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Luxury home -Prime Dublin Location

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5 Guests
3 Bedrooms
5 Beds

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This beautiful newly refurbished detached bungalow is located in the heart of Foxrock, one of Dublin's most exclusive suburbs. Ideal for families, friends or business travellers. A short walk to frequent transport to the city centre via bus & luas.

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Luxury home -Prime Dublin Location
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Property type: House
Accommodates: 5
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Beds: 5
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)

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Extra people: No Charge
Cleaning Fee: $96
Security Deposit: $338
Weekly Price: $1684 /week
Monthly Price: $5577 /month
Cancellation: Strict

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2 nights minimum stay
Large kitchen area with granite worktop and Belfast sink.

Large kitchen area with granite worktop and Belfast sink.

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From Cork, Ireland · April 2015

From Huntington Station, NY · March 2015

From London, United Kingdom · February 2015

From London, United Kingdom · January 2015

From Lyon, France · November 2014
Mark
Response from Mark:

We'd like to thank Stephane for his great feedback on our home. His comments are very much appreciated and we're glad he found it very charming, roomy and well furnished. Our home is located in one of Dublin's best neighbourhoods and is 10km from St. Stephen's Green. We'd recommend that anyone who intends driving downtown during rush hour traffic in the winter time, like Stephane did, to consider taking either the nearby bus (which comes every five minutes and has a dedicated express bus lane) or the light rail "Luas" system that is also nearby. We do the commute on a daily basis to the city centre and both options offer a stress free, reliable and quicker journey to the city centre than driving during rush hour in the winter. The traffic was exceptionally heavy during the dates Stephane stayed as a result of 20,000 people attending the annual Web Summit. During the summer time or outside rush hour, it is possible to drive to the city centre in less than 25 minutes along the N11 road (one of the main arteries). Thanks again for the feedback.

November 2014

From Vologda, Russia · November 2014

From Dubai, United Arab Emirates · August 2014

About the Host, Mark

Mark
Dublin, Ireland
Member since August 2014
Response rate: 100% (last 10 contacts)
Response time: within a few hours

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  • Mark
  • Bistro One

    Fine dining experience
    Brighton Rd Dublin 18
  • The Gables Restaurant

    Well known local eatery
    Dublin
  • Foxrock Church

    Aircoach Stop and 46A and 145 bus routes stop here providing direct and frequent access to Dublin City Centre.
  • Carrickmines Luas Station

    Light rail system providing access to numerous locations including St. Stephens Green.
    Glenamuck Rd DUBLIN 18
  • Cabinteely park

    Lovely expansive park with a fantastic adventure playground and coffee shop.
    Dublin
  • The Vanilla Pod Eatery

    A great place for lunch.
    Burton Hall Rd Dublin
  • Pielows

    Good fine dining restaurant.
    Bray Rd Dublin
  • Imaginosity, Dublin Children's Museum

    Great for children aged 2 to 12 years old.
    Sandyford Dublin DUBLIN 18
  • Killiney Hill Park

    Great for views over Dublin and Dublin bay.
  • Dun Laoghaire Harbour

    We recommend the pier and walks along the coast. It has an array of shops and restaurants.
  • Dundrum Town Centre

    A short drive or luas journey from the house. The award wining upmarket town centre is Irelands largest shopping centre. Excellent cinema and some good restaurants including Siam Thai.
    Sandyford Rd Dundrum, Dublin 16
  • Johnnie Fox's Pub

    Well known traditional pub
    Glencullen Dublin
  • Marlay Park

    Large suburban park
    Grange Rd Dublin
  • Trinity College Dublin

    Visit Trinity to see the Book of Kells.
  • Avoca Café

    Recommended for lunch
    Kilmacanoge Wicklow
  • Powerscourt House & Gardens

    Probably Irelands most famous gardens.
    Bray Rd Enniskerry
  • The Hungry Monk

    Vist the scenic seaside town of Greystones and dine in our favourite steak restaurant.
    Church Rd Greystones IE
  • Glendalough

    Irelands famous 6th century monastic settlement set in a spectacular glacial valley, with visitors centre.
    County Wicklow
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