We are a small busy family with a friendly trained dog. The house is mostly quiet, comfortable and bright and always clean. We are 7 minutes walk to the train station, 10 minutes by train to Dublin city center.
The 27A bus is at the top of the road and will bring you into Dublin city in 10 minutes.
The 31D bus is 4 minutes walk away and brings you to the door of DCU.
We live near the east coast of Dublin and to walk to the coast it will take 15 minutes and if you take the walk through Saint Anne's park to the seafront you won't regret it, it is a beautiful park and an enjoyable walk, great for photography!
Dublin Airport is 15 minutes by car away from the house. We are near Eastpoint business park, two stops on the train, a five minute journey.
The infamous Rose Gardens at St Anne's park, Howth, Portmarnock and Malahide, DIT, DCU, Trinity College, UCD, and all English language schools and colleges in Dublin city center. We live along the dart-line (train line) so easy quick access to the city, south Dublin, North county Dublin and Co Wicklow.
There is a single private room with a comfortable single bed, a wardrobe and bedside locker. The room looks out onto the large rear garden with trees and greenery, an old disconnected barrel sauna, a large trampoline, the back of the house is not overlooked and is private and quiet.
The SOFA BED is in the living room where we sometimes watch tv and relax when we get a chance, this room is available for 1 person. This can be available for as little as 2 nights and is ideal for anyone on a quick visit to Dublin or a stop-over while waiting for a flight/ferry, if you need it for a longer stay just ask. The room is very peaceful, comfortable and warm and the largest in the house and only becomes 100% the guests between 9pm and the following morning.
The twin room has two comfortable single beds, bedside locker, chair, bin and wardrobe.
Our neighborhood is reasonably quiet and safe and Raheny village has shops, post office, banks, libraries where students from schools and colleges in the area study, pubs, hairdressers, pharmacies and is a 5 minute walk away. I offer transfer to and from Dublin airport for thirty euro a lesser fee than a taxi who have charged some guests fifty euros for one pick up. If you are flying into Dublin airport late at night I recommend getting a taxi to my house because public transport stops operating around 23.20 and if you miss the last dart or bus I cannot collect you. I prefer if guests do not hang out in the house all day as there is a lot to explore no matter what the weather is like!