The house is newly refurbished with modern appliances and furnished throughout in a stylish, traditional way. There is a lot of natural light and space in the property, making it perfect to relax after a busy day.
BEDROOM 1: The master bedroom has a comfortable double bed, ample storage and an ensuite.
BEDROOM 2: This bedroom is located in the converted attic and has a lovely large skylight window. There are two wooden single beds and a writing desk.
BEDROOM 3: This is a single room downstairs with a wooden bed, bedside table and storage. There is a large sash window for lovely light and an airy environment.
Each bedroom is neutrally decorated. My cleaners place fresh, hotel quality linen and towels on your bed prior to arrival.
BATHROOMS: There are 3 bathrooms, 1 toilet & sink on the top floor and the same on the ground floor off the hall way along with the main shower + bath combo in the ensuite.
We supply hand soap, shower gel shampoo and conditioner for our guests.
KITCHEN & DINING AREA: The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you could wish for including a washing machine, oven, hob, fridge and microwave. There is also a traditional stove fireplace, leather sofa and large dining room table available here.
SITTING ROOM: The living room is bright and airy with large bay window and stunning high ceilings. There is a large comfortable sofa and several arm chairs. Wifi is available throughout the house.
Guests will have access to the entire property.
I won't be available in person but I have a fantastic support team who will be contactable by email or telephone during your stay.
Drumcondra is a residential area and inner suburb on the Northside of Dublin. The River Tolka and the Royal Canal flow through the area. One of Drumcondras main sights is Croke Park, where Ireland's national games of Gaelic football and hurling can be seen. This is therefore an ideal spot if you're heading to Dublin for a show or sport!
Please take a look at the guidebook on my listing for recommended places to eat and drink in the area!
The easiest way to get to the property from the airport is by taxi. The journey will take approximately 20-30 minutes and depending on traffic the journey costs between €20 - €30. If you prefer public transport, take the 700 Aircoach from the airport to the Glasnevin, Botanic Road stop; a return trip only costs €14. The property is only a short walk from this stop.
Exploring Dublin couldn't be easier with Drumcondra station just a 15 minute walk away and easy access to several bus routes on Botanic Road itself. Pick up a Leap card from a local newsagent and you will be able to use all public transport across the city while you are here.
Another great way to get around the city is cycling, a 3-day pass costing only €5, with bike stations throughout the city. The nearest bike stand to the property is Eccles Street, about 20 minutes away.
If you wish to pop out of the city, you can do day trips to other cities and towns in the West and South of Ireland such as Westport, Galway and Cork. There two main intercity train stations in Dublin, these are called Heuston and Connolly.