Arbour Hill, Dublin 7, Ireland Accommodations

Accommodations in Arbour Hill

Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
The SpaceOur apartment has just been fully renovated with new kitchen, bathroom and appliances. There are 2 double bedrooms which can comfortably accommodate 4 people plus one comfy foldable bed which can be used in the spacious sitting room. We have one bathroom with shower/bath tub.The full kitchen comprises all appliances, microwave and dishwasher. The large sitting room is perfect to chill out after a full day of sight-seeing! This is the perfect spot for your stay in Dublin with main attractions only minutes away as well as restaurants, bars, take-away and supermarkets at your doorstep! Guest AccessGuests will have access to the full apartment, including modern kitchen with all range of appliances and spacious living room. Free internet wireless. Secure car park can be arranged if needed Interaction with GuestsWe will interact as much or as little as our guests like. We live close enough and are available for anything our guests might need...including a friendly chat! The NeighborhoodOur place is conveniently located in the vibrant Smithfield neighbourhood which offers some very famous bars such as the Cobblestone, one of the best pubs for traditional and authentic Irish music. Only 2 min from the Smithfield Market Square which offers plenty of restaurants, bars, supermarkets and even the eclectic Lighthouse cinema! The main tourist attractions can be reached on foot including the Old Jameson Distillery (5 min), Guinness Storehous (15 min), Temple Bar/Christ Church/Dublinia (15-20 min) and many more! Getting AroundWhile you can easily walk everywhere in Dublin City Centre, our place is very well connected with Bus/ tram (Luas) stops just around the corner including the popular Hop On Hop Off tour bus and Dublin Bikes.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
The SpaceThis stunning duplex appartment with private balcony and views of old Distillery and ancient Market Square. provides comfort, style and convenience in one the most vibrant and convenient areas of Dublin. Own room with double bed and adjacent shared bathroom with shower over bathroom and stunning views over Dublin towards the Wicklow Mountains. Built-in wardrobe and chest of drawers, tv and dvd player and wifi internet. Availability of adjacent further single bedroom to sleep the third guest sharing the same bathroom if your group includes a third person . Shared use of fully equipped kitchen with breakfast bar for eating, dishwasher, washing machine and nespresso coffee maker. Magnificent views from the every room in the 10th floor appartment which floods with light from floor to ceiling windows. Property is situated in a secure apartment block with concierge service 24/7 and elevator. DUBLIN CITY CENTRE is within easy walking distance along the LIffey Quays. Supermarket, Coffee shop, restaurants, pizzeria, pub, medical centre, cinema and LUAS are 1 min away from the apartment. Walk to all the major attractions in Dublin including Temple Bar, Trinity College, the Guiness Factory, Jamiesons Brewery and Grafton Street or jump on the luas (tram) or the open top bus which are both only 200m away and explore further afield. Guest AccessI am at work during the week and am happy for guests to chill out in the appartment during he day and use the kitchen to make lunch and supper. However, once I am home later in the evening my listing is better suited to those who are happy to chill-out relatively peacefully or have plans out and about in town. Interaction with GuestsI like to interact with my guests and love to see them having a good time in and around Dublin and hear how stuff went. However, I would hope that that were independent travellers as I am often busy working and would respect some degree of privacy and space and of course that would be reciprocal. Please note that sometimes I will not be at home for several days but will always leave full instructions and contact numbers for any unforeseen problems .I don't have any issues with alcohol and enjoy a glass of wine or beer with meals I find it unacceptable for guests to sit around and drink a whole load of alcohol in my home. Please note that sometimes I will not be at home for several days but will always leave full instructions and contact numbers for any unforeseen problems Thank you by The Neighborhood(URL HIDDEN) the coolest place in Dublin. Although we are on the 10th floor, during balmy summer evenings there can occasionally still be some distant street noise heard at the weekends from the square below and so for those poeple who are very light sleepers this may be an issue. I sleep like a baby every night ;) Getting Aroundthere is the tram 2 minutes away, local buses galore and the railways further afield are both walkable. Other Things to NoteI have another room available on air bnb so there may be another guest staying with us- which is always nice. (always vetted myself and air bnb of course)
Bed & Breakfast
Poor
219 reviews
15br Bed & Breakfast
    Ideally located opposite Heuston Train Station and Airlink bus stop this cosy and friendly hostel is the perfect choice for your stay in Dublin.
