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About Highfield Park
Dublin is Ireland's capital and largest city. It serves as a modern and historical hub for Irish education, arts and culture, administration, and industry. The city was classified as a global city by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC) in 2018, with a ranking of "Alpha minus," placing it among the top thirty cities in the world.
Highfield Park is a student housing in Dublin that offers ensuites and studios. The ensuites come in different styles, including Classic Ensuite, Deluxe Ensuite, and Gatehouse Ensuite. As for the studios, they come in three styles: Classic Studio, Premium Studio, and Twin-Bed Studio. In addition to the previously mentioned, the building offers standard rooms. All room types feature a small double bed, an ensuite bathroom, a study desk and a chair, and plenty of storage.
The residence offers various facilities and services. They include high-speed Wi-Fi, CCTV, all-inclusive bills, 24/7 support, and on-site laundry. Other services include a dining room, a sports courtyard, a gym, a study room, a fitness studio, a TV area, a games area, a communal kitchen, a coffee station, a cinema room, on-site maintenance, bike storage, contents insurance, post and parcel services, wellbeing events, and communal spaces. Many people worry about the living costs in Dublin for international students, but we assure you this is a perfect choice.
The property is located at N Circular Road, only a short drive from Dublin city centre. It is surrounded by many lively and exciting locations, including eatery spots, entertainment venues, and other places of interest. If you’d like to have a taste of Irish food, The Vintage Kitchen restaurant is nearby and it serves classic Irish fare in a cozy setting. Boojum Abbey Street is another nearby restaurant offering Mexican cuisine dishes including burritos and tacos in a Mexican-themed space. If you’re craving a mouth-watering pizza, Angelina's Restaurant and Del is a short walk from the residence and it serves delicious Italian plates including pasta and pizza in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. When you need to do some grocery shopping, Tesco Express supermarket is just a few minutes away and it offers plenty of products for reasonable prices to cater to your needs. Before you set off for your busy day on campus, we suggest you go for a refreshing morning walk at Blessington Street Park (The Basin) where you can enjoy the spacious greenery and the exquisite views. Over the weekend, you may go on a night out with your friends and watch the latest box office movies at Cineworld Cinema Dublin. You may also choose to go on a shopping spree at Moore Street Mall where you can find lots of shops, stores, and boutiques. Another thing you can do during the weekend is be a tourist for the day and visit the National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History where you can see many artefacts and learn all about the military history of the country.
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Dublin City University is a 14-minute ride from the building and Technological University Dublin is a seven-minute walk. Talbot Street, stop 621 bus station is a ten-minute ride from the property and Dame Street, Stop 1358 bus station is a 13-minute ride. Drumcondra train station is seven minutes away.
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