Lex

House in the heart of Dublin

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Cool, quiet city centre home in popular, central Camden/Portobello. Sleeps 6 people comfortably, 4/5 in the bedrooms, 7 with mattress. Also perfect for 1 or a couple. Open fireplace. Large deck out back. Wide range of citywide recommendations given.

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Property type: House
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1.5
Beds: 4

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Extra people: $34 / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee: $51
Security Deposit: $227
Weekly Price: $1361 /week
Monthly Price: $4083 /month
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Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Member since March 2013
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  • Lex
  • The Cake Cafe

    A funky, hidden little culinary gem right behind the house. —Breakfast, lunch, tea, coffee and CAKE!
  • Camden Kitchen

    The closest restaurant to the house. This cosy, sophisticated eatery never ceases to impress with a European menu and friendly staff. Tasty!
    Dublin IE
  • Neon Asian Street Food

    Tasty inexpensive Asian takeaway (or eat in) 3 mins from the house. Free DIY ice cream cone if you eat there. Favourites: Duck spring roll, beef soup, special fried (brown) rice, pad ki mow noodles.
    Camden Street Lower Dublin Dublin
  • Devitts Pub

    The closest pub to the house. Great LIVE traditional music most nights (usually upstairs) in a traditional setting with old-school locals.
    Lower Camden St Dublin 2 DUBLIN 2
  • Camden Rotisserie

    One of the best casual eateries in the hood! JP + Stu serve up a good selection of dishes + take-away/delivery options incl roast chicken, hot-wings, salads, wraps, sandwiches, burgers, beer and wine.
    Camden Street Lower Dublin Dublin
  • Listons Food Store

    The local gourmet deli. Shop for a complete meal here including fine wine and cheese. Also great takeaway soup, salads and sandwiches. Open 9am-6pm, mon-sat.
    Lower Camden Street Dublin 2 DUBLIN 2
  • Anseo

    The local pub and social hub of the neighbourhood. DJs 7 nights a week. Open 5pm-12:30am fri-sat, 11:30pm mon-thu, 11pm sun. NOT TO BE MISSED!
    Camden Street Lower Dublin D2
  • Tolteca

    Very good burritos just 4min walk from the house. Only a few seats inside.
    Camden Street Lower Dublin Dublin
  • The Yoga Hub

    Popular, local yoga centre run by Matt Quigley. Happy Food juices and meals available here too. The Yoga Hub often hosts workshops with international yoga gurus. Check their website for details.
    Camden Pl Dublin Dublin
  • Breakfast at The Camden Court Hotel

    BREAKFAST TREAT! 3 minutes walk from the house. The Iveagh Restaurant here does a posh all-you-can-eat full breakfast buffet served in their large, calm breakfast room. €15. 7-11am (10:30 midweek).
    Camden Street Lower Dublin Dublin 2
  • Whelan's

    Huge, busy drinking emporium around the corner from the house with medium sized live music venue out back (gigs: 9pm) and sizable smoking terrace upstairs. Open til 2:30am most nights.
    Wexford Street Dublin Dublin 2
  • The Dean Hotel

    Bran-nu and very funky hotel lobby café with cosy lighting and groovy, low-level music. Also serving tasty BBQ cuts and cocktails. Sophies rooftop bar and restaurant also at this location. 5min walk!
    Harcourt St Dublin 2 Dublin
  • Sophie's Bar & Restaurant at The Dean Hotel

    Some of the best views of Dublin from this Harcourt St. ultra-hip, yet inexpensive rooftop bar restaurant at the Dean Hotel. Only open a few weeks and already famous for great pizza. Lobby café too.
    Harcourt St Dublin Dublin 2
  • Ambala

    London chain Asian deli specialising in Indian confectionary as well as lunch and dinner at very good prices. Try the Masala Dosa, Indian stuffed crepe (vegetarian) takeaway too! 3mins from the house.
    Camden Street Upper Dublin Dublin
  • Zakura

    This is a neighbourhood gem, opposite Whelans, Wexford Street. Casual Japanese restaurant with a large menu including good quality sushi, authentic ramen + all your favourites. Friendly staff cheap.
    Wexford St Dublin
  • Las Tapas De Lola

    Classic tapas done extremely well. Spanish and Irish owned. Great quality food with a lovely urban atmosphere.
    Wexford St Dublin 2 Dublin
  • Against the Grain