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    Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Smoking Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceThe room has It's own Toilet and the only part to share is the Kitchen and Living Room. Lovely house with friendly people aged 23-30 living. Interaction with Guests* Room owed occupied. Personal belongings are going to stay in the room. Looking for people that will take care of the place. * 3 People living in the 4 Room apartment. All friendly people, from Brazil, Belgium and Irish. The NeighborhoodTypical Irish Pub located around the Apartment, Full of tourist Activities but also quiet place to relax. Getting Around10 min from the main Activities in Dubin City center and also Public Transport just outside Building
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    21 reviews
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    The SpaceFantastic Light and spectacular views of the City. Fully equipped kitchen. Guest AccessTwo Terraces and the rooftop Interaction with GuestsWe will show the guests around the apartment and hand over the keys. The NeighborhoodCentred around the newly developed market square on the North side of the River Liffey, Smithfield is where old Dublin tradition meets post-Celtic Tiger creativity. Bars like Frank Ryan’s and Dice tiptoe between the traditional and the hip, making Smithfield perfect for drinking in the culture, whilst urban art project the Smithfield Art Tunnel and Block T provide gallery, studio and community spaces for locals and visitors alike. Take a walk across the central market square from the Old Jameson Distillery and you’ll find the Lighthouse Cinema – voted by ArtInfo as one of the coolest cinemas in the world - that specialises in showcasing the best Irish and international films. The Cobblestone Pub stands as the authentic face of Irish trad sessions. This heady mix of Old Dublin charm and New Dublin cool makes Smithfield the perfect place to go if you want to see what a city’s creative revival looks like. Getting AroundThe Luas Tram is around the corner. Dublin Bikes stations one block away.
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    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    The SpaceMy dream is to open a b&b, so I hope this can be the first step. With a small additional fee, I would love to cook for my guests (mainly Italian and Brazilian food). I am Italian, living in Dublin for more than 5 years. As amateur writer, I am a hunter of stories. Guest AccessKitchen, living room, toilet is private in the bedroom. I live in another bedroom. Interaction with GuestsI work Monday-Friday from 8 to 6pm and some evening I go to gym. A part from that I'd be happy to interact with my guests, chatting and giving tips. I can prepare breakfast and dinner with additional price The NeighborhoodDespite It's close to city centre (10 far from Temple Bar, 15 from O'Connell) It's very quite area, the building is lovely and very quite. Easy to find. Getting AroundBack of Luas Tram and various buses. Other Things to NoteThe building is quite and peaceful, so I would like guests respect this calm.
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    Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Smoking Allowed
    Guest AccessYou will have access to your room, your own bathroom, the living room and kitchen. The only thing which is not included in the appartement is the washing machine and laundry dryer. They are located in the basement and cost 4€ for the laundry and 2€ for the dryer. You will be sharing the appartement with my 4 flat mates. The bedroom has a private bathroom with shower and toilet (like in the pictures), but the kitchen and living room are shared with my (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN). Interaction with GuestsThis is my bedroom that I rent when I am away myself. As a consequence, I will not be physically present in the flat and won't be able to interact a lot with you unfortunately. However, I am available by phone and messages if you have any question and/or need anything :-) The NeighborhoodNot far from city centre, cosy atmosphere. More authentic than touristic places. There is a convenience store just next door which is open 24h/7. Getting AroundTram : the Smithfield Luas stop is less than 10 mins walk (600m) and can get you to most areas of the city. Walking : The Spire and O'Connell Street are 22 minutes walking distance (1.8km). Temple Bar and the Dublin Castle are about 25 minutes away (1.8km), Christchurch Cathedral and Guinness Storehouse are less than 20 mins walking distance (1.5 km). Bike : Two Dublin Bikes stations are on Smithfield square and one station is at Blackhall Place. A 3-day ticket costs €5. The first half-hour of use is free.
