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

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Experience authentic Georgian elegance is this unique large OVAL studio apartment, overlooking park. Accommodates two in cosy sleeping loft. Light a fire, cook dinner in the designer kitchen, and then head out to enjoy the attractions of the city.

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Exterior view from corner of park showing typical matched pair of Georgian door cases and long 'bow' on side wall

Exterior view from corner of park showing typical matched pair of Georgian door cases and long 'bow' on side wall

The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 3
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM


Extra people: $23 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee: $23
Weekly Price: $737 /week
Monthly Price: $2552 /month
Cancellation: Strict


House Rules

2 nights minimum stay
View from front door

View from front door

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About the Host, Karin

Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Member since April 2012
Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
Response time: within a few hours

  • Karin
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    Authentic local pub, very busy on GAA match days, when the Dublin team supporters congregate here. Called after one of the stands in the old Croke Park Stadium.
  • James Joyce Centre

    The best place in the city to go for all things Joycean. Beautifully presented Georgian townhouse cultural centre
  • Cobalt Cafe & Gallery

    Friendly local cafe serving good coffee, and great soup and sandwiches, in the ground floor of an elegant Georgian townhouse, on one of the nicest residential streets in the city centre.
    North Great george's Street Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 1
  • The Gate Theatre

    A jewel of theatre built in the 18thc., specialising in the plays of Samuel Beckett
    Cavendish Row Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 1
  • Enoteca D'Asti

    Friendly local Italian, serving fresh food, including Pizza from a wood-fired oven.
    Russell St Dublin IE
  • Chapter One

    MIchelin-starred restauraunt, serving the best of Irish produce in elegant, comfortable surroundings.
    Parnell Square North Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 1
  • Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane

    Interesting collection of modern art, including Impressionist paintings shared on a 7-year rotation with the Tate in London. Francis Bacons studio is recreated here.
    Parnell Square North Dublin 1
  • The Parnell Heritage Bar and Grill

    Historic pub in landmark building, dating form the early 20thC. Serves good pub food
    Parnell St Dublin
  • The Hot Stove Restaurant

    Superb food and very professional, friendly service in comfortable surroundings.
  • Kingfisher Restaurant

    Friendly local cafe, that does a great Irish Breakfast.
    Parnell St
  • Le Bon Crubeen

    Busy local restaurant serving Franco-Irish food in comfortable surrounding. The adjoining pub, The Celt regularly offers live Irish music.
    Talbot Street Dublin Dublin Dublin 1
  • Paris Bakery

    Authentic French bakery, with good bread, patisserie, incorporating a French food Deli, and a Bistro
    Moore St Dublin Dublin
  • Dublin Castle

    A castle has existed on this site for 1000 years, though what one sees today is largely 18thC. The State Apartments showcase Irish Art and Furniture.
  • General Post Office (GPO)

    Elegant landmark public building dating from 1820s. It was the seat of the Easter Rising, 1916, which ultimately led to Ireland achieving Independence from the United Kingdom.
    O'Connell Street Lower Dublin
  • The Flowing Tide

    Quiet charming, authentic, local pub. The cast of the Abbey Theatre drink here after the curtain comes down.
    Lower Abbey St Dublin DUBLIN 1
  • The Brew Dock

    Local brew pub with excellent, seasonal pub food.
  • Abbey Theatre

    Irelands National Theatre, home to classic drama and new work too.
    Abbey Street Lower Dublin Dublin
  • Arnotts

    Indiginous department store, on Dublins north side premier (pedestrianised) shopping street; showcases Irish designers and products, among the international offerings. Several good cafes, inshore.
    Henry St Dublin
  • The Church

    Popular local bar in a landmark historic church, built in 1702, which has been sensitively converted. Pub food available. Wolfe Tone and Richard Brinsley Sheridan both baptised here.
    Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 1
  • The Black Sheep

    Local Brew Pub with excellent, seasonal pub food.
    Capel St Dublin DUBLIN 1
  • The Cobblestone Pub

    Authentic local Irish Pub- a musicians bar.
    King Street North, Smithfield Dublin 7 County Dublin Dublin 7
  • Irish Design Shop

    Local independent shop, carrying a hand-picked range of the best of Irish design.
    Drury St Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • designist

    Great little local specialty shop, selling the best of modern design, local and international, mostly under €100
    S Great Georges St Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • Article

    Independent design store, selling an edited selection of well-designed local and international small goods.
  • The Old Jameson Distillery

    All you ever wanted to know about Irish Whisky. Jameson was distilled here until 1971, when three historic distilleries amalgamated, and centralised distilling in Midleton, Co. Cork.
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  • Christ Church Cathedral

    Dublins Diosesan Cathedral, dedicated to St. Lawrence OToole, Patron Saint of Dublin
    Christchurch Place Dublin Dublin 8
  • National Museum of Ireland

    The best collection of prehistoric gold in Europe, displayed along with our unique collection of Early Christian metalwork, all exhibited in a charming Victorian museum setting.
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  • National Museum of Ireland - Natural History Museum

    Charming late-Victorian educational institution, presented exactly as the day it opened. No interpretation, nothing to buy . Dubliners of my fathers generation refer to it as The Dead Zoo.
  • St Patrick's Cathedral

    Irelands National Cathedral, dating to the (website hidden). Patrick is reputed to have baptised people at a well in the park beside it.
  • Archbishop Marsh's Library

    The oldest purpose-built public library in these islands. Built by Archbishop Marsh 1702, to house his fabulous book collection. Every year the Library mounts a special exhibition, from its holdings.
    Saint Patrick's Close Dublin DUBLIN 8
  • Guinness Storehouse

    It all began here....
    Dublin Dublin

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