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Temple Bar - Fun, Funky & Modern

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2 Bedrooms
1 Bed
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About This Listing

In the quiet part of Temple Bar, on Cows Lane, there is no better place to be headquartered while you enjoy the interesting, beautiful, colourful city of Dublin.

You will be in the very heart of the city centre, yet able to get a restful sleep.

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Cows Lane, Temple Bar, where apartment is located

Cows Lane, Temple Bar, where apartment is located


The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 4
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 1:00 PM
Check Out: 10:00 AM

Amenities

Prices
Cleaning Fee: $27
Weekly Price: $1024 /week
Monthly Price: $3550 /month
Cancellation: Strict

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Availability
1 night minimum stay
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About the Host, Tom

Tom
Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Member since February 2014
Response rate: 100% (last 10 contacts)
Response time: within an hour

Trust
  • Tom
  • Smock Alley Theatre, 1662

    Reasonably priced theatre shows.
    Exchange Street Lower Dublin 8
  • Queen of Tarts

    Coffee shop with a lot of character and great pastries.
  • Spar

    Nice convenience store for basic needs and good Insomnia coffee.
    Parliament St Dublin
  • Peadar Kearney's

    Great place for trad music!
    Dame Street Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • Irish Film Institute

    Not only is the IFI good for some art house cinema while youre in Ireland, but its also one of Temple Bars best places to enjoy a meal or coffee.
    Eustace Street Dublin Dublin 2
  • The George

    Dublins flagship gay bar. Sunday night Bingo with Shirley Temple Bar is a must see show for anyone visiting Dublin, gay or straight!
    89 South Great George's Street, Dublin 2
  • KC Peaches

    Healthy and cheap. KC Peaches serves delicious coffee, pastries, and food for a reasonable price. Located on Dame Street with great views from the upstairs dinning area.
    Dame St Dublin Dublin
  • Honest To Goodness

    Healthy alternative yet very delicious. The sloppyjoe Friday special is fantastic and reasonably priced at €5!
    Dublin 2 Dublin 2
  • Murphys Ice Cream

    Delicious parlour thats making quite a name for itself. Handmade in the Dingle peninsula, this place offers unique flavours like sea salt, Guiness and irish soda bread.
    Wicklow St Dublin
  • O'Neills Bar and Restaurant

    Hearty Irish roast dinner, every beer imaginable, and a labyrinth of cosy snugs to enjoy your evening. ONeills pub is Dublins must-visit bar to relax and enjoy the atmosphere in.
    Dublin Dublin
  • Crunch Fitness Aston Quay

    Gym that does day rates for anyone interested.
    Aston Pl Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • Grafton St

    Shopping, dinning, people watching, and anything else you can think of. Dublins heart.
    Grafton St Dublin Dublin
  • St.Stephen's Green

    One of Dublins most beautiful attractions. A pretty, manicured park with swans and ducks. A stunning stroll through Stephens Green with relax anyone.
    Dublin Dublin
  • Moore St

    Moore Street is the other heart of Dublin. This is the grittier face of Dublins north side. Seafood/fruit sellers shout from behind baby prams/strollers. A uniquely Dublin experience.
    Moore St Dublin Dublin
  • Book Of Kells

    One of the oldest books in the world.
    College Street Dublin 2 Dublin 2
  • Dublin's General Post Office

    An historical building which played a pivotal role in Irelands independence from the UK. Bullet holes from the conflict that occurred 100 years ago can still be seen imbedded in the pillars.
    O'Connell Street Lower Dublin
  • Insomnia coffee company

    Insomnia is Irelands Starbucks offering affordable and delicious coffee. Its worth trying something different for your caffein fix while youre in Dublin. Insomnia Coffee shops are everywhere ;-)
  • Cafe Kylemore

    Reasonably priced Irish Breakfast.
    O'Connell Street Upper Dublin
  • Viking Splash Tours

    A fun and unique way to see Dublin and get some (website hidden) from the locals. Youre driven around in an amphibious vehicle that eventually plunks down in the grand canal docklands, hence the splash.
    St. Stephen's Green North Dublin 2
  • Dicey's Garden

    A trendy night spot for those looking for something a bit more modern and loud to dance the night away.
    Harcourt St Dublin 2 Dublin
  • Camden Rotisserie

    Everything chicken. Buffalo wings - roast chicken and veg - chick burgers - etc etc etc... :)
    Camden Street Lower Dublin Dublin
  • Huge Lane Municipal Art Gallery