    Home/Apartment
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    Guest AccessGuests will have full access to the apartment, including the kitchen, TV/Cable and full washing facilities with a washing machine and dryer in the kitchen. The NeighborhoodThere are a lot of supermarkets, bars and restaurants just 5 minutes walk from the apt. Temple Bar is just 10 mintues walk away, very close to Guinness Factory, St Patrick's Cathedral Getting AroundThe Luas, Dart and bus stops are 2 minute walk from the apartment, as well as Heuston Station (train station)-direct bus from and to airport stops there too.
    Home/Apartment
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    The SpacePersonally designed the apartment and gave high attention to details. With beautiful wooden floor. Luxury bedroom. Extra sofabed in the second bedroom, which opens up to the livingroom for a specious livingroom experience. Wonderful kitchen with all mod con. The apartment is left empty for the guests throughout the period of stay. Keys will be handed at the time of enry, and will be handed back at the time of leaving. Central and quiet location. Next to Phoenix Park, Red LUAS lightrail line, National Museum, Hueston Train Station. IMMA. Wuff restaurant is right besides. Lighthouse Cinema. 'Fresh' deli. Red LUAS Light Rail Museum Stop is 5 min away. Hueston National Railway line is 10 min away. Bus stops are 5 min away. From the airport there is a direct bus to Hueston Station. Guest AccessWhole apartment Free Wifi Cable flat screen TV Besides central tourists attraction Besides local (LUAS lightrail museum stop) and national transport (Hueston Station) Fully equipped kitchen Wash machine and iron Central heating Interaction with GuestsThe apartment is left empty for the guests throughout the period of stay. Keys will be handed at the time of enry, and will be handed back at the time of leaving. The NeighborhoodCentral and quiet location. Next to Phoenix Park, Red LUAS lightrail line, National Museum, Hueston Train Station. IMMA. Wuff restaurant is right besides. Lighthouse Cinema. 'Fresh' deli. Getting AroundRed LUAS Light Rail Museum Stop is 3 min away. Hueston National Railway line is 10 min away. Bus stops are 5 min away. From the airport there is a direct bus to Hueston Station.
    Home/Apartment
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Parking
    The SpaceApartment has one bedroom, one bathroom, a living area, a small kitchen and a balcony over looking the inner garden. It's ideally suited to 2 people as there is only one bedroom with one double bed but there is a pull our couch in the living room that would fit 2 more but i've slept there and it's not that comfortable! Apartment is on the inner side of the complex so is nice and quite well away from the traffic noise on the other side. You'll occasionally hear noise from one of the 2 bars that back onto the complex walls but this is generally only on Saturday nights and isn't too loud. Apartment has everything as we live in it and just rent it out when we're away. Apt has ... - Bath / Shower - Boiler (heats water morning and night) - Convection Heating (rarely use as apt is quite warm) - Cooker - Microwave - Washing Machine - Fridge - WIFI - Cable TV - Alarm (never use it) Outside the apt in the complex, you have full access to all common areas including 2 roof gardens and a central court yard garden as well as car park with a car park space if you need it. I'm always available via phone, email and generally use (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) to communicate whilst you are here. I'll arrange and meet you either at the airport or here if I'm in the country but i arrange with my friend if I'm not. We live in a 50 apartment complex in the middle of Dublin's Smithfield Market. Area is famous for it's horse market which used to be monthly but now only twice yearly. Neighbourhood is a mix of locals, back packers, students and tourists and has been the destination of choice for Dublin's bohemians with artists, musicians choosing the area for inspiration. The area is safe but every tourist is a target for thieves in any city so just be careful. Smithfield is Dublin's central court district and you'll see judges, lawyers, solicitors and plenty of unsavoury characters during the weekdays. The hostel chain "Generator" is located in the square and brings a nice mix of back packers. The Jameson Distillery brings loads of tourists each day. The Dublin tour bus actually starts at the bottom of the square and ends at the Jameson Distillery. Smithfield Square is on the red tram line ('LUAS'). We're 2 stops (5 mins) to Henry Street which is the North city's major shopping area, 3 stops from