Conor M

Republic of Ireland

Conor M

If you want to improve your English in a short space of time then come to Ireland and learn English with me. I’m a fully qualified English teacher with many years teaching experience. I can cater for all levels of English, from complete beginners right up to and including professionals studying for their Cambridge English exams. I have taught Business English courses in the past to foreign speakers and I guarantee you, your English will improve massively if you stay and learn English with me.  Stay in a lovely part of South Dublin and experience a good mix of city life, and the beautiful Irish countryside. You will have your own private bathroom and a games room next to your bedroom also if you choose to stay with me.

No smoking No pets at home Children at home Private bathroom available Wifi available at home
No smoking No pets Children at home Private bathroom WiFi available


Location: Sallynoggin, Dublin | View a map of this location

Nearest airport with transfer cost: Dublin (DUB) €100

Nearest railway station: Dun Laoghaire (dart station)

Academic information

I’m currently a secondary school teacher with a PGDE and a degree in Accounting and Human Resource Management. I have been teaching for over 10 years and I’m the head Economics teacher in my local school.

I have taught English to non-native speakers for three years in Thailand, and have hosted many foreign students in the past.

Courses taught

 Family information

I live with my wife and daughter in our family home. My wife is also a teacher and normally works with young children, she is a wonderful cook and loves to travel and see other parts of Ireland in her free time.

I love all sports from Irish Gaelic football, to rugby, to boxing, and keeping fit. I also love to play pool and have a pool table in my home in a downstairs room in my house. I enjoy exploring and travelling to new places both inside and outside of Ireland. I’m also a keen chess player and run a local club in my free time.

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About the teacher’s accommodation

My home is a large 4-bedroom semi-detached home, with a private study area attached to the house. Your bedroom will also have a large private bathroom next to the room. I also have a games room with a full size pool table, darts board and large flat screen TV, which is available to students to use as they please.
My local area has shops and nearby parks within walking distance.

About the local area

Our house is situated in a lovely part of south Dublin next to Dun Laoghaire, a seaside town which has plenty of shops, bars, restaurants and parks. Dun Laoghaire pier, which is a short walk away, is a popular place for tourists and offers lovely views over Dublin Bay.
There are plenty of local excursions nearby to keep you entertained and by staying with me you will be immersed in Irish culture in a very short time. Ireland is known as the land of a hundred thousand welcomes or “cead mile failte” in Gaelic.




Museums & Libraries

There are lots of free museums and galleries in Dublin, and here are a few to whet your appetite:

  1. National History Museum also known as the “Dead Zoo” which boasts two floors of stuffed animals native to Ireland and from around the world, from the Irish Wolfhound to an African elephant this place has it all.
  2. National Art Gallery for the lovers of Art. This fabulous gallery frequently has workshops for children and adults to hone their artistic skills. The Gallery also boasts a lovely coffee shop and souvenir shop which is popular with tourists.
  3. The Lexicon Library Dun Laoghaire: Dublin’s central library which offers many great free facilities for students to improve their English with the latest Apple computers and headsets available. The library looks out over Dun Laoghaire pier and is a twenty-minute walk from my home.

Cost: Free

Glendalough Round Tower and Monastic Settlement

Situated in county Wicklow known as the garden of Ireland. Glendalough boasts a very well preserved Medieval Monastic Settlement with a beautiful lake and round tower, extremely popular tourist attraction which provides an iconic image of Ireland. This attraction is a 30-40minute drive from my house but well worth a visit.

Cost Free


Guinness Store House, St. James Gate

Description: Ireland’s most visited tourist venue.  Experience the story of the world famous stout and savour the creamiest pint of Guinness in the Gravity bar on the top floor of the brewery which offers a spectacular view over Dublin City.

Cost: €25 per adult ticket, €16 per Child ticket(13-16yrs) includes pint of Guinness or soft drink in Gravity bar.



Dun Laoghaire Pier and the “Forty Foot” in Sandycove

  • Within walking distance from my home is the beautiful picturesque town of Dun Laoghaire with shops, bars, and restaurants. The town also has a very popular pier which is a popular spot for tourists to walk and indulge in the ice-cream shops on both ends of the pier. If you are feeling brave why not walk around to nearby Sandycove and visit the “Forty Foot” a famous diving spot open to all who want to enjoy the Irish Sea.


Cost Free


Powerscourt Gardens and Waterfall

Just a short drive from Dublin is the beautiful Powerscourt House and Gardens which is one of Ireland’s top tourist attractions. Beautiful landscaped gardens which are lovely to visit on a sunny day, nearby is the fantastic Powerscourt Waterfall which is very busy during the summer months and popular for family’s students to explore and have barbeques.


Cost House and Gardens 10€, Waterfall entry 6€