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Attractive semi-detached five bedroom house set on a family run tillage farm in North County Dublin. The property is located only 20 minutes from the centre of Dublin City and 10 minutes from Dublin Airport.
Family run bed and breakfast, ideally situated on Dublin's north side in the leafy suburb of Drumcondra.
Located in Dublin City Centre along Parnell Square and near the Dublin Writers Museum, the Maldron Hotel offers excellent, three-star facilities. It boasts comfortable bedrooms, three meeting rooms, and a cafe and bar with good food and drink.
This spacious and comfortable first floor apartment, adjacent to Dalkey village in County Dublin, has panoramic views of Dalkey Hill and Killiney. The apartment consists of one double bedroom, a fully equipped kitchen and spacious dining area.
Five munites from Dublin Airport by complimentary shuttle, the Hilton Dublin Airport offers spacious accommodation, nine flexible meeting rooms, a ballroom for up to 350 guests, and the Burnell Bar & Grill.
Edwardian town house. (Circa 1900). One minute walk from green line Luas stop at Beechwood. Complimentary Parking Tickets,Wi-Fi, pressurised showers, near banks, post office, cinema, restaurants, launderette, Swimming Pool.
Generator Hostel Dublin is part of the leading European Hostel chain ‘’Generator Hostels’’.
The Celtic Lodge guesthouse is two star Failte Ireland approved, located in the heart of Dublin city, within an easy five minute walk from Connolly Train Station and Bus Aras bus station, and only 20 minutes from Dublin Airport.
Detached, modern, Georgian type town house. Five minutes walk to Swords, with pubs, shopping centre, restaurants and castle. On Bus route ( 41 ) to airport and city centre.
Situated at picturesque Howth Harbour in Dublin, King Sitric Restaurant and Guesthouse has a reputation for excellent seafood and quality accommodation, just 20 minutes from Dublin's city centre and Dublin Airport.
From €89- £71pps
From €189.00 Per Room
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