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Holiday Accommodation in Dublin

Selection of Dublin holiday lettings

Best of Dublin holiday rentals

Are you looking for apartments for your trip to the capital of Ireland? We can find the best holiday accommodation in Dublin so that you can relax and enjoy this lively city. With Hundredrooms, you can find the ultimate place to stay at the best price. There are plenty of different types of Dublin holiday apartments for you to choose from near Temple Bar, University College Dublin or Phoenix Park, and you are sure to find some in the district where you’d love to stay. Dublin is one of the most charming cities in Europe, with small winding streets filled with history and tradition. Intensely green and beautiful, we can find the perfect Dublin short-stay apartment. As the years go by, more and more visitors choose this option as it is a cheaper option than booking a hotel. Dublin is the ultimate student city thanks to the famous presence of Trinity College and its prestigious library. If you’re travelling with one other person, the best option has got to be a self-catering apartment in the city centre. If you’re looking in the ‘Fair City’, you can pick the most fantastic Dublin holiday homes where you can live like a local Dubliner. Stay near parks such as St Stephen’s Green, or close to shopping amenities such as Grafton Street or O’Connell Street. You may pick up a few Gaelic phrases or two - the most important being ‘sláinte’, which is essential for saying ‘cheers’ with a pint of Guinness in hand. What are you waiting for? Tell us the number of people you’re travelling with, and how long you’re looking to stay for and we’ll begin the search for the ultimate Dublin holiday lets. This city of Celtic origin has so much to offer, so book your Dublin city holiday apartment the best possible price with us.

Best areas to stay

  • Near Christchurch Cathedral: Here you will be close to some of the best bakeries in the city. We particularly recommend II Valentino and Queen of Tarts which are the perfect locations to have breakfast or simply to satisfy your appetite in the afternoon.
  • South of the River Liffey: Here you have plenty of accommodation at your fingertips.
  • Fitzwilliam Square:Here you will find plenty of safe streets and shops where you can get everything you need. Here you are also close to Dicey’s Club which is a popular spot for young people at night.
  • Temple Bar District: If you’re wanting to experience more of the traditional bar culture in the city, you should consider the Temple Bar district, which is a group of cobbled streets that form the hub of Dublin’s nightlife while also being a popular location during the day.

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Guinness Storehouse and other points of interest

Dublin is packed to the rafters with things to do, and something to suit all ages and tastes. Whether you’re mingling with the locals, learning a ditty or two, or enjoying the local Guinness, you’re sure to find something to enjoy yourself. Dublin is only small and Ireland is a beautiful country beyond, so we recommend going to the outskirts of the city to enjoy the beautiful countryside. Dublin is very walkable city, and you must visit the St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin Castle, the National Museum of Ireland, the Parliament or the Abbey Theatre. A large proportion of the historical monuments and places of interests are dotted on both sides of the River Liffey which includes cathedrals, ancient prisons, historic parks and stately homes. Dublin is the birthplace to many notable people, including writers, poets and musicians that are recognised worldwide. If you’re travelling for the nightlife, you will enjoy the bars and lively live music scene that is particularly special on New Years Eve or St Patrick’s Day. Among the most iconic includes the Temple Bar, which is situated in the homonymous district. A city that is brimming with life, Dublin is full of character, culture and is a place full of friendly locals. The best way to explore the endless shops, restaurants and bars is by foot, and you will love the openness of the numerous traditional pubs in the city. Enjoy a pint while listening to live Irish folk music for an unforgettable experience.

  • Guinness Storehouse: No trip to this city is complete without a visit to the factory where Ireland’s most famous beer was created, the Guinness stout. Beginning on the ground floor, you will find the bottom of the largest pint glass in the world! On the upper levels you can discover how the dark beer is made, and how it is in keeping with the history of the city. The best thing about visiting is that the tour ends in the Gravity Bar, which is a pub in the highest part of the building where you can taste a free pint and enjoy the views over the city.
  • Temple Bar: The Temple Bar has a history of over 160 years, and is one of the most visited attractions in the city. The neighbourhood in which it is situated is amazing and is full of nooks and crannies worth exploring. It is an area alive with atmosphere and the perfect spot for a weekend pint.
  • Dublin Castle: You must visit this historic castle which was once the home of the British monarchy. Although the castle is officially 900 years the facade is from the 1800s. It is open to the public, but if you want to visit you should try to get a ticket in advance as it is often used for State dinners.
  • Trinity College Dublin: If you’re going to Dublin for the weekend, you must make time to visit the Trinity College campus. It is the oldest and most prestigious university in Ireland, and is right in the city centre. The library inside is particularly spectacular and is one of the most beautiful libraries in Europe.
  • Kilmainham Prison: For those seeking history of Ireland’s divided past, something worth seeing is the prison. It was inaugurated in 1796 to arrest and execute prisoners, in particular leaders of independence revolts during the Troubles. Today it is a museum and is a must see for a part of the city’s history.
  • Ha'Penny Bridge: On any map of the city, you will see the numerous bridges crossing the river. One of the most famous is this one, a beautiful white bridge that gets its name from an old toll that boats had to pay to cross into the city. The bridge contrasts the Samuel Beckett Bridge which was designed by Calatrava and is considerably more contemporary. It is known for its characteristic harp shape, one of the national symbols of Ireland.
  • Phoenix Park: For a peaceful stroll in the city, this park is perfect, and there are deer to be seen up close!
  • O’Connell Street: This is the main artery of the city, and in it you will find numerous restaurants and shops to spend the afternoon. It is most recognisable for the famous monument, the Spire which is 120m high.
  • Grafton Street: This is the main shopping street in the city.
  • Molly Malone Statue: You might know it... the song goes a little something like this: 'in Dublin's fair city, where girls are so pretty...' This is one of the most popular songs in Ireland and is called 'Cockles and Mussels'. Having since become the unofficial anthem of the nation, there is a wonderful statue dedicated to the memory of 'sweet Molly Malone' on Suffolk Street.
  • Jameson Distillery Bow St:This is the official whiskey tourist attraction located off Smithfield Square.
  • Dublinia:This is a museum about the Viking and Medieval history of the city.
  • National Leprechaun Museum: It is widely known that Ireland is the home of the leprechaun, and here you can find out all about Irish folklore and mythology, with stories galore.
  • GAA Museum:A museum to explore the Ireland's sporting heritage, in particular hurling and Gaelic football.
  • James Joyce Tower and Museum: This is a Martello tower in Sandycove where James Joyce spent six nights in 1904, and is the famous setting for his opening scenes of Ulysses. A must see for any fans of literature.

Flights to Dublin and transport in the city