The Library - one of 2 main rooms in the flat - your living room complete with sofa/day bed for lounging, reading or watching Netflix on the screen.205 year old Collier's House - your own private entrance.
Cosy Georgian flat in Ranelagh
Cosy Georgian flat in Ranelagh

Colliers House is just off the main street in bustling Ranelagh. It is a 20 minute, very pretty walk to the city centre. You have your own private entrance from the street.


The upstairs of a 200 year old house with it's own totally separate front door and entirely self contained. The flat is situated half way down a lane with a country feel whilst being just off Ranelagh main street.
Everything here was custom built for Collier's House, from the nautical kitchen to the book lined library. Both main rooms have dual aspect windows making it a happy bright place to be.
There is an abundance of restaurants, bars and shops all 2 minutes from the door. Strolling into the city centre by way of Leeson Street and Stephen's Green brings you through some of the most picturesque areas of Georgian Dublin.
The flat can very comfortably sleep up to 2 adults.


Own entrance front door leads to small hallways and the a spiral staircase leads you upstairs.
The flat has all mod cons.


2 week minimum stay.


The house is a 200 year old Georgian conversion.
It is now in two fully separate apartments but as it's so old there is some 'living' noise audible between places. I suppose the only real rule is to be respectful of the space and neighbours. It's a quiet house, not one for a party.
One more - please don't run the washer or dryer after 9pm or early AM at the weekends as the vibrations can be disturbing to the downstairs tenant :)



I stayed on the upstairs apartment of Ali's Georgian house for a month. I'm currently on a round-the-world trip and this was by far my favorite Airbnb of everywhere I've stayed! The house is down a quiet alley just off the main street in Ranelagh so you'll get peace and quiet at home but be just around the corner from amazing restaurants and pubs. The apartment itself was cozy and relaxing. It was beautifully decorated, had shelves full of books in the living room and a fully equipped kitchen. I did lots of cooking and never felt like I was missing anything. Ali stocked the fridge with milk, eggs, bread, butter and jam upon arrival. She also left some cookies and cereal. It was nice to wake up my first day there to have breakfast and coffee without a trip to the store... and the beers she left for the night I arrived. She was a delight of a host during the entire stay. I can't say enough good things about the neighborhood, too. Every local person I spoke to said it was one of the best if not the best neighborhood in Dublin. I will be returning to Dublin soon and can't wait to stay at Ali's again!

Ali was an amazing host, who also had great communication. The flat was well appointed and in a fantastic location. The street itself was quite and within one block of great pubs and restaurants. We walked every day into the city, which was a short 20 minute walk, with great coffee shops on the way. We had two people staying at the flat and there were plenty of grocery stores within 2-3 blocks for easy access and cooking in the home. When we arrived, we were greeted by Ali's dad, who was great and helped show us around. There was a fantastic bottle of wine and chocolates waiting, which was a very nice touch. The bed itself was very comfortable and a great retreat from the city. The TV has an easy access USB to watch movies and was a great place to relay. The back patio is a wonderful place to have a cup of coffee and read a book. I would HIGHLY recommend staying in this great place in Dublin. Easy access to everything or nothing, depending on the vacation you would like! Thanks Ali for such a great place!
Thank YOU Lauren for the lovely review.

Ali was awesome. She communicated great with me via email and always replied quickly. The place was great. So cozy, safe and right there in the middle of a great part of town. Easy to get to the city center too.

One of the nicest AirBnB experiences I've ever had. The flat was perfect with a lot of attention paid to detail. The kitchen and bathroom were fully appointed with plenty of cooking utensils, clean towels, soap, food in the fridge...everything you need. I arrived from London with a terrible case of food poisoning so the brown bread and tea were a lifesaver! The location is also great, right in the Ranelagh village with it's shops and restaurants. If you're not familiar with Dublin, this is one of the nicest neighborhoods.

Ali was the perfect host! From the moment I arrived I felt at home and empowered to explore the beautiful surrounding neighborhood. The interior was chic and cozy, great for relaxing at the end of the day. The complimentary bottle of wine made the rainier days a bit less rainy. I would recommend Ali's flat to anyone looking to explore a bit outside of the main areas of Dublin. It's the perfect way to experience life in Dublin.

Our stay in Ali's Ranelagh flat was great! Ali was super fast to correspond and to answer questions, and friendly and bright in person. The flat itself was comfy and in a try great location. Ranelagh is full of restaurants and pubs, and we were able to walk everywhere we wanted to go. If we are lucky enough to be able to visit Dublin again, we will definitely look to stay here again!

The flat in Ranelagh was easily one of the best Airbnb experiences I have had. First off, the pictures really don't do it justice. The flat is so cozy and cute. It really felt like we were staying at friend's apartment. Second, it was incredibly clean when we arrived. I usually warn people using Airbnb that they can't have the same expectations as a hotel, but I would say this was cleaner than many hotels. Ranelagh itself is a great little village and we spent a lot of time there. We even left city centre around 9:30 on NYE to go back and finish the night in Ranelagh (ending with hilarious conversation in the line of Luigi's late-night (hint: get the garlic sauce with your pizza). We did not get to meet Ali, but she communicated very well throughout the trip. We did meet her father, Desmond, who was delightful. They also left for us many great treats and essentials to get started after an overnight flight. If you are worried this is too far from city centre, don't be. We were there in December and still walked into town. The tram is also close and easy. Five star experience all around. I would return to Dublin just to stay here.

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