    Great range of tasty beers from around the world in this neighbourhood pub.
    Wexford St Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • Bunsen

    The minimal menu means they do one thing well… BURGERS! …and fries, but thats about it. Trendy little NY style diner just 5 minutes from the house.
    Wexford Street Dublin 2 Dublin
  • Boojum

    Some of the best burritos in town. 6min walk from the house. Young and funky vibe. Recommendations: burrito salads, small + cheap chilli bowl (€4), Mexican Negro Modello beer, Jarritos soda.
    Kevin Street Lower Dublin Dublin
  • Aussie BBQ

    Selection of good quality BBQ meats and side dishes at this casual eatery just 5min walk from the house. Tables inside or eat at the counter if busy.
    Dublin
  • Shaw Birthplace

    No33 Synge Street is the birthplace of George Bernard Shaw, author of many plays including Pygmalion (My Fair Lady). Open June-August Tue Thu Sat 11am-3:30pm (Closed 1pm-1:15pm) Sat 2-5pm. €4-€6
    Synge St Dublin Ireland 8
  • Station Building Lunchtime Market

    THURSDAY LUNCHTIME ONLY OUTDOOR FOOD MARKET website boasts over 30 food stalls from around the world. Many of them hot food. Closes 2pm. Mortons mini-market also here full time. 5mins from the house.
    Hatch Street Upper Dublin
  • The Bernard Shaw

    OK, lets face it, its hipster central! …but it has a huge smoking terrace with a double-decker bus serving pizza and the weekend DJ parties are off the hook! 5 mins walk from the house. Great fun!
    - 12 South Richmond Street Dublin 2 Dublin 2
  • Lennox Cafe & Bistro

    A bright and cheery, weekend brunch favourite. Midweek lunch too. 4 minutes walk from the house.
    Lennox Street Dublin 8 Dublin
  • Iveagh Gardens

    The Secret Garden 5 minutes walk from the house. Beautiful, Victorian style park. Great for sunny picnics or a pleasant walk.
    Clonmel Street Dublin 2
  • Bretzel Bakery

    Local bakery, open… Mon: 8:30am-3pm, Tue-Fri: 8.30am-6pm, Sat: 9:00am-5pm, Sun: 9:00am-1pm.
    Lennox Street Dublin 8 Dublin
  • Portobello Harbour - Grand Canal Walk

    THE GRAND CANAL runs close to the house at Portobello Quay. A beautiful walk up to Clanbrassil St Bridge + down again (10 min) all the way to Grand Canal Dock vibrant new Grand Canal Square (20min).
    Portobello Harbour Dublin Dublin
  • The Fumbally

    Casual breakfast, lunch and coffee meeting place for creative types, 8 minutes walk from the house. —A favourite of mine!
    Fumbally Lane Dublin 8
  • St Stephen's Green

    Famous city-centre park where a lot of Dubliners go for picnic lunches on finer days or just for time out from city life. Essential!
    St. Stephen's Green Dublin Dublin
  • The Bald Barista

    Popular coffee house on the way to the city centre.
    Aungier St Dublin 2
  • The Table Restaurant

    Sister restaurant of The Lennox. Nice upstairs room with beautiful view of the Grand Canal. Great for brunch. Order the hash! 7 minutes walk from the house.
    Portobello Rd Dublin
  • The National Concert Hall

    The home of classical music in Dublin + much more. Just 8 mins walk from the house. Large range of concerts from opera classical to jazz, cabaret some international pop (website hidden) restaurant too.
    Earlsfort Terrace Dublin 2 Dublin 2
  • Whitefriar Grill - Best Brunch in Dublin

    …also good lunch and dinner!
    Aungier Street Dublin 2 Dublin
  • JJ Smyths

    Small live music venue upstairs. Dont bother with downstairs! World-class jazz sessions on Thursdays Sundays. Look out for Louis Stewart or anyone called Buckley! Mostly blues the rest of the time.
    Aungier St
  • St Patrick's Cathedral

    Functioning, Anglican, Church of Ireland place of worship. Founded in 1213. Open to the public. Donations expected. Church choir performs at certain services, lunchtime recitals and special concerts.
  • The Sugar Club

