Set at the heart of a wild garden and surrounded by pastures, wild fields, fruit trees, and old native woods, the cabin is self-contained and wonderfully private. At 172 sq' (16 metres square), the cabin is small, warmly insulated, and can sleep 2 comfortably. A comfy bed and a large sunny deck with fantastic views of Dublin Bay make this an ideal spot to relax, just minutes away from Dublin City. The location is ideal for visiting South Dublin & County Wicklow, but best for visitors with a car.
The cabin is on a hillside, on the outskirts of South County Dublin and as such, there could be wild rabbits, foxes and deer, as well as nettles, ticks, muddy spots, slippery rocks, high things you could fall off of, and similar outdoor hazards. You should be in reasonably good physical shape, wear appropriate shoes, and have good common sense about things to do (and NOT do) in the countryside.
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Our friends claim we're always hosting get-togethers, and we do really enjoy having guests, and yet, I think of myself as a private person. My partner and I have two sons (aged 9 & 13) so we spend a lot of our time parenting, as well as looking after the market garden. Before settling in Dublin I lived in New York, and although I've travelled through much of Europe and North America, I've yet to make it to Asia. (Japan features prominently on my to-do list, so please share your suggestions, if you have any). I'm a very independent traveller and while we like to meet new people and enjoy having visitors, we also tend to attract guests who value the farm for the creative freedom it offers. I was lucky enough to be chosen as a Fellow of the Edward Albee Foundation, so I've tried hard to recreate the vibe of a creative retreat. I hope you find our hillside farm as comfortable, cozy and inspiring as I do!