**Dublin City Center 1 double bedroom** secure gated with privacy and convenience. Ground floor, direct access to well maintained garden. oasis of quiet in the city. standard double bed. Bus Station, Connolly/Pearse Station, IFSC, Trinity College and Convention Centre is within 5 minutes walk. 10 minutes walk to 3Arena and temple bar. fast free Wifi, Smart TV with Netflix
Eurospar supermarket, 1 min
IFSC/Financial District, 2 min
National Convention Centre, 2 min
Trinity College Dublin/DART/LUAS, 2 min
Bord Gais Theatre, 5 min
Grand Canal Dock, 5 min
Temple Bar, 10 min
o'connell street, 10 min
St. Stephen's Green, 10 min
O2/3Arena, 15 min
Aviva Stadium, 25 min walk, or 9 min taxi/drive
RDS, 35 min or 10 min train
The apartment offers a seating area and a private bathroom with shower. An oven and kettle are also offered.
Bright ground floor apartment with direct garden access. The apartment is a 3 bedroom apartment and is the largest of its type in the development. The apartment is a short walk from the city center, the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC), the National Convention Centre and Trinity College. The RDS is a 35 minute walk or 10 minutes on the train. There are 3 bedrooms with double bed in each.
♦ Washing machine and detergent so you don't need to buy your own
♦ car parking space available by request
♦ Free WiFi
♦ Full Kitchen
♦ Brand New Fridge
♦ Cooking pots and cutlery/dishware
There is complete access to the apartment by guests including free access to the apartments WIFI and cable.
You will be met on arrival by Ashely who will be available to assist with any queries during your stay. We will look forward to meeting with you.
We will try accommodate early or late check in or check out within reason and where possible. Please feel free to drop any inquiry.
The apartment is close to the Financial District and within minutes walk to downtown Dublin, IFSC, Trinity College, the Bord Gais Theatre, O2 concert venue and the National Convention Centre, Dublin. Short walk to rail and tram line connections.
Apartment block is in a secure gated development.
There is a large supermarket just around the corner within 1 minute walk where you can get everything you need, including a hot food counter and an in-house coffee shop.
• 7am - 10pm on weekdays
• 9am - 9pm on weekends
• Turn left on exiting gate, left at end of street and it's right there.
The Lane where the apt is, is famous as the site where Irish rock band U2 recorded some of there most famous albums, including The Joshua Tree. It had become a shrine for U2 fans internationally. The studio closed a number of years ago and a modern office block now stands in its place.
The apartment is close to Luas Red Line tram stop at Financial Centre and the DART rapid suburban rail system. The nearest Green Line Luas stop is at St. Stephens Green, about a 15 minute walk. Close to all bus links. You can download an app for all information about bus, www.dublinbus.ie
【DIRECTIONS FROM CITY CENTER 】
If approaching from O'Connell Bridge on O'Connell Street, take a walk down the south riverside on Burgh Quay and proceed for about 10 min until you come to the Sean O'Casey pedestrian bridge. Walk on for about 100m and on your right you will come to Windmill Lane. You will see the black gates of the apartment building directly in front of you.
【DIRECTIONS FROM AIRPORT】
If arriving at Dublin Airport the best way is the 747 Airlink bus outside arrivals terminal. Fare €6, €3 child fare. Bus leaves every 15 minutes.
• Terminal 1: Exit main arrivals hall, cross the road and the Airlink Express Bus will be on your left hand side.
• Terminal 2: Follow the signs for Taxis, take the lift or escalator to ground floor. The Airlink Express Bus departs from here.
Ask to be let off at The Convention Centre on the Quays. Cross the bridge to the opposite side of the river and turn right. Windmill Lane is the second left turn. You will see a Snap Printing shop on the corner. From here you will be able to see the black railed gates for the Windmill Lane Apartments. You have now arrived!
Google for '747 Airlink Bus' for further information.
【DUBLIN'S BEST VALUE DEAL】
Before buying your Airlink 747 bus ticket you should consider buying the Dublin Sightseeing ticket. This ticket costs €24 and includes:
♥ Your return Airlink 747 bus ticket, worth €12. If you have already arrived in Dublin then the ticket is €20 to include a single journey Airlink 747 bus ticket.
♥ A two day city tour hop on / hop off bus ticket.
