This red brick house, built in 1906, is located in Harolds Cross, Dublin 6. It is beside the grand canal and within walking distance of Dublin city centre. It is also close to bars, restaurants and parks.
Architectural designed and refurbished artisan house within walking distance of the city centre. Ground floor comprises of open plan living, kitchen and dining. There is a bathroom with both bath and shower at half landing level and one available double bedroom to the front of the house.
Free Wi-fi. The use of 2 bikes, adult male and female for the duration of the stay.
Interaction with Guests
as much as is required!
House is located a five minute walk from Dublins canal. This lovely walk will bring you to the city centre but there are bars and restaurants within a 5 minute walk to Rathmines and Harolds Cross or about 15 mins to Camden Street, a lively part of the city.
Bus service within a 2 minute walk. Can provide 2 bicycles to guests if wanted.
Other Things to Note
Use of full facilities of the house including washer/ drier, full kitchen, instant hot water to electric shower and a stove in the living area. There is a cot available on request in the bedroom which is suitable for a child up to three years.
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My girlfriend and I had a great couple of days in Dublin - Ciara's house is as listed, comfortable and in a decent location. It's about 20 minutes walk from the main centre of Dublin (though 40 mins from Heuston station), but there are pubs/bars/restaurants/supermarkets closer by if you want to stay away from the touristy bit.
As a host she was very accommodating, saying we could help ourselves to tea/coffee etc that she'd left, and making sure we had everything that we needed (as well as being flexible with our arrival/departure times!). She perhaps could've been a bit more organised (as we could have), but we were both Air BnB first timers so I'm sure we'll both learn from that. Regardless, she was readily contactable with any questions we had, and offered us plenty of great info about where to check out in Dublin, so overall we had an excellent weekend!
Thanks for your stay with us Ryan, it was a pleasure to have you and your girlfriend. Yes we have learnt from our first hosting and will be more organised next time, we never told you the beers in the fridge were for you! Best wishes and glad you enjoyed your time in Dublin.