1 cosy single bedroom in period house in sought after area of Ranelagh, aka the Village. All amenities, including restaurants, pubs, trams, buses, a few minutes walk. 20 min stroll along the canal or through Georgian Dublin to city centre.
Its just about the best place to live in Dublin. Everything on your doorstep, including lovely restaurants, lively pubs, barista cafes, and 20 mins walk to St. Stephens Green, the main pedestrianised shopping area on the south side of the city.
Take the aircoach from Dublin airport. Direction Doubletree Hotel.Cross the road, and walk up Appian Way. At the top of Appian way, turn left into village, and third road on right hand side is Ashfield Road. No. 93 is the first house on the right hand side beside the Italian restaurant. Approx. 12 minute walk from Doubletree Hotel.
No pets allowed. No smoking.
Mary was a warm and welcoming host who has made a comfortable and beautiful home. The suburb of Ranelagh is ideal to explore Dublin, with loads of cafes and conveniences on your doorstep. Staying with Mary gave me independence but it was also great to get advice from her and have a chat. It was a wonderful stay - highly recommended!
I had really pleasant time in this house. Mary is really polite and always ready to help you. The environment is warm and you feel like at home.
I had a lovely stay in Mary's house. She made me feel very welcome and was always super friendly, chilled and helpful. The location is absolutely perfect.
The house is cozy, very homely, nicely decorated and the room is very private and bright and comfy.
Many thanks Mary and Happy New Year :)
Warm, comfortable, quiet, cozy room. Location fit my personal need very well. Just what I needed. Many nice restaurants (Tribeca), pubs (Smyths), apothecary, and grocery store (Tessco) less than one block distant. Did not really need nor use the pictured sitting/living room. Some guests/inhabitants not there, so bathroom facilities available when needed. Bathroom large, airy, bright, clean. Bus and LUAS stops were as describes. Taxis plentiful. Given same circumstances, I would recommend to others and request accommodations there myself again.
Really beautiful house, kept in pristine condition. Bedroom was cosy, very clean and also surprisingly warm, considering how cold it was outside.
The location is ideal and literally in the middle of Ranelagh Village, so its close to all the local amenities.
I love Ranelagh and Mary's house is really in the heart of the village. My single room was at the top of the house, very quite, comfy and light-flooded. Mary is a very nice and easy going landlady
Am a fellow traveller. Love hot countries (so have to go travelling). Live in Dublin, and work in tourism. Have also lived in France and UK. I am a qualiafied tour guide and yoga teacher, and give private yoga classes and do walking tours of Dublin. Would be happy to share my knowledge of one or both subjects with airbnb guests.