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A lovely toasty room with everything you need for a stay. A comfy bed it's on the middle floor of the house and close to the bathroom.

Breakfast is toast, juices, cheese, fruit, cereal and if you have any special needs like gluten free that's fine

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Very private room at the top of the house.

Very private room at the top of the house.

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The Space
Accommodates: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Bed type: Real Bed
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)
Pet Owner: Dog(s) and Cat(s)
Room type: Private room


Cleaning Fee: $22
Weekly discount: 10%
Cancellation: Strict


The Space

We are a family who hosted English language students people doing internships and people just traveling around Ireland to see the sights for the last 10 years.

We don't have too many rules in the house just that you respect it's a family home.
There is no curfew. Breakfast in the morning in the kitchen. Great value for your money you won't be dissapointed.

Your room is a very comfortable single room (Size: 5.9m² (63.0 sqft). In your room you will find a TV, desk, internet access, mirror and a wardrobe. You will have access to a shared bathroom during your stay.

We live 5 minutes from the train station on the North side of Dublin. It takes 10 minutes to get to the City Centre.

It takes 10 minutes in a taxi from the Airport and we can arrange a pick up.
We have the internet and cable tv. The rooms are very clean and well kept.

We often host two- three people at a time, with some of them coming back to stay with us again.

Our home has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere about it. We often have our students come back and stay again.

Dublin has a vibrant nightlife and is reputedly one of Europe's most youthful cities, with an estimate of 50% of citizens being younger than 25. There are many places to eat an drink in the City Centre that we can recommend.

Our home is comfortable and welcoming and we'd love to have you stay with us.

Guest Access

Breakfast is a selection of breads, croissants, brioche, cereals, cream cheese, eggs, juice and tea and coffee. You are also welcome make tea & coffee after a long day exploring Dublin. Plus of course access to the electric shower & bathrooms.

Interaction with Guests

John works from home and is always on hand to ask any questions. Our home is warm friendly and we're happy to have a chat over a cuppa tea with our guests.

The Neighborhood

If we fancy a spot of history there's Clontarf Castle a walk away and the beautiful Malahide Castle a bus journey.

When we want to get away from the hustle and bustle we have seaside village of Howth a ten minute trip on the train it's full of great fish restaurants and the famous seals who loved to be fed by everyone.

There's live Irish music in the local pubs and great night spot Wright's if you like loud music.

Getting Around

It's so easy to get everywhere from where we're based. We live in between the two main bus corridors into the city and a 5 minute walk from the train station.

We're also on the right side of town to make getting to the airport a doddle. About ten minutes when there's no traffic and about 20 worse case scenario with traffic.

Other Things to Note

You can pick up a 72 travel card from the Airport. I believe it's the cheapest way to get around the city.

You'll either need to get a bus form the airport to Connolly bus station, but it's the main bus station so there's tons of buses.
You then cross the road to Connolly DART station and you can get the train (DART) to Harmonstown DART station. Make sure you get on a green train that says DART all along the train carriages.

Come out of the DART station and turn left. Then turn left again at the top of the alley and walk past all the shops pub pizza place pharmacy and take the 3rd turn on the right going up Rosemount Avenue. We are the 1st turn on the right 2 Brookwood Lawn, Artane Dublin 5.

Or there is a bus the 27a I believe that goes to the Artane Roundabout on the Malahide Road.

At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Gracefield Rd
Continue to follow Gracefield Rd
Turn right onto Brookwood Grove
Turn left onto Rosemount Ave
Turn left onto Brookwood Lawn

We're just on the left. We have a huge palm in the garden and a wooden fence.

Hope that all helps.


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House Rules

We don't have too many rules in the house just that you respect it's a family home.
There is no curfew. Breakfast in the morning and use of the kitchen to make tea or coffee and use of the microwave. Great value for your money you won't be disappointed.

Best wishes,

Debbie and John.

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Safety Features
Smoke Detector
First Aid Kit

4 nights minimum stay
Great sized kitchen

Great sized kitchen

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Member since December 2011


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