We had an great time exploring Dublin. 9 Grafton Street Apartments The apartments were very comfortable in a fantastic location with easy access to all the sights as well as supermarkets and restaurants. The kitchen was well equipped and it was easy to prepare meals to eat in. Katie and Riona were friendly and nothing was too much trouble going out of their way to ensure that we had a hassle free stay. I would highly recommend the apartments and would not hesitate to stay their on our next trip to Dublin.
C'est encore la solution la plus agréable. Pouvoir profiter d'une certaine intimité est particulièrement agréable durant les grandes vacances, ne pas avoir à partager son lieu de vie, prendre l'apéro dans un jardin privatif, au soleil, rien de tel pour vivre des moments des plus agréables. Et quand on s'y prend suffisamment bien, ce n'est pas forcément plus cher que d'opter pour un hôtel, voire même pour un camping.
These holiday home rentals are owned by individuals who have lavished a large amount of care and attention on the properties and a holiday in someones private home is far superior to staying in a hotel. Villa, house, cabin, condo, cottage, gite, flat or apartment hire is now a very popular way of having a holiday. Low cost airline flights have made villa holidays a cheaper and more pleasant alternative to staying in hotels.

This property is in a perfect location, just a 5 min drive or 15-20 minute walk from the old town and beaches and a 5 min walk to a lidl and mercadona supermarket. The villa is in a private little area accessible only through the properties surrounding the pool. On street parking was always available outside. Everything you need inside: washing machine, dishwasher, fully equipped kitchen, outside seating front and back of the property, clothes airer, fan, smart tv, dvd player (no HDMI cable so couldn't use it but logged into our netflix account. Joan Marc said it may have gone when the new tv arrived so he will get a new one), wifi. The area is beautiful with the ruins, small and beautiful medieval town, the old town and further along a busier more touristy area but still not massively commercialised. In the surrounding area there are waterparks, watersports, stunning beaches within short driving distance (Montgo). Parking in the area is great, mostly free on the streets, near beaches and free car parks - small areas are pay for parking but mostly in the old town area so makes driving more accessible. The ting ting train runs all the time and is great if you walk along to any of the towns/beaches then don't want to walk back :) One minor downside was that on arrival at the property at 9pm saturday night there had been a misunderstanding with the cleaner and our arrival date so we had no towels or bedding but the lovely man who let us in; Josep couldn't do enough to help and we got some blankets and towels (too hot for anything more than a sheet luckily). We emailed the owner Joan Marc who was abroad himself but he replied very quickly and had a cleaner round first thing in the morning and then the lady who dealt with the bedding and towels arrived and sorted all of that out, he also offered an additional clean if we wanted it in the week but we didn't feel it was necessary, we were just happy it was all sorted so quickly and we could enjoy our holiday.
Whether it's juicy olives and sun-ripened tomatoes, fresh-caught fish or hand-cured meats, you'll find them all in Majorca's bustling markets - as well as a great selection of handicrafts and souvenirs. Most markets in Majorca take place in the morning and go on until about 1.30pm - get there early if you want to avoid the crowds! Find out more about local markets in our Majorca resort guide.
We had an great time exploring Dublin. 9 Grafton Street Apartments The apartments were very comfortable in a fantastic location with easy access to all the sights as well as supermarkets and restaurants. The kitchen was well equipped and it was easy to prepare meals to eat in. Katie and Riona were friendly and nothing was too much trouble going out of their way to ensure that we had a hassle free stay. I would highly recommend the apartments and would not hesitate to stay their on our next trip to Dublin.
The figure in France is also fairly high: approximately 10% of all the housing stock is a holiday or second home, but the majority of these are owned by French. There are approximately 300,000 homes, or 1% of the total housing stock which are the property of owners from abroad. Of this percentage 28% are owned by British owners, 14% Italian, 10% Belgian, 8% Dutch, 3% Spanish and 3% American.[10]

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