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Thomas House,86 Thomas Street Apartment

2bedrooms
4sleeps
3nights min stay

Apartment / 2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Key Info

  • Nearest beach 3 km
  • Suitable for children age 5+
  • Car not necessary
  • No pets allowed

Families

  • Suitable for children over 5
  • No pets allowed

Description from owner

Description

Our aim is to ensure that your holiday or business trip is as enjoyable and pleasant experience.Fantastic Location near Christchurch,this apartment offers an marvellous location within walking distance of the Luas Red and Green lines,Heustion Station,Temple Bar,The Italian Quarter,The Phoenix Park,St Stephens Green,Trinity College, Grafton Street, O'Connell Street,Museums, Art Galleries and Exhibitions, Bars, Restaurants and Nights Life.Dublin is a great city to tour on foot and the location of the apartment is ideal.Dublin is full of History and is a fun city and you are close to both aspects here..a lovely two bedroom apartment with entrance Hall leading to open plan Dining-room/living-room,fully fitted kitchen with appliances,two double bedrooms,Bathroom with bath and Shower,intercom.situated minutes from city centre,St. Stephen green,Grafton Street ,NCAD .

Further details

-pull out sofa bed if required.(an extra charge of €10 applies)

-all bed linen, towels and

Our aim is to ensure that your holiday or business trip is as enjoyable and pleasant experience.Fantastic Location near Christchurch,this apartment offers an marvellous location within walking distance of the Luas Red and Green lines,Heustion Station,Temple Bar,The Italian Quarter,The Phoenix Park,St Stephens Green,Trinity College, Grafton Street, O'Connell Street,Museums, Art Galleries and Exhibitions, Bars, Restaurants and Nights Life.Dublin is a great city to tour on foot and the location of the apartment is ideal.Dublin is full of History and is a fun city and you are close to both aspects here..a lovely two bedroom apartment with entrance Hall leading to open plan Dining-room/living-room,fully fitted kitchen with appliances,two double bedrooms,Bathroom with bath and Shower,intercom.situated minutes from city centre,St. Stephen green,Grafton Street ,NCAD .

Further details

-pull out sofa bed if required.(an extra charge of €10 applies)

-all bed linen, towels and bed clothes are included.

-full deposit refund for cancellations at least 31 days before arrival.

-Check-in time is any time after 2 P.M .

-If you come on an earliy morning flight your apartment will be ready a 2 P.M or earlier if we can manage it.

-check-out time is 11a.m.we allow late check-outs if we have no Guests due immediately after you.

-we do not cater for hen and stag parties.

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-5th person is €10 extra per night.

We Charge for electricity.-The charge depends on usage and is paid for at the meter.We take a reading when you arrive and another reading before you leave and the you pay for the amount used.This is usually a modest cost.

Location description from owner

The Province of Leinster region

A city of turbulent history,ancient and contempory,of great literature,world class theatres,outstanding Galleries and museums as well as fine eating establishments,traditional and modern music and pubs.Dublin city has gained a well deserved reputation as an outstanding cosmopolitan city with something for absolutely everybody.

Whether it be taking in the many fine examples of Georgian Architecture,visiting the Francis Bacon Studio,making a pilgrimage to U2' Windmill lane .sample the nightlife in Temple Bar,Dublin's trendy left Bank.

Journeying outside Dublin city its a hour drive to the Wicklow mountains known as The Garden Of Ireland,visit the famous Early Christian Settlement of Glendalough while there and stop off in Enniskerry and visit Powercourt estate and waterfall.

There is an abundance of Daytrips to places like Galway,the Burren or take the electric train[the Dart]from the city centre along the panoramic coastline either southward through towns like Sandycove,Dalkey, Killiney Bay,Bray and onto Greystones.or northwards to the fishing port of Howth Harbour..Using the 2 train stations,Heuston and Connolly,the CentralBus Station[Busarus] you can access any part of Ireland

Dublin

PLACES OF INTEREST:

> CONFERENCE CENTRE

INSTITUTIONS:

>TRINITY COLLEGE

>DUBLIN TOURISM CENTRE

LANDMARKS:

>BOTTON FACTORY

>ST.PATRICKS CATHEDRAL

MONUMENTS:

>NATIONAL MUSEUM OF IRELAND

>ARCHAELOGY

>JAMESON DISTILLERY

PARKS:

>DUBLIN ZOO

>PHOENIX PARK

>ST.STEPHENS GREEN

POPULAR AREAS:

>TEMPLE BAR

>GUINNESS STOREHOUSE

RAILWAY STATIONS:

