Grafton Street Apartments
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Grafton Street is one of our finest locations, located opposite Trinity College’s Provost house at the beginning of one of the two biggest shopping streets in Dublin (the other one being Henry Street, located in Dublin 1 nearby Parnell Street).
This pedestrian street connects College Green (North) to Saint Stephen’s Green (South), it is well famous in Dublin for its street artist (musicians, mimes and poets) that offer a lively attraction during sunny days.
World famous ‘Book of Kell’s’ rest only 200 meters away & Dublin’s National Museums are located less than 10 minutes walk from your door, including the National History Museum, National Gallery of Ireland, National Archeology Museum and National Library (for further details.
The rich cultural heritage of this area is not only the highlight of Grafton Street, the nearby streets have lively pubs, restaurants, clubs and shops (Dame Street, South William Street…).
Grafton Street used to be the home of famous Molly Malone that has now moved to Saints Andrew’s Street (less than 2 minutes walk).
Area is known to be one of the most attractive areas of Dublin but should not stop you from discovering the outskirts of the city with the help of the public transport:
-Bus: 8, 25, 25a, 25b, 27, 32, 33, 37, 38, 38a, 39, 39a, 41, 44, 46e, 61, 65b, 66, 67, 69, 70, 116, 118, 145
-Luas (Tramway) Green Line is located approximately 5 minutes walk from the apartment along Saint Stephen’s Green park.
-Tara Street Dart (Light rail) station located 10 minutes walk will offer you the possibility to discover the outskirts of Dublin
WHAT YOU CAN’T MISS - Book of Kell - The Book of Kells will bring an important bit of history to your visit in Dublin! It is Ireland's greatest cultural treasure and the world's most famous medieval manuscript. The 9th century book is a richly decorated copy of the four Gospels of the life of Jesus Christ. The Book of Kells has been on display in the Old Library at Trinity College Dublin from the mid-19th century, and attracts over 500,000 visitors a year. The Book of Kells Exhibition is open 7 days a week and explains you the history of the book, its authors and the meaning of the characters. -WHERE TO GO FOR FOOD & DRINKS - Café en Seine Discover this epicentre of Parisian culture and creativity right on Dawson St Dublin. Featuring a daily menu with delicious soups, gourmet sandwiches, hot dishes and an excellent selection of coffees and yummy pastries, Café en Seine is the perfect place to relax, read the paper and enjoy a delightful time. Its stunning interior in an opulent art deco style leaves anyone with the mouth open. By night, Cafe en Seine turns into one of Dublin’s most stylish bars offering an extensive range of cocktails and beers and great music entertainment. -WORTH A VISIT - Irish Whiskey Museum - Located across from the main entrance of Trinity College, this is the first Irish Museum in the world. If you visit this museum, you will learn a lot about the history of this famous drink. The Museum offers a whisky tasting for its guests.