Stunning 2 bed, Dublin CC, sleeps 6

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2 Bedrooms
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Stunning 2 bed, Dublin CC, sleeps 6

The Space
Property type: House
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 3
Pet Owner: Some pets


Cleaning Fee: $51
Security Deposit: $499
Weekly Price: $1520 /week
Monthly Price: $5501 /month
Cancellation: Moderate


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3 nights minimum stay
Stunning 2 bed, Dublin CC, sleeps 6

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About the Host, Imogen

Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Member since December 2012
Response rate: 91% (past 30 days)
Response time: within a few hours

  • Imogen
  • Spice & Rice Co Limited

    My favorite takeaway (not restaurant). Great food, very reasonable, and really friendly staff. 30 secs from house. (website hidden)
    Dorset Street Lower Dublin 1 Dublin
  • Tops in Pops (fresh fruit, veg and more)

    Fresh fruit and veg, plus other grocery goods at AMAZING prices. Local produce from growers in North Dublin, plus all sorts of useful household items
    Dorset Street Lower Dublin Dublin
  • Ulster Bank - ATM machine

    ATM, or cash point.
    Dorset Street Lower Dublin 1 Dublin
  • Sherrard Street Upper

    Local and nearest Dublin bike depot. Nearest credit card facility is Parnell Square, so youd need to book your bike there, but could collect and drop it back here.
    Sherrard Street Upper Dublin Dublin
  • Nearest Off License - 1 min walk from house

    Nearest Off License
    N Circular Rd Dublin Dublin
  • Thunders Bakery

    Lovely fresh bread, croissants, pastries and cakes
    Drumcondra Road Lower Drumcondra Dublin
  • Diep at Home Thai Cuisine

    Tasty and good value Thai food, limited eating space inside, best to take away and eat at home (website hidden)
    Drumcondra Road Lower Drumcondra Dublin
  • Mountjoy Square

    Dublins only true Georgian square, once home to James Joyce, Séan OCasey W.B. Yeats, The Oscar-winning film Once was also made in the square. (website hidden)_Square
    Mountjoy Square E Dublin Dublin
  • Wallace's Asti

    Italian eatery and bar. A stones throw away from the house. Specials on lunch and early bird menus (website hidden)
    Russell St Dublin Dublin
  • O'Reilly Theatre

    Once second home to the abbey, check website for regular listings. 5 mins walk from house. (email hidden)/
    Great Denmark Street Dublin DUBLIN 1
  • Lovin Spoon Cafe

    Cosy, original, great food - highly recommended.
    Frederick St N Dublin County Dublin
  • Cobalt Cafe & Gallery

    An atmospheric gem, beautiful Georgian architecture, doubling as art gallery and sometimes music venue.
    North Great george's Street Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 1
  • Kavanaghs Pub

    Cosy, atmospheric gastro pub, seasonal menu based on locally-sourced, artisan-based ingredients. (website hidden)
    Dorset Street Upper Dublin Dublin
  • The James Joyce Centre, Dublin

    Beautiful building, special events, lecture series and exhibitions relating to Irelands literary great, James Joyce, who lived in the area. (website hidden)
    N Great george's St Dublin Dublin
  • Dublin Writers Museum

    Set in the heart of Northern Inner City Georgian Dublin, wonderful for those interested in checking out Irelands literary greats. (website hidden)
    Parnell Square Dublin DUBLIN 1
  • Blessington Street Basin

    Secret Garden, beautiful wildlife haven, tucked away in centre of the city. An Oasis of Calm (website hidden)_31288
    Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 1
  • Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane

    Beautiful building, lovely cafe and interesting exhibitions
    Parnell Square North Dublin 1
  • The Gate Theatre

    One of the best theaters in Europe, on our doorstep. (email hidden)/
    Cavendish Row Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 1
  • Sinn Fein Head Quarters and Book store.

    Rebel Walking tour leaves from here. Centre of hard core political Irish history. (website hidden)
    Parnell Square W Dublin Dublin
  • Dublin's China town

    Many reasonable and tasty Chinese, Vietnamese and Thai eateries.
    Parnell St Dublin Dublin
  • Dublin Bus

    A really great way to see the city. 2 day tickets available, with hop on/hop off facility. Nearest stop to me is Parnell Square North, outside the Hugh Lane Gallery. (website hidden)
    Upper O'Connell Street Dublin 1
  • Paris Bakery

    Paris Bakery, in the centre of historic Dublin 1 has been creating quality artisan breads and pastries and top quality hot and cold dishes since November 2010. (website hidden)
    Moore St Dublin Dublin
  • Monto

