About this listing
Amazing location, right on the edge of the city positioned with Pheonix Park on one side and the River Liffey on the other. The apartment is in a secure well-maintained development, made up of three-storey red-brick buildings, surrounded by mature gardens, hidden away from the main road.
Female Guests Only - No Males (sorry)
The apartment is spacious and clean, consisting of a living room with a balcony over-looking a section of the gardens, a well equipped kitchen with dining table, 2 bedrooms, a bathroom with bath and electric shower.
I live in the apartment full time, and my boyfriend is generally here 1 night during the week and at the weekends (his work is outside of Dublin). I work weekdays so I'm gone during the day but will be in the apartment in the evenings and at the weekend.
When you come to stay with me you will have your own private single bedroom, with bedside table and lamp and a section of the wardrobe for storing you belongings. I will provide fresh bed linen and towels, shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, and the makings of a basic continental breakfast (cereal, bread, butter, milk, fruit, juice, tea & coffee).
Transport is excellent for getting into town. A two minute walk to the main road will have you on a bus straight into the city centre - Temple Bar, Henry St, O’Connell St, Trinity College, Dame St, Grafton St and the many tourist attractions these have to offer (approx. 10-15 mins). The same two minute walk will bring you into Phoenix Park where you can find Dublin Zoo and Áras an Uachtaráin, and if you’re lucky you might stumble across some deer.
A 15 minute walk will have you at Hueston Train Station and the Luas which runs right into town and connects to the DART line if you fancy checking out one of the beaches along the coast.
If you are female (sorry guys) and would like to see more pictures of the apartment then send me a message along with any other questions you may have and I’ll get back. Looking forward to hearing from you :)
About the Host, Charlene
Heya!! I’m 28 years old, originally from the countryside but have been living in Dublin for 10 years now. I came to Dublin to go to college and have been working here since I finished my degree 5 years ago.
I've decided to go travelling sometime in the next year or two and have realised that I need to start planning ahead and saving now to make that happen, and with my spare bedroom not being used very often, I thought Airbnb might be a good way to help other people out with their travels while learning about other countries and trying to fund my own travels.