Hi Joe, I am a little disappointed to have received one of the very few 3 star reviews we have ever had, from you, especially given the unique circumstances behind it. You managed to catch Ireland's once-per-year, 5 day heat wave. While it was pretty warm at around 30C tops, the weather was quite fantastic (rain-free), that's for sure. Unfortunately, air-conditioning is almost non-existent in all Irish houses, purely due to how rare warm weather is. However, we did provide two large pedestal fans, one per bedroom for all of our guests, which did seem to suffice for all of our other guests across 20 similar properties. It is unfortunate that you had an eye condition which made the fan of no use to you - I don't know what else we could have done to make you more comfortable, especially without knowing your situation in advance. Luckily, I guess most people would not have that 'ailment' to negate the fans, so maybe your broad and sweeping statement warning future guests to 'avoid' enjoying Ireland In Summer may not be really that appropriate or helpful. I also wanted to address the noise issue you experienced and add some important context. Due to the absolute centrality of the apartment's amazing location, and despite the triple glazed sash windows, our listing clearly states that there may be some noise from the hustle and bustle of Dublin's O'Connell st area, and occasionally from the famous rock venue opposite, Fibber Magees. However, as a fervent traveller and Airbnb guest, who can also be a bit of a light sleeper, I always travel with good quality ear plugs, which would have easily cut the muffled sounds and allowed a good sleep on our huge Super King beds. I suspect that you left the window open at night, due to the heat, instead of using the fan to keep you cool, which I can imagine would have been quite noisy into the wee hours. Saying that, we have rarely had this complaint before and put it down to your unique circumstances. All the best and thank you for your kind words about our service and welcome manual.