We’ve split this section down into two areas, Short and Long Term. Short Term features links to sites for the likes of hotels, B&Bs, hostels etc. Basically any accommodation that is for a short term stay in Dublin. Long Term links to resources on apartments, housing and staying for the medium to long term.

Short Term

Dublin is an ideal base for a short break and we’d be more than delighted to have you visit. There’s so much to see and do with the city, sea and mountains all within easy reach. Of course there’s a lot of different options for accommodation from hotels to hostels to Air B’n’B and more. We’ve linked to the best listings from around the web to make things a bit easier. If you’re already in the city, the symbol to look out for is ‘Follow the Shamrock’ which is Fáilte Ireland’s seal of approval. Oh, and the average price of a hotel room is €129 as of March 2016.

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Long Term

As anyone who’s ever lived in Dublin will tell you, it’s quite compact. The city certainly is anyway with a population of just over 500k in an area of 114.99 km². County Dublin, which includes the city and three other Council areas, has a population of 1.2 million and an area of 922 km². The consequence of the economic recovery and a limited supply of accommodation is rising prices and availability, particularly in the city area and the rental sector. If you’re willing to live outside of the city, you’ll find that prices are lower in general. The best places to get further advice and search listings are:

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