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Your seasonal spot in Dublin city centre: just €57 a week

Looking for short-term accommodation in Dublin’s docklands? You’re in luck – we’ve found the perfect spot.
Dec 3rd 2010, 1:36 PM 1,182 0

FINDING SHORT-TERM ACCOMMODATION in Dublin is difficult at the best of times – though the market has softened in recent years, with supply beginning to match and exceed demand, landlords still routinely ask for a minimum lease of 12 months and often it’s difficult to negotiate on that.

However, if you’re in need of a rustic short-term accommodation spot in Dublin in the very near future, we’ve found a spot you might need. This ad went up on Daft.ie earlier.

It even – according to its advertiser, anyway – has modern perks like central heating and wheelchair access. You can even have pets! (Click the image for a high-resolution version).

The letting agent - a certain 'Mr Plow' - also provides this gallery of the luxury spot.

Having checked with Daft.ie, we can even confirm that Mr Plow (whoever he is) did in fact pay the usual €25 fee to put the advert online.

If you're interested, you may want to investigate the option on the Daft.ie page offering help in furnishing your new pad.

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Gavan Reilly

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