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Bedroom is located in Dublin CITY CENTER facing River Liffey (Bachelors Walk) PUBLIC TRANSPORT & TEMPLE BAR-2 min walking distance. Amazing ATRIUM, BIG SIZE bed, FREE parking area; Suitable for 2 people. Beside famous Ha'penny & O'Connel Bridges.
FRIDGE in the room
PARKING available 15/day
Bedroom is one which is renting. Completely separated from living room and kitchen. You have your own access to bathroom;
Bathroom is shared
Kitchen can not be used except is neccessery, also Living room is just for hanging out if I am in the Apartment
LOCATION is very important about this listing, near Jervis, Ilac, Arnotts; Grafton street, Temple Bar, River Liffey etc.
Apartment is consisted of Living room (in which I'm sleeping), Bedroom, Kitchen and Bathroom. Everything is furnished and decorated with style. You will feel like You are in Your own Home. Bed and Mattress are New so
Apartment is located in Bachelors Walk Apartments complex. Bachelors Walk is a modern apartment complex located in Dublin City Centre facing the River Lifey.
Originally built in the 1990's the entire complex has benefited from on-going maintenance and refurbishment including security enhancements, landscaping and re-painting of communal areas. With access to a beautiful private garden this is an ideal place to just relax and escape from the hustle and bustle of the city just outside your door
The apartment is just beside Dublin's famous O'Connell and Halfpenny Bridges. TEMPLE BAR is just a two-minute walk away and minutes from all the major places of interest and shopping areas (Jervis center, Ilac center, Debenhams, Arnotts, Dunnes Stores etc.), including Dublin Castle, Christchurch Cathedral, Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse, the Old Jameson Distillery and GRAFTON STREET. Apartment is within walking distance of all public transport systems including tram, DART and bus station just in front of the Apartment.
I pick some of the most interested places, but there is of a lot more to explore
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National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts & History
No wonder the British army were so reluctant to pull out of Ireland when they were occupying this magnificent space, the oldest army barracks in Europe. The collection features fashion, furniture, weaponry, folk life, silver, ceramics and glassware in an attempt to offer a birds-eye view of Ireland's social, economic and military history over the last millennium.
Old Jameson Destilary
Smithfield’s biggest draw is devoted to uisce beatha (ish- kuh ba-ha, ‘the water of life’). The whowhatnow? It’s whiskey, which doesn’t quite bestow life, but, if drunk enough, will undoubtedly take it away. Here, in the original home of one of its most famous and renowned distillers, you can get an introduction to the history and culture of this most potent of drinks.
St. Stephen’s Green
As you watch the assorted groups of friends, lovers and individuals playing themselves across the nine elegantly landscaped hectares of St Stephen's Green, consider that those same hectares once formed a common for public whippings, burnings and hangings. These days, the harshest treatment you'll get is the warden chucking you off the green for playing football or Frisbee.
St Patrick Cathedral
It was at this cathedral, reputedly, that St Paddy himself dunked the Irish heathens into the waters of a well, so the church that bears his name stands on one of the earliest Christian sites in the city and a pretty sacred piece of turf.
(URL HIDDEN) Kilkenny Shop
A large, long-running repository for contemporary, innovative Irish crafts, including multicoloured, modern Irish knits, designer clothing, Orla Kiely bags and lovely silver jewellery. The glassware and pottery is beautiful and sourced from workshops around the country. A great source for presents.
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Soak up the Jo Malone–laden rarefied atmosphere of Dublin's most exclusive store, where presentation is virtually artistic
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(URL HIDDEN)Chapter One
Michelin-starred Chapter One is city's best eatery because it successfully combines flawless haute cuisine with a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere that is at the heart of Irish hospitality.
(URL HIDDEN)Maybe Japanese food
(URL HIDDEN)Musashi Noodles & Sushi Bar
A lovely, low-lit room, this new spot is the most authentic Japanese restaurant in the city, serving up freshly crafted sushi to an ever-growing number of devotees.
(URL HIDDEN)Fallon & Byrne
Dublin's answer to the American Dean and Deluca chain is this upmarket food hall and wine cellar, which is where discerning Dubliners come to buy their favourite cheeses and imported delicacies, as well as get a superb lunch-to-go from the deli counte(URL HIDDEN)
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(URL HIDDEN)Temple bar
The most photographed pub facade in Dublin, perhaps the world, the Temple Bar (aka Flannery's) is smack bang in the middle of the tourist precinct and is usually chock-a-block with visitors. It's good craic though, and presses all the right buttons, with traditional musicians, a buzzy atmosphere and even a beer garden. It's also one of the most expensive pubs in Dublin.
(URL HIDDEN) Porterhouse
The second-biggest brewery in Dublin, the Porterhouse looks like a cross between a Wild West bar and a Hieronymus Bosch painting – all wood and full of staircases. We love it, and although it inevitably gets crowded, this pub on the fringe of Temple Bar is for the discerning drinker and has lots of its own delicious brews, including its Plain Porter (some say it's the best stout in town) as well as unfamiliar imported beers.
(URL HIDDEN)Lost Society
Part of the magnificent 18th-century Powerscourt complex, Lost Society offers two distinct nightlife experiences for the price of one ticket. Upstairs, spread across three levels and a host of rooms, the music is eclectic and the crowd beautifully self-aware. Downstairs is the Bassment, where the music is thumping and the dancing is hot and sweaty.
Interazione con gli ospiti
If I have time I will go around the city with my AirBnb friends. We can get a pint in some Irish pub or go in some night club. You can contact me and ask whatever you are interested in. I'm available almost all the time (except I'm working) Everything can be arranged just let me know on time.
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Breakfast is not included
Please try to check in between 14 pm & 15 pm; check out before 12 pm
FREE parking available from 7pm-7am
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Hello, I am coming from Croatia. Living in Dublin fro some time. If I am not a Dubliner doesn't mean I don't know all the secrets and things this city has to offer. Very open minded person who likes to meat new people from all around the world. I always have time to talk with my guests and get them most as possible good experience of town they are visiting.