Formally an area adjoining Dublin, the township was governed by commissioners until 1899 when it became an Urban District. In 1930 Pembroke Township was absorbed by Dublin and has been an historic and cultural nod to its heritage ever since. Today the area is home to many commuters and corporate travellers looking for that perfect combination of culture and place to stay in Dublin.
Pembroke’s most unique feature (apart from the squares) is the distinctive dome of St Stephen’s Church on Mount Street Crescent, completed in 1824 and better known by its nickname: the Peppercanister. The Church occasionally hosts classical concerts, but unfortunately offer no tours and is only open during services - usually held at 11am Sunday and 11.30am Wednesday, with an extra one at 11am on Friday in July and August.
Extended stays in Pembroke are made that little bit easier - whether you are on a short or long term stay in the area - as travelling about is a joy due to the various options available to you. The DART tram service is a popular and reliable method of getting around, but there are also many bus routes nearby. Of course, if you need to get a more direct option to get from A to B, then there is always a taxi!
Our Pembroke Street Serviced Apartments provide corporate serviced accommodation right in the centre of Dublin! All of our options feature one bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen with an oven, hob, microwave and fridge, and a living area. All apartments also have a dining table, flat screen TV with Freeview and free wireless internet access. Housekeeping can also be provided once a week and on-site communal laundry facilities are available.