THE luxury property outside Dublin where Matt Damon isolated during the coronavirus lockdown is going back on the rental market for the first time since the Hollywood A-lister’s stay.
The actor spent the last couple of months in the village of Dalkey with his family when the pandemic escalated after arriving in March to shoot scenes for a film.
He was quickly spotted along Dublin Bay and emerging from a local branch of SuperValu, endearing himself to locals and gaining the nickname ‘Matt O’Damon’.
The five-bedroom property where he stayed is going back on the market on the website Airbnb, with a rental price of €7,300 a week.
Named Ischia, the 5,000 square foot home owned by former racing driver Eddie Irvine includes a sauna, jacuzzi and plunge pool.
The local area – described by the New York Times as Ireland’s answer to the Amalfi Coast – also hosts homes