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We have selected the best holiday accommodation by the sea in Dublin. Bluepillow allows you to save money, by finding the best rates on the main vacation rental websites in Dublin

  • Clifden House by theKeycollections

    7.8 Very Good (1699)
    • Hotel
    In the heart of Dublin city centre, Clifden House by thekeycollection is a listed Georgian house with secure parking for a surcharge. O'Connell Street and Croke Park are within a 5-minute walk from Clifden
  • Abigail's Hostel

    8.2 Fabulous (3240)
    • Hotel
    Just seconds from cultural Temple Bar, Abigail's Hostel has an excellent city-centre location on Aston Quay, overlooking the River Liffey. Trinity College, O''Connell Street, Grafton Street and the
  • Croke Park Aparthotel

    8.2 Fabulous (67)
    • Hotel
    One of our bestsellers in Dublin! Croke park Aparthotel is located in the centre of Dublin, 550 yards from Croke Park Stadium and 900 yards from the shops on O’Connell Street. Temple Bar is 0.9 miles
  • North City Lodge Self Catering

    6.6 Pleasant (56)
    • 12 Guests · 4Bedrooms
    Providing a terrace, North City Lodge Self Catering is set in Dublin, not far from Croke Park Stadium. Free WiFi is provided. Convention Centre Dublin is 0.8 miles from the lodge, while 3Arena is 0.9
  • Temple Bar Inn

    8.5 Fabulous (4867)
    • Hotel
    One of our top picks in Dublin.Located in Dublin, the chic Temple Bar Inn offers free WiFi access throughout and a 24-hour front desk. The popular O'Connell Street and Trinity College are both a 3-minute
  • Isaacs Hostel

    8.1 Fabulous (6207)
    • Hotel
    Situated within an atmospheric 19th century wine store, the Isaacs Hostel offers affordable accommodation in the heart of Dublin. With free WiFi, the award-winning hostel is just 200 yards from Connolly

Bed and breakfast offers in Dublin by the sea

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  • The Kildare Street Hotel by theKeycollections

    7.5 Very Good (2770)
    • Hotel
    One of our top picks in Dublin.Kildare Street Hotel by thekeycollection is located in the heart of Dublin City Centre. Set within 5 adjoining Georgian townhouses, this charming hotel boasts a privileged
  • The Four Courts Hostel

    7.7 Very Good (1894)
    • Hotel
    One of our bestsellers in Dublin! The Four Courts Hostel is adjacent to the Temple Bar area. With a range of accommodation it has free Wi-Fi, free breakfast and a bus service to and from the airport. With
  • Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane

    8.2 Fabulous (9124)
    • Hotel
    One of our top picks in Dublin.Next to the river, this 4-star hotel overlooks the Bord Gais Energy Theatre. Guests can enjoy its spacious rooms, 30 yards swimming pool, and health club, just 10 minutes’
  • RiverHouse Hotel of Temple Bar

    5.9 Pleasant (2018)
    • Hotel
    In the centre of lively Temple Bar, with its famous pubs and restaurants, the RiverHouse Hotel offers modern rooms and its own nightclub. Trinity College is just 5 minutes’ walk away. Surrounded by
  • Hotel St George by thekeycollections

    7.9 Very Good (3842)
    • Hotel
    One of our bestsellers in Dublin! Located at the top of O’Connell Street, The Hotel St. George is in the heart of Dublin city centre, within 200 yards from the shopping district of Henry Street. With
  • Ranelagh Rooms

    9.2 Exceptional (148)
    • Hotel
    One of our bestsellers in Dublin! Situated in Dublin, within a 12-minute walk of St. Stephen's Green and 0.7 miles of The Little Museum of Dublin, Ranelagh Rooms offers accommodation with free WiFi.

