Located in South Dublin, Pembroke Street is one of the most coveted postcodes in Dublin. Renowned for its clean, tree lined streets, Pembroke Street is mostly populated by young professionals and members of Dublin’s middle classes. With central Dublin’s tourist and business hubs a short walk away, Pembroke Street is ideal for guests seeking accommodation that unites the best of city living and suburbia.
Minimalist yet classical in design, the interiors are white to reflect the natural light that pours through the window. The living space, dominated by a large window that overlooks the city, contains a leather sofa, a home entertainment system and a dining table suitable for two people. The recently refurbished, open plan kitchen features an oven, a microwave, a hob, a fridge/freezer and a washer/dryer in addition to all the necessary utensils for self-contained living- making the apartment ideal for extended stays.
The bedrooms offer a serene space to unwind following a hard day’s work. With ample storage space, a bedside cabinet and exquisite linen, the bedrooms are designed to ensure guests receive a great night’s sleep. The bathroom offers both bathing and showering facilities. The apartment features complimentary Wi-Fi, a regular cleaning service, 24 hour check in and a parking space.
Two minutes walk from Stephen’s Green and Grafton Street, Pembroke Street is a comparatively a quiet residential area. Stephen’s Green is a well-manicured garden that is ideal for unwinding and enjoying the Irish sun. Grafton Street is one of two main shopping streets in Dublin. Offering a combination of high street stores and fashionable boutiques, Grafton Street is a must visit for any keen shoppers.
Temple Bar, home of some of Ireland’s oldest pubs, is a short walk from Pembroke Street. Temple Bar is one of Dublin’s most popular evening destinations, offering a traditional Irish pub experience. Contrastingly, nearby South Quays offers a more contemporary bar experience.
Dublin is a city that is immensely proud of its history. The Writer’s Museum, The National History Museum and the Museum of Science are well worth a visit. However, the city itself is a living,
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