Gerard

Bright and Cheerful City Base 1

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1 Bed
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Bright and Cheerful City Base 1

The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: House
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
Pet Owner: Some pets

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Extra people: $19 / night after the first guest
Security Deposit: $172
Monthly Price: $799 /month
Cancellation: Moderate

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2 nights minimum stay
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About the Host, Gerard

Gerard
Dublin, ireland
Member since March 2011
Response rate: 87% (past 30 days)
Response time: within a few hours

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  • Gerard
  • Slice of Cake

    Wonderful new cafe in the heart of the Stoneybatter neighbourhood, serving up tasty lunches, craft beers, wine and of course lots of cake! A 5 minute walk if you go via Tomar Court and Oxmantown Rd
    Manor Pl Dublin Dublin
  • National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History

    A 5 minute walk away. This museum is home to a wide range of objects, which include weaponry, furniture, silver, ceramics and glassware; as well as examples of Folklife and costume.
    Benburb St Dublin 7 Dublin
  • The Lilliput Press

    Jonathan Swift spent his summers in a house nearby, and got the word Lilliput from a local place name. This bookshop is a real hidden gem, and sells mostly Irish-interest books. Ring bell to enter!
    Sitric Road Dublin County Dublin Dublin 7
  • The Joinery

    An experimental space consisting of a gallery, photostudio and workspaces. It is also host to frequent live music events (BYOB).
    Rosemount Rd Dublin 7 County Dublin Dublin 7
  • Lilliput Stores

    Great little deli and local hang-out. Perfect spot for organic foods, an excellent coffee to go, or a take-away sandwich.
    Dublin 7 Dublin
  • Centra

    Centra - the local grocery store. Nothing too exciting, but has all you need. It is open from 7am till midnight (there is also a 24-hour shop within walking distance).
    Stoneybatter Dublin Co. Dublin
  • Mulligan's Gastro Pub

    Lovely pub with a very impressive selection of world beers and an equally exciting food menu.
    Manor St Stoneybatter, Dublin 7 Dublin
  • Local Tram/ 'Luas' Stop

    Catch the local tram into the city centre at the Museum Stop. 3 stops to centre costs 1.60 euros. Buy ticket from machine at the stop. Tip: cut through museum carpark for shortcut.
    Benburb St Dublin Co. Dublin
  • Walsh's Pub

    A very solid, typical Dublin pub. A great local meeting place with a good atmosphere
    Stoneybatter Dublin Co. Dublin
  • Dublin Bikes

    This is the nearest docking station for the Dublin City bike scheme. Just enter your credit card details at the dock and take a bike. First 30 mins free. First hour after that is €1.50.
    Liffey St W Dublin Dublin
  • Heuston Train Station

    Dublins main train station. A six minute walk from the house, this is the station for most regional train connections. You can also catch the Bus 747 here, which serves Dublin airport every 15mins
    Heuston Dublin 8
  • Wuff

    Swanky new restaurant with excellent menu. A great spot for Sunday brunch.
    Benburb St Smithfield Co. Dublin
  • Dice Bar

    Lively local dive barwith a rockabilly vibe. Always busy in the evenings, with DJs spinning an eclectic mix.
    Queen St Dublin 7 Dublin
  • Light House Cinema

    There is no better cinema experience in Dublin. The seating is comfortable, the décor is cool, the films are highbrow and the cafe is always full of good food and wine.
    Dublin 7
  • The Cobblestone Pub

    One of the best pubs in Dublin for live traditional Irish music (every night)
    King Street North, Smithfield Dublin 7 County Dublin Dublin 7
  • Third Space

    A great spot to hangout and get some work done. Serves a selection of hot and cold food, good coffee and cake. Free wifi.
    Haymarket Smithfield Co. Dublin
  • The Old Jameson Distillery

    Not quite as popular as Guinness, but very interesting and well worth a visit
    Bow St Dublin Dublin
  • Saint Michan's Parish Church

    Dublins oldest church, St. Michans (original structure built by the Vikings). Its creepy crypts contain several mummified remains. Handel is said to have composed the Messiah on the churchs organ.
    Church Street Dublin 7 Dublin
  • The Guinness Storehouse

    This is not exactly off the beaten track. It is the number 1 tourist destination in Dublin and offers a great view of the city from the Gravity Bar at the top.
    Dublin 8 County Dublin Dublin 8
  • Phoenix Park/ Dublin Zoo

    One of the largest urban parks in Europe is right next door. It is also home to ever popular Dublin Zoo (Established in 1830, this is the 3rd-oldest zoo in the world after London and Paris)
    Phoenix Park Dublin 8 County Dublin
  • Power Gym

    Cheap but cheerful old-school gym. Its one of the few gyms in Dublin that accepts non-members and only costs 5euros/session. Tell the owner Bruce I sent you!
    Palmerston Pl Dublin Dublin
  • Brother Hubbard's

    Brand new café. Great ambience and the food/coffee/cake is seriously delicious. Also has wifi and very friendly owners and staff.
    Capel Street Dublin Dublin
  • Workmans club

    A good spot to head to for a late night (after 10 or 11)
    Wellington Quay Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 2
  • Kilmainham Gaol Museum

    Probably the most interesting museum in Dublin. This old jail is well worth a visit and has been used in many big budget movies. It really puts Irish history into perspective and is a 20 min walk away
    Inchicore Road Dublin Dublin 8
  • Delhi O'Deli's

    Super cheap place to eat with excellent vegetarian food. You can eat well here for €3!
    Moore St Dublin Co. Dublin
  • Marsh's Library

    Founded in 1701, this library is a real hidden gem. Its beautiful interior houses almost 30,000 rare books.
    Saint Patrick's Close Dublin DUBLIN 8
  • The Stag's Head

    Another great Dublin Pub, with ornate Edwardian decór, high ceilings and a loyal clientele.
    Dublin 2 Dublin 2
  • The Long Hall

    A classic Dublin Pub, with original Victorian fixtures and fittings very much intact.
    South Great Georges Street Dublin Dublin 2
  • L'Gueuleton

    One of my favorite restaurants in Dublin. Mid range, casual but smart. Lovely atmosphere and great food.
    Dublin 2
  • Grogans Pub

    An excellent pub and somewhat of a Dublin institution. Perfect spot for an afternoon pint, and very popular when the sun shines (it has outdoor seating on a very pleasant pedestrian street)
    S William St Baile Átha Cliath
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