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Discover your dream holiday home in Dublin

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Even though Dublin has boomed into a somewhat cosmopolitan European city, all of its original charm and allure still remain intact. Dublin was originally founded as a Viking settlement. It grew to be the Kingdom of Dublin and later became Ireland's principal city.
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County Dublin: Our recommendations

Accommodation Drumcondra South
-23%
22 Jan - 29 Jan
13 m² Accommodation
2 1
Drumcondra South, Drumcondra, County Dublin
from £65 £85
per night
Accommodation North City
-54%
22 Jan - 29 Jan
15 m² Accommodation
2 1
North City, Dublin, County Dublin
from £83 £181
per night
Accommodation Cabra East
-54%
22 Jan - 29 Jan
Accommodation
2 1
Cabra East, Dublin, County Dublin
from £71 £155
per night
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Holiday rentals with wifi

House Internet Botanic
Internet
232 m² House
15 6
Botanic, Dublin, County Dublin
from £952
per night
Accommodation Internet Mountjoy
-43%
22 Jan - 29 Jan
Internet
Accommodation
2 1
Mountjoy, Dublin, County Dublin
from £68 £120
per night
Bed & Breakfast Internet Howth
Free cancellation
Internet
Family room-Standard-Ensuite-Double and Two Singles
4 1
Howth, Fingal, County Dublin
4.3 / 5.0
"Very good"
from £66
per night
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Apartments and holiday lettings with a kitchen

Bed & Breakfast Kitchen Malahide
Free cancellation
Kitchen
Twin Room
2 1
Malahide, Fingal, County Dublin
4.6 / 5.0
"Outstanding"
from £101
per night
Studio flat Kitchen Inchicore
Kitchen
19 m² Studio flat
2 1
Inchicore, Dublin, County Dublin
4.2 / 5.0
"Very good"
from £84
per night
Apartment Kitchen Dublin
-49%
7 Jan - 14 Jan
Free cancellation
Kitchen
27 m² Apartment
3 1
Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
4.5 / 5.0
"Outstanding"
from £118 £230
per night
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Holiday homes and cottages with a garden

Bed & Breakfast Garden Burrow
Garden
Double Room with Sea View
2 1
Burrow, Dublin, County Dublin
4.8 / 5.0
"Excellent"
from £188
per night
Bed & Breakfast Garden Churchtown Lower
Garden
Double Room with Private Bathroom
2 1
Churchtown Lower, Dublin, County Dublin
3.6 / 5.0
"Good"
from £59
per night
Chambre d'Hôtes Garden Saint Kevin's
-41%
11 Nov - 18 Nov
Garden
Intimate Double
2 1
Saint Kevin's, Dublin, County Dublin
4.5 / 5.0
"Outstanding"
from £143 £241
per night
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Book self catering holiday accommodation in Dublin

Today it remains the island's capital and most populated city. Dublin has grown tremendously in the last 15 years and has gained a certain cosmopolitan charm, but the heart of Dublin - its people - still remain the true attraction.

Dublin apartments – barracks, books and beer

Dublin is home to what can only be described as the Disneyland of beer. The Guinness Storehouse is a multimedia tribute to the city's most cherished symbol and the country's most famous export. The only part of the enormous 26-hectare Saint James' Gate Brewery that is open to the public is the old grain house. From the Gravity Bar at the top of its commanding seven storeys awaits amazing panoramas of the city. There are many Dublin apartments in the nearby vicinity available for rent.

For the bookworm, a visit to the Old Library is essential. The somewhat severe architecture of the building can be accredited to Thomas Burgh. Taking advantage of the Library Act of 1801, the Trinity College Library is still entitled to a free copy of every book published in Britain, despite Ireland's independence in 1949. Nearly a kilometre of shelving needs to be added every year to accommodate the bounty.

Collins Barracks, officially called the National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts and History, is contained in one of the most exquisite buildings in Dublin. On the orders of Queen Anne in 1704, it was built to be the largest military barracks in the world. Walking bridges link arcaded colonnades and blocks that surround a central square await you - easily accessible from your accommodation in Dublin.

Discover the outskirts of Dublin

The Dublin region is not, however, limited to just life in the city. Why not look for a holiday cottage in a picturesque seaside town along Dublin Bay? The coastal town of Malahide is perfect for a family holiday by the Irish Sea, with its beautiful sandy beaches and its Heritage Village, which is brimming with shops, restaurants and traditional Irish pubs. The 12th century Malahide Castle and Gardens is another popular tourist destination in this area, with its green grounds covering 260 acres of land. If you'd prefer booking accommodation in Dublin city centre itself, Malahide can be easily be made into a day trip during your holiday here at just a 20 minute train journey from the capital. If you're in search of a really adventurous day trip during your stay in Dublin apartments, however, then why not travel South to the Wicklow Mountains and follow one of the many hiking trails?

Enjoy a weekend away in the Irish capital

For a meal outside of your self catering Dublin apartments, why not visit Clarence's Tea Rooms. The cavernous rooms were designed to resemble a church and the building's double-height windows allow for eating rooms flooded with natural light. Clarence's Tea Rooms provide a fusion of typical Irish produce and classic French cuisine. From traditional Cork crubeens to chartreuse of red leg partridge, the menu is excellent. With so many attractions within walking distance of your accommodation in Dublin, the Irish capital stands out as an exciting holiday destination.
 

What are the most popular accommodations in Dublin?

The most booked accommodations in Dublin are hotel rooms and apartment rentals. We search from more than 2,289 accommodations in Dublin to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.

What does it cost to rent a holiday home in Dublin?

With Casamundo you can find rentals in Dublin starting at £35. On average, you will stay in a 65 m² (Apartment rentals) or a 27 m² (Hotel rooms).

Do you offer pet-friendly hotel rooms in Dublin?

We have the perfect options for you and your furry companions. Apartment rentals are the most pet-friendly type of accommodations in Dublin and cost an average of £179 per night.

Do you also offer accommodations that are suitable for groups in Dublin ?

For your holiday in Dublin, we have a great selection of accommodations for groups. The typical hotel rooms has space for 3 guests.

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