    One of Dublins best live music venues in the converted Irish Film Board screening room. 10 minutes walk from the house. Run by Choice Cuts promotors presenting the best of live hip-hop funk + more!
    Lower Leeson Street Dublin Dublin 2
  • East Side Tavern

    Ex-Tavern On The Green. Nice bar on street level for an after-work drinks crowd at a great location, just off Stephens Green. Restaurant upstairs getting great reviews. 10min walk from the house!
    Leeson Street Lower Dublin
  • Peter's Pub

    The cutest little pub right in the middle of town. 10 minutes walk from the house.
    Johnson Pl Dublin 2
  • Pablo Picante Californian Burrito Bar

    Commonly considered as the best burritos in town. Also check out Pablos Tortas, Mexican sandwiches next door.
    Clarendon Market Dublin
  • P Mac's

    Funky new bric-a-brac bar with a great beer selection, rock pop and a trendy young crowd.
    Lower Stephen St Dublin 2
  • Super Miss Sue

    The city centres best fish restaurant. Casual fishn(tripple-fried)chips on the left, wide range of fish dishes on the right. Try the scotch egg, the shark burger and the prawns in chili and garlic.
    Drury St Dublin Dublin 2
  • Dublin Food Co-op & Flea Market

    Organic food market every Sat (9.30am-4.30pm) Thu (12-8pm) + rotating monthly flea markets most SUNDAYS 11-5pm: PURE VINTAGE / FUSION SUNDAYS / BROCANTE / DUBLIN FLEA MARKET 15 minutes walk.
    Newmarket Dublin County Dublin Dublin 8
  • Bite of Life

    Cool little sandwich and juice bar beside Patricks Cathedral. Open Mon-Fri: 7:30am-4pm / Sat Sun: 9am-4pm.
    Patrick St Dublin 8
  • The Corkscrew Wine Merchants

    Dublins best wine shop!
    Chatham St
  • The Little Museum of Dublin

    Packed with Dublin memorabilia and extremely well curated. The museum staff know their stuff and the exhibits change regularly. Essential!
    Saint Stephen's Green Dublin Dublin
  • Celtic Whiskey Shop

    Huge range of Whiskey and other liquor as well as a high quality wine selection.
    Dawson St Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • The Greenhouse

    Arguably Dublins finest restaurant. Michelin award winning chef. Tasting menu. Superb wine list. Book well in advance!
    Dawson St
  • Long Hall

    Famous old Dublin pub!
    South Great Georges Street Dublin Dublin 2
  • Peruke & Periwig

    Opened early 2014. This kooky, pokey Georgian/Victorian styled 4 floor dining establishment also serves top-class cocktails. The food is excellent and not over the top expensive. Good wine list!
    Dawson St Dublin Dublin 2
  • Clement and Pekoe

    Excellent coffee, tea and cake!
  • Kelly's Hotel

    Kellys Hotel, above Hogans Bar, houses The Bar With No Name. Enter on Fade Street left of Gueuleton restaurant. Cool cocktail bar with big circus tent smoking terrace. Very popular at the weekend.
  • Damson Diner

    Extremely tasty food and cocktails with young, trendy crowd! Order the pulled-pork bun: €7.50.
    William Street South Dublin 2 Dublin
  • Kerlin Gallery

    Contemporary art gallery right in the centre of town, just off Grafton Street. Shows mainly internationally renowned Irish gallery artists. My favourite Dublin gallery!
    Anne's Ln Dublin Dublin
  • Hogans

    Popular old-school, city-centre Dublin pub with a good mixed crowd. DJs in the free basement club at the weekend til 2:30am but also shows the rugby. Good Sunday brunch too!
    35-37 South Great Georges Street, Dublin 2
  • Chester Beatty Library

    Beatiful, award winning museum of Oriental art. A vast collection built by Victorian, Anglo-Dublin industrialist. Other exhibitions in the annex gallery. Excellent gift shop. Palestinian café.
  • L'Gueuleton

    Delicious French peasant food. Lunch, brunch, dinner coffee from this very popular city-centre restaurant. The menu varies from Dublins best French Onion Soup to Slow Roast Rare Breed Pork Belly.
    Dublin 2
  • Market Bar

