About This Listing
Our modern 6th floor apartment is located close to the financial district of Dublin City and boasts incredible city views! Live like a local while still enjoying all the top spots that Dublin has to offer, all within walking distance.
Welcome to Dublin, a conveniently compact and easily accessible city!
Here is your chance to stay in a bright and spacious double bedroom with exclusive access to the master bathroom. The apartment boasts unbelievable views from the balcony and roof garden of the entire city. While staying here you can enjoy the 180 panoramic views of the Dublin Mountains, Aviva Stadium, Croke Park, The O2 arena, The Spire of Dublin, The National Convention Centre to name a few.
Your spacious, bright, double bedroom is equipped with an extremely comfortable double bed, luxurious cotton sheets, free WIFI, plenty of storage space, central gas heating and bedside lighting. We provide maps of the city and information on various tourist activities around the city for your convenience. During your stay you will have exclusive access to the master bathroom, so why not relax with a bubble bath after a long day of sightseeing. Towels and a supply of toiletries will be provided to you.
You are welcome to use the kitchen and cooking facilities or sit with us and watch some T.V.
The living area consists of a 40" flat screen T.V. with Bluray player and 5.0 surround sound cinema. All utilities included such as wi-fi, towels and bed linen provided.
Interaction with Guests
Your hosts are a well traveled couple and are happy to give advice on the areas of interest of the city and which tourist traps to avoid. Our listing is best suited to guests who intend to be out and about touring most days.
Our apartment is located in the new hub of the city. Around the corner is the Irish Financial Service Centre (IFSC) which houses the Convention Centre, perfect for those of you attending conferences.
The O2 arena is located just a 5 minute walk which holds concerts from the worlds biggest stars at least twice a week. Right beside this is Dublin's newest cinema with Ireland largest cinema screen.
Would you like to catch some Irish sports in our national stadium? Croke Park is within walking distance and can be seen from our balcony.
An indoor market is located beside our building and runs every Saturday and Sunday, all year round.
Although O'Connell Street is only a 20 minute walk from the apartment there are buses and trams right outside the door which depart every 10 minutes and lead to all parts of the city.
We are a 15 minutes ride from Dublin airport via the Air coach/Airlink service (€6 one-way/€10 round trip). No need for expensive taxis.
Other Things to Note
A self serve breakfast is included at no extra cost where we provide a selection of breakfast cereals, bread, croissants, fruit, jams, teas, coffee and juice. Should you have any special dietary requirements there is a supermarket located just around the corner.
OUR CHECK IN/CHECK OUT TIMES CAN BE FLEXIBLE DEPENDING ON WHETHER WE ALREADY HAVE GUESTS STAYING WITH US.
LGBT Friendly house
We ask that when entering and leaving the apartment, please don't forget to lock the door as it does not automatically lock when the door is closed.
Free parking is available but we ask that you ensure that you return the car park entrance buzzer along with the keys upon check out.
Breakfast is self service so feel free to help yourself to cereal, bread, fruit, croissants, jam, a selection of teas and coffee. Should you have any special dietary requirements there is an Aldi supermarket around the corner from the apartment.
As with any major city, please take care of your personal belongings when you are in the City Centre. Please do not keep the apartment key along with our address in your purse/wallet. Any lost apartment keys will result in a 50 Euro charge.
Have fun and enjoy your stay!
Staying at Wesley's place was wonderful. Very clean and comfortable. Great morning breakfast selection and they even put out a great place setting for us. We never actually met Wesley and his partner as they were away the weekend we stayed with them but they were very good with online communication and had a lovely friend show us around their place. Would highly recommend their flat.
Our stay at Wesley's and Amon's s apartment exceeded our expectations. 5 out of 5 on every aspect to be rated. Nice and tidy, functional and spacy, generous breakfast and a very warm atmosphere. We'd love to stay there next time in Dublin.
Yvonne and Stefan from Stockholm
Eammon and Wesley are gentlemen. They were so kind and sweet with my mother and I during our stay at their place. I can say nothing but thank you for the awesome experience. If we ever go back to Dublin, this is a place to be. Easy access to city center with bus 151 every 15min or so. The room and the bathroom are comfortable and the breakfast is delicious! Thank you, guys, for the lovely stay!
Wesley offered excellent and most reliable communication at all times, before arrival, during my stay and after departure.
Eamonn offered a warm welcome upon my arrival and most helpful instructions on how to best get into the city center and what transportation to use. I enjoyed nice and inspiring chats with both of them. Excellent and very rich breakfast choice with anything you could wish for. Bedroom and bathroom were very clean and tidy.
I only seldom met my hosts in person, as they were both working long irregular day and night shifts.
