Our home certainly contains a lot of character. When entering the front door you are greeted with our warm living and dining room. Colourful fabrics and plants make for a homely space. Sit and enjoy the sunshine coming through our large skylight windows.
From our living room, you have our fully equipped kitchen that is completely at your disposal. But if you would prefer to eat out, I provide lots of recommendations for great restaurants in the area in my guidebook.
Our bedrooms are equally unique. One bedroom contains a comfortable raised double bed, with a small step access. The is also a bedroom in our converted attic. To gain access to the attic, we have our architecturally designed staircase.
Guests will have access to the entire property.
I will contactable by phone or email throughout your stay.
Stoneybatter is one of the upcoming trendy areas in Dublin and you are only a 2 minute walk from Phoenix Park, one of the largest designed landscapes in any European city and it contains one of the oldest zoos in the world.
Within walking distance of the property, you have the Museum of Decorative Arts and History displaying weaponry, furniture, silvery and examples of folk life in Ireland. You also have the Guinness Storehouse and the Jameson Distillery, and both establishments offer great distillery tours.
For drinks and dinner, I highly recommend Mulligans nearby! It’s a quirky pub that serves great food, craft beers and cocktails. They even help you match your main course with a beer or cider.
If you’re feeling energetic, stroll to O’Connell street by the River Liffey. From O’Connell Street, you are only a short walk to Trinity College. The college provides tours with insights into its history and the history of some great Irish artefacts, such as the Book of Kells. Located beside Trinity College is the iconic shop street called Grafton Street. Get a feel for Irish fashion and savour some great live performances from buskers.
Dublin is a relatively small city, so the majority of your journeys can be made by foot or public transport. From the airport to the property you can take 747 Airlink Bus. This bus takes you straight to the city and it only costs €10 for a return trip. Travel the 747 bus until you reach Heuston Station. From here, you are only a five minute walk away from the property.
Or for a more leisurely journey, you can grab a taxi from the airport to bring you directly to the door of the property. The journey will takes 25 - 35 minutes, traffic depending and it costs approximately €16 - 25.
If you are feeling fearless while you are in Dublin, you can purchase a Dublinbikes card, which is Dublin’s public bicycle system. For €5 you can whiz around the city with a three days pass. Or you can travel through the city via tram, also known as the Red Luas Line. The ‘museum’ stop is only 10 minutes from the property.
Another great aspect of this property’s location is Heuston Station. It is only a 15 minutes walk from the property. This train station links Dublin to cities and towns in the West and South of Ireland such as Westport, Galway and Cork.
Parking is available but it is on street parking only and the spaces are limited. Please make sure you do not park your car at any of the corners. You will get fined if you are not at least one car space away from the corners.