Dublin 1 Apartments
Address50 Middle Abbey Street DublinSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
In the heart of Dublin city centre, Dublin 1 offers modern one and two bedroom apartments. The vibrant Temple Bar district is a 2-minute walk away and features a variety of pubs and restaurants. Free Wi-Fi is provided in each apartment.
Dublin 1 Apartments feature a spacious living room with double sofa bed and 32-inch flat-screen TV with cable channels. A microwave, stove and fridge are provided in the fully equipped kitchen. Fresh linen and towels are included, as well as a hairdryer, iron and washing machine. These uniquely decorated apartments are situated either in the main building (without a lift), or a modern apartment building just around the corner.
Connolly Train Station, shopping centres and Grafton Street are all within walking distance. The Jameson distillery can be reached via a 10-minute stroll along the River Liffey. The Guinness Storehouse is 5 tram stops away from the apartments.
Please be aware that the property has a guard dog on the premises.
Please contact Dublin1Apartments by phone or email to advise of your time of arrival. Keys can still be collected if arriving outside of the allocated check-in times.
Please note that apartments are either situated in the main building which has no lift, or a modern apartment building just around the corner.
Please note that the deposit charged at time of arrival is a security deposit. It will be refunded at the time of departure if no damage to the apartment occurred.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Car hire
- Free WiFi
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