About this listing
Red brick house with NEW ROOF nice walk to the city centre bus stop is right outside front door 122 also the luas red line is around the corner ... and goes to the square in Tallaght and Civic Theatre or Abbey Theatre.beside OConnell st Dub 1
arty house -
Former tour guide and also graduate of Trinity College lives in
the house so plenty of information available.....
quiet house with wi fi
single bedroom adjacent to bathroom - quiet - luas and bus outside the door - alternatively walk into town approx 20 minutes -
Village type location close to Guinness Brewery and NCAD (national college of art and design)
also Irish Museum of Modern Art (Royal Hospital) and Kilmainham jail
The neighborhood is a small village type place ...there is a nice French cake shop Boulangerie where one can have some coffee and cake and all day Irish Breakfast with real soda bread!
There are also a couple of pubs doing pub grub (dinners etc.)
There is a bus that goes to city centre right outside the door and around the corner and down a bit is the luas which also goes to town. (a Leap card can be purchased locally or on line)
its a village type atmosphere ..a great community and very near the centre city.. an enjoyable walk down the hill ... and along the liffey to O Connell St perhaps via IMMA or Kilmainham Gaol.
Stephens green is a flatter walk along south circular road passing one of the few mosques in Dublin on the right and also further on the boxing stadium.
There will be a turn off for harolds X greyhound stadium or a turn off for Rathmines and Ranelagh if you keep going
Stephens green itself is where you will find the gaiety theatre and the green luas which connects with the city centre via
o connell street.. There nearby you will find the abbey theatre
Dublin is small and all the sights are within walking distance. However there are also plenty of buses.. Trams and hail o taxi's!!
.there is a dvd player and films available in bedroom and the there are also videos and a video player... Internet works very well also...
Interaction with Guests
I like to interact with guests as much as they like and also as much as I can given I work outside the home
my neighbourhood has a village type atmosphere and yet is only twenty minutes walking ...away from all city attractions, theatre ...cinema etc.. I am quite near to some historical attractions such as Guinness and IMMA.. There's a coffee shop across the road which serves full irish all day breakfast including coffee for about 6.50euros! Brown soda bread on request! No extra charge.!
luas (swift tram)-red line to tallaght The Square, the Civic Theatre etc. and to city centre in other direction includes Abbey Theatre which is the National Theatre also passes near the Italian Quarter and main Street O'Connell Street and goes right in to the O3 area at the Point..
Heuston Station within walking distance
Luas connects with Heuston and also to Connolly Station - one can get Dart to Seasides
(website hidden) is also close by
Guinness and IMMA within walking distance
and as it is such a small city it is great to walk around.. always advised to bring a raincoat !
Stephens green park s within walking distance.. Plenty of buses will pass you by if you like to meander.. Best way to see the city is to walk
Other Things to Note
its a quiet house a DVD player and classic DVDs right beside the socket and ready to plug in.. also some classic videos!!! and modern dvds and books
I prefer non drinkers and non smokers- the golden rule applies "do on to others as you would have them do unto you!"