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  • Rathmines Lodge Townhouse

    7.1 Very Good (278)
    • Hotel
    One of our bestsellers in Dublin! Rathmines Lodge is set in Dublin, a 17-minute walk from St. Stephen's Green. The property is within a 19-minute walk of St Patrick's Cathedral. The Little Museum
  • All Airbnb House - Bright Single Room w/ Workspace

    9 Exceptional (217)
    • 1 Guest · 1Bedroom
    All Airbnb house - Instant Book Cosy single room in a quiet suburb of Dublin Half way between the airport and the city centre 20 minutes by bus to the airport and the city centre 10 minutes by bus to Croke
  • Stylish Apartment in Dublin - Double Room

    10 Exceptional (114)
    • 2 Guests · 1Bedroom
    Private double room in a friendly apartment in the Kilmainham area, opposite Irish Museum of Modern Art, a 10 mins walk from the Guinness storehouse. 5 mins walk to the famous Kilmainham jail, a 10 min
  • Home from Home!

    10 Exceptional (172)
    • 1 Guest · 1Bedroom
    My place is very convenient to city centre and also Airport - on Aircoach route to / from to Airport. About a 30 min walk to Trinity College and many buses into the city nearby. You’ll love my place
  • Cosy Bedroom in friendly warm house :)

    10 Exceptional (297)
    • 2 Guests · 1Bedroom
    Hi there! I have a cosy bedroom in a bright house here in a nice neighborhood in Inchicore. Myself Milena used to work as musician in Brazil, I'm brazilian living here in Dublin since 2014 and would love
  • Cozy Space | Close to Everything | Patio Garden

    10 Exceptional (162)
    • 1 Guest · 1Bedroom
    Small bright single room, large memory-foam bed. A quiet cul-de-sac with private garden. Convenient location, close to many popular Dublin attractions - Guinness Store House, Stephen's Green, Christchurch,

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B&Bs and holiday homes Dublin: the best accommodation solutions

Dublin is an highly sought after destination by tourist from the whole world. The 902,128 reviews for all the accommodation in the area are the proof: 12,872 reviews with a score of 10.0 Excellent and 2,300 reviews with a score of 8.0 Very Good. Reading these reviews you can learn about the best accommodation by the sea, with the best reviews in Dublin.
The best accommodation solutions in the area are numerous. Over a total of 9,246 accommodation, it's possible to distinguish 8,496 apartments, 354 hotels, 138 b&bs, 2,920 independent homes, 145 villas, 2 farmhouses, 97 hostels and much more. Amongst these you will be able to find the best offers for the best solution for your needs, wether you decide to go alone, for a romantic get-away, or with a group of friends. The end goal is an unforgettable holiday in Dublin.
Every type of accommodation at this destination displays a range of services that will adapt perfectrly to your needs: Wi-Fi, Linens Provided, Kitchen, Parking, Non Smoking Only and much more. The choice is yours.

Dublin: How much does accommodation cost?

How much does holiday accommodation cost in Dublin? On average in Dublin it is possible to find accommodation solutions for an average cost of 207 pounds per night.
At the end of you trip planning it could be useful to know that, the average cost for a weekend night is 247 pounds. The weekend with the best prices is in the month of October, from 01/10 to 03/10.
Instead for a longer stay, the best weekly prices in Dublin cost on average 1,455 pounds. The week with the best prices is in the month of July from 24/07 to 31/07.

What to do in Dublin

In Dublin, the best accommodation near the sea can also be found near the major interest points. The unmissable interest points are:

Only a few km from the sea you can find 9,246 accommodation options available at the best price: 8,496 Apartments, 138 B&Bs, 354 Hotels, and much more. Below you can find the best apartments near the beaches.
A Dublin, furthermore, much of the best accommodation is close to the best beaches in the area: 26 Apartments, B&Bs, Hotels, and much more.

Dublin: Which is the ideal month for a holiday?

