Visit and stay in our self catering holiday homes in Dublin

Why visit County Dublin?

Dublin, the capital city of Ireland – a small city in comparison to its European neighbours – however it will not be beaten of atmosphere, culture, energy and diversity.  Dublin city really has something for everyone to explore. The city was first established as a Viking settlement in the 10th Century.  We have self-catering rentals throughout County Dublin which are perfect for a short stay in Dublin.

Why visit County Dublin?

Dublin, the capital city of Ireland – a small city in comparison to its European neighbours – however it will not be beaten of atmosphere, culture, energy and diversity.  Dublin city really has something for everyone to explore. The city was first established as a Viking settlement in the 10th Century.  We have self-catering rentals throughout County Dublin which are perfect for a short stay in Dublin.

Eating in Dublin

Chapter One Restaurant:
International Menu and famous for its Irish Coffee,  located on Parnell Street

Eddie Rockets City Diner:
Fun American themed diner that is sure to make you feel good.

Located on Wexford street in Dublin City Centre.

The Brass Monkey Seafood Restaurant:
Located on the North side in Howth, the catch of the day that is fresh off the boat – food served is European.

Things to do in Dublin

Dublin Pass
We highly recommend you getting the Dublin Pass, this will allows the visitor to Dublin to experience the best of what Dublin has to offer, with free entry to over 30 top attractions and museums as we;; as a large selection of additional discounts and dining offers

St. Stephen’s Green Park
Everybody’s favourite Park – a fun place to hang out on a sunny day, feed the ducks,  eat your lunch or grap an ice-cream or doghnut in one of the near by shops.

Guinness Store House – Pull the Perfect Pint
Guinness store house located in the heart of the St. James Gate Brewery which has been home to the famous stout since 1759.

Eating in Dublin

Chapter One:
International Menu and famous for its Irish Coffee,  located on Parnell Street

Eddie Rockets:

Fun American themed diner that is sure to make you feel good.
Located on Wexford street in Dublin City Centre.

The Brass Monkey:
Located on the North side in Howth, the catch of the day that is fresh off the boat – food served is European.

Things to do in Dublin

Dublin Pass
We highly recommend you getting the Dublin Pass, this will allows the visitor to Dublin to experience the best of what Dublin has to offer, with free entry to over 30 top attractions and museums as we;; as a large selection of additional discounts and dining offers

Stephen’s  Green
Everybody’s favourite Park – a fun place to hang out on a sunny day, feed the ducks,  eat your lunch or grap an ice-cream or doghnut in one of the near by shops.

Pull the Perfect Pint
Guinness store house located in the heart of the St. James Gate Brewery which has been home to the famous stout since 1759.

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