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Oldbawn, Dublin, Ireland
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This 24m² property in Saint Stephen's Green offers a hot tub and a TV. The 1-bedroom apartment also offers guests a kitchen.
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Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland
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4 guests
This apartment, offering a TV, is located in Saint Stephen's Green . Also providing Wi-Fi and a kitchen, the 1-bedroom property has 32m² of space.
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Dalkey, Dublin, Ireland
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North City, Dublin, Ireland
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North City, Dublin, Ireland
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Rotunda, Dublin, Ireland
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With 1 bedroom and a TV, this 30m² apartment is located in Saint Stephen's Green. Other facilities include a kitchen and Wi-Fi.
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Clontarf East, Dublin, Ireland
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Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
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9.8 "Excellent" (37 reviews)
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Dalkey, Dublin, Ireland
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Quarry, Dublin, Ireland
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4 guests
This 2-person room with breakfast in Dublin offers a great stay.
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Terenure, Dublin, Ireland
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Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland
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Merchants Quay, Warrenmount, Dublin
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3 guests
Situated in the heart of Dublin, this 2-bedroom apartment offers guests a kitchen and 60m². Wi-Fi is also provided.
260 ft² Apartment
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9.5 "Excellent" (15 reviews)
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Ballybough, Dublin, Ireland
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750 ft² Apartment
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Arran Quay, Stoneybatter, Dublin
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510 ft² Apartment
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Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland
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3 guests
This apartment, offering a kitchen, is located in Dublin . Also providing a TV and Wi-Fi, the 6-bedroom property has 400m² of space.
320 ft² Apartment
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8.8 "Outstanding" (13 reviews)
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Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland
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4 guests
This 2-bedroom apartment in Dublin offers 80m² of space. Amenities include a dishwasher, a kitchen and Wi-Fi.
710 ft² Apartment
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9.9 "Excellent" (176 reviews)
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Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
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Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland
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Dalkey, Dublin, Ireland
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620 ft² Apartment
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9.3 "Excellent" (79 reviews)
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Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
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Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
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1000 ft² Apartment
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Grand Canal Dock, Dublin, Ireland
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6 guests
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Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland
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5 guests
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Merchants Quay, Warrenmount, Dublin
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4 guests
This 39m² property in Parnell Square offers Wi-Fi and a TV. The 1-bedroom apartment also offers guests a kitchen.
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7.3 "Good" (8 reviews)
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Rotunda, Dublin, Ireland
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4 guests
700 ft² Apartment
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8.3 "Outstanding" (8 reviews)
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North Dock, Dublin, Ireland
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5 guests
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Grand Canal Dock, Dublin, Ireland
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500 ft² Apartment
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9.4 "Excellent" (51 reviews)
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North Dock, Dublin, Ireland
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850 ft² Apartment
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9.9 "Excellent" (47 reviews)
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Grand Canal Dock, Dublin, Ireland
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9.8 "Excellent" (64 reviews)
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Quarry, Dublin, Ireland
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1180 ft² House
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Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland
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970 ft² Apartment
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Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
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Cabra East, Dublin, Ireland
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1080 ft² Apartment
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9.5 "Excellent" (81 reviews)
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Arran Quay, Stoneybatter, Dublin
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With 1 bedroom and Wi-Fi, this 70m² room is located in Dublin. Other facilities include breakfast and a dishwasher.
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Grand Canal Dock, Dublin, Ireland
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This apartment, offering Wi-Fi, is located in Dublin . Also providing a TV and parking, the 1-bedroom property has 38m² of space.
1000 ft² Apartment
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9.8 "Excellent" (13 reviews)
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Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland
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800 ft² Apartment
from $393
10.0 "Excellent" (13 reviews)
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Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland
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4 guests
270 ft² Apartment
from $209
8.0 "Very good" (1 review)
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Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
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3 guests
This room in Dublin for 2 people with a TV offers a great vacation.
700 ft² Apartment
from $226
8.7 "Outstanding" (6 reviews)
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North City, Dublin, Ireland
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6 guests
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9.4 "Excellent" (21 reviews)
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Ushers, Dublin, Ireland
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4 guests
970 ft² Apartment
from $225
9.2 "Excellent" (67 reviews)
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Arran Quay, Stoneybatter, Dublin
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890 ft² House
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9.8 "Excellent" (19 reviews)
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Crumlin, Drimnagh, Dublin
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4 guests
320 ft² House
from $150
6.0 (15 reviews)
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Cabra East, Dublin, Ireland
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3 guests
230 ft² Apartment
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Botanic, Dublin, Ireland
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2 guests
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Wood Quay, Dublin, Ireland
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2 guests
700 ft² Apartment
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North Dock, Dublin, Ireland
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4 guests
Located in Dublin, this 40m² apartment offers 1 bedroom and a kitchen - Wi-Fi and a balcony are also provided.
480 ft² Apartment
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8.2 "Very good" (1,576 reviews)
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Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland
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Waterloo House
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8.8 "Outstanding" (866 reviews)
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Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
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Dublin Central Inn
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Dublin Central Inn

