Our home is bright and family friendly with a good space downstairs and a main bedroom and children's bedroom (for 3 kids) upstairs, plus an attic conversion with double futon, en suite shower and lovely views of the hills behind Dublin.
A lovely space in an great location, we have a colourful and friendly family home close to the city, but with the green trees and breathing space of being out of the centre itself.
I am from the UK originally and have fallen in love with the Irish (and the charm of an Irishman) and with the city of Dublin. We hope the our guests will too.
This is a three double bedroom house (one room currently being used as a children's bedroom and can sleep 3 kids) with an open plan lounge/dining area with views to the green at front and garden at rear. Kitchen facilities are compact but excellent! Downstairs toilet and upstairs shower and bath. We have made a cosy, fun and characterful home for a our family and would love for it to be shared with others who are visiting Dublin.
The public transport couldn't be better. There are 3 buses which leave from practically outside the door every hour direct into the city centre. Alternatively the Luas, again another direct line to the heart of the city, is a 4 minute walk away and takes 20 minutes to arrive in St Stephen's Green. It is a 20 minute walk to one of the best hotspots in Dublin, Ranelagh village, with a whole range of restaurants and pubs to suit everyone's needs.You can even walk into town if you'd like which only takes 45 minutes.
We live close to the pretty River Dodder and if you walk along the riverside path you can have a pint in our local, one of Dublin's best known pubs - The Dropping Well.
With the house there is:
Off-street car parking
University College Dublin 10 minute walk away
Excellent cafe close by
Children's games, toys, trampoline etc
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I'm a friendly, honest, easygoing person who loves to travel and experience what life has to offer. Myself and my husband met in South America whilst volunteering, and we have had many journeys around the world since, including working in North Africa and taking the train across Russia. Nowadays though, life is different, we have 3 small children so we rarely get past the front door without a bit of effort. That's why we would like to make our home (or spare room) available to people who want to explore Dublin - we can get a bit of the travelling experience from our visitors! We both like movies and books, box sets of Sopranos, The Wire (and a little bit of Downton just for me) and, of course, Guinness. We are vegetarians, but wouldn't mind if a guest wanted to cook meat, and we love eating out or creating our own feasts whenever we can. I hope to provide a guest with a welcoming atmosphere, interesting chat and good ideas about how to get the most out of their stay in Dublin, whatever their age or interests.