Accommodation in Dublin

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Recommended holiday lettings in Dublin

Rent a holiday home, apartment or cottage in Dublin from just £18 per night

Apartment Dublin 2
Apartment ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
from £160
Interhome
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House Clontarf West 6
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
Clontarf West, Dublin, Ireland
from £189
Muchosol
4.3
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Apartment Dublin 2
Apartment ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
from £160
Interhome
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Apartment Arran Quay 6
Apartment ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
Arran Quay, Stoneybatter, Dublin
from £277
Muchosol
4.0
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Apartment Dublin 4
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
from £193
Interhome
4.5
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Apartment Merchants Quay 4
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Merchants Quay, Warrenmount, Dublin
from £84
Muchosol
5.0
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Apartment Dublin 4
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
from £193
Interhome
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Apartment Dublin 6
Apartment ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
from £312
Interhome
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Apartment Drummartin 4
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Drummartin, Dublin, Ireland
from £193
Interhome
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Apartments and holiday lettings with a kitchen

Apartment Kitchen Drummartin
Kitchen
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Drummartin, Dublin, Ireland
from £193
Interhome
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Apartment Kitchen Wood Quay
Kitchen
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Wood Quay, Dublin, Ireland
from £114
travelstaytion
4.0
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Apartment Kitchen Rathfarnham
Kitchen
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Rathfarnham, Dublin, Ireland
from £138
travelstaytion
4.0
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Holiday rentals with wifi

Private room Internet Mountanville
Internet
Private room ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Mountanville, Dublin, Ireland
from £48
Homestay.com
5.0
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Private room Internet Cabra West
Internet
Private room ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Cabra West, Dublin, Ireland
from £33
Homestay.com
5.0
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Private room Internet Kilnamanagh
Internet
Private room ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Kilnamanagh, Dublin, Ireland
from £29
Homestay.com
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Best holiday homes with a patio or terrace

Private room Balcony/Patio Donaghmede
Balcony/Patio
Private room ∙ 3 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Donaghmede, Dublin, Ireland
from £375
Homestay.com
4.5
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Private room Balcony/Patio Baldoyle
Balcony/Patio
Private room ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Baldoyle, Dublin, Ireland
from £83
Homestay.com
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Private room Balcony/Patio Roebuck
Balcony/Patio
Private room ∙ 4 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Roebuck, Dublin, Ireland
from £292
Homestay.com
5.0
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Dublin

  • Internet (1,707)
  • No smoking (1,367)
  • Kitchen (1,347)
  • Parking (927)
  • No pets (857)
  • TV (722)
  • Washing machine (600)
  • Garden (426)
  • Microwave (404)
  • Balcony/Patio (366)
  • Dishwasher (286)
  • Wheelchair access (154)

Amenity filters are conveniently available to help you find the ideal holiday letting in Dublin. You can easily choose a property matching your needs in Dublin if you need internet access during your holidays or you want to tune out with some TV time, since most rentals offer internet or TVs. You could even find rentals if you plan to go fishing (63 rentals include fishing in Dublin) or you want a letting with a sauna (52 rentals with saunas).

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Here is our climate diagram for Dublin. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 19°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is December, while the driest month is March.

Accommodation options for your holiday in Dublin

Users who are hoping to find apartment rentals in Dublin will have plenty of different options, as this is the most common accommodation type there. The average price of this specific type of property is £204 per night, with an average size of 87 m². Moreover, this type of residence is usually the perfect choice for medium-sized groups and families, since most of the apartment rentals are able to host groups of 5. Travellers interested in another type of accommodation will also find many hotel rooms, which are the second most popular type of accommodation in Dublin. The average size of hotel rooms in Dublin is 28 m², and the average price is £146 a night.

Feel at home with a holiday rental in Ireland's vibrant capital

Ireland is much more than pints and traditional dancing. When you choose holiday lettings in Dublin, you'll discover a different side to the nation's capital. This vibrant and thriving metropolis is a must-see location in Europe, with rich history, arts, architecture and culture. This small but great city is a centre for education, arts, economics and industry.

Choose from a range of outstanding Dublin holiday lettings, located throughout the city. Explore this charming city in your own time, with a comfortable holiday rental or apartment hotel to come back to at the end of every day.

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How to get to Dublin?

How to get to Dublin

Most visitors to Ireland’s largest city arrive via Dublin Airport, located on the outskirts of town. It's easy to reach the city centre from the airport by public transport, coach, or rental car. There are many bus options that will take you from the airport into the city including cheap public buses or airport coaches.

You also have the option of renting a car and heading into Dublin via the M50. No matter what you choose, arriving at your Dublin holiday letting should be relatively hassle-free.

Where to find the best food in Dublin?

What to eat in Dublin

Don't miss Ireland’s delicious meat-and-potato-style traditional cuisine, which is available throughout the city. You'll find a range of traditional restaurants throughout the inner city, from fine establishments, to classic eateries, to the ever-popular takeaway.

However, this is a multicultural, modern city with plenty of top-class international restaurants - you'll find everything from Thai to Moroccan to Japanese.