    A quaint art gallery with some spectacular works. Situated beside the Irish Garden of Remembrance and spectacular and interesting park.
  • Guinness Storehouse

    Dublins premiere attraction. Not much description needed. After you tour the storehouse you get a free pint of the black stuff.
    Dublin Dublin
  • Talbot St

    North Dublin hub off of OConnoll Street. Talbot street offers an eclectic mix of shops. Its usually always bustling with people.
    Talbot St Dublin Dublin
  • Merrion Square Park

    Stephens Greens less traveled and more shadowy cousin, Merrion Square Park isnt as manicured but worth the trek. A statue dedicated to Oscar Wilde is seen hiding in the brush ;-)
    Merrion Square, Dublin 2
  • The Barge Pub

    Funky scene pub with trendy young folks and beautiful views of the Grand Canal.
    Charlemont St Dublin 2, Ranelagh
  • Nancy Hands

    Located near the mouth of Phoenix Park, Nancy Hands offers an authentic Irish pub experience while not being over crowded or too touristy.
  • Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

    Go see a broadway show or larger theatrical event at this modern palace and take a stroll around Dublins Grand Canal Docks.
    Grand Canal Square Dublin Dublin 2
  • Grand Canal Dock

    U2s recording studio, barges, viking tour amphibious vehicles, cottages, Google/Facebook headquarters... Grand Canal Docks is Dublins silicon valley and a melting pot of culture and business.
    Dublin Dublin
  • Irish Museum of Modern Art

    Small but interesting museum of Irish and international modern art. Set within a period building and relaxing surrounding garden.
    Military Road, Kilmainham Dublin DUBLIN 8
  • N Wall Quay

    Walk, run, bike or skip down the North Wall Quay. Stunning views of the Liffey River, the modern financial sector, and the ocean beyond.
    N Wall Quay Dublin Dublin
  • Rio Rodizio

    For €30 flat price this Brazilian grill offers upscale all-you-can-eat BBQ. The servers walk through the restaurant with large skewers of meat and if you see something you like then you eat it :)
    R117 Rathmines Dublin
  • Cinnamon

    Ranelagh is considered a trendy south Dublin neighbourhood with a concentration of fine places to eat. Cinnamon offers fantastic brunch items and delicious coffee.
    83-87 Main Street, Ranelagh, Dublin
  • Ashtons Gastro Pub

    A bit outside of the city centre. Another traditional pub set near the scenic River Dodder in Dublins south neighbourhoods.
    Clonskeagh Rd Clonskeagh Dublin
  • The Dropping Well Bar & Restaurant

    This cozy traditional pub offers a tranquil setting near the River Dodder. Its more authentic than the city centre venues which can be quite touristy.
    Milltown Rd Milltown Dublin
  • Phoenix Park

    Rent one of the Dublin Bikes and cruise through Phoenix Park. The wide open fields of wild deer and fresh air will lift your spirits.
    Parkgate St Dublin Dublin 8
  • Saint Anne's Park

    Much like Phoenix Park, St. Annes Park is a sprawling green where the natural beauty of Ireland immerses you in fresh air and quiet peaceful reflection.
  • The Wooden Spoon

    Quaint breakfast/lunch place with stunning Irish Sea views.
    Bath Pl Dublin Dublin
  • Blackrock Market

    Quirky knick-knack bazaar that burrows into the heart of Blackrock Village. 2nd hand treasures galore and one or two mystical trinkets await ;-)
    Main Street Blackrock Dublin
  • Dún Laoghaire

    Take a stroll along the Dún Laoghaire Pier with cafes, restaurants, ice cream shops, and anything else galore. Beautiful view of Howth across the Irish Sea.
    Dún Laoghaire
  • Vico Rd

    Vico Road/Killiney Hill Park offer some of Dublins most stunning views of the east coast. Hike into the woodsy Killiney Hill or just park on Vico Road and sit on one of the benches there.
    Vico Rd Killiney Dublin
  • Wrights Findlater Howth

    Great seafood restaurant and bar with views of Howth Village and the Irish Sea.
    Harbour Rd Dublin
  • Johnnie Fox's Pub

    Up in the Dublin mountains near the boarder of Wicklow is Johnnie Foxs. The highest pub in Ireland. Buses leave from Dublin city centre. A truly unique experience.
    Glencullen Dublin
  • Balscadden Rd

    Take the DART out to Howth and hike up the Balsadden Road past a home where WB Yeates once lived and witness some of the most dramatic views of the Irish Sea.
    Balscadden Rd Dublin Dublin

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