Welcome To The Neighbourhood
The property is located in Dublin 7 just off Smithfield Square on Hendrick Street, from where it draws its name. This cobblestoned quarter of Dublin is a City Centre neighbourhood renowned for Arts, Film, Theatre and Crafts. Whether you’d stay in Smithfield or venture further, you’ll never be short of things to do in Dublin.
With Dublin’s creative hub just around the corner, you never know just what you’re gonna walk in on. Farmer’s Markets teeming with local produce and handmade crafts. Street festivals and parties thereof. It’s always happening in Smithfield Square where throughout the year a variety of Street events, festivals and parties are hosted.
Smithfield is home to Brown Bag Films one of Europe’s most exciting, original and successful creative-led animation studios producing award-winning animation for the international market; Bow Street Academy, home to The Actors Studio, and The Programme, Ireland’s only full-time training resource dedicated to screen acting; Dame Fine Print, Irish Linen House and the Dark Room and the Light House Cinema, where there is always a great selection of movies with a nice mix of art-house and classic cinema.
Jameson & Guinness
Dublin’s home to some pretty iconic spirits and brews. You might’ve heard of this guy, John Jameson. A quick stroll down the road and you can get even better acquainted. As well as being a highlight of Dublin’s tourism trail, the new look Jameson Distillery Bow St. (awarded World’s Leading Distillery Tour in 2018) is fast becoming the go-to place for locals to enjoy a Jameson. There’s a fantastic range of interactive, fun and immersive experiences to enjoy including a distillery tour, a premium whiskey tasting experience, whiskey blending and cocktail making master classes and the opportunity to draw whiskey straight from a cask in Dublin’s only live maturation warehouse. One of the capital’s most truly unique event locations, the distillery is also available for private use by evening.
If you’re feeling adventurous, saunter across The Liffey to St. James’ Gate. Home of the Black Stuff, where you can take a brewery experience tour that tells the tale of Ireland’s famous stout, with tastings and a rooftop bar. One thing’s sure, Dublin will never leave you parched.