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This host offers flexible cancellation: Full refund 1 day prior to arrival, except service fee.

About This Listing

Located right in the centre of Dublin's gorgeous shopping area this loft conversion is a perfect location for a visit to Dublin as a tourist or someone who is here on business and is tired of staying in hotels.

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Movie night anyone?

Movie night anyone?

The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1


Cancellation: Moderate


House Rules

On Fridays and Saturdays the minimum stay is 1 night.
Little study area if you need to check your emails or share some of your fabulous photos and experiences with friends and family.

Little study area if you need to check your emails or share some of your fabulous photos and experiences with friends and family.

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About the Host, Victoria

Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Member since June 2014
Response rate: 100% (last 10 contacts)
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  • Victoria
  • Fallon & Byrne

    Probably the best food store in Dublin with a lovely delicatessen to get a quick lunch or picnic food. Its not cheap but the quality is excellent.
    Exchequer Street Dublin Dublin 2
  • Rustic Stone

    Cant beat the fillet steak which you cook yourself on a hot stone.
    South Great Georges Street Dublin Dublin 2
  • Good World Restaurant

    Reputed to be the best Chinese in Dublin and I would hate to differ.
    S Great Georges St Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • Yamamori Noodles

    Absolutely the best Japanese in town. Not the most cosy of environments but fab food and friendly service.
    South Great George's Street Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • George's Street Arcade

    A magnificent Victorian building well worth wandering around. The entire neighbourhood is delightful and my favorite part of Dubiln. Charming small streets filled with boutiques and restaurants.
    George's Street Arcade Dublin Dublin
  • The Port House

    Lovely place for tapas if you are in town late and feel like something cosy and romantic.
    South William Street Dublin 2
  • Dublin Tourism Information Centre

    Just around the corner the Tourist Office provide great ideas for places to visit and various tours available.
    Suffolk Street Dublin 2
  • Powers Court Town House Centre

    A charming shopping centre built in what was originally the town house for a wealthy landowner. One enters through the original hall which is now a florist. An unusual but delightful experience.
    William Street South Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • Ha'penny Bridge

    A very pretty little bridge which was one of the first in Dublin. You used to have to cross the bridge but now it makes for an easy stroll from Temple Bar to the North Side shopping district.
    Ha'penny Bridge Dublin Dublin
  • Grafton St

    A wonderfully colourful pedestrian street full of super shops and street artists galore.
    Grafton St Dublin Dublin
  • Trinity College

    A walk through Trinity is a lovely historic experience. The Old Library is for me one of the highlights of visiting Dublin.
  • St Stephen's Green

    A lovely park to wander through and perhaps, if the weather is good, have a picnic lunch. It is beautifully maintained and just a step away from the apartment.
    St. Stephen's Green Dublin Dublin
  • The Merrion Hotel Dublin

    A lovely place to go for a proper tea with scones, lovely little cakes and a menu of different teas. It is lovely in the winter as they have a gorgeous fire. Champagne is optional :)
    Upper Merrion St Dublin City Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • Merrion Square S

    Absolutely worth a visit if only to see the infamous Oscar Wilde and also the memorial to the men and women in the armed services. A lovely walk and a chance to see some of the famous Georgian houses
    Merrion Square S Dublin Dublin
  • Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum

    Absolutely fabulous tour of a beautiful replica of a famine ship. The tour guide is very knowledgeable and brings the heartbreaking era to life. Well worth a visit.
    Custom House Quay I.F.S.C. Dublin 1
  • Caffe Parigi

    A fabulous little place for breakfast,lunch or Italian style aperitivo in the evening. A real gem. Delicious food and great service. Perfect if you are going to the theatre or exploring the Docklands
    Sir John Rogerson's Quay Dublin
  • Guinness Storehouse

    The tour is very well done. Give yourself enough time to really benefit from the explanations and end it all with a pint of Guinness with an exceptional view over Dublin.
    Dublin Dublin
  • Grand Canal Quay

    A fun place to walk around to see how Dublin has developed. Very modern buildings as this is the financial services centre of Dublin and also the home to a number of leading Technology companies.
    Grand Canal Quay Dublin Dublin
  • The O2

    If you are coming for a show then it is easy to get to the o2 via public transfer or about a 30 minute walk.
  • Phoenix Park

    A beautiful park and perfect if you enjoying running or cycling. There are bicycles to rent just at the entrance of the park but you can also rent a Dublin Bike to get there and then explore.
    Parkgate St Dublin Dublin 8
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