    Tasty tapas in this beautiful, converted sausage factory. Favourites: Chorizo feta salad, piri-piri chicken salad, albondigas, patatas bravas.
    Fade Street Dublin Dublin 2
  • Coppa Cafe

    Italians do it best! Soup, sandwiches, cakes and excellent coffee by Coppinger Rows Italian brother, Federico. 9am-5pm
    Ely Pl Dublin Dublin
  • The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel

    Dublins most famous hotel on Stephens Green with 2 popular bars and restaurants serving breakfast, lunch, dinner supper. Afternoon tea served every day at The Lord Mayers Lounge.
    Saint Stephen's Green Dublin 2
  • Kehoe's

    Lovely old-school Irish pub with an after-work crowd, just off Grafton Street. Perfect for a pint and a toastie!
    Anne St S Dublin
  • The Grooming Rooms

    a new concept in male grooming offering classic barbering services as well as a variety of other treatments in a comfortable atmosphere FLAT IRON gents ladies hair is on the top floor. Book ahead!
    William St S Dublin
  • Sheridan's Cheesemongers

    Wide selection of Irish international cheeses and everything that goes with them + great sandwiches.
    S Anne St
  • Coppinger Row

    Great food cocktails 7 days/week! Great atmosphere! Lunch, dinner + Sunday brunch. Favourites: salt cod croquettas, mixed grill, meatball linguini, Flo Basy cocktail + Bon-Bon café spiced cacao.
    Coppinger Row Dublin Dublin
  • Grogans

    If youre looking for the quintessential dingy Irish dive bar with cult status this is it! Grumpy staff, crap art on the walls but regulars swear by the Guinness toasties. Fun outside in the summer!
    S William St Baile Átha Cliath
  • Berlin

    Berlin is a brand-new café right in the centre of town serving coffee, sandwiches and wine. Home of the Irish-American Breakfast! (apparently)
    Dublin
  • George's Street Arcade

    Records, Vintage Clothes, Pies, Frozen Yoghurt, Coffee, Cup Cakes, Lunch, Old Books, Fish Chips, Flowers, Gifts.
    George's Street Arcade Dublin Dublin
  • Cocoa Atelier

    Top quality French chocolates and macarons, exclusive to this Dublin store.
    Drury St Dublin
  • Blazing Salads

    All your vegetarian and vegan needs to take home. Salads, soup, sandwiches, meals, bread and cakes. Tasty and healthy!
    Drury St Dublin 2
  • Kaph

    Damn fine coffee and cakes to die for! Cool, friendly staff and right in the heart of what is becoming the design quarter of Dublin.
    Drury St Dublin
  • The Pepper Pot Cafe

    THE BEST SANDWICH IN DUBLIN! -Bacon, pear cheddar on soft white loaf.
    William Street South Dublin 2 Dublin
  • One Pico

    One of my favourite restaurants in Dublin. A 15 minute walk from the house. Beautiful, cosy room, excellent food and friendly, professional staff. For a special night out! Booking advised!
    Dublin County Dublin D2
  • Good World

    Great Chinese food from early to late. The best dim-sum in Dublin!
    S Great Georges St Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • Irish Design Shop

    Small Irish-only design store!
    Drury St Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • O'Donoghues Bar

    Some regard this pub as touristy but I love it! Trad music mecca! Home of The Dubliners. Busy later in the week but the live sessions are great craic even early in the week. 15min walk from the house.
    Merrion Row Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • Leo Burdock

    Most famous Dublin fishnchips takeaway!
    Werburgh Street Dublin County Dublin Dublin 2
  • Ukiyo Bar

    Is it a bar? Is it a restaurant? Is it a club? Its all 3! + karaoke rooms to rent downstairs. Great, late night party atmosphere at the weekends. Favourites: lunchtime bento-box + Asian burritos.
    Exchequer Street Dublin 2 Dublin
  • Fixx Coffeehouse

    Decent coffee lounge! A good alternative to the endless, corporate, local business killing, Starfucks that are infecting the city like a cancer. If they all burn down some day, I have an alibi! :-D
    Dawson Street Dublin Dublin
  • Fallon & Byrne

    Multipurpose food emporium including… café/restaurant, restaurant upstairs, wine bar downstairs, delicatessen, green grocer, butcher, fishmonger, cheesemonger, fresh bread and cakes.
    Exchequer Street Dublin Dublin 2
  • Lemon Crepe & Coffee co

