vacation rental apartment, sleeps 5 free parking

External view of property with adjoining Church
External view of property with adjoining ChurchOpen plan living room with dining areaKitchen AreaDining/KitchenDining by large bay windowLiving RoomLiving RoomBedroom with double and twin bedBedroomBedroomBedroomBedroomBathroom with twin basinsBathroom, large walk in power shower & bidetBathroom with lots of storageWashhand basins with granite surroundVictorian red brick period propertySt. Mary's Oblate Church, next to the apartmentEntrance to M.M.I.A., close to apartment.Kilmainham Gaol, steeped in Irish History, 10 minCastletown House, a 30 minute driveDeer in nearby Phoenix ParkDrimnagh Castle,10 mins, film location for TudorsSt. Stephen's Green, off Grafton St. 15 mins

From $88 / night

Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
vacation rental apartment, sleeps 5 free parking
1 bedrooms
5 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 5
Type: Apartment
Per night: €150
Per week: €700
Pets allowed: No
Internet: No
Description of the Dublin vacation apartment rental
This Ground Floor apartment is in a Victorian Red Brick Period property and has retained many of it's original features such as the fire place, cornicing etc. The living room has solid oak flooring, large bay window, comfortable leather sofas which pull out into beds, flat screen t.v. with dvd player. The fitted kitchen has granite worktop and there is comfortable dining seating for 5.

The bedroom is tastefully furnished with a double and single bed, fitted wardrobe and dressing table. The bathroom has twin basins with granite surround, large power shower and bidet. The laundry room has a washing machine and tumble dryer. The apartment is fitted out with everything you would need to make your stay as comfortable as possible.

There is a large yard to the rear for parking.

it is only minutes from Guinness Brewery, Phoenix Park, Memorial Park, Jamestown Distillery, and Drimnagh Castle.
Dublin Castle, Christchurch Cathedral, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Museum of Natural History, Temple Bar and Trinity College are all a short hop away on the Luas Tram. The Luas stop is 5 mins from the apartment.

Situated on the main N7 route to the city centre, it is close to M50 and N4 allowing easy access to the surrounding countryside. The K Club, where the Ryder Cup was played in 2007 is a 35 minute drive, Carton Golf and country club is also 30 mins. The designer outlet centre in Kildare town is a 40 min drive. Surrounding race courses such as Punchestown, The Curragh, Fairyhouse and Leopardstown are all within easy reach. Castletown House in Celbridge is also 30 mins drive. The National Stud farm and the Japaneese Gardens in Kildare town are another option for those wishing a change from the city.

Glendalough in Co. Wicklow and Newgrange in Drogheda are also easily accessible.

Grainne Maunsell

Area Information
Inchicore and Kilmainham are two of Dublin's most historic districts, and feature in many prominent episodes in Irish history.
Inchicore is bounded on its western side by the Grand Canal, an 18th century mode of transport, as well as the Luas, Dublin's 21st century tram system which opened in 2004.Between Inchicore and Phoenix Park is the Irish National War Memorial Gardens, which was built to commemorate those Irish soldiers who died in World War I.Kilmainham Jail was the scene of the execution of many Irish Republican Army leaders captured after the Easter Rising in 1916. Opposite the jail is The Royal Hospital Kilmainham, now home to Irish Museum of Modern Art, built in 1684 as a home for retired soldiers. Based on Les Invalides in Paris, the building consists of four unbroken ranges enclosing a courtyard. Previously the site of a Church in the 7th century. Brian Boru assembled his army at Kilmainham prior to the Battle of Clontarf. VisitDrimnagh Castle, only a 5 minute drive away

Our apartment is situated beside St. Mary's Oblate Church. There is a life size replica of the Grotto at Lourdes to the rear to the church and beautiful grounds which the local people have enjoyed for many years. Just minutes from the Grand Canal, one can take a leisurely stroll and feed the ducks and swans along the way. Memorial Park which commemorates the heros of World War 1 is also a short distance. Inchicore itself is a quiet residential area and while close to the city centre, it provides some solitude from the city centre traffic and hustle and bustle. There are a choice of Restaurants and Pubs in the immediate area, giving you the opportunity to mingle with some true Dublin characters and you will genuinely experience Dublin as it is for the locals.

Just a short walk from Dublin's top tourist attraction, Kilmainham Gaol, scene of the execution of the 1916 revolution leaders and also the Museum of Modern Irish Art. Inchicore is an ideal base to explore Dublin city and surrounding counties. There is plenty to see in Dublin city such as Guinness Brewery where you can sample an authentic pint of Guiness, Jamestown Distillery where the famous Jameson Irish Whiskey is produced, Museum of Natural Irish history in Collins Barracks, National Art Gallery, Christchurch Cathedral, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin Castle, Trinity College and the famous Book of Kells. The lively Temple Bar area with it's cobbled streets is not to be missed. One can take in some retail therapy in Grafton St. or simply relax with a stroll around St. Stephen's Green. We are 10 minutes from the Phoenix Park which is home to Dublin Zoo. Situated on the N7 route to the city centre, we are only 10 minutes from the M50 and N4 providing easy access to the surrounding counties of Wicklow, Kildare and Meath. One can visit Castletown House is Celbridge, one of Irelands largest and earliest Palladian style house. Drimnagh Castle, location for the filming of "The Tudours" is also only a 10 minute drive away. The K Club, where the Ryder Cup was hosted in 2007 is a mere 40 minutes drive as is Carton Hotel and Golf Club should one wish to have game of golf. The Wicklow mountains and Glendalough, Powerscourt, Kildare National Stud Farm, Japaneese Gardens in Kildare town are all within easy reach. For a days's horseracing, Punchestown, The Curragh, Leopardstown and Fairyhouse are also within 45 minutes drive.

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Check In: 5 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Deposits: A 25% deposit required to confirm a reservation. There is a refundable security deposit of 200 euro payable on arrival. This will be refunded upon departure assuming there is no damage to the apartment.
Payment Options: PayPal
Other Fees: There is a one off payment of 50 euros for utilities/services.
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