Spacious Grand Canal I

36 Barrow Street Dublin D04XF99 • From $180 Per Day
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  • One Bedroom Units Available
  • One Bathroom
  • Laundry In Unit

Property Details

About this property

Just a minute’s walk from the Grand Canal, this 1-bedroom vacation apartment is a getaway near central Dublin. The neighborhood isn’t overly bustling, providing you with peace and quiet while still being within walking distance of the Dublin sights. Explore the local area by enjoying dinner on the canal or checking out one of the nearby pubs. Catch a concert or a Broadway musical at the nearby Bord Gáis Energy Theatre (11 min). Wander to popular cultural attractions, such as the National Gallery of Ireland (19 min) or the Science Gallery Dublin (18 min). The Ringsend Road bus stop is closeby. With tasteful decorations and a modern finish, our local interior designer has created a comfortable and relaxing space. Large windows bring plenty of sunshine into the spacious rooms. Soft blue walls and beautiful hardwood floors make the space even more inviting. Premium amenities include free WiFi, cable TV, hotel beds and linens, luxury toiletries, and a Nespresso machine. Find your home away from home in this lovely apartment.

Amenities

Fully Equipped Kitchen
Free Wi-Fi
Weekly Housekeeping
24h support
Laundry facilities

Property Location

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Dublin has been a global city since the 800s AD and is the capital city of Ireland. Dublin is a contemporary and historical centre for Irish education, arts, and culture, administration and industry. While visitors might have to do some digging to see evidence of its Viking past, Dublin's rich history is apparent all around, from its medieval castle and cathedrals to the magnificence of the 18th century, when it was the most beautiful Georgian city in the Empire and its lavish public and private buildings reflected the status of its most affluent residents. Dublin is a relatively small and accessible city, small enough and safe enough to get around on foot, while the Luas tram system and the suburban rail system, the DART, provide excellent transport throughout the city.

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