I was asked by Airbnb to say what makes my place special-It's the top floor of a five storey 18th Century Dublin Townhouse, with no lift!
I lived here for 15 years and miss it still.
Dublin Castle at one end of the Street, River Liffey at the other.
High living room - roof terrace for the sunny days - the quiet of a Sunday Mornings
However, Airbnb seems to have lost the more prosaic of the description a few months ago, and cannot retrieve it!
The apartment was the in first building to refurbished when "Temple Bar" was established as "Dublin's Cultural Quarter". I bought my place in an unfinished state and it still has something of a homemade feel.
There are two bedrooms, with a small loft space giving access to a roof terrace. This loft has a sofa bed, which can expand to make a double, taking up pretty much the whole space. There is a sofa bed in the living room as well. There is only one bathroom.
The budget did not exist for double glazing etc., so you WILL HEAR STREET NOISE, (as will most other places in the area).
You may also hear the neighbours in the building - and THEY WILL HEAR YOU if you are LOUD.
Accès des voyageurs
The whole apartment is there to be used.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Nine times out of ten I will meet you myself when you arrive, and show you around the flat. Otherwise, I will arrange for a friend to meet you and give you the keys. I live near by, close to the Phoenix Park, and can normally be reached up by phone / message for any queries.
The flat in a very central location and is within walking distance of pretty much all of the city centre, which has historically been build at a human scale.
No smoking within the unit.
No noise from the flat should be audable outside the flat at night.
Check ins after 9 pm can be accommodated only by special request.
Guests are required to respect the dwelling, it's contents,and it's neighbours. The structure, finishes and all items included in the letting, are to left intact, in the same condition as prior to the letting, subject to normal use. Any breach of the above will lead to additional charges/loss of deposit proportional to that breach.