North City, Dublin, Ireland
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4 guests
530 ft² Apartment
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Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
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Accommodation & Apartments in Dublin

It’s hard not to fall in love with the lilting charm of Dublin. This laid-back city is the capital of the Republic of Ireland and boasts a dense city population that has made way for an outpouring of bars, restaurants, live music venues, shopping, and more. Hit the medieval cobblestone roads and venture into a city known for its long history, its lively and patriotic citizens, and its infamous pint of cold, black Guinness. But in a city brimming with tourists - and for good reason! - finding the right accommodation can be tricky ... and expensive. Make your precious pounds go further and look like a local by renting through Wimdu: from party-central flats, to quaint b+b's, to leafy suburbs, to modern high-rises, there's self-catering accommodation for every type of visitor to this fair city.

Fun Facts

  • Dublin, or “Dubh Linn” in Old Irish Gaelic means “Black Pool.” It was originally a lake that the Vikings used to moor up their ships.
  • The oldest bar in Ireland is in Dublin: The Brazen Head, built in 1198.
  • Some of the most renowned poets and writers in history came from Dublin: George Bernard Shaw, Oscar Wild, Samuel Beckett, Jonathan Swift, William Butler Yeats, and, of course, James Joyce.

What to See

The first and best thing to do in Dublin is to get lost downtown. The cobblestone streets and narrow side paths will lead you through the heart of a culture: colourful doorways, quaint shops, boisterous bars, street musicians, folk bands, and everything in between.
But once you’ve had a good wander, there are a few other sites to see – but it all depends on everyone’s preference.
Beer lovers will want to check out The Guinness Storehouse with a full museum and the history of the famous dark drink. There are tasting rooms but be prepared to shell out a pretty penny – a place for a taste, not for a night. Then you’ll want to see the Old Jameson Distillery for an almost romantic look at the history and world of Irish Whiskey. The tour costs money but it ends with a free taste. You can also become a “Qualified Irish Whiskey Taster.” For serious whiskey drinkers, there’s the Celtic Whiskey Shop which offers tastings, obscure and rare bottles of whiskey, and the ability to ship it home rather than tote it around the rest of your trip.
History buffs will want to visit the Christ Church Cathedral, which is more than 1000 years old, and/or St Patrick’s Cathedral, which is a higher rated and free alternative. You may also want to visit Trinity College, built in the 1500s, which amazing architecture and a slew of impressive alumni. Get your money’s worth and visit The Book of Kells where you can see a handwritten manuscript of the Gospels, written in Latin around 800 AD. Lastly, head to the outskirts of town to the War Memorial Museum for a massive and beautiful space commemorating the loss of 49,000 soldiers during WWI.

Where to Shop

Grafton Street is the main shopping street and a walking thoroughfare in Dublin, full colour storefronts, boutiques, and trendy designers. There are street performers, artists, musicians and more, so walking itself is an event. A slightly quieter alliterative is Henry Street, or Suffolk Street. Powercourt Townhouse Centre is another place to whip out your wallet. Full of shops for almost anything you could need, but housed inside a historic building. Jewelry, arts and crafts, antiques and more can be found in here. It also houses the Irish Dancing Museum.
The Dublin Flea Market takes place on the last Sunday of every month and is not to be missed if you happen to be in town. Come early, it gets seriously full!
Book lovers should check out Books Upstairs, where obscure titles are the order of the day and you just may find a hidden gem along the shelves.
St Stephen’s Green is a modern shopping centre for those looking for an updated, and less boutique-y, shopping experience.

