Dublin apt. for Halloween

Old May 23rd, 2007, 11:04 PM
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Dublin apt. for Halloween

DW and I will be in Dublin for 5 days including Halloween. I've checked all the usual sites. Does anyone have a first-person reccomendation for a centrally-located apt., or hotel w/kitchenette?
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Old May 24th, 2007, 12:12 AM
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I've posted this link already, but why don't you try the Irish Landmark Trust. They're a charity that restores and then rents out old and unique buildings - they have a couple in Dublin. www.irishlandmark.com
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Hi Tallboy

I havent stayed in these , but they might suit you, they have a look at the website, the area where they are Synge Place/Synge Street, is ok, you could walk to the city centre/St Stephens Green area in 10/15 mins.

I dont imagine you will find a hotel with a kitchenette here in Dublin.
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oops, sorry forgot to post the link

http://www.easytobook.com/en/dublin-...tments-dublin/
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