O'Connell street (8 mins) which is the official city centre, 4 stops from Dublin's first main inter country train station and Dublin's main bus station (10/12 mins). In the other direction, we're one stop from the National Museum of Ireland (5 mins) and 2 stops from Dublin's second major inter country train station (8 mins) . If you want to visit Temple Bar (main centre for bars and restaurants - very touristy) or shop on the south cities more elegant Grafton Street, hop off at Henry Street, walk across the river Liffey and you're into Temple Bar. Go straight through, turn left and right and you're onto Grafton Street. The square is a 10 minute walk to Henry Street lower through the famous fruit market, 15/20 minute to O'Connell Street. The most flexible way to see the city is the Dublin bike scheme. There are 2 stations in the square and you can purchase a 3 day card at the dock itself with a credit card for a very reasonable rate. Simply take a bike and drop it off at another dock. There are loads of docks splattered around the city. If you want to rent a car at the airport, we've a car space in the under ground car park and will provide you with a remote control for the car park gate. Dublin's bus tours start in the square which is a great way to see the city if you've limited time or just want to get your bearings! We're about 20 minutes by taxi from Dublin airport or 40/50 minutes (depending on traffic) by airport bus (drops you off in O'Connell street, from where you'll take the tram 3 stops) Smithfield Market was laid out in the mid 17th century as a marketplace. Until its renovation in the early 21st Century, the square was lined with inner city 'farm yards' housing livestock. In 1964 Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor spent time here, as Burton worked on the film set in Smithfield for the film adaptation of John le Carré's novel The Spy Who Came in from the Cold. Smithfield featured as Checkpoint Charlie in the movie. Smithfield was rejuvenated under the HARP (Historic Area Rejuvenation Plan). An architectural competition was held and won by McGarry NiEanaigh Architects in 1997. The restoration involved lifting more than (phone number hidden) and twenty-year-old cobblestones, cleaning them by hand and re-laying them. Contemporary architecture and twelve 26.5 metre gas lighting masts, each with a 2-metre flame, now flank the square. Although the flames are rarely lit, the lighting mast shades can at times be seen in different colours, reflecting cultural events throughout the year. For example, they change (email hidden) shade as part of St Patrick's Day celebrations. The square was used to hold several concerts after its renovation but these were discontinued following complaints from local residents. Although the site has not developed as a 'Western IFSC' as had been originally anticipated (in reference to the city's main financial hub to the east and its related significant 'white-collar professional' residential zones), the plaza is providing a convenient through route for local residents as well as for a number of professionals and users of a range of court and legal-related services and buildings in the area. These range from the Prison Probation Services through to the Family Court and the Law Society of Ireland, amongst others, with Smithfield and Smithfield Market situated in convenient proximity to Dublin's legal/prosecution hub of The Four Courts. Guest AccessApartment has everything as we live in it and just rent it out when we're away. Apt has ... - Bath / Shower - Boiler (heats water morning and night) - Convection Heating (rarely use as apt is quite warm) - Cooker - Microwave - Washing Machine - Fridge - WIFI - Cable TV - Alarm (never use it) Outside the apt in the complex, you have full access to all common areas including 2 roof gardens and a central court yard garden as well as car park with a car park space if you need it. Interaction with GuestsI'm always available via phone, email and generally use (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) to communicate whilst you are here. I'll arrange and meet you either at the airport or here if I'm in the country but i arrange with my friend if I'm not. The NeighborhoodWe live in a 50 apartment complex in the middle of Dublin's Smithfield Market. Area is famous for it's horse market which used to be monthly but now only twice yearly. Neighbourhood is a mix of locals, back packers, students and tourists and has been the destination of choice for Dublin's bohemians with artists, musicians choosing the area for inspiration. The area is safe but every tourist is a target for thieves in any city so just be careful. Smithfield is Dublin's central court