Wellington Quay Apartments
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Wellington Quay apartments are located along the Liffey on the edge of Temple Bar offering you the lively life of the Temple Bar pubs and the calm of th river Liffey.
All these apartments have been refurbished (summer 2015) to a high standard and with specialised eco friendly solar panel system and offer modern central heating, high speed broadband, large dining/living room area, beautiful view of the nearby river and as most modern building work for the most part with eco-friendly power (solar panels).
The Quays are the perfect place to discover the city as you can enjoy the walk up to O’Connel brige from where you will be able to access Trinity College, Grafton Street and, Dublin’s most famous park, Saint Stephen’s Green. Dublin’s Castle and Christ Church’s Cathedrale are also both within walking distance.
You will also be able to walk to all the National Museums located in Dublin 2 (National history museum, National art gallery..).
Nearby public transport will also give you the possibility to commute in and out of the city:
-Bus: 25, 25a, 25b, 26, 66, 66a, 66b, 67
-Luas (Tramway) Green line is located approximately 15 minutes walk
-Tara Street Dart (Light rail) station located 10 minutes walk will offer you the possiblity to discover the outskirts of Dublin
WHAT YOU CAN’T MISS - Kilmainham Gaol - Kilmainham Gaol is a former prison located in Kilmainham in Dublin, which is now a museum. It has been run since the mid-1980s by the Office of Public Works (OPW), an Irish Government agency. Kilmainham Gaol played an important part in Irish history, as many leaders of Irish rebellions were imprisoned and some executed in the prison by the British. Leaders of the rebellions of 1798, 1803, 1848, 1867 and 1916 were detained here. If for no other reason, Kilmainham Gaol would be remarkable for being the biggest unoccupied gaol in these islands. -WHERE TO GET FOOD AND DRINKS - The Mezz - Set in the heart of Temple bar, Mezz Bar is the perfect spot to explore Dublin nightlife. Live music and free entry seven nights a week are guaranteed! The Mezz is very popular among locals and tourists mostly because of its live music. Every night of the week you'll find on the famous Mezz stage some of Ireland's most eclectic and talented musicians. From Blues to metal, rock, alternative and reggae, The Mezz has it all. Feeling peckish? The Mezz offers tasty food at great prices, so you can also stop by for a great lunch or dinner. - WORTH A VISIT - Iveagh Gardens - Designed by Ninian Niven, in 1865, The Iveagh Gardens are among the finest and least known of Dublin's parks and gardens. The gardens display a diverse collection of landscape features, which include rustic grottos, sunken formal panels of lawn with fountain centerpieces, wilderness, woodlands, a maze, a rosarium, an American garden, archery grounds and rockeries.