My home at No. 25 is an Edwardian house built in 1904, and is situated just 2km from the city center. This location is a perfect combination of a residential area with easy access to the city.
PLEASE NOTE: CHECK IN TIME IS FROM 4PM AND BEFORE 10PM.
I can offer you a quiet Attic Room with comfortable 1 double and 1 single bed and a separate private bathroom. This bright spacious room overlooks the rooftop and the mountains in the distance. You are welcome to use the sitting/tv room. Breakfast is available in the dining room, where I will leave everything ready for you to help yourself. On offer are tea,coffee, juice, cereal, yoghurt, fruit and bread. Just let me know what you would like and I will do my best to provide it.
guests have access to the sitting/tv room and to the dining room which has a small fridge and microwave for guests use. Sorry but my kitchen is private
Interaction with Guests
This is my home and therefore I will be in residence during guests stay. I am happy to chat, answer questions and give advice but the house is also big enough to give you your privacy.
I have a no smoking policy and a request that guests do not consume food in the bedroom. In my experience mutual respect is all that is required to make your stay a pleasant one for all concerned.
Noeleen is an excellent host. The room was lovely, the bathroom was clean and te breakfast is really healty! You can always ask her for advice about Dublin and she is willing to help you.
Noeleen has a beautiful house. She made us feel very welcome. The room and private bathroom are perfect and very clean.
City centre is 30 minutes on foot or you can take the bus which stops across the street.
We had a very good holidays at Noeleen's house. She's a very kind and approachable person and she gave us good and helpful information about the city. The stay was really nice: great room, good breakfast and a lot of space for our own. We enjoyed every single day there and we would repeat experience if we go back to Dublin.
Noeleen hat eine wunderschönes Haus mit einer wunderschönen liebevollen Unterkunft. Sie ist eine wundervolle Gastgeberin. In der Innenstadt von Dublin ist man sehr schnell entweder mit dem Bus oder zu Fuss.
Noeleen is a wonderful hostess. Discreet, friendly and helpful. You really feel like you're in a nearby house familar. As seen in the photos the house is tastefully decorated and the room and bathroom were perfect for us.
We chose this area for its tranquility and well-positioned for the University and the city center. Very well connected by several bus or walked. It's a neighborhood with all services attached to the Botanical Garden (must) and Glasnevin cemetery.
Thanks for all Noeleen !!!
great room, great host. we enjoyed our stay. A tip if you stay here: use Dublin's city bikes to get around. there is a depot at the hospital close by
Noeleen is the BEST! My daughter stayed with Noeleen for nearly three weeks and had a lovely time. My other children and I stayed several days, during which she provided a lovely home base form which we explored Dublin and the surrounding area. Each morning we were greeted with a wonderful breakfast, including a birthday treat for my middle child who turned 17 while in Ireland! Noeleen, is a kind and thoughtful host; I HIGHLY recommend staying here if you are planning a trip to Dublin!
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I have many years experience of hosting guest from all over the world in my home and I enjoy creating a pleasant environment for my guests. I am working in a school for children with special needs as a classroom assistant. My school is great and I love the long holidays! I am the mother 3 adult children who have now left home - hence all the spare bedrooms! I love to spend time with my family and friends, eating or chatting. I enjoy cooking (vegetarian), gardening, arts and crafts. I am interested in the arts and I am a volunteer guide in one of Dublin's cultural art museums. I love the movies and especially enjoy going to one of the two art house cinemas that we have in the city. I walk a lot and do a bit of cycling, swimming and dance classes. I have had some great trips abroad -Cuba been among the most memorable. Last year I went to South Africa to work as a volunteer in a township - an amazing experience.