This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
£314 - £732 per week - GBP 3 night min stay
Recent County Dublin property reviews
"Four friends and I stayed at the Apartment for a long weekend in mid July. The apartment was very well equipped, had a great shower and was very quiet. The location was also great, being just a 10 minute taxi from the city centre and a bus stop directly across the road. We had a great stay and would not hesitate in recommending the apartment for other."Guest: Karen Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 18, 2014View listing
"We totally enjoyed our stay and when returning to Dublin, Glen Court Apartments will be our choice lodging. Excellent location and within a short walk to grocery store and several great restaurants. Liam is an excellent host. He also arranged all of our ground transportation and his drivers were very friendly and always arrived on time. We would not hesitate to stay with Liam again."Guest: Sheryl L. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 5, 2014View listing
"We had booked in early Feb for an August stay but unfortunately had to cancel for a family reasons. We just wanted to take a moment to thank Peter for his kind and professional handling of everything up to cancelling. Great info, proactive in sharing tips and very speedy return of our deposit. We REALLY hope to try again next year and Peter will be our first destination of choice. (we didn't stay in April but had to pick a date for a worthy review)"Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: June 19, 2014View listing
"This was my second stay in two years at this apartment. For those who have never been to Dublin, I cannot stress the excellent location of this apartment enough. As soon as you walk out of the door, you're in the middle of everything. Temple Bar is just across the street via Hapenny Bridge. O'Connell Street is just around the corner. I've stayed at several hotels in Dublin and none compare to the comfort, location or quietness of this place. As an added bonus, the owner is a pleasure to deal with and has been very accomodating to our travel schedule. He provides all of the information you'll need during your stay down to the smallest detail - taking all of the guess work out of your trip. I would highly recommend this location for anyone who wants to be at the center of it all. It's beautifully furnished and having all the amenities of home is great. I loved having a washer and dryer during our stay - something few hotels or apartments offer. Thanks for having us again. I'm sure we'll be contacting about another stay soon!"Guest: Colleen Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 15, 2014View listing
Killiney Travel Tips
Staying in Ireland with Killiney Vacation Rentals
The village of Killiney, in County Dublin, Ireland is a rural suburb of Dublin that is home to many famous Irish. Though the village is just outside of the city, it's quiet, rural and dominated by nature. The place was original centered around the church from which it drew its name, 'Cill Inion Leinin,' which in English is Killiney. The ruins of the church are still in the town's center. Killiney has a long beach, some rocky coastline, and visually, the area is compared to the Bay of Naples in Italy.
Stay in Ireland Like a Native
A Killiney accommodation is easy to find with Vacation Rentals By Owner; instead of staying at a hotel, you can stay in someone's home. You can cook in the full kitchen, you can fit your whole party into one house and you don't have to tip waitstaff or deal with check-in or check-out. Killiney offers farmer's markets in the summer, as well as fishing. You can't make use of those in a hotel, but you can with a County Dublin house rental.
Who's Who and What's What in Killiney
With its closeness to Dublin combined with rural beauty, Killiney is home to many country manors, and it's a town with a lot of Irish celebrities, as well as many diplomants living in Ireland. Musicians like Bono, the Edge, Enya, and Van Morrison all make Killiney their home. For outdoor activities, there's swimming on the strand, and hiking in Killiney Hills Park. Originaly named Victoria's Park to honor the Queen on the 50th anniversary of her reign, the park's vistas offer stunning views of the coastline. From the highest point in the park, one can see all the way across the sea to the hills of Wales.