Located in a secure apartment complex, this ground-floor flat is accessible and comfortable.
Within the flat, there is one bedroom, one bathroom, a kitchen and an open-plan kitchen/dining area. The bedroom features a comfortable King-sized bed, while the bathroom offers a shower/bath combo. The kitchen is fully equipped with a standard suite of modern appliances, including a fridge, oven, stove, microwave etc. The sitting/dining area is bright and offers plenty of areas to sit and relax!
My home is professionally cleaned and my guests can expect hotel-quality high thread-count bed linen and towels placed out for them upon their arrival. You’ll also be able to take advantage of 24/7 check-in.
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!
Harold's Cross is in Dublin 6w which is in Dublin Southside. Harolds Cross is steeped in history, the area played a major part during the Irish civil war, as one of the revolutionary leaders Cathal Brugha hide here from the British. The nearby Harold’s Cross Park is lovely for a walk and has a children's playground. Boasting some of the best food, coffee, shopping and parks in the city – you'll never be hard pushed for something to admire in this dreamy neighbourhood.
Please take a look at the guidebook on my listing for recommended places to eat and drink in the area!
Numerous buses can be caught from Harold's Cross road, and will have you in the heart of the city in around 20 minutes.
Getting to and from the apartment is very easy given its city central location. 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.
Another great way to get around the city is cycling, a 3-day pass costing only €5, with bike stations throughout the city.
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 are called Heuston and Connolly.