comfortable & charming house, once home to the famous poet Patrick Kavanagh, is a quiet oasis of calm set in leafy Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 with the bustle of the City's finest amenities accessible just beyond the doorstep.

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Recently refurbished the Mews is sensitively and beautifully decorated

Recently refurbished the Mews is sensitively and beautifully decorated

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The Space
Property type: House
Accommodates: 4
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 2
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM


Extra people: $11 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee: $33
Security Deposit: $332
Weekly Price: $1107 /week
Monthly Price: $4428 /month
Cancellation: Strict


House Rules

2 nights minimum stay
Enjoy the rare treat of dining out in a quiet garden in the heart of a capital city

Enjoy the rare treat of dining out in a quiet garden in the heart of a capital city

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14 Reviews

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April 2015
Response from Una:

Hi Fiona - so glad you enjoyed the stay - I certainly like to keep that larder well stocked with staples - like Flahavan's porridge pots for winter mornings and a choice of herbal teas. My most recent addition is a pouch or two of Ballymaloe pasta sauces to go with the good stock of dried pastas. The garden's herbs are growing nicely now - great for fresh herbal teas. Would love to see you stay some time again soon.

April 2015

March 2015

March 2015

February 2015
Response from Una:

Hey Lewis, once again so sorry I couldn't be there in person to greet you. Most guests are really appreciative of my quick responses on communication and I always do my best to ensure guests get what they need...only a text away! glad you enjoyed the stay and do come again sometime. Best, Una

February 2015

January 2015

January 2015
Response from Una:

Our guests describe the Ballsbridge area as Dublin's haven - safe, secure, quiet with the edge of the bustling city just a short stroll away. It's also within really easy reach of fantastic bars, pubs, restaurants and coffee houses. It's what you'd expect from a prestigious embassy and business belt where residential properties like the Mews are in short supply. So glad Daniela enjoyed the stay.

January 2015

December 2014
Response from Una:

Glad you enjoyed your stay John and that Dublin at Christmas time lived up to your (email hidden)e run up to Christmas is especially lovely in Dublin...with Carol singing, Christmas concerts, Christmas Markets, Christmas menus in the local hotels and restaurants, aged whiskey and perfect stout served with Munve pies in the famed pubs nearby. Glad you made the most if it.

December 2014

About the Host, Una

Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Member since August 2013
Response rate: 100% (past 90 days)
Response time: within an hour

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  • Kiosk ballsbridge

    For Barista micro roasted coffee to go crafted on site by Brian. A high quality pick me up and the best coffee in the capital. Catch that aroma through the crisp morning air while you queue.
    Pembroke Rd Ballsbridge Dublin
  • National Print Museum

    For the small intimate venue...based in the Beggars Bush Barracks...the place where some Irish heroes of national independence were executed .
    Haddington Rd Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 4
  • Marcel's

    Local, good food and reasonably priced.
    Saint Mary's Road Dublin 4 Dublin
  • Dylan Hotel Dublin

    A local 5 star hotel with a great Cocktail Bar and Restaurant.Copies of up to date bar and food menus are in the Mews.
  • The Waterloo Bar & Grill

    Great for food and beer - winner of the gastro pub trip advisor award. Frequented by the Rugby set in season on their way to the Aviva Stadium.
    Baggot Street Upper Dublin Dublin
  • Searsons of Baggot Street

    An authentic gastro pub - great food a choice range of beers and whiskies. Brendan the barman can tell you stories of when Patrick Kavanagh frequented the place. Call(phone number hidden) to book the snug.
    Upper Baggot St Dublin Dublin 4
  • Juniors Paulie's Pizza

    Juniors sister pizza place delicious food for the lucky residents of Ballsbridge.
    Grand Canal Street Upper Dublin 4 Dublin
  • The Bridge 1859

    ‘’The Bridge 1859 (Formerly Bellamys) just bought and redesigned by the Carney brothers Irelands famed rugby brothers...great atmosphere.
    Ballsbridge Terrace Ballsbridge Dublin
  • Grafton Barber

    For a haircut.
    Baggot Street Upper Ballsbridge Dublin
  • Herbert Park

    For a local park for picnics, for feeding the ducks, Playing tennis or for your nearest playground for the kids.
    Herbert Park Dublin Dublin
  • Aviva Stadium

    For concerts, rugby matches events or just do the tour of the stadium. Open 10am-4pm... tours run every hour on the hour. Call in advance in case the day is blocked out for an event- Tel:(phone number hidden)
    Lansdowne Rd Dublin Dublin
  • Juniors

    Great food designed for the Google office workers on Barrow Street.
    Bath Ave Dublin Dublin 4
  • Ballsbridge, Merrion Road RDS

    For events at the RDS Showgrounds from concerts to trade shows; consumer shows to Leinster Rugby and for Irelands famous Horseshow annually in August.
  • Shelbourne Park Greyhound Stadium

    For the unusual greyhound racing sport
    Dublin Dublin 4
  • Tesco Baggot Street

    For general groceries and off licence.
    Baggot Street Lower Dublin Dublin Dublin 2
  • Grand Canal Dock

    For good eateries like Ely and the Mercier Hotel for drinks
    Dublin Dublin
  • Doheny & Nesbitt

    For a pub where you can share a pint with the barristers and politicians who frequent it.
    Lower Baggot Street Dublin Dublin 2
  • The Merrion Hotel Dublin

    For Drinks in a luxurious Georgian Building now a hotel...where Wellington was born...opposite Government buildings.
    Upper Merrion St Dublin City Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • Merrion Square

    For a colourful well planted Georgian Square for picnics, or a walk through to the National Gallery or National Museum or Oscar Wildes house.
    Merrion Square Dublin Dublin
  • National Museum of Ireland - Natural History Museum

    Irelands Natural History Museum
  • National Gallery of Ireland

    Irelands beautiful art collection.
    Merrion Square West Dublin 2 Dublin
  • The National Concert Hall

    For the great lunchtime and evening concerts.
    Earlsfort Terrace Dublin 2 Dublin 2
  • National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology

    Irelands National Museum
    Kildare Street Dublin 2 Dublin
  • National Library of Ireland

    For the photographic and literary archive and for a quiet space to sit if youre a writer.
    Kildare Street Dublin 2 Dublin
  • Iveagh Gardens

    For a nice garden oasis in Dublin also the venue for Taste of Dublin annually in June.
    Clonmel Street Dublin 2
  • Trinity College Dublin

    For a visit to Irelands equivalent of Oxford University
  • Thornton's Restaurant

    For food from Irelands most creative intellectual chef - Kevin Thornton of Thorntons - Irelands best restaurant - see his TED talk: (website hidden)
  • Book Of Kells

    Irelands most historic manuscript
    College Street Dublin 2 Dublin 2
  • Grafton St

    For Dublins central shopping street.
    Grafton St Dublin Dublin
  • Powerscourt Centre

    For an enclosed shopping and eatery space in the beautiful Powerscourt building
    South William Street Dublin Dublin 2
  • Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

    For excellent musicals and plays - book in advance.
  • Dublin Castle

    For a City Centre Castle dating back to the Viking era circa 1200...while youre there pop into Queen of Tarts for lovely cakes and coffee

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