Dublin: when to go? Whether you love the heat or the cold, if you're planning a trip here, it could be useful for you to know: July, has temperatures that can reach 20°C, it's the hottest month at this touristic destination. January instead is the coldest month, where temperatures can trop to 8°C.
For people that love the rain, January is the rainiest month where we can predict up to 13 dais of rain.
The water temperature of the sea can go from 14°C in the summer months to 8°C during the coldest months.


How much does it cost to stay in a B&B in Dublin?

To stay in a B&B in Dublin costs on average 207 pounds per night, here is a link where you can find the best offers for B&Bs in Dublin

What is the best time to go to a B&B in Dublin?

To be honest all periods are good to go to a B&B in Dublin. Here is a link where you can find the best offers of B&Bs in Dublin

Which are the the best B&Bs for families with children in Dublin?

The best accommodation options for families with children in Dublin are the B&Bs and here you will be able to find a number of options

Which are the best accommodation options for who travels with animals in Dublin?

The best accommodation options foe who travels with animals are the B&Bs. Here you can find a selection of options

Can I find a B&B with parking in Dublin?

In Dublin you can find many accommodation solutions with Parking. The best are the B&Bs. Here you can find a selection of solutions

Can I find wheelchair accessible accommodation in Dublin?

In Dublin you will be able to find different types of accommodation that are wheelchair accessible. The B&Bs could be right for you. Here you can find a selection of solutions


When you know of a city with more than a thousand pubs, a city of the patron saint of love himself and one that bestowed the world with the gift of Guinness beers, then you don’t just muse and dream about it, you book a flight to that city the first chance you get.

Dublin is that kind of city.

Discovering Dublin is like walking through a mysterious fog because every time it parts, you find something extremely fascinating. You could just be strolling in the Merrion’s Square Park and suddenly find the statue of Oscar Wilde casually lounging on his perch, you could be out on a tour and without warning find yourself on the stairs of one of the historical literary institutions or you can be simply enjoying a drink and discover that the pub you are sitting in has been there since 1168. Eerie isn’t it?

Point is Dublin is a city, rich in history and its impossible not to savour every moment spent here.


A short stay in Dublin means you have to make the best of it, which is why it is important that you choose a neighbourhood where you can soak the rich history and consume the best drinks:

Temple Bar:

If you happen to score an apartment in Dublin in this neighbourhood then you can consider yourself the luckiest. It is the tourist’s hub where you can have quick access to all the best pubs, galleries and other attractions.

Embassy Row:

Located to the south of Grand Canal, Embassy row is a prestigious neighbourhood in Dublin with upscale houses, fancy hotels and restaurants.

Grafton Streets and Environs:

Another ideal neighbourhood for the day-trippers, Grafton Street has a myriad of shops, galleries, museums, park, pubs and restaurants. If anyone is looking for vacation rentals in Dublin then it would be smart to check out this area first.

Following are some of the other noteworthy neighbourhoods suitable for a short stay in Dublin:

Old City


Fitzwilliam & Merrion Squares

North Quays

O'Connell Street

City Centre



National Museum of Ireland–Archaeology:

All the treasured objets d'art and the artefacts of Ireland are exhibited in this archaeological museum. It even holds the objects and pieces from the bronze and Iron Age.

Phoenix Park:

One of the largest recreational parks in Dublin, Phoenix Park is illustriously established by the royalties and consists of beautiful trees, foliage and many historical buildings within its boundaries.

Dublin’s Mountains:

Dublin’s mountains are one of the best locations to unwind and the mountain’s height makes it even perfect for every amateur and first-timers to hike and trail. The panoramic landscape, fresh air and tranquillity in the mountains make it one of the most enjoyable places to visit in Dublin.


April and May are the months of spring flowers when everything in Dublin is even more beautiful than usual. In August the locals enjoy rain and an average temperature for a good swim in the water. In July some of the hottest days are observed while January is the coldest month of Dublin.

Don’t ever miss the chance to witness the beauty of this city, and if you are having trouble getting your hands on a suitable vacation rentals in Dublin then avail the last minute offers and see if there is an ideal accommodation waiting with your name on it.