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Dublin Bed and Breakfast, Cheap Hotel and Guest House Accommodation

A city which has historically been the dramatic focal point for colonial ambitions first of the Vikings, then the Normans and over many centuries, the English, Dublin finally became the capital city of the Republic of Ireland in 1947.

Many of its most important buildings had survived World War II due to the country’s policy of neutrality, and it entered this new period in a state of nationalistic fervour, proud of its heritage and its independence after decades of fierce struggles for and against Home Rule.

National Botantic Gardens

Few could have predicted its emergence half a century later, though, as one of Europe’s fastest growing cities, with its economic success story borne out by the plethora of sophisticted venues newly opened: restaurants, clubs, galleries and hotels, which have added to the already fascinating collection of local landmarks and allow the visitor to choose between glimpses of history and nostalgia or stylish, contemporary cultural attractions.

Most recently it has attempted to shed its image as ‘stag night capital’, though its popularity simply bears testament to the wonderful night life centered around the booming and attractive Temple Bar area which every visitor should sample. Talking of sampling try the Guiness Storehouse and Jamesons Distillery and enjoy.

The city is divided by the river Liffey into the ‘southside’, traditionally more elegant and middle-class, and the north, although both areas have much to offer in the way of sights and varied accommodation.

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The Map below shows Dublin major destinations. Click on the red balloons on the map or select in the list below the map. If you know exactly where you want to stay outside of these areas you can click anywhere on the map to search.

  • The Temple Bar— Between Dame Street and the Liffey, this area is the result of a massive investment in urban regeneration, which has created Dublins cultural heart and social hub within a quaint maze of cobblestone streets. Location of the Irish Film Centre.
  • The Medieval Town Centre— Remarkable monuments abound: Dublin Castle, the City Hall, and the cathedrals of St Patrick and Christchurch.
  • Trinity College— With a long list of eminent alumni including the literary giants Samuel Beckett and Oscar Wilde, Trinity was founded by Elizabeth I and remains one of Europes great universities as well as home to the famous Book of Kells.
  • Georgian Dublin— A tour in the footsteps of Oscar Wilde, W.B. Yeats and Daniel OConnell should include the elegant suburbs and beautiful gardens and squares of Georgian Dublin, such as Merrion Square and Fitzwilliam Square.
  • Grafton Street— A shoppers paradise on the edge of St Stephens Green, and close to the National Gallery, National Museum and Leinster House.
  • Liberties— Brick Lane and Francis Street offer fantastic browsing for antique shop fans, with further hidden treasures in store at Dublins largest indoor market, Mother Redcaps Market.
  • Kilmainham— Three big attractions over in the west: the notorious Kilmainham Gaol, the Irish Museum of Modern Art and the Guiness Storehouse.
  • Drumcondra— Visit here the impressive Botanic Gardens with their splendid glasshouses and a pleasant river walk, or take a stroll through the Glasnevin Cemetery where the names of Daniel OConnell and Michael Collins are set in stone.
  • Ballsbridge— Also known as the Embassy District, this suburb has excellent transport links as well as some of Dublins most exclusive accommodation, often with conference facilities.
  • Coastal towns— Worth considering as a base when exploring the city. A round of golf may be in order at the exclusive Royal Dublin course on Bull Island, or magnificent cliff walks to Howth Head for great views of the city.
  • Dun Laoghaire— South of the Liffey, get starstruck at the haunts of the Irish elite in the village of Dalkey and Killiney Bay.

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B&BBNBIE262 - Glen Guesthouse 84 Lower Gardiner Street

Rooms From: EUR 45.00. The Glen Guesthouse Dublin is an affordable, family owned Guest House located in the heart of Dublin City centre providing tastefully decorated B&B accommodation. Book Direct for best rates and unique special offers.

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B&BBNBIE263 - Avondale House 40 - 41 Lower Gardiner Street

Rooms From: EUR 45.00. The Avondale House B&B in Dublin City Center is conveniently located for tourists wishing to explore Dublin, only a five minute walk from Trinity College, Dublin Castle, Temple Bar, Grafton Street and O'Connell Street. Book direct for best rates...

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B&BLR274010 - Abbey Hotel Middle Abbey Street

Situated facing one of Dublin's premier shopping street The Abbey Hotel is an ideal base for leisure and business travellers alike. Abbey's city centre location is perfect place as a base for all events in Dublin City Centre. With 21 well appointed bedrooms you will find everything you need to hand from brightly tiled en-suite bathrooms with bath and shower to hair dryer trouser press and multi-channel television. Each room is also supplied with complimentary toiletries and light refreshments. The rooms are designed to minimise the usual din of a city centre location ensuring a sound nights sleep so you will feel at home in our friendly atmosphere as well as being a stone's throw from Dublin's many amenities which includes Temple Bar O' Connell St Grafton St and Stephens Green.

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B&BLR263423 - Croke Parkview Accommodation 188 Clonliffe Road Drumcondra

By Croke Park Stadium this friendly budget accommodation features free private parking and rooms with free Wi-Fi. Dublin city centre is within walking distance. Each en suite room at Croke Park View has a TV. There is a self service kitchen within the property where continental breakfasts are available. Full Irish breakfasts are also available at an extra charge. There is a bus stop close by and Croke Park View is a 20-minute bus ride from Dublin Airport.

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B&BBO174538 - ABC House B&B 57 Upper Drumcondra Road

Near Dublin city centre, ABC guest house provides budget accommodation, free private parking and free Wi-Fi. There is good access to the M1 motorway.

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B&BBO220766 - IMI Residence Sandyford Road

IMI Residence is a tranquil haven on the edge of the vibrant Dundrum Village. Located on the grounds of the Irish Management Institute, this unique property offers stylish bedrooms and free gym access.

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