Dublin, Ireland’s gorgeous capital, takes its visitors’ breathes away with its contrasting beauty. Aside from its obvious spectacle are its host of cultural attractions and popular shopping districts that keep people busy, it is also home to a variety of accommodation options to suit both leisure and business travellers. From its short term to long term accommodation, studios to luxury rentals, the city has everyone covered no matter what their taste or requirements may be. And that includes self-catering apartments.
At TheSqua.re, our portfolio is full of self-catering apartments that are designed to fit the requirements of all travellers that wish to cater for themselves in a homely space, with a kitchen that more than functions to deliver the independence that they require. They act as the perfect choice for those staying in the Irish capital city for a few days to a full week. And sometimes a few days is all a traveller needs to relax and get away from it all. Luckily, Dublin’s self-catering rentals have all the necessary features to make even the shortest of trips a memorable and enjoyable adventure. Arriving back from a day of sightseeing and Guinness drinking, guests will have all they need to collapse and curl up to recharge for the next day.
Each self-catering apartment comes fully equipped to deliver comfort and convenience, so home never feels too far away. Featuring the likes of a flat-screen TV, Wi-Fi, a kitchen that has all the necessary appliances and cosy living spaces, any apartment can be made into a homely space by travellers in no time at all. In addition, even though there are plenty of places to eat around Dublin in the likes of Temple Bar, the apartment’s fully equipped kitchen makes home cooking easier and helps guests to save on huge restaurant bills and have some truly tasteful meals made by their own hands - just what self-catering is all about.
Outside of the apartments, Dublin has numerous galleries, museums and parks. Some of the great attractions in Dublin include the immersive Guinness Storehouse (complete with a rooftop bar), the old Dublin Castle, the lush greenery of Pheonix Park, the ever-popular Dublin Zoo and the National Museums of Ireland that hold all of the archaeological treasures of over 4000 years and the nation’s natural history. On either side of the Liffey River lies the two main shopping districts in Dublin, they are adorned by high street shopping that is laid out with open-air markets as well as expansive department stores. Henry Street is one of the popular destinations for shopping in Dublin, as the place is filled with exuberant shopping malls, high-end stores and also Dublin’s oldest and largest departmental store called ‘Arnotts’, which gives a glimpse of the old world charm in terms of shopping. Here, at Henry Street, visitors, especially women can find things that they find appealing like hats, handbags, clothes as well as fresh fruits and food - to help the shoppers to refuel themselves after a long day of shopping.
Finally, our self-catering apartments can be found all over Dublin’s city centre. What does this mean? Simple. Those that want to be within steps of the shops, restaurants or the aforementioned attractions can be. A shopping spree, a long meal out or museum adventures are made easy with a cosy, self-catering abode sitting within minutes of the best of the city. Just what travellers need.
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