    Monto was the nickname for a one-time notorious red light district in Dublin, the capital of Ireland.immortalised as Nighttown in the Circe chapter of James Joyces Ulysses.
    Foley St Dublin Dublin
  • Moore St

    Dublins Oldest Food Market. Tops in Pops (see guidebook under groceries) does better fruit and veg, but lovely flower market, plus growing number of ethnic shops.
    Moore St Dublin County Dublin
  • The Brian Boru

    Great atmosphere, great trad session every wednesday from 9.30pm, lovely food. Highly recommended. 15 mins walk from house (website hidden)
    Prospect Ave. Glasnevin Dublin
  • Gpo Buildings

    A must see for all tourists, as well as being a functional post office, it was seat of the Rebels last strong hold as the Irish nationalists and British forces fought in the 1916 Easter Rising.
    Henry Street Dublin 1 Dublin
  • Henry St

    North Side shopping district, also home to many small independent shops, buskers, markets, and Jervis Shopping Centre, Dublins biggest inner city shopping Centre.
    Henry St Dublin Dublin 1
  • Abbey Theatre

    The National Theatre of Ireland, a must see, and only ten minutes walk from the house. (email hidden)/
    Abbey Street Lower Dublin Dublin
  • The Church Bar, Restaurant & Nightclub

    The Church on Mary Street, is a restaurant and bar n a converted 1720s church. Interesting architecture, good food. (website hidden)
    Dublin Dublin DUBLIN 1
  • Cafe Mes Amis

    A pleasant Cafe with an unpurchasable quality of friendliness (Trip Advisor) Also, Free wifi! Great to sit, eat, drink at a very reasonable price, in a nice atmosphere.
    Abbey Street Upper Dublin Dublin
  • Foam Cafe

    Quirky decor, food and drink at affordable prices, bustly and fun to visit. (website hidden)
    Strand Street Great Dublin 1 County Dublin Dublin 1
  • Botanic Gardens

    Free entry, stunning victorian glass houses and an diverse array of beautiful plants. A firm favourite. (website hidden)
    Botanic Rd Dublin DUBLIN 9
  • The Cobblestone Pub

    Live Traditional Irish Music every night. Free entry into bar, and local and visiting musicians play in the session. Music venue out back. (website hidden)
    King Street North, Smithfield Dublin 7 County Dublin Dublin 7
  • Temple Bar

    Pubs, restaurants, independent shops, cafes, traditional music, markets, Irish Film Institute, buzzing with life.
    Dublin County Dublin
  • The Elbowroom (yoga, pilates and Zumba)

    Drop in Yoga, plaits and Zumba classes. Super nice staff, great classes, highly recommended! (website hidden)
    Brunswick Street North Dublin Dublin
  • Markievicz Leisure Centre

    Pool, gym classes all available as drop in facility. (website hidden)
    Townsend St Dublin Dublin
  • Irish Film Institute

    Art house cinema, cafe and restaurant Ireland’s national cultural institution for film, providing audiences with access to the finest independent, Irish international cinema. (website hidden)
    Eustace Street Dublin Dublin 2
  • Cows Lane Designer Mart

    Beautifully made artisan goods and gifts, by Irish designers who also work in the shop. A really nice place to visit, and gorgeous items available.
    Cows Ln Dublin DUBLIN 8
  • Trinity College Dublin

    Home to Book of Kells, and a must see for any visitor to Dublin (website hidden) (website hidden)
  • Grafton St

    At the heart of Dublins south Side shopping district. Many cafes, markets and buskers!
    Grafton St Dublin Dublin
  • Chester Beatty Library

    European Museum of the Year 2002. Outstanding collection from Asia, Middle East, North Africa Europe opening a window on the artistic treasures of the great cultures and religions of the world.
  • National Gallery of Ireland

    Beautiful building, historic artwork, lovely cafe. Highly recommended. (email hidden)/
    Merrion Square West Dublin 2 Dublin
  • Natural History Museum

    Victoriana at its best, collections of stuffed animals, indeed, a museum of a museum - much unchanged over past 100 years. (website hidden)(email hidden)px
  • Guinness Storehouse

    Home of Irelands national brew, worth a visit for architectural reasons alone. The Gravity Bar offers unrivaled views of Dublin. (website hidden)
    Dublin Dublin
  • The Fumbally

    Fantastic food, artisan produce, wonderful space and atmosphere, very friendly staff. (website hidden)
    Fumbally Lane Dublin 8
  • Dublin Bikes Depot

    Local Dublin Bikes depot. With a credit card, you can hire a bike for 3 days. The nearest bike depot with credit card facilities is Parnell Square North. (website hidden)
    Parkgate St Dublin Dublin 8

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