Master Room - stylish artisan home

House - Private room · Owen's Avenue, Dublin, County Dblin Dublin, Ireland

Artisan Cottage restored with love - a very special home.
Like a country hideaway close to the city centre with lots of great attractions in Dublin 8. The house is nestled in an old world estate & the neighbourhood is convenient and quaint.

Your host, Kathy
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Artisan Cottage restored with love - a very special home.
Like a country hideaway close to the city centre with lots of great attractions in Dublin 8. The house is nestled in an old world estate & the neighbourhood is convenient and quaint.

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Artisan Cottage restored with love - a very special home.
Like a country hideaway close to the city centre with lots of great attractions in Dublin 8. The house is nestled in an old world estate & the neighbourhood is convenient and quaint.

This Double Room is in an architect restored open plan artisan house in the historic Mount Brown district available for single or double occupancy. Full cooking facilities, wifi and on street parking available. I also have a wood burning stove and a large bath tub which you are welcome to soak in.
I will be here to greet you on arrival and will give you all the tips on having the best time in Dublin. I am happy to make restaurant recommendations, guide you in the direction of where to find the best art exhibition, yoga class or pint of Guinness.

Mount Brown is in the heart of the historical quarter of Dublin 8. It is a cultural and artistic haven close to all of the main tourist sites in Dublin. Close to IMMA The Museum of Modern Art, The Digital Hub, The Guinness Storehouse & Brewery and many of Dublin's main tourist sites. The vast Phoenix Park , Dublin Zoo , Memorial Gardens, Canal and historical Killmainham Gaol are within walking distance as well. The world famous Temple Bar & Shopping district area is ten minutes away and easily accessible by bus and tram . A twenty minute walk will bring you to the heart of the city centre . Dublin 8 is also home to the city's antique district on nearby Francis St , boasts the hottest culinary hang out in town - The Fumbally (website hidden) on Fumbally Lane and is home to The Dublin Flea (website hidden).

Your room is a clean, bright, warm double room with an original cast iron fireplace, window with views over Dublin’s charming redbrick rooftops and the back patio garden.

Transport links :
The Red Luas Tram line - 2 minute walk from the house
Heuston station - 5 mins walk from the house
This local tram serves the city centre and both Heuston and Connolly train station as part of the nationwide rail serviceThe local tram service can be used to access the world famous Abbey and Gate Theatre for theatre goers.
Ciity centre buses ( (phone number hidden) ) stop right outside the house.
Nearest Aircoach stop is Trinity College , about a 20 minute walk.
747 Airlink bus stops even closer on Lord Edward Street - 10 minute walk to the house from there or a quick taxi.

The low down :
- Free Wifi throughout the property
- Hanging space for clothes
- Electric heating
- Hot water, shower and bath
- Towels & Bed Linen
- Breakfast of juice, granola, muesli, oats, fresh bread, fruit and yoghurt included in price
- Tea, coffee, milk available at any time

40 or 13 to City Centre

Trams :
To city centre - stop is 2 mins walk away.

Getting around

40 or 13 to City Centre

Trams :
To city centre - stop is 2 mins walk away.

Room type: Private room
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Extra people: $31 / night after the first guest
Minimum Stay: 2 nights
Weekly Price: $518 /week
Monthly Price: $1051 /month
Cancellation: Flexible
Overall Guest Satisfaction
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  • Kathy's house was very cute and nice. Although we haven't met her, everything went very well. And we never had the feeling to be left alone. We had a great time in Dublin, and every spot was easy to reach from this place. As it is an old house bring some warm socks with you, and make use of the stove to make it very comfy! We loves to stay in that house and highly recommend it.

    January 2014
  • Waked up by the seagulls, after a sound sleep in a good bed in a quiet neighbourhood! We loved the house and the surroundings. We didn’t meet Kathy because we arrived later than expected but we got the feeling that we know her a little now after staying at her lovely place. It was easy to reach her by sms/tel.
    We felt at home and would like to come back, although the breakfast facilities were far less than suggested and the kitchen wasn’t very clean ;-)

    November 2013
  • Kathy welcomed a groggy jet-lagged me with a hot cup of tea and a big smile and gave some great recommendations for spots around town. Her charming little house is in a cloistered little neighborhood you might never know was there if not for finding her listing. An easy few minutes walk to the tram to get into the center in about 15-20 minutes, or 25 minute walk to the center, and a very short five minute walk uphill to the IMMA for an exhibit and lunch in the cafe- recommended.

    November 2013
  • Kathy has lovely house in a great area! It was great to be able to come back to her cosy living room in the evening. We were very comfortable there!

    November 2013
  • The room, house and host were all wonderful. It's a lovely cottage style home in a quiet residential zone quite close to the centre of Dublin. Kathy was really friendly and welcoming and made me feel at home.

    October 2013
  • We had a great time at Kathy's place. Although she was sick Kathy came by and gave us some useful tips. The neighborhood is really charming, plus it's well-located. We did everything by foot or Luas. Grazie and danke!

    October 2013
  • On arrival, Kathy was there to meet me and give me the basics about the home. I didn't see her anytime after that. It would have been nice to have her around and available for questions, but she had let out her room and was staying with a friend. I was out most days. The walk to O'Connell street (the main downtown street) was roughly a 45 mins walk -- it was further than I had expected. However it is 25 mins to the city centre. The room was a bit cold, but warm underneath the covers. I had planned to cook dinners there, but didn't because the kitchen was a bit cluttered. It is located in a very cute part of the city, which I wouldn't have seen had I not stayed there. Kathy's home was a nice place to rest at the end of the day.

    October 2013
  • We stayed at Kathy's place for 2 weeks. It added to the Dublin experience because we were one of the locals. Kathy's place became more comfortable and quaint with each additional day we were there. Very cool choice of stay to enjoy and experience Dublin.

    September 2013
  • Kathy is a great host with lots of excellent tips about Dublin. The place feels like home the minute you enter it. Highly recommended!

    August 2013
  • I loved Kathy's place. It's so cosy and confortable. She is very helpful and kind. She let me use the wash machine and her computer to buy my ticket to Belfast and I could use the kitchen as well. If one day I could back to Dublin i'll choose it again.

    Gracias Kathy.

    July 2013
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University College Galway, London City University
Dublin Contemporary, Galway Arts Festival , Dublin Film Festival
I am a producer of cultural events & experiences in Ireland and am most passionate about making curious things happen. I am obsessed with art, music, theatre, film, fashion, literature and yoga . Am happy to point you in the right direction for gigs, shows and other pop up happenings around the city. I am also a yoga teacher & student and teach classes at a few centres around the city. I am bit of a global nomad and travel to inspiring places ( Iceland, India , California ) as much as possible especially to see shows, go to gigs and festivals or practice with international yoga teachers. My house is full of books, art and little treasures collected around the world on my adventures. I love living at Mount Brown as the neighborhood has so much character & feels like a living on set of a magical Harry Potter. I love being so close to the huge parkland expanse of Phoenix Park and the hundreds of deer that live there. This part of Dublin feels like a secret hideaway tucked from the hustle & bustle of city living complete with urban foxes nearby It cools to be to be an Airbnb host as I had an incredible experience in Colorado & California in 2012 and am ready to travel again in the near future.
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