    Popular café casual crépe restaurant/takeaway. (little sister of Dawson st. café). Savoury sweet, French style crépes + delicious toasted (fried actually) sandwiches. Healthier options available.
    William St S Dublin
  • Meat & Meet

    Fantastic sandwiches and coffee. A perfect lunch venue!
    Exchequer St Dublin Dublin
  • 777

    Funky Mexican style eatery with famous Margaritas tequila selection. Tasty food! NOT burrito-bar prices, although all dishes are €7 on Sundays. Great atmosphere. Party vibe later at the weekend.
    S Great Georges St Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • San Lorenzos Restaurant

    The New York Italian! Recently voted the best brunch in town by some poll somewhere! …but be warned, they pump out loud, commercial music at brunch time.
    S Great George's St
  • Carluccio's

    The London chain originally started by Italian TV chef, Antonio Carluccio serves top quality coffees pastries til late + breakfast lunch dinner. Also has the finest Italian deli produce in Dublin.
    Dawson Street Dublin 2 Dublin
  • Mary's Pub & Hardware Store

    My new favourite pub! Old style country pub amongst posh stores off Grafton st. Verging on assemblage art. Appeared in 2014, though looks 60 years old. Great bottled beers. BEST pub sandwiches!
    Wicklow St Dublin Dublin
  • Dublin Car Hire - Hertz Car & Van Hire

    10 minutes walk from the house
    S Circular Rd Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 8
  • Lemon crepe & coffee co

    Popular café casual crépe restaurant/takeaway. (big sister of Sth. William st. café) Savoury sweet French style crépes + delicious toasted (fried actually) sandwiches. Healthier options available.
    Dawson St Dublin 2 Dublin
  • Les Freres Jacques

    Delightful old-style French restaurant right beside the famous Olympia Theatre, serving timeless French classics and fine wines. A Dublin institution!
    Dame St Dublin Dublin
  • Rhinestones

    Really nice, friendly, vintage jewelry store with a massive selection from all eras including Irish designs.
    Andrew St Dublin 2
  • Porterhouse Central

    The vast selection of world and craft beers might be the only reason you go to this micro-brewery bar.
    Nassau St Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • Avoca Café

    4-story mini department store with Irish food, clothes, jewellery crafts. Popular lunch coffee spot upstairs. Poulet Bonne Femme rotisserie in basement. Great one-stop-shop for gifts + tasty food!
    Suffolk St Dublin 2 Dublin
  • Irish Film Institute

    Arthouse cinema in Temple Bar.
    Eustace Street Dublin Dublin 2
  • All City Records

    THE dj record shop in T-Bar + one-stop-shop for graff artists. All City runs an international record label releasing leftfield electronic music. The Tivoli Jam is their annual graffiti-fest in summer.
    Crow St Dublin 2
  • Celtic Note

    Irish music!
    Nassau St Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • Kilkenny Shop/Restaurant

    Irish gifts!
    Dublin 2 Dublin
  • Il Baccaro

    Excellent, somewhat hidden Italian restaurant in the middle of Temple Bar.
    Meeting House Square Dublin Dublin
  • The Douglas Hyde Gallery

    Contemporary non-commercial art gallery at Trinity College. 2 spaces showing Irish and international artists. Frequent talks and tours.
    Dublin 2
  • Project Arts Centre

    Left-field gallery, theatre and café in Templebar.
    East Essex St Temple Bar, Dublin 2
  • The Ark

    A purpose-built cultural centre where children aged 2-12 can explore theatre, music, literature, art, film, dance more. Programme of world class performances, exhibitions creative workshops.
  • Di Fontaine's

    Dublins best NY style pizza slice!
    Parliament St Dublin
  • The Temple Bar Saturday Food Market

    TEMPLE BAR FOOD MARKET every Saturday 10am-4.30pm on Meeting House Square Curved Street. Grab a bite to eat from a variety of vendors or buy ingredients for dinner treats.
    Dublin
  • Bison Bar & BBQ

    Really good American style BBQ food and good beer. Ribs, chicken, brisket, sausage-links. Try the burnt end beans!
    Wellington Quay Dublin Dublin D2
  • National College of Art & Design Gallery

