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The house is located in the heart of Ballsbridge. It is a 2min walk from the RDS, 10min walk to the Aviva Stadium, 1min walk to shops and restaurants in Ballsbridge, 7min drive to city centre, 20mins to the airport.
The house itself has all the modern necessaties that you would expect. It is a superb location if you are touring Dublin as it is in the Embassy belt, so 100% safe and secure, close to the city centre, lots of things to do. You won't be disappointed.
About the Owner
Languages spoken:English, French
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:July 2017
Interaction with guests:
I will be there for your arrival, with tourist maps and will be able to answer any of your questions about Dublin, things to do, places to eat etc. Depending on what you want to get out of Dublin. Look forward to meeting you and pointing you to the best places that Dublin has to offer!
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$28 / stay
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About the neighborhood
Ballsbridge is Dublin's most exclusive area. Streets such as Shrewsbury Road and Ailesbury Road boast the highest real estate prices in Ireland with asking prices of up to €50 million for a single property.
Ballsbridge History Ballsbridge Village DublinThe area is named after Balls Bridge, a three-arched cut stone bridge built over the River Dodder in 1791. Development began some fifty years later, when the Earl of Pembroke leased out his vast estates in the area and large red brick houses were built for upper class families. City politics at the time gave Ballsbridge its exclusive air: Planning regulations at the time decreed that houses for the working class were restricted to Irishtown and Ringsend to the North East of Ballsbridge.
As Ballsbridge is a central city town in Dublin, it is easy to get around. There is the DART which connects the entire bay of Dublin, so you can travel from Ballsbridge to the south of Dublin Bay (Bray) or to the north of Dublin Bay (Howth) or take it into the city centre.
There are also a lot of buses that connect Ballsbridge with the entire city. You will have a local map on arrival, so you will know how to get around.
Car not needed
How to get there
Airport: Dublin Airport : 4.3 mi
Railway: Sandymount Dart station: 1.2 mi
Ferry: Dublin port: 1.9 mi
Travelling from the airport takes about 20minutes on the Aircoach (Bus number 702) you get off at the Ballsbridge Hotel - Pembroke Road.