|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Outstanding One bedroom apartments that sleep from two to five people.
The apartments are located in the heart of Dublin, these are perfect apartments for travellers and families as they are very close to Dublin's attractions, shopping centres, public transportation and Temple Bar area.
Perfect location for sightseeing !
These apartments are fully furnished in a universal good taste and have been recently refurbished (during the year 2014).
I've built a short-let serviced apartment company,City Break Apartments from 2004,I was managing director of Kingfisher group,(restaurants,hotel)family business but branched out on my own in 2011.
I love sports,especially Kite surfing,surfing,cycling,horse riding.I love traveling and have become a Dad for the first time so I've new challenge now!
Linda, Monika, Alexandra, Johnny or Harry purchased this apartment in 2005
Location is perfect,very good building company developed site and area is full of restaurants,cafes and Grand Canal theatre. Surrounded mostly by water the apartment has cool, relaxing vibe. City centre is approx. 10/12 minute walk.
Location, Security, Quiet.
Stayed here with group of friends,apartment is superb,all three bedrooms are spacious and have LCD TV's.The mattresses are new and excellent quality,makes trip better when you can sleep well after long flight!
Upstairs has separate kitchen/dinning area and sitting-room.Great space to relax and enjoy.Kitchen is well stocked with coffee maker,plus!
Under-ground parking is very helpful.We loved apartment and the location with restaurants,cafes and good supermarket,Fresh close by makes this a perfect base.
Will stay again.
The difference between an excellent accommodation and an adequate accommodation is found in the little things. There were many little things about this home that detracted from potential excellence. In both bathrooms there were broken/hardly working fixtures. Some of the blinds in the bedrooms did not function. The master bathroom was quite moldy/musty smelling, as was the laundry room. The place was generally inadequately stocked for travelers (e.g., no hand soap, no laundry detergent, very few dishes/cooking utensils). This was disappointing for us, as we had hoped to cook more at home. As a traveler's accommodation, I would suggest attending to the little details that make the house a home.
The apartment itself was in a good location for our 4 nights in Dublin. However, it is a fair walking distance from city centre. We found the area itself quite nice - restaurants, bars, and grocery stores - and took in a lot of what it had to offer.
At first glance, this property is fantastic. However, once we settled in, we realized there is a lot left to be desired.
First off, finding the rental office, which is 15 minutes away in the north of Dublin, was rough. Once we arrived there, we were informed that the free parking advertised on HomeAway had to be requested ahead of time (which we were never told) and wasn't actually free. The only thing they had to offer us was parking in a garage 15 minutes away. Therefore, we ended up paying out the nose to park our two cars in a garage near the apartment. Additionally, the office gave us little guidance in finding the apartment. It ended up taking us 30 minutes wondering around in the rain between buildings that all look exactly alike to find the actual apartment.
The apartment is bare bones. Period. The kitchen barely has enough to cook even the most basic of meals. They only provide one bath towel per person. No wash cloths for bathing or washing dishes (we had to purchase these ourselves). The furniture throughout the apartment is run down and uncomfortable and the free wifi only works if you in the living room.
The location is okay; a good 15-20 minute walk from the heart of the city. Although I will say this area of town was nice with good restaurants and a very convenient grocery store. However, for the price, I would have expected more. During our three week holiday in Ireland, we stayed in four different places. This apartment, by far, was the most expensive as well as the most unimpressive.
If you're visiting Dublin, I would recommend that you stay somewhere south of the city center near the Luas (their tram system). The price difference in apartments more than makes up for what you will pay in Luas tickets and I am sure you will find a much more impressive apartment or B&B to stay.
2nd time to book a apartment through VRBO and both times has been great experience.The apartment was great,very spacious,big bedrooms and good quality mattress & linen.Very clean so thank you house-keeping,great job.Love the upstairs sitting-room and nice touch with selection of DVD's.Kitchen was well stocked.As we done some washing,brillent that their was both washing machine & dryer.
Herb street cafe around the corner is good for breakfast & coffe if you want to relax and watch the water.
Really recommend this apartment and guys are super help,would recommend 'Meet & Greet' service from airport as may be tricky to find apartment otherwise.
Stayed in Hanover for 2 weeks with family with friends visiting.Loved the apartment, spacious,quiet and very relaxing.Bedrooms are all large with good wardrobe space and comfy mattresses.Bedrooms on lower floor,sitting-room and separate kitchen/dinning area upstairs.Well stock kitchen with all appliances needed.Loved the dinning table!sitting-room is very comfortable with large couch and plasma TV and DVD player,was decent selection of movies also,nice touch.Balcony over looks complexes garden and is very private.
Really enjoyed stay and would definitely book again.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
Rates depend also on numbers of guests,prices are based on 6 people staying or less.
15% non refundable deposit payment is required to reserve the apartment,balance payment on check-in.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.