After-Dark

Temple Bar is the area of Dublin where tourists pub-hop through the night. If you want a whirlwind tour of bars in the city, it’s the place. Bear in mind though that it’s mostly tourists and locals tend to stay away. Also, know that drinking in the streets is common after dark and it is always crowded – some say that’s “full of life” and others would find it overwhelming. Prices are inflated but most visitors would say it’s worth a visit at the very least. If you’re not a party-goer, avoid this area on Friday and Saturday nights.
A good alternative to Temple Bar is … the rest of Dublin! You’ll find lively and welcoming pubs all over the city: Mulligan’s, O’Donoghue’s, John Kehoe’s, the Hairy Lemon, O’Neill’s, The Baggot Inn, Peadar Kearney’s, or Stag’s Head, just to get you started. Grafton street has some gems, as so does Donnybrook – I recommend McCloskey’s, where you’ll find real locals unwinding after a long day. If you don’t drink beer, Olesya’s is a wine bar boasting 400 wines by the glass.
Comedy Crunch is a free comedy show with great reviews. Come early to get a seat! If you don’t mind paying some, the International Bar is home to Dublin’s best comics.
If you want a theater experience without the comedy, Samuel Beckett Theatre is on the Trinity College campus and everything from Opera to Postmodern Experimental Theater. Check what’s playing while you’re there.
Lastly, some places to catch live music are The Twisted Pepper, The Cobblestone, The Workman’s Club (Hipster alert!), The Dice Bar which has a nice New York feel to it, or the J Kennedy Bar which boasts to have the best music in town.

Foodie Fun

Dublin is absolutely stuffed with amazing places to dine. It all depends on your budget and foodie preferences. There’s heaps of websites and apps to help you find what you’re interested in, but here’s a few that I found worth a visit!
Leo Burdock: “The Oldest Chipper in Dublin” serves up fresh fish and chips all day long. If not here, have some fish and chips somewhere, but Leo’s is one of the best if you can swing it!
The Joy of Chai: Dublin’s first tea shop, warm and inviting during those rainy days.
The Brazen Head: Dublin’s oldest pub dating back to 1198. Live music, fantastic food, and of course, a pint of Guinness.
Bewley’s Oriental Café: Arguably one of Dublin’s best cups of coffee (and tea). Established in 1840, the company has become a world-wide name in coffee.
Sheridan’s Cheesemongers: Irish cheeses delight any palate at this holy grail for dairy lovers. Taste, pick some up, and have a picnic! They also offer cheese courses.
Queen of Tarts: For all your cake and tart needs.
Boojum: If you need a break from irish stews, hit up this place for burrito heaven!
Any Irish Bar with a Kitchen: will offer up tradition irish fare such as corned beef and cabbage, mulligan’s stew, Irish Coddle (pork sausage, onion and potatoes), Shepherd’s Pie, lamb stew, hand pies (beef and potato pastry), Colcannon (mashed potatoes, leeks, and cabbage), and traditional irish breads to sop it all up.

Getting Around

If arriving by plane, the best way into the city is by bus or coach. There’s Dublin Bus, AirLink, CityLInk, and AirCoach to name a few. Transportforireland.ie is a site that will let you map out all your public transportation needs. Of course, you’re always welcome to take a taxi!
Once in the city, most of downtown Dublin is very walkable, and the “far” places are not so far that a taxi would be pricey – but always ask the fare first. Note that it’s hard to hail a taxi from the street – you need to hunt down a taxi stand to get one. Also note that asking your hotel to call you one can land you a surcharge on top of your taxi fee.
For those tight on time or simply want transport taken care of, the double deckered green buses of the Dublin Bus Tour offers your classic hop-on-hop-off experience at major sites around the city.
A good idea is to buy the Freedom Ticket, aimed at tourists – it works like a 3 day bus pass but it also works with AirLink, NiteLink (the late night buses), and the Dublin City Tour buses.
You can give the newer light-weight tram a try, called LUAS, which will whisk you around traffic to a number of appealing stops around the city.
Bike rentals are easily come by and if you stay along residential areas, side streets, parks, along the seafront, or otherwise off the most major streets, it’s not too hectic at all. Tourism offices can give you suggested bike routes and places to rent.
But I digress back to the fact that Dublin is a wonderful experience on foot. Go, get lost, wander back in time, and when it’s all said and done (or when the rain starts to fall), duck in to the closest bar, grab a pint, and watch Dublin life unfold before you.

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September 2018
Private room 4 (single/double) in shared house 10mins from City Centre

Margaret is a friendly host. The room as well as the whole house is very tidy and comfortable. The connection to the city centre is a major asset. Close-by are the botanic gardens and the Glasnevin Cemetary so the first attractions are r...

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8 Very good
September 2018
Architects Office Apartment

Great location, plenty of restaurants and shops within walking distance. Several museums are nearby too. You can hear some city noise from inside the apartment, (cars and people talking outside) so may not be ideal for very light sleepe...

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10 Excellent
September 2018
Private Double room with garden view

Nice stay. Clean rooms and kitchen

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10 Excellent
August 2018
Lovely double room in the attic

We spent a great time with Margaret and her husband Gordon. It was very interesting chatting with both of them since they are such a nice couple. Their home was always very clean and there are two restrooms. The bedroom was clean as well...

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