This is my favourite part of town to live in because you can eat food from any part of the world while wandering around some of the oldest and quirkiest shops of Dublin. There's plenty of cool bars around including the world-famous Panti Bar. Rage Cafe is delicious for lunch, as is Brother Hubbard's. It's also definitely worth checking out the seafood on offer at the crabshack Klaw PoKē .
I've taken a lot of care getting my place ready for guests. So you'll find hotel-quality bed-linen, fresh towels, free hi-speed WiFi, tea & coffee, shampoos & shower gels.
Help yourselves to anything that's there and make yourselves feel at home.
I've got all the cooking essentials like oil and herbs, and some cupboard standards like pasta. If you'd like cooking there's a farmer's market over in Meeting House Square on Saturdays with excellent fresh food. It's definitely worth a visit. And check out what's on at Project Arts Centre on the way. They usually have the best shows in town on.
There's plenty of space for all your things. No need to pack your hairdryer or iron, I've got you covered. There's also a Spar store right across the street for any of the essentials you might've forgotten.
Getting here from the airport is pretty simple. You can take the blue Aircoach outside the terminal to O'Connell Street (€6single/€11return for an adult and €1.50 each way for a child 5-12years), and then take the Luas (tram) one stop in the direction of Saggart/Tallaght getting off at Jervis St. My place is on the corner of the next block if you continue in the direction of the tram on foot.
Otherwise, a taxi takes around 40minutes to an hour and costs about €40 depending on the time of day.
I can facilitate check in at any time. Do let me know when you'll be landing. The better I can plan the better I can make your trip!
Either I, or my cleaner, will meet you with the keys and show you around and how to use everything. It's all pretty simple and I've left instructions for anything that might be confusing.
You'll have two sets of keys.
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I'm always available on the phone, or by email or text message. If you need any recommendations of things to do or cool things that are on let me know what you like and we can take it from there.
- Just the usuals: respect our neighbours, it's our home. And enjoy yourselves. It's a beautiful part of town.