Sylvia (Switzerland), April/Mai 2015
Location was great and transportation was real close but the best part was the apartment and Wesley and his partner who put up with all our questions and problems with my phone as well as getting up in the middle of the night to get us a taxi after I screwed up our timetable. The views from their apartment were killer and was nice to have breakfast set out for us in the morning. Excellent and highly recommended to anyone.
Consistent with all the other reviews, Wesley and Eamonn and awesome hosts. They make you feel right at home, whether it's offering you a beer upon arrival, offering you coffee in the morning, or asking you how your night was. Eamonn met me at the luas stop and personally walked me to the apartment, where he then proceeded to map out the places I told him I was planning on visiting. Right across from my room was my own, private bathroom, which was very nice. And the location is a nice 25-30 minute walk by the river to the city center. If you're going to Dublin, I highly recommend you try to stay with them.
We arrived very late in the evening of April the 8th but received a warm welcome from Eamonn and ended up talking with him a couple of hours and he even shared his whiskey :-) We were given a map of Dublin and in our room were lots of leaflets and books about Dublins sights.
Our room was very tidy, the bed was so very comfortable I had the best sleep in weeks, in the wardrobe was enough space for all our clothes and there even was an ironing board and a hairdryer. The Masterbathroom which we were using was clean, comfortable and warm, lovely towels were provided.
Every morning the kitchen table was laid out for breakfast with all one could ask for, bread, porridge, fruit, eggs, jam and my favourite: peanut butter :-) Of course the very important coffee and tea for every start in the day was not missing. At first it felt a little strange to make our breakfast in someone elses kitchen not wanting to do anythig wrong but we soon felt comfortable and just called it 'home'. The view over the city and to the mountains was wonderful, we often found ourselves sitting there longer than planned enjoying the view and lovely breakfast.
The first day we walked to the City along the Liffey, on other days we used the Luas, the Duga Spencer Station was only a ten min walk away.
I have been in Dublin before but my boyfriend Torsten hadn't and we also had to attend to my cousins wedding on one day - our hosts arranged for us to be picked up by taxi. Over all we were not in the appartment often, arrived late at night and only got up for breakfast when our hosts were already at work most times.
But gladly we were able to meet both of them...and as it was written of other guests before, it was the perfect accomodation with perfect hosts.
Wesley and Eamonn are just sweet and beautiful people, very open- and warm-hearted and they put a smile on your face.
Next time I go to Dublin my first choice would be Wesleys+Eamonns to stay and hoping to find the time to have a beer or two with them.
Our first AirBnB experience was great, in just two words: Absolutely Fabulous! Thanks guys!
About the Host, Wesley
My name is Wesley and my partner is Eamonn. We are a couple sharing the main bedroom of our 2 bedroom apartment. We both work full time but we really enjoy sitting and chatting with our guests or even going to a bar in the city to catch a drink when our work schedule allows.
We are both very well travelled and between us we have visited all over Europe, and parts of The U.S., South America, Asia and The Middle East and we are constantly looking out for interesting places to visit.
We have a great knowledge of the places of interest around Dublin and Ireland in general and are always happy to give advice on what to see.
A local convenience store which sells newspapers, drinks, various food and a deliE Rd Dublin Dublin
There is a large supermarket close by if there is a speciality item you wish to get.E Wall Rd Dublin Dublin
This bar is very lively on concert nights.Sheriff Street Upper Dublin County Dublin
A 6 screen cinema is located just a short walk from the apartment.Dublin 1
The is a very nice bar and Thai Restaurant located on the third floor with some very nice views of the city.
THE major concert arena for Dublin and Ireland in general. All the big acts play here.
The local Luas Stop (or Tram stop)Dublin Dublin
Need a Starbucks? Problems with your phone? Need a pharmacy or Dentist? Looking for a romantic meal or quick lunch? Lots of restaurants, cafes and store are located in the Spencer Dock areaSpencer Dock Dublin Dublin
Our favourite local bar and restaurant in the area. Watch the sunset over Dublin and the iconic Samuel Beckett bridge as you sip a Guinness on the boat deck.Quay 16, North Wall Quay Dublin 1
A landmark building and a great photo op
Hop on board the Famine Memorial museum for a tour with live actors.Custom House Quay I.F.S.C. Dublin 1
Check out Dublin by renting a Kayak on the River Liffey. This is highly recommended and booking is recommended.Custom House Quay Dublin Dublin
Catch a West End or Broadway show at the Board Gais Energy Theatre while youre in town.Grand Canal Square Dublin Dublin 2
Whats not to love about Starbucks!Co. Dublin
Another impressive building in the area and there are many shops inside.Dublin
Catch a drink or enjoy their full menu all in beautiful surroundings.George's Dock Dublin County Dublin Dublin 1
A lovely bar and restaurant with a lot of history.Custom House Dock Dublin
A gift from Canada to Ireland. This memorial tells the story of the Great Irish FamineDublin