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Liffey Views 2nd Flr, 1Bd Wifi + Balc @ Heuston

SuperanfitriónNorthside, Dublin 8, County Dublin
Apartamento entero - Anfitrión: Nigel
5 huéspedes1 habitación3 camas1 baño
Alojamiento entero
Dispondrás de toda la vivienda (apartamento) para ti.
Llegada autónoma
Accede al alojamiento directamente mediante la cerradura con teclado.
Limpio y ordenado
10 huéspedes recientes han dicho que este alojamiento está impecable.
Nigel tiene la categoría de Superhost
Los Superhosts son anfitriones con experiencia y valoraciones excelentes que se esfuerzan para que la estancia de sus huéspedes sea siempre perfecta.
Great position overlooking the Liffey. 20-25 mins walk to temple bar. Keyless, digital 24/7 check in, chic living room with a great balcony for enjoying the views + full kitchen. A double, single & sofa bed offer very comfortable sleeping arrangements for 4. Close to most attractions & cool for when you just want to chill out.

El espacio
Paper towels are not provided - this is a choice for the environment and the future.
We do not supply face cloths, sorry - our linen company does not stock them.

Featuring modern bathroom and kitchen, with the benefits of an electric, instant shower and all you need to cook, including kettle, toaster, hob, microwave, fridge and pots, pans and trays. Like all of our apartments, this has all a traveller needs to 'live like a local' and see the sights, without having to take public transport everywhere, or to hire a car.
The apartment is on the second floor, but there is no lift available..

Acceso de los huéspedes
Entire apartment and balcony.

Otros aspectos a destacar
- All linen, bedding towels etc are provided, and professionally laundered by Premier Linen Services. All of our apartments cleanliness and hygiene are looked after by a professional cleaning company that looks after over 100 apartments. Should you find any issues, please notify us as soon as convenient and we will have any issue rectified asap.
- All the information you will need to use and enjoy our home is contained in our Home Manual, which will be send after payment is made and confirmed. Codes for security key boxes will be forwarded within 24-48 hours of check in.
Great position overlooking the Liffey. 20-25 mins walk to temple bar. Keyless, digital 24/7 check in, chic living room with a great balcony for enjoying the views + full kitchen. A double, single & sofa bed offer very comfortable sleeping arrangements for 4. Close to most attractions & cool for when you just want to chill out.

El espacio
Paper towels are not provided - this is a choice for the…

Distribución de las camas

Habitación 1
1 cama doble, 1 cama individual
Áreas comunes
1 sofá cama

Servicios

Cocina
Wifi
Zona para trabajar con computadoras portátiles.
TV
Secadora de pelo
Plancha
Ganchos de ropa
Lavadora
Servicios imprescindibles
Calefacción

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Northside, Dublin 8, County Dublin

Great neighbourhood close to Stonybatter, Guinness Storehouse and Phoenix park. Dublin has always been renowned for its restaurants and cafes and the early part of the Eighteenth century was no exception. On the eastern side of Essex Bridge, in the vicinity of the Custom House a coffee- house called the Cocoa Tree was located. In the recess between the bridge and the Custom House there was a ‘chop house’, known as “Old Sot’s Hole”. This establishment had the reputation of having the best steaks and ale in Dublin. The owner of this chop house was a Mr. Thretford. His golden rule was he never gave any credit to anyone, even the very wealthy. He died in 1742.

The chop house still flourished. At a meeting held there in 1757, it was decided that the passage leading from the bridge to Essex Street was too narrow and after discussion, money was given to a Mr Bristow, a Commissioner of the Revenue, for the widening of this passage. Subsequently, a Bill was passed that all the narrow alleys in the City of Dublin, were to be widened. Houses had to be demolished for this work to proceed and certain room keepers and lodgers felt that they should have been given at least six months notice of this fact. Fourteen Bills of Injunction were filed and the authorities decided to react. The roofs of the houses of those who had filed the injunctions were removed in the middle of the night. Panic ensued and people ran into the streets, not knowing what had happened. In 1762, Parliament granted £12,000 for the purchase of all houses, preventing the street widening, from their owners. The street widening was carried out and the new street was called Parliament Street.

