Location! Location! Location! You couldn't be more central in our comfortable 1 bed apartment. Only 500m from O'Connell St with all major transport links, cafes & shops and Dublin's most famous tourist hotspots less than 5mins from the front door.
At Bachelors Walk, this cozy 1 bedroom apartment really is in one of the best locations for visiting Dublin. It has all the basics you would expect in a city centre apartment and is particularly suited to people visiting the city as tourists as it is surrounded by excellent shops, bars &restaurants with the famous Temple Bar night-life on your doorstep. It is also within easy walking distance to the main tourist spots such as Guinness Storehouse & The Book of Kells in Trinity College, Abbey Theatre, and lots of pubs & bars in the area provide traditional Irish music. Along with public transport no more than 500m away, it's an ideal spot from which to base yourself for a weekend break or use as a base to explore the country.
For everyones protection the reserving guest must provide photo I.D. to receive the keys. The apartment is on the ground floor with its own door onto the street.
Interaction with guests
You will be met and given the keys (reserving guest must provide photo I.D.) and at that time someone will run through the apartment & the area with you. We will be happy to make lots of suggestions & recommendations to you regarding places to visit to ensure you get the most out of your stay.
Other things to note
Bachelors Walk is a very lively city centre area particularly at the weekends or holiday periods! You won't need a car to get around unless you are traveling further afield (e.g. a day trip to Wicklow). There is no parking space provided with the apartment however there is on-street metered parking during the day (8am-7pm Monday - Saturday) and 2 large car parks within a 3 minute walk (Arnotts Car Park & Jervis Street Car Park). You can also hire a car for the day at Heuston Station (approx 8mins away on the Luas from Jervis Street).
Please act in a responsible and neighbourly way:
- Be considerate and kind - treat it like your home. You are expected to tidy up after yourself and leave the property in a similar condition to that in which you find it.
- No Smoking in the apartment
- NO PARTY and NO NOISE at anytime.
- NO DRUGS or illegal activities
Any damage of the property or broken furniture will be replaced by items of equal value and it will be taken from your holding deposit.
We reserve the right to come once a day if necessary to check the property.
If you have any issue don't hesitate contact us.
Born and bred in Dublin, I am a housewife with a hard working husband, 3 daughters and a dog to keep me busy! I have lots of interests including reading, pop music, baking and walking the dog (to walk off the baking!) As a proud Dubliner there is nothing I enjoy more than welcoming visitors to Dublin and helping them to maximise their trip by giving them a run down of the city, where to go, what to see and do, all over a cup of tea or coffee!