About this listing
Fantastic house with a spacious double bedroom in this modern mews located on a quiet street just off Baggot Street. Own private bathroom and back garden. You will have the downstairs of the house to yourself.Just 15 min walk to city centre. Close to bus stops, Aircoach and Dart.
The bedroom itself is large, bright and peaceful room at the back of the house with its own private garden. It has a 32-inch TV and there is broadband throughout the house.
This house is nestled away in an almost secret peaceful residential road just off Upper Baggot Street. It's just under a ten minute walk from St. Stephen's Green and a fifteen minute walk to Grafton Street and Trinity College so it's the perfect location for wandering Georgian Dublin.
If you're new to the city, you'll be amazed at how close everything is to you. If you're already living in Dublin, you'll already know how great the location is, you'll just never have known it was there.
As well as your own private garden to the rear there is also a small paved area to the front with parking The house is tucked away from all the noise of the city and within close proximity to the beautiful tree-lined redbrick Victorian road, St. Mary's Road. At the top of this road is the Dylan Hotel, a beautiful five-star boutique hotel and Marcels, where you can dine in style.
Baggot Street offers amazing shops, cafés, bars, and restaurants, two of which have two Michelin Stars (L'Ecrivain and Restaurant Patrick Guibauld), and one of which (Bloom) is one of Dublin's better kept secrets where you can get exceptional food with a great value €25 'two courses and a complimentary glass of wine' set menu.
For matches, conferences and concerts, the house is less than ten minutes walk from the Aviva Stadium, The Grand Canal Theatre, now known as the Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Dublin Docklands Conference Centre and the RDS. It's about twenty minutes walk to The O2 and the Odeon Point Village Cinema. Sandymount Strand and Village is also a 20 minute stroll away, as is the bustling village of Ranelagh.
If you like to cycle, I have both a ladies and gents bike that you are more than welcome to use.
Failing that, Dublin has a brilliant free cycle hire scheme called DublinBikes. You can get a three-day pass for €2 or take out an annual subscription for €10 if you'd like to stay longer or visit again. There is a station 300m away at Baggot Street Bridge and there is a very safe cycle-only lanes that runs along the scenic Grand Canal from Portobello right along to the River Liffey.
The Luas (light rail tram) is also nearby, there are three stations within a 15 minute walk, and you can take it out to Dundrum and Sandyford
Public Transport links are excellent, there are buses to the City Centre every five to ten minutes, there are two DART Stations (a lovely train line that runs the length of Dublin Bay) within a ten minute walk, Grand Canal Dock, and Lansdowne Road. You can get the Dart to some breathtaking places with great views of Dublin and the bay, such as Howth (North), Killiney (South) and you can also explore the gorgeous seaside towns of Malahide, Dalkey, Greystones and Dun Laoghaire.
Smoking is not allowed inside the house but feel free to smoke in the garden.
I had a lovely stay at Eammon's. The room is decent for the price range. It's 15 min walk from Grafton Street, shops, pubs and bus stations are a street corner away.
Eammon was very helpful with everything I needed and even gave me a ride to the hospital when I got sick one day!!! I'd Definetly stay here again!
Éamonn was super friendly and helpful, even when I had to change plans at the last minute. The room is very comfortable and even though there are a few others living in the place, it's quiet. would recommend.