The James Joyce

North circular road, Dublin 7
Sleeps: 6Bedrooms: 1Bathrooms: 1
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The James Joyce
North circular road, Dublin 7

The James Joyce: Dublin

Luxury Dublin city self-catering apartment in a beautiful red brick Victorian building on a tree lined street.

Conveniently located within easy access of Dublin's trendy Temple Bar area, Phoenix Park, the Botanic Gardens, Trinity College & the famous Guiness store, this Dublin rental is within a short stroll of Dublin's public transport network.

This charming apartment has been lovingly restored retaining lots of the original features to provide a classic and extremely luxurious stay. There is a fully equipped kitchen and dining area that will cater for six and the bathroom is spacious and modern.

There is a major supermarket within a five minute walk and the local pub offers traditional Irish music.

A welcome pack with the basics such as bread and milk will help get you on arrival.

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February 2019

Had a great stay here. Liam and Fiona were great hosts, respond quickly to any questions through email, and gave great recommendations of things to do in Dublin. Not too far from the Guinness Storehouse. Relatively quiet location and a quick taxi or bus ride to city center Dublin. About a 30 minute walk as well.

January 2019

Liam and Fiona’s apartment is in a great location. We could walk to the zoo in the Phoenix Park, shop in stores that were just around the corner, and hop on a bus downtown from right outside our door. It was quiet at night, and the beds were very comfortable. The apartment was sparkling clean and very comfortable. The shower was great. Highly recommend!
January 2019

The property is beautiful, just outside the centre, 3km to walk. Property has everything you need & very clean. Extra pull out bed in lounge no so comfy so if going as a group of six you may want to choose wisely. Local facilities 2 mins away (shop/Chinese/bar). Lovely to stay with friends all together.
March - 2017
Fabulous place (James Joyce unit)

The James Joyce Apartment was everything we hoped for.

We were a group of 6 and found the apartment comfortable and big enough for all of us. The kitchen was fully equipped and all the electronics and facilities were well maintained. Everything was as stated, it was very tidy and there even was a bowl of fruit and a baguette awaiting us on arrival. It as lovely seeing the books and pictures of James Joyce in the apartment, too. Although the owners could not meet us in person, they were very welcoming and made sure we had everything we needed.

Although the apartment is situated on a semi-busy road, it was very quiet in the neighbourhood and we felt perfectly safe. There are a couple of bus lines near, but we walked most of the time, which took us about 30min to the city centre. Furthermore, a Tesco and a couple of pubs are near, so everything you need for a stay in Dublin.

While in Dublin, you should check out the Dublin Writer's Museum (great overview about the lifes of writers such as Joyce, Wilde, Beckett etc., which fits in with the apartments as well). If you like to see a bit of the countryside, Killiney Hill is quite near (take the DART line towards Bray) and hiking there is super relaxing. You can also visit the James Joyce Tower near Dalkey, where you find a small museum (for free) and also a bathing place.

I would always come back and definitely recommend the Glencourt apartments to friends and family. Hopefully, we will be able to come back to Dublin in the near future.
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