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The Cottage Dublin

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The Cottage, with its two foot thick walls, has stood here for over 200 years looking down over the City boundaries, Dublin Bay and beyond.

There are two bedrooms, a double and a single, a shower room and a fully equipped kitchen / living area.

For very young visitors to the Cottage there is a Cot and a High Chair available and, of course, linen, towels, etc. are there for you.

Electric heating throughout keeps The Cottage cosy and warm when there is a chill in the air.

The Cottage is a great place from which to explore. There are no less than nine golf courses within 8 kilometres of the cottage. The LUAS tram running to the City Centre is only a few minutes’ drive away. The Cottage is also very easy to reach from Dublin Airport, the National Motorway Network and the Ferry Ports.

At The Cottage you can relax in its private garden or take a stroll through our woodland walk and take in the stupendous mountain and sea views. Inside, The Cottage is bright and airy and fully equipped with everything that you could need, including a small "Welcome Pack".

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The Cottage Dublin, Sleeps 3

4.9
out of 5
Ratings from 14 reviews
100% of guests
recommend
Cleanliness
5.0
Comfort
4.9
Condition
5.0
Location
5.0
Value
4.6
Customer
Service
5.0

Latest Review - September 2019

The Cottage is in the perfect base for exploring the towns and countryside around County Dublin and County Wicklow, plus Dublin city itself. It’s comfortable and very well equipped, with gorgeous views out across Dublin bay (and Howard has kindly prepared a ‘ship spotting’ guide, so you know what you’re watching from the terrace - bring your binoculars!) There’s so much to do, you need a good 10 days there. Hilary and Howard gave us a warm welcome, including some essentials for when we arrived (very tasty scones!). If you happen to be a bowler, bring your bowls and get in touch with Shankill b...more