>HEUSTON RAILWAY STATION

>CONNOLLY RAILWAY STATION

STADIUMS:

>CROKE PARK STADIUM

>THE O2 DUBLIN

>THE AVIVA STADIUM

THEATRES:

>THE ABBEY

>THE GATE

>THE GAEITY

AIRPORT:

>DUBLIN AIRPORT

Staying in Thomas House you will be spoilt for choice there are so many interesting places just outside your door:Guinness's famous Hop Store is a short walk; >Temple Bar is 5minutes on foot and indulge yourself in Traditional music,Pints and the' Craic >the Irish film institute for Arts and foreign films. >Galleries,Street Cafes plus Merchants Arch which brings you out onto the Happenny Bridge which spans the Liffey > two minutes walk from Thomas House is the Oldest pub in Ireland, the Brazen Head.Equally near is Christchurch Cathedral built in 1234,the place where King Edward was crowned. >10 minute walk from Thomas House is Triity College which dates from 1591.you can soak up the atmosphere with a coffee,watch a game of cricket,a wedding and visit the Book of Kells decorated by Irish Monks..>you can take the Happenny Brodge and stroll along the Boardwalk to O Connell street.Grafton street is where you go to see and be seen with all the top shops,Bewley's cafe,and off Grafton is Powercourt House shopping centre .also George's street Arcade market. >5 minutes from Thomas House is Dublin Castle built in 1204. visit for free the Chester Beatty displaying treasures from 2700 BC to the present day.It's a short stroll from Thomas House to the Irish Museum of modern Art. The grounds are beautifully landscaped with sweeping views as far Wellington war monument in the Phoenix Park, the biggest enclosed park in Europe and houses Dublin Zoo.the entrance to the park and museum is free. > another short walk from Thomas House is St Audeon' church built 1190.next door lieraally is St Augustines with its renowned church glass windows. > across the street is Francis Street home to the biggesr collection of Antique shops in Ireland as well as contempory Art Galleries. visit the National Museum in Kildare street next to Irish Parliment [the Dail]the National Library next door has a wonderful W.B.Yeats exhibition. >>>summary:>>>,visit thr G.P.O the site of the 1916 rising',Iwalks-Dublin Tourism Iwalk series.

>Hiking-great places to explore in Dublin county.

>Shopping in the city

>Tours of Dublin-explore the city by Foot or by Bus

>Museums and Galleries including the National Museum of Ireland

>Unesco city of Literature

>Dublin Zoo

>Theatrical Dublin

>Dublin Pass gives Free Entry to 32 favourite Attractions

>

Dublin Zoo

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Bed & bathroom

  • 2 Double Beds
  • 1 family bathroom

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Washing machine
  • Iron
  • TV
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided

Will consider

  • Long term lets (over 1 month)

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Access

  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

Policies

Check in time:14:00, Check out time:11:00
If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.
Payment
This rental can only be paid for online through Holiday Lettings using your credit/debit card or PayPal (never by bank or wire transfer).
Smoking
No smoking at this property
Cancellation policy
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About the owner

Vincent C
Response rate:
75%
Calendar updated:
04 Feb 2016
Years listed:
3
Based in:
Ireland

Languages spoken: English

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“Central”

Reviewed 5 Nov 2013

What a perfect home from home situation. The flat is perfect for travellers visiting Dublin and has everything within walking distance or a bus right outside. Will definately rent again if we return to Dublin for another visit Thank to Vincent for carrying cases up and down the stairs, much appreciated.

“Great place, really good location.”

Reviewed 29 Jun 2013

We spent four nights here in June. We were welcomed by Vincent and got a good show of the apartment and things to see in Dublin. Apartment is really nice and easy to find. Clean, in good shape and enough hot water. There are groceries and pharmacy nearby. Short walk to Temple Bar area but perhaps it would be a good idea to check also local pub called Bakery. Spent a great Friday evening enjoying good traditional Irish music. The morning we left both Ann and Vincent came by and we had a laid-back chat about our stay in Dublin. If you're looking for a great place to stay on your visit to Dublin this is the place. Thank you Ann and Vincent. Cheers, Jaana & Sampsa

“Best place to stay in Dublin”

Reviewed 10 Oct 2012

This is a great place to stay! Good value for the money. Very clean, safe and nicely furnished, near to the city, walking distance (about 15 minutes to O'Connell Street), and very friendly and helpful owners. I absolutely recommend this place! That's why I booked it a second time now :-) Can't wait to get there again!

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