In 1763, the Corporation of Weavers and other dealers in silk submitted a petition Parliament informing them that there were only fifty silk looms working, where previously there had been eight hundred looms, and asking them for assistance. The Parliament made grants available, to establish a public warehouse, where silken goods, manufactured in Ireland only, would be sold. A house was found for this purpose in Parliament Street and would be used by the wholesale and retail trade. This building was called the Hibernian Silk Warehouse and was officially opened in February 1765. All the wealthy and fashionable ladies flocked there to buy their produce and the silk trade in Dublin received a great boost as a result. The main traders in Parliament Street at this time were wool and textile merchants.

A General Thomas Russell, who was banished to the Continent as a result of his support of the United Irishmen, returned to Ireland in the early 1800’s. He was arrested on the 9th September 1803, on the second floor of number 28, Parliament Street. £1,500 had been offered for his capture. He was tried at Downpatrick and executed on the 2nd October 1803.

The merchants of Dublin presented a petition to Parliament for a section of land to build an Exchange. This building was to be a meeting place for merchants and traders. This petition was granted and the foundation stone of the Exchange was laid on the 2nd August 1769. The completion of this building took ten years and was finally opened in 1779. Rather than being used by the merchants, the Exchange became a place where public and political meetings were held. During 1798 it was converted into a military depot and court martials were held there. On the 13th of January 1800, Daniel O’Connell made his first public speech against the union with Britain, there. People who were deemed to be part of the revolutionary movement were punished in the Exchange. The public came to view these punishments being doled out. In 1814, a crowd had assembled in the Exchange for the whipping of a culprit. The balustrade in front gave way, nine people were killed and many were badly injured.

In September 1852 the Exchange changed its purpose for the final time; it was inaugurated as the City Hall of the Corporation of Dublin.
Great neighbourhood close to Stonybatter, Guinness Storehouse and Phoenix park. Dublin has always been renowned for its restaurants and cafes and the early part of the Eighteenth century was no exception. On th…

Anfitrión: Nigel

Se registró en julio de 2018
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I'm married and have two wonderful kids. We love to meet new people and we also love to travel, especially to places where we can ride bikes to take in the scenery. Hosted Remotely are an online accommodation management agency with over three years experience. They are currently contracted to provide industry best practice hosting services for me. They proudly maintain the high standards required to consistently exceed guest expectations and consistently maintain Superhost status across all hosting accounts they manage. Anything you need, if they haven't already thought of it, they will get back to you faster than lightning.
I'm married and have two wonderful kids. We love to meet new people and we also love to travel, especially to places where we can ride bikes to take in the scenery. Hosted Remotely…
Durante tu estadía
We aim to make our guests stay as easy and pleasant as possible. We leave the key in a security box for guests to check in at a time that is most convenient to them. We also provide detailed instructions in the home manual regarding about how to check in, all important issues about the listing and tips about Dublin. Because it is a holiday apartment letting, you get the keys and use it just like a holiday home. We also provide fast broadband along with a great recommendations guide, and for all other info we recommend checking out other travellers experiences via TripAdvisor. This will get you the best, most up to date info, instantly!
We aim to make our guests stay as easy and pleasant as possible. We leave the key in a security box for guests to check in at a time that is most convenient to them. We also provi…
Nigel es Superanfitrión
Los Superanfitriones tienen mucha experiencia, tienen valoraciones excelentes y se esfuerzan al máximo para ofrecerles a los huéspedes estadías maravillosas.
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Reglas de la casa
Llegada: A partir de las 16:00
Salida: 11:00
Acceso sin restricción de horario con cerradura con teclado
No es apto para bebés (menores de 2 años)
Prohibido fumar
No se admiten mascotas
Seguridad y propiedad
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Alarma de monóxido de carbono
Alarma de humo
Depósito de seguridad: si se producen daños en el alojamiento, se te podría cobrar hasta $113

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