Wherever you book a Dublin holiday letting, you'll find some attractive restaurant options nearby. And if you'd prefer not to eat out every night, renting your own holiday apartment gives you the option to cook and enjoy an evening at home.

What are the top sights in Dublin?

Dublin's top sights

When visiting Dublin, be ready to dive into its incredible history. There are several wonderful museums featuring local history and culture, like Kilmainham Gaol, a former prison which tells of Ireland’s interesting past, and the National Museum of Ireland, with its fascinating archaeology branch.

Don't miss the immersive experience at the Guinness Storehouse, a brewery presentation of Ireland’s most famous beer, which includes tastings and a rooftop bar.

If history isn't your thing, visit the green, sprawling Phoenix Park, home to the Dublin Zoo, or even the beautiful National Botanic Gardens, the inner city’s link to nature.

What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Dublin?

Art and theatre in Ireland's capital

Dublin is Ireland’s hub of art and culture and has a variety of outstanding galleries and theatres. Check out the National Gallery of Ireland, which features historical to contemporary work, or the famed Rubicon Gallery, which features an interesting collection of contemporary art.

You should also check out one of the city's theatres, including the National Theatre of Ireland (also known as Abbey Theatre), the Gaiety Theatre, and the Olympia Theatre, which features musical works and performance art.

What are the best activities for families in Dublin?

Holidays in Dublin with Kids

With its many unique family attractions and plentiful green space, Dublin offers as much for kids as it does for grown ups. From children's theatres to amazing interactive museums, there are countless options for immersing yourself in the city's culture, while ensuring that little ones are kept entertained. What's more, with so many fantastic holiday lettings spread across the city, now is the ideal time to discover Dublin with the kids.

Located in the Temple Bar district, The Ark hosts concerts, theatre performances and exhibitions aimed at children. It opened in 1995 and is a space for children aged between 2 and 12 to learn about the world and explore their creativity. There are shows on almost every day so check the website to find out about productions during your holiday.

A visit to Dublinia will introduce the whole family to the history of Ireland. Find out about the Vikings and medieval Dublin through storytelling and interactive displays, as well as getting to climb St. Michael's Tower. You can also access Christ Church Cathedral and its famous crypt via a Gothic walkway at the end of your tour.

The Leprechaun Museum takes you on a trip to the "Otherworld". Learn about the mythology of Ireland on a story-filled adventure while you explore dark tunnels, massive chairs, caves and ponds within this unique museum. There are plenty of fun photo opportunities here and younger children are especially enchanted by the fairy world that is creatively portrayed.

For a guaranteed hit with the kids, take a tour of the waterways and major sites of Dublin on an amphibious vehicle from World War 2, with Viking Splash tours. You'll learn about Trinity College, St. Patrick's College, the government buildings and more while the energetic guides keep children entertained throughout. This exciting tour takes just over an hour and fifteen minutes.

What are the best nightlife spots in Dublin?

Dublin’s thriving nightlife

The city of Dublin is famous for its nightlife, from its exceptional pub-to-person ratio to its many clubs and venues. On the Southside of the city centre, you'll find a selection of traditional pubs and bars, including plenty of live music venues.

The southern part of Dublin also offers a variety of clubs, though keep in mind that these will typically have a cover charge on the weekends. The city also has a number of so-called late bars, which are similar to clubs in that they usually feature a dance floor and music, but attract a quieter, older crowd, and don't charge cover fees.

Whatever kind of nightlife you enjoy, this great city will have an ideal venue for you to have fun all night long. When the night is over, head back to the safety and comfort of your Dublin holiday apartment.

Where are the unique attractions in Dublin?

What part of Dublin to stay in

Dublin has a number of distinctive neighbourhoods, each with their own unique attractions and charms. Stay in the heart of the action in Temple Bar, where your holiday apartment is no more than a short walk from some of the city’s best bars and restaurants.

One of Dublin's emerging districts is Stoneybatter. This once working-class area has been described as ‘Williamsburg by the Liffey’, thanks to its lively bohemian energy, artisan coffee shops, and independent art spaces.

Conversely, the Docklands reflects modern, fast-paced Dublin. Originally developed by the Vikings as a key port, it is now revitalised as an Irish Silicon Valley, with a host of traditional pubs nearby. It's almost poetic waking up to views by the River Liffey.

What are the must-see attractions in Dublin?

Day trips from Dublin

Step out from your apartment hotel in Dublin's city centre, and hop on a train to the historic seaside town of Bray. Take the picturesque Cliff Walk to nearby Greystones and soak up County Wicklow's dramatic coastal scenery. Then, return to Bray for a pint in The Harbour Bar, once voted as the ‘Best Bar in the World’ by Lonely Planet.

If you have some extra time on your hands, Kilkenny is a must-visit. Known as ‘The Marble City’, you can visit the town's famous Kilkenny Castle, an imposing 12th-century Norman fortification, or marvel at the stunning stained-glass windows of St. Canice's Cathedral. No trip to Kilkenny would be complete without a pint of Smithwick's, an ale that predates the iconic Guinness.

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