We spent four nights in this apartment which can accommodate four people. There were only two of us, so we found the apartment very spacious. It was the most expensive of our accommodation in Ireland during an 18 day trip, but this may be because it was priced for four people, it was in Dublin and it included the (obviously very popular) weekend. The apartment is convenient to the 747 bus which goes to and from Dublin Airport (about 10 minutes level walk from the closest 747 bus stops). It's very close to the Smithfield Tram (Luas) stop and you can buy individual trip tickets on the platform machines using the interactive map, if you haven't bought a travel pass. It is a short tram ride to the sights of Central Dublin. There is a Centra Store a few minutes walk away, with long opening hours, for basic groceries etc. There are also many restaurants and cafes nearby. The apartment, which is on the second floor (up two flights of stairs), was bright and airy, with large, windows that could be opened in hot weather. The apartment has a washing machine, but it runs on the hot water supply, for both washing and rinsing, so it is suitable for clothes that can be washed at high temperatures (e.g. about 60oC or more). Michael is a friendly host and goes out of his way to welcome you to the apartment.
For me, as an older person, the several flights of stairs made this apartment less than ideal. However, that wouldn't be an issue for lots of people.The apartment itself was pretty comfortable but not particularly inviting. I have no idea what apartments to rent cost in Dublin, but this one cost over $180/night which seemed a bit high for what we got.