About this listing
This is a great apartment for people watching! Located right on Lower Liffey Street, enjoy your coffee while you watch passersby go in and out of shops, cafes and nearby pubs. This is a great apartment with a cozy interior and leather sofas!
The beds in this apartment are arranged as follows:
Main bedroom: one double and one single bed
Second bedroom: one double and one single bed
This contemporary apartment can accommodate up to six people comfortably and is situated in the heart of Dublin on Lower Liffey Street next to the Ha’Penny Bridge. In just two minutes walk you can be in the middle of the famous Temple Bar area with its lively pubs and restaurants. This property is ideally located in the city centre, meaning that you will be able to visit all the main sights on foot.
This lovely first floor apartment (with lift access) features a compact living room with two leather sofas, coffee table and a 32" flat screen television with cable channels. The kitchen is fully equipped with a microwave, a fridge, stove/hob and everything you need for preparing your meals.
Each bedroom has one large double bed and one single bed, plus a spacious wardrobe for storage needs. In the bathroom there is a shower and a bath, ideal for relaxing after a long day out sightseeing.
For your comfort and convenience there is gas central heating and free Wi-Fi internet access throughout the flat. We also include a hair dryer, iron, washing machine and towels as standard in the apartment with ironing boards and travel cots available on request. There is also secured, gated car parking available in a lot behind our main building at a cost of €15 per night.
Whether you are visiting Dublin for business or pleasure, this property will suit all your needs. Nearby is the well known O’Connell Street where you can find live music shows nightly. A short walk along the bank of the River Liffey and you can arrive at the Jameson Distillery. The guided tour is well worth the time!
A great base to have in Dublin!
This is a private, self-contained apartment. The main front door is shared with the other apartments in the building.
Interaction with guests
I interact with my guests as much as possible! I don't reside in the listing but I do see my guests as much as I can, especially as my office is located out back in our car park behind the main building.
The neighbourhood is vibrant, full of tourists, and is located just over the Ha'Penny Bridge. There are pubs on every corner, restaurants everywhere and the pedestrian-only shopping district is only 100 m away.
The main bus corridor on O'Connell St is only 200 m away and the tram line is only 10 m from the apartment. There is no need to even take public transport since everything is within a 20 minute walk! We also offer parking in our car park behind our main building at a cost of €15 per night.
Other things to note
Check-in is from 3-5:30 pm. If your arrival time is outside of these hours then you *must* inform us so that we can make alternative arrangements for collection of the keys.
Please give us your approximate arrival time so that we can know when to expect you. It always helps to know when we can expect people!
When you arrive, please come to our main building at number 50 Middle Abbey Street for check-in. We are located directly opposite the main entrance to Arnotts department store, just look for the light green house with the orange door.
Ring the bell when you arrive; if I don't answer within a minute or two, just go next door to The Abbey Hotel and ask them to ring me.
There is no smoking allowed in our apartments as it is illegal in Ireland. If a smell of smoke is detected upon check-out then you will lose your deposit.
My name is Kevin Gilroy and I am the manager and owner of Dublin 1 Apartments. I with my new assistant Alicia wish a warm welcome to all of our guests. I am a fun-loving, easy going host who loves having guests come stay at my self-catering holiday apartments in the very heart of Dublin's city centre.
I have a great knowledge of the local area having spent all my life in Dublin and can easily direct you to the best places to eat, drink and be merry. The nightlife (i believe) in Dublin is lots of fun and simply cannot be missed! I often form a great relationship with my guests and have even been known to go out with them for a pint or two in the local pub The Gin Palace.
Come stay with us and see what all the fun is about!