district and you'll see judges, lawyers, solicitors and plenty of unsavoury characters during the weekdays. The hostel chain "Generator" is located in the square and brings a nice mix of back packers. The Jameson Distillery brings loads of tourists each day. The Dublin tour bus actually starts at the bottom of the square and ends at the Jameson Distillery. Getting AroundSmithfield Square is on the red tram line ('LUAS'). We're 2 stops (5 mins) to Henry Street which is the North city's major shopping area, 3 stops from O'Connell street (8 mins) which is the official city centre, 4 stops from Dublin's first main inter country train station and Dublin's main bus station (10/12 mins). In the other direction, we're one stop from the National Museum of Ireland (5 mins) and 2 stops from Dublin's second major inter country train station (8 mins) . If you want to visit Temple Bar (main centre for bars and restaurants - very touristy) or shop on the south cities more elegant Grafton Street, hop off at Henry Street, walk across the river Liffey and you're into Temple Bar. Go straight through, turn left and right and you're onto Grafton Street. The square is a 10 minute walk to Henry Street lower through the famous fruit market, 15/20 minute to O'Connell Street. The most flexible way to see the city is the Dublin bike scheme. There are 2 stations in the square and you can purchase a 3 day card at the dock itself with a credit card for a very reasonable rate. Simply take a bike and drop it off at another dock. There are loads of docks splattered around the city. If you want to rent a car at the airport, we've a car space in the under ground car park and will provide you with a remote control for the car park gate. Dublin's bus tours start in the square which is a great way to see the city if you've limited time or just want to get your bearings! We're about 20 minutes by taxi from Dublin airport or 40/50 minutes (depending on traffic) by airport bus (drops you off in O'Connell street, from where you'll take the tram 3 stops) Other Things to NoteSmithfield Market was laid out in the mid 17th century as a marketplace. Until its renovation in the early 21st Century, the square was lined with inner city 'farm yards' housing livestock. In 1964 Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor spent time here, as Burton worked on the film set in Smithfield for the film adaptation of John le Carré's novel The Spy Who Came in from the Cold. Smithfield featured as Checkpoint Charlie in the movie. Smithfield was rejuvenated under the HARP (Historic Area Rejuvenation Plan). An architectural competition was held and won by McGarry NiEanaigh Architects in 1997. The restoration involved lifting more than (phone number hidden) and twenty-year-old cobblestones, cleaning them by hand and re-laying them. Contemporary architecture and twelve 26.5 metre gas lighting masts, each with a 2-metre flame, now flank the square. Although the flames are rarely lit, the lighting mast shades can at times be seen in different colours, reflecting cultural events throughout the year. For example, they change (email hidden) shade as part of St Patrick's Day celebrations. The square was used to hold several concerts after its renovation but these were discontinued following complaints from local residents. Although the site has not developed as a 'Western IFSC' as had been originally anticipated (in reference to the city's main financial hub to the east and its related significant 'white-collar professional' residential zones), the plaza is providing a convenient through route for local residents as well as for a number of professionals and users of a range of court and legal-related services and buildings in the area. These range from the Prison Probation Services through to the Family Court and the Law Society of Ireland, amongst others, with Smithfield and Smithfield Market situated in convenient proximity to Dublin's legal/prosecution hub of The Four Courts.
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    Good
    28 reviews
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    • Wifi
    The SpaceThe apartment is very nice and cozy and you will feel very comfortable like at home. Guest AccessGuests will be able to use the common areas of the apartment such as living room and kitchen if it´s needed. The kitchen is well equiped if you want to cook your own food. - Oven at the moment is not available, however there is a microwave. Interaction with GuestsI will be always available to help you with everything you need even if I´m not in Dublin at the moment of the reservation The NeighborhoodIt is a nice and quiet are to stay in Dublin since it is very close to many touristic points.