    Gallery at NCAD supports contemporary practice critical debate in visual arts + reflects the diversity strengths of the College by developing + promoting the future of art and design in Ireland.
    Thomas Street Dublin Dublin 8
  • Temple Bar Gallery + Studios

    Contemporary Irish visual art!
    Temple Bar Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • L'Ecrivain Restaurant

    One of Dublins finest restaurants without a doubt. 15 minutes walk from the house. Owned by Michelin star chef, Derry Clarke. A wonderful dining experience! Booking advised!
    Baggot Street Lower Dublin 2 County Dublin Dublin 2
  • Elephant & Castle

    Sister restaurant of the famous London and former NY establishment. Diner food in Temple bar. FAMOUS CHICKEN WINGS! Expect a 10-20min wait.
    Temple Bar Dublin 2 Dublin 2
  • Kinara Kitchen

    Luxurious Pakistani restaurant. Amazing flavours + fantastic cocktails in RANELAGH, urban village, an alternative dining district away from the city centre, 15min walk from the house or 5min by Luas.
    Ranelagh Rd Dublin
  • Pavilion Bar

    THE PAV. This is the on-campas student bar in Trinity College. Great atmosphere on sunny days when hundreds sit outside with a great view over the cricket pitch. Try the Barrel Head ale!
    College Green Dublin Dublin 2
  • Bar Italia Ormond Quay

    Owned by Dunne Crescenzi. Excellent quality across-the-board Italian food; pizza, pasta, antipasti, Italian dishes and cicheti (small snacks unique to the bars of Venice). Great wine list too!
    Lower Ormond Quay Dublin 1
  • Afternoon Tea at The Westin Hotel Dublin

    Afternoon Tea upstairs at The Atrium Lounge.
    Dublin 2
  • Panti Bar

    The centre of Dublin LGBT culture!
    Capel Street Dublin D1
  • Dublin Woollen Mills

    Brand new restaurant (lunch dinner) and deli (from 10am). Cool place with really good food. Excellent pulled pork! Cakes and coffee are top notch!!!
    Lower Ormond Quay Dublin DUBLIN 1
  • The Grand Social

    One of Dublins best live music venues over the famous Hapenny Bridge.
    Dublin
  • Dillingers

    Funky up-market diner! great cocktails + gourmet spin on diner classics in RANELAGH, urban village, an alternative dining district away from the city centre, 15min walk from the house or 5min by Luas.
    Ranelagh Dublin DUBLIN 6
  • Screen Cinema

    Small cinema at the back of Trinity College.
    Townsend St Dublin 2
  • Mespil Gourmet Food Market

    THURSDAY LUNCHTIME ONLY OUTDOOR FOOD MARKET at the canal lock near Baggot St. Bridge with a variety of hot food from around the world. Closes 2pm. 15 minutes walk from the house.
    Baggot St Bridge Dublin Dublin
  • The Twisted Pepper

    Hipster HQ! Popular night club with mostly new electronic music + live venue, smoking room daytime café. Young trendy crowd. Great fun on particular nights. Check their programme. Good drinks deals!
    Middle Abbey Street Dublin Dublin 1
  • Science Gallery Dublin

    At rear of Trinity College. It may have science in the title, but each exhibition at the gallery proves it to be the most creative, innovative and artistic venue in Ireland. Also has café + shop.
    Pearse Street Dublin 2
  • Madina Desi Curry Co

    Very cheap but good quality, casual Indian/Asian restaurant. Order the (quite large) Masala Dosa, Indian stuffed crepe (vegetarian) only €4.95.
    Mary St Dublin DUBLIN 1
  • Mulligan's

    I dont subscribe to the Irish good-pint/bad-pint obsession but if someone says this place has the best Guinness in town I dont argue. This might be the best pub in Dublin. Last decorated in the 60s.
    Poolbeg Street Dublin Dublin 2
  • Dice Bar

    If you like rockabilly and ska music, then this alternative, aging hipster phat joint is for you and it is great!
    Queen St Dublin 7 Dublin
  • The Black Sheep

    One of three excellent craft beer bars in Dublin, owned by the Galway Bay brewery. (Against The Grain The Brew Dock). Great range of beers from around the world + good bar food.
    Capel St Dublin DUBLIN 1
  • Marcel's

