Located in the beating heart of Dublin, this one bedroom, one bathroom property is within walking distance of Dublin’s major business and tourist hubs. Spacious, comfortable and convenient, this apartment is ideal for extended stays in the city.
The living space, illuminated by natural light, is given character by tasteful artwork. In addition to a home entertainment system, the living space features a leather sofa and a dining table for two. The recently refurbished kitchen exudes contemporary style, but doesn’t scrimp on functionality. Containing an oven, a hob, a microwave, a washer/dryer and fridge/freezer, the kitchen has all the necessary utensils for self-contained living.
The bedroom, offering either two single beds or a kingsize bed, contains ample storage space, a bedside cabinet and a television. The bathroom, stylishly tiled, contains both bathing and showering facilities.
Dublin’s city centre is comprised of several districts that are bisected by the River Liffey. On foot, guests will discover that O’Connell Street (north of the river) to Grand Canal (south of the river) is only a short distance.
Despite the compact layout of Dublin, the city manages to pack a great deal of variety into it. There are historic buildings such as the Dublin Castle, ample green spaces ideal for unwinding, countless stores, boutiques, bars and cafes. Dublin is a city that is connected to its past. The Writer’s Museum, The National History Museum and The National Science Museum are well worth a visit.
Temple Bar, home of some of Ireland's oldest pubs, is perfect for an evening’s drinking. Similarly, the recently regenerated South Quays offers countless contemporary drinking spots.
Although the property is within walking distance of the city centre, the property is well-connected in terms of public transport. The DART, the LUAS and the 140 and 4 buses are within two minutes of the apartment.