|Space||699 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
This is a large two bed apartment, bigger than my penthouse in the same building, it is newly converted from an architects office and retains the beautiful features of high ceilings, large sash windows and paneled doors.There is a large separate kitchen with everything required to prepare any meal. The bathroom has a sit in bath and electric shower.
This is an ideal location for exploring Dublin city.No need for transport, all attractions are within walking distance.Set in a quite tree lined street, with its own secure access, and fitted out to a high standard, to ensure a perfect stay.All sheets,towels etc included.Free internet access is provided for your convenience.All modes of transport,tram,train,bus,city bike,taxi rank are within walking distance.
My apartment is in an old Architects drawing office, with high ceilings,huge sash windows and panelled doors.
There is a seperate kitchen with all modern appliances for your catering needs.
Public bicycles are available outside the national concert hall and are very handy for getting around our compact city.
The National concert hall,the national gallery and Trinity college are all within walking distance for all of your cultural needs!
The Royal canal is just around the corner and is a a beautiful place to run,walk,jog or just sit and watch the people and boats pass by.
We can arrange a meet and greet at the airport to bring you direct to the apartment for €50
We have constant hot water , wifi and heat. We provide normal size double beds and a very comfortable IKEA double sofa bed.There is seating for 6 people and enough plates etc and cooking equipment to allow you to eat in whenever you feel like it.
I am a lover of travel, sport and people.I love helping people find the best parts of my great city. I grew up in Dublin and even though I enjoy travel, I also enjoy returning to my home,Dublin.
This is a great location, surrounded by Georgian splendor and in the heart of the embassy district. It is a very quiet street, but is still in walking distance of all of the best sights.
Great location! We were walking distance or only a short taxi ride away from everything. We all felt very safe and comfortable in the location (even at night) and would stay here again. Check in went smooth and Andrew has a binder full of everything and anything you need to know about the apartment/Dublin. I highly recommend!
My husband and I stayed at Andrew's Apartment for 4 nights in February 2013 while making a quick trip to visit and explore Dublin. These apartments were immaculate, modern and had all of the conveniences that we needed, including a washing machine, during our stay. Andrew was incredibly helpful with any questions that we had and was always very quick at responding to us. The location is unbeatable - it is in a gorgeous area of the city, but not in the middle of all of the loud hustle and bustle. We could walk everywhere from the apartment and when we decided to head out to the coast, we were able to hop on the subway and we were there. I would highly recommend Andrew's Apartments to anyone visiting Dublin and would definitely stay here the next time we return with our children. The apartment has plenty of space for our family of 4.
Adelaide Road on Dublin's upmarket Southside, is truly one of Dublin's finest streets. Here you are surrounded by the splendour of Georgian Dublin, within a short stroll of the City's most attractive and historic landmarks. The Royal Canal, Merrion Square, Fitzwilliam Square, St Stephen's Green, the Irish Parliament, The National Museum and Art Gallery, the Natural History Museum, the National Library, Grafton Street, Trinity College and the Book of Kells, the vibrant Temple Bar, Christchurch and Viking Dublin are all within a ten-minute walk. For famous Dublin night life Adelaide is only a ten minute walk from the Temple Bar and on your way you will pass down Camden street pass several of Dublins most famous watering holes, the Bleeding Horse, Whelans (Dublins premiere music venue) JJ Smyths, the Long Haul, the Globe to name but a few. Step outside and into Old Dublin, enjoy its people, its music and that famous atmosphere that makes Dublin so special.