Budget accommodation, Save your money for the important things to do in Dublin City
A weekend away is always a good idea, and with cheap flights it’s easy to hop on board a plane and arrive in Dublin any Saturday morning. You know you’ll have fun, go to loads of great Dublin pubs see some cool shows and great sites. So why waste all your money on an expensive hotel you’ll barely be sleeping in? Here are our recommendations for budget accommodation in Dublin City Centre.
Barnacle’s hostel is in the heart of Dublin’s Cultural Quarter Temple Bar. That alone should sell the idea. You can get twin, or dorm rooms and it comes with a complimentary breakfast. Close to all the action, a great place to meet new people and friendly staff that can let you know the best Dublin pubs & clubs to visit. Perfect for a weekend break with the lads or gals.
Old City Temple Bar is a great place to stay if you like a quiet night’s sleep. Within minutes from all the main pubs of Temple Bar and the Dame district, but without all of the noise. Handel’s apartments includes a more intimate setting than a hostel and most importantly a kitchen so you can cook. And with all of Dublin’s attractions are on your door step, it’s a win for everyone.
If staying in a hostel or cooking isn’t up your street, maybe you need something more tasteful, like a cosy guesthouse. Amberley House is a 24 room guest house located in Dublin’s northern Georgian Quarter, a 5 minutes’ walk from O’Connell Street. With en-suite bedrooms, TV, tea/coffee facilities and complimentary high speed Wi-Fi Amberley may be the best choice if you are on a romantic weekend away or just prefer a little bit more comfort.
To find more things to do in Dublin call in and say hello to the Dublin Visitor Centre team….