Located near Parnell street, a short stroll over the river Liffey from Temple Bar, we have 13 apartments contained in a classic Georgian building.
There are Seven 2 bedroom apartments and six 1 bedroom apartment, all fully equipped kitchens with all the amenities you would expect in your own home. This Dublin Accommodation is within walking distance of Temple Bar, Trinity College, Henry Street , O'Connell Street, The Spire , The Guinness Brewery, Museums, Rotunda Hospital, Croke Park (venue for Irish sports/international games & concerts),Lansdowne Road, Grafton Street. 10 minutes walk to main bus station, 2 minutes walk to Luas line.
Whether your visit is for business or pleasure this is a superb selection of one and two bedroom self-catering apartments in Dublin. Internet & cable TV/DVD,servicing,towels,linen,utilities included. Air-coach passes apartments front door.We have selection of rates depending on length of stay.
Bed configuration can be arrange to suit.
Standard bed layout is:
Bedroom 1: queen bed
Bedroom 2: single beds
Sitting-room : 1 x sofa bed
Extra single(s) bed will be provide when requested.
Baby package is available on request,fee €25 7 days or less : 1 x baby cot : 1 x baby high chair (does not include blanket)
The apartment location is situated within easy walking distance of cafes,restaurants & excellent supermarkets.
Temple bar,Trinity College,Henry Street are all within 7 minute walk.
Parnell Square (Irish: Cearnóg Parnell) is a Georgian square sited at the northern end of O'Connell Street, and west of Mountjoy Square, in the city of Dublin, Ireland. Formerly named Rutland Square, it was renamed after Charles Stewart Parnell , as was Parnell Street, which forms the southern side of the square. Surrounded on three sides by terraces of original intact Georgian houses, much of the southern part of the square and its centre is taken up by extensions of the Rotunda Hospital. The Garden of Remembrance is located along the northern side of this area. Its main entrance is on the eastern side of the square, with a smaller entrance on the northern side of the square.