♥ Free entry into the Little Museum of Dublin, worth €7
♥ A free Dublin City walking tour with Pat Liddy, worth €10
You can buy the ticket on the Airlink 747 bus or online. Search for 'dublinsightseeing' on the web.
► TEMPLE BAR, Dublin
Temple Bar is a busy riverside neighborhood, spread over cobbled pedestrian lanes. Crowded pubs host live folk music and DJ sets, and diners pack restaurants serving Asian, American and Irish cuisine. Quirky boutiques stock clothes and crafts by local designers. The National Photographic Archive highlights Ireland’s past, while the Project Arts Centre and Temple Bar Gallery + Studios shows contemporary art.
The area is the location of a number of cultural institutions, including the Irish Photography Centre (incorporating the Dublin Institute of Photography, the National Photographic Archive and the Gallery of Photography), the Ark Children's Cultural Centre, the Irish Film Institute, incorporating the Irish Film Archive, the Button Factory, the Arthouse Multimedia Centre, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, the Project Arts Centre, the Gaiety School of Acting, IBAT College Dublin, the New Theatre, as well as the Irish Stock Exchange.
► GUINNESS STOREHOUSE
Guinness Storehouse is the most popular tourist attraction in Ireland. The Storehouse covers seven floors surrounding a glass atrium shaped in the form of a pint of Guinness. The ground floor introduces the beer's four ingredients (water, barley, hops and yeast), and the brewery's founder, Arthur Guinness. Other floors feature the history of Guinness advertising and include an interactive exhibit on responsible drinking. The seventh floor houses the Gravity Bar with views of Dublin and where visitors may drink a pint of Guinness included in the price of admission.
► JAMESON IRISH WHISKEY DISTILLERY
Jameson Distillery Bow St. is an Irish whiskey tourist attraction located just off Smithfield Square in Dublin, Ireland. Jameson Distillery Bow St. is the original site where Jameson Irish Whiskey was distilled until 1971. Founded by John Jameson in 1780, today the former factory stands as a monument to Irish Whiskey. Open hours: 10a.m.–7p.m
► DUBLIN CASTLE
This is a joy for anyone interested in archaeology or history. Dublin Castle was built in the 13th century on top of the foundations of a Viking structure. The castle served as a military fortress, prison, court of law and the core of British administration in Ireland until 1922. It's now used for state functions and government conferences. Guided tours are available.
• Open Monday to Friday 10am - 4.50pm
• Saturday, Sunday and holidays 2pm - 4.50pm
• Closed during state functions
• Admission is €4.50
► TRINITY COLLEGE AND THE BOOK OF KELLS
Founded by Queen Elizabeth I in 1592, Trinity College is the oldest University in Ireland. Bursting with Heritage the 40 acre site retains its historical charm of cobbled squares, gardens, parks and architecture. Trinity College is famed for its treasures including the 9th Century illuminated manuscript, The Book of Kells. The Book is the centrepiece of an exhibition that attracts over five hundred thousand visitors each year, and along with the beautiful Trinity College site, this attraction is definitely worth exploring during your Dublin visit.
Trinity College is an 10 minute walk from Windmill Lane and admissions to the Old Library for the exhibition costs:
• €9 for adults
• €18 for a family ticket of 2 adults and 4 children
• children under 12 go free all year round.
► KILMAINHAM JAIL/MUSEUM
Until the 1920s, the British incarcerated and, in 1916, after the Easter Rising executed Irish political prisoners at this site. The jail was closed in 1924 and it is now a monument to the Irish struggle for independence. See the audiovisual show and take a guided tour.
• April - September: Daily (last admission at 17:00)
• October - March: Mon -Sat (last admission at 16:30), Sunday: (last admission at 17:00
• Admission is €6 for adults, €4 for seniors, €2 for children and €14 for a family. Inchicore Road, Kilmainham
We know some guests like to maintain their gym workouts during a visit. The state of the art Trinity College gym/pool has a walk-in facility for €10. Gym is about 5 min walk from the apartment.
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** They are all double bedrooms with double beds. Guests would have full access in the apartment with respect though.
This is a very quiet secure and green apartment block. There is a mixture of residential and offices in the immediate area. Windmill Lane Recording Studios where the band U2 recorded some of their biggest albums have now been demolished and a modern office block stands in its place.
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Dublin 2, County Dublin, Irlanda