    Home/Apartment
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceThere are two bedrooms respectively furnished with double bed and a large living room with a comfortable double sofa bed accommodating 2 people. The apartment is newly renovated and refurbished. Also, babies can be accommodate in a travel coat. The kitchen is fully equipped with a microwave, a stove/hob, toaster, a fridge and washing machine. There is a very recently renovated bathroom, clean and very nice. Secure underground Parking is available Guest AccessThere is a FREE great high speed WIFI connection provided to insure all guests can connect to internet while staying at the property. Hair dryer, iron and linens are provided. There is a Tennis Court in the complex accessible to the guests. Interaction with GuestsI will be welcoming you at your arrival. There are maps of Dublin and I will explain all about where to go and visit while staying in Dublin. If there is any question or help needed, you can contact me and I would be more than happy to help. The NeighborhoodThe apartment is situated in Smithfield area that is a central point for the city, there is a public square, formerly an open market, now officially called Smithfield Plaza, but known locally as Smithfield Square or Smithfield Market. Notable landmarks include the Old Jameson Whiskey Distillery and the Observation Tower. Getting AroundThe apartment is located just 4 min walking from the Tram Stop that would bring to city center which would be the second stop. Walking to town it would take approx 15 minutes. The apartment is nearby Jameson Distillery and approx 20 min walk from Guinness Storehouse.
    Home/Apartment
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Parking
    Clifden Court is a superior development of riverside apartments in central Dublin. Within walking distance of Grafton Street, O'Connell Street, St. Stephens Green, Heuston Station and The Phoenix Park. The apartment is a five minure walk from the National Museum of Ireland. Just up the road is The Brazen Head, Ireland's oldest pub which is well worth a visit for both its historical value and reputation as one of Dublin's best Irish music venues. Phoenix Park is a ten minute walk away, the Phoenix Park at 707 hectares (1752 acres) is one of the largest enclosed recreational spaces within any European capital city. If you have a hire car this place is perfect as there is free parking provided in the undergroung carpark. There is a great choice of pubs and restaurants close by with plenty of choice for evening entertainment. Situated just metres away from the nearest Luas stop in Smithfield, you can take the tram to either Connelly or Heuston train station. Just across the road is the famous Guinness Brewery. five minute walk away is the Jameson Distillery. With a fully equipped kitchen offering everything that a person could need, there is a local convenience store just metres away and supermarkets a short walk away. These apartments are also a ten minute walk from the heart of the Northside’s shopping district, located on Henry Street, offering some of Europe’s most fashionable shops. Comfortable and great value for money, this Dublin apartment is a welcome alternative to a hotel. Whether you are staying for business or pleasure, this will be your home away from home. Apartment Facilities: shower facilities Dining table and chairs Full kitchen Wi-fi Iron and ironing boards Microwave Oven Hob Refrigerator TV Washer/Dryer Dishwasher General Facilities: Car parking Internet Access Towels Secure entry system Business Facilities: Wi-fi On Luas line to IFSC Free Car Park saving you €15 per night in Dublin.
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    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceThe room is nice and bright with a comfortable double bed. There is hanging space in the wardrobe and a chest of drawers. We provide fresh towels and bedding. The bathroom is shared but very close to the bedroom and clean and bright with electric shower. Guest AccessYou are welcome to use the kitchen and if staying for an extended period we can organise washing machine access (please note though there is no tumble dryer). We have high speed unlimited broadband and there is an open fire in the living room which you are also welcome to use. There is also a small outside decked area that you are more than welcome to use in the warmer weather. Interaction with GuestsWe (my fiance Enda and I) live in the house. We both work during the day so the house will be empty from early in the morning until mid afternoon. We know Dublin well and will be very happy to chat with our guests and offer advice and information on Dublin. I work in the theatre so can particularly offer advice on cultural events if this is of interest. We will do our best to accommodate any particular needs and requests, although would appreciate advance notice of anything unusual. The NeighborhoodStoneybatter/ Arbour Hill is a fantastic area, close to the city centre and with many attractions in the nearby vicinity. These include Phoenix Park, Guiness Brewery, Jameson Distillery, Irish Museum of Modern Art and Lighthouse Cinema. There are also some lovely, pubs, restaurants and cafes in and around stoneybatter itself and we'll be happy to give recommendations. Getting AroundThe house is an easy 20-25 minute stroll into the centre of the city. We are next to the red LUAS (tram) line and close to several bus routes. We are also 10 minutes away from Heuston station for anyone wishing to travel further afield. There is free parking available in the square. The house is around 20-30 minutes drive from the airport.