    One of my favourite new restaurants in town. A unique old-world vibe with young friendly international staff. Delicious classic contemporary European flavours. Building a rep for great Sunday roast!
    Saint Mary's Road Dublin 4 Dublin
  • Dublin Castle

    Steeped in history, the castle complex houses the State Apartments with regular tours daily + the Chester Beatty Library museum. There are 2 gift shops cafés + a beautiful garden for sunny time-out.
    Dublin
  • The Wild Goose Grill

    Top class restaurant with good food! Perfect for a date or family meal in RANELAGH, urban village, an alternative dining district away from the city centre, 15min walk from the house or 5min by Luas.
    Sandford Rd Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 6
  • Cineworld Cinemas - Dublin

    Multiscreen, mainstream cinema near the top of OConnell Street.
    Parnell St Dublin 1 Dublin
  • Light House Cinema

    Arthouse cinema in Smithfield.
    Dublin 7
  • The Cobblestone Pub

    Probably the most popular traditional Irish music pub in Dublin. Live sessions 7 nights a week in the bar with special gigs in the cool venue out back.
    King Street North, Smithfield Dublin 7 County Dublin Dublin 7
  • The Brew Dock

    One of three excellent craft beer bars in Dublin, owned by the Galway Bay brewery. (Black Sheep Against The Grain). Great range of beers from around the world + good bar food.
  • The Gate Theatre

    Regarded by many as Irelands premier theatre. World class productions in this historical Dublin institute at the top of OConnell Street.
    Cavendish Row Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 1
  • The Marker Hotel Dublin

    Gorgeous modern interior. Houses Dublins only rooftop bar. In the newly developed Grand Canal Dock area. Excellent cocktails whiskey. Book ahead or take a chance!
    Dublin 2 Dublin
  • Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane

    Houses one of Irelands foremost collections of modern and contemporary art with over 2000 works including the Francis Bacon Studio. Free admission. Open Tuesday-Sunday.
    Parnell Square North Dublin 1
  • Irish Museum of Modern Art

    IMMA is home of the national collection of modern contemporary art, housed in the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, the finest 17th-century building in Ireland. Open Tue-Sat:10am-5.30pm / Sun:12pm-5.30pm.
    Military Road, Kilmainham Dublin DUBLIN 8
  • Kilmainham Gaol

    One of the largest unoccupied jails in Europe, covering some of the most heroic tragic events in Irelands emergence as a modern nation from 1780s to the 1920s. Major exhibition with regular tours.
    Inchicore Road Dublin Dublin 8
  • Phoenix Park

    You could get lost in this park as it has 1752 acres to explore. Built in 1662 as a Royal deer park, the deer roam wild and the herd can be seen grazing every day. Here youll also find Dublin Zoo.
    Dublin Dublin
  • SofD

    SKATE PARK OF DUBLIN indoor skate ramps and store. Open Tue/Wed/Thu: 6pm-10pm + Sat/Sun: 11am-7pm. Entry: €8/€12 for double session.
    Swords Rd Dublin
  • Dalkey Village

    Half-day trip to one of Dublins best loved villages on south side of Dublin Bay. Travel by DART rail 25mins from Pearse Station. Farmers food craft market every Sat. Famous Killiney Beach close by.
    Dalkey Dublin
  • Johnnie Fox's Pub

    Kitch but kinda cool old pub in Dublin mountains. Visit after a day hill walking or for a nights live music shenanigans. Private bus 45min from Shelbourne Hotel 6:35pm €10, return after last orders
    Glencullen Dublin
  • Howth Village

    Take a half-day trip to one of Dublins finests coastal villages on the north side of Dublin Bay. Farmers harbour market Sundays + b/h Mondays. Travel by DART rail service 25mins from Pearse Station.
    Howth County Dublin
  • Powerscourt House & Gardens

    Half-day trip to picturesque Enniskerry village to this Palladian 1741 house +47 acre gardens. Waterfall near by +famous Avoca café inside excellent craft shop. No. 44 bus 30mins from Charlemont St.
    Bray Rd Enniskerry
  • Electric Picnic Festival

    The legendary 3 day, end of summer tent-fest on the grounds of Stradbally House, Co. Laois, 1 hour from Dublin. EP 2014 dates: Fri 29th August - Sun 31st August. Weekend tickets or Sunday day pass.
    Stradbally Laois
  • Belfast

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