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B&Bs in Dublin

Steeped in rich heritage, Dublin’s fair city is the birthplace of a plethora of celebrated poets, writers, and musicians, and offers a feast of history, tradition, culture, and music. This vibrant city is renowned for its hospitality and friendly locals, and has been extending céad míle fáilte (one hundred thousand welcomes) to tourists from all over the globe for decades. Be it a mini-break or a week-long trip, you’re sure to feel right at home in a B&B in Ireland’s buzzing capital.

Things to see in Dublin

Kick-start the first day of your Dublin vacation with a trip to St Patrick’s Cathedral. Built between 1191 and 1270, this Gothic-style church is the largest in Ireland and is also the resting place of Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver’s Travels. Learn about the history of Ireland’s most iconic export in the Guinness Storehouse, soaking up the panoramic views of the city from the Gravity Bar as you sit back and relax with a pint of the black stuff. Literature buffs will not want to miss the Dublin Literary Pub Crawl, an award-winning tour that leads you from pub to pub with actors performing the works of some of Dublin’s most famous writers along the way, including James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, and Oscar Wilde. Or if you fancy a day by the seaside, take the DART train north to Howth—a picturesque fishing village on the coast—or south to Dún Laoghaire (pronounced dun leerie)—a beautiful seaport town.

B&Bs in Dublin

Check into one of the plentiful B&Bs in Dublin for a home-from-home experience with an Irish twist. No matter which Dublin B&B you choose, you’ll be guaranteed a hearty full Irish breakfast, affordable, quality accommodation, and the warmest of welcomes. One of the best parts of staying in a bed and breakfast in Dublin are the sociable, accommodating hosts who are always more than happy to offer advice on the best restaurants and pubs nearby, or point you in the direction of some of the city's lesser-known hidden gems.

Where to stay in Dublin

Dublin attracts all types of travelers looking for cheap B&B accommodation, from couples on a romantic weekend to groups looking for a fun, activity-filled trip. The idyllic coastal suburb of Clontarf is perfect for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city center, but still be within 10 minutes of the action by bus. Malahide is also a popular choice with its cozy, picturesque village and long, sandy beach. If you don’t want to miss a beat, stay in one of the many central Dublin B&Bs dotted across the city's south side, and find yourself just a stone’s throw from St Stephen’s Green and the famous Trinity College.

How to get to Dublin

Ireland boasts a number of airports within easy access of Dublin city. The best option is Dublin Airport, a hub for domestic and international flights and located just 10 km from the city center. Grab a cab or hop on the express bus that departs every 15 minutes to find yourself in the heart of the city in less than 20 minutes. Dublin is also accessible by train with regional services arriving and departing from Heuston Station and Connolly Station on a regular basis. You can get to the city by ferry too, with Dublin Port only 6 km from the city.

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