This listing is suitable for the young or young at heart! It is a small double room with roof terrace attached. Very quiet and cosy. Original floorboards and white walls. 4'6 bed with cotton linens. The house is a redbrick artisan house, in the heart of the city centre on a quiet street. Walk everywhere!
Location location location. The perfect compact spot for a visitor who wants to easily access all of Dublin city centre. This is a cosy small double room with private attached deck / roof terrace in newly-restored redbrick artisan house in the best location in the Dublin city centre. The room is bright and quiet and you have shared use of the shower room. The bed is 4'6" (standard double). There's a nice terrace/deck accessed directly from the guestroom. Broadband internet. Walk to St Stephen's Green in less than 10 minutes and Temple Bar in 6 minutes.
Hosts are a well-travelled gay couple. We speak (with varying degrees of fluency!) English, Spanish, Italian and French. I can advise on cultural and entertainment options. Help yourself to coffee (Nespresso I'm afraid, the Gaggia keeps breaking :)) or a glass of wine. I love living here, both for the house and the convenience of being right in the heart of things, while on a very quiet street.
You will not need to get a taxi anywhere in the city centre when staying here. The 747 airport bus leaves you 4 minutes walk from front door and usually takes about 25/30 minutes. The house is very cosy in winter (well-insulated!). The interior is all-white and mixes contemporary fittings with some period touches. The floors upstairs are the originals (restored) and there are Edwardian/Victorian fireplaces.
I can provide on street parking permits where necessary.
There are lovely cafes (Cafe Noto, Fumbally, Queen of Tarts, Mannings) nearby. The best local pub (possibly the best pub in Dublin) is Fallons. You are 10 minutes walk from all that Dublin City Centre has to offer.
There are buses and trains to all outlying areas should you wish to explore - Malahide, Howth, Dalkey, Bray and Greystones are within easy reach. The Phoenix Park is a 15 minute walk away.
Please feel free to help yourself to breakfast. There is coffee, a selection of teas, bread, eggs, fruit, granola and cereals.
Help yourself to alcohol - whether you prefer a beer, a G&T or a glass of Malbec of NZ Sauvignon blanc, there should be something to suit your tastes :)
Céad Mile Fáilte (One Hundred Thousand Welcomes - in Gaelic)
Guest bedroom. Terrace/deck off guest room. Shared shower room. Nespresso coffee machine. Help yourself to alcohol or anything else within reason.
Interaction with guests
We enjoy meeting new people, and are happy to chat. We also understand that people generally want to see and experience as much as they can when on a short visit to Dublin.
Other things to note
This listing is suitable for the young or young at heart. The shower room is shared. Wifi is excellent. The room is a small double with a small amount of hanging storage space and a full length mirror. The terrace is a major bonus for the guest room!
Please contact me before you book if your booking is more than one month away.
Please do not smoke inside the house. There is a decked terrace directly off the guest bedroom.
Please help yourself to breakfast, drinks etc.
Tap water is drinkable.
If you do not have a working mobile (cell) phone in Dublin please have an alternative means of communication for check in.
Please do feel free to contact me if you have any questions or would like any information - If I don't know I will try to find out for you!
Please be aware that this is my home. There are books, magazines and other personal items available for your house. This is an advantage if you wish to treat the house as a home: it has lots of cooking equipment, ingredients, spices etc. but it does mean that it is more cluttered than my other listing which is permanently let.
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Hello. I am a mid thirties professional living in Dublin city centre, I have lived abroad and love to travel. My interests include cooking, cinema, reading and spending time with friends. I love having people over for dinner and meeting new people. I also love eating out.
Of the places I have visited for pleasure, I especially loved Bali, Brazil, Bolivia, Laos and Japan. I really enjoy meeting people when I travel she getting local recommendations. I love all of Italy and New York City. I love reading anything set in India. My monthly book club is something I really look forward to.
I have really enjoyed meeting new people through Airbnb. I am pretty passionate about Dublin, and like to share all the places that I think are special with visitors. Dubliners can be the most friendly people in the world!