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Dublin holiday rentals

Dublin holiday rentals

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Low season

November

High season

May

Average price (Weeknight)

$181

Average price (Weekend night)

$311
Cheapest month to stay with an average 19% drop in price.
Most expensive time to stay with an average 82% rise in price.
Average Sunday to Thursday price over the last 2 weeks.
Average Friday and Saturday price over the last 2 weeks.

When to book a holiday rental in Dublin

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Top tips for finding the perfect Dublin holiday rental

  • Holiday rentals in Dublin are around 3% cheaper than hotels on average. Search here to compare prices for all accommodation types in Dublin.
  • The best holiday rental properties in Dublin are Nautical Elegance, Heart Of The City, Sleeps 6, Walk To All Sites, Wifi (9.8, 20 reviews), Comfort room with free minibar tea&coffee (9.7, 21), and Central Designer Apartment with river views (9.7, 24), based on ratings and reviews from real travellers.
  • Castleknock - Blanchardstown is the neighbourhood in Dublin with the most affordable holiday rental properties (21 properties with an average price of $101 per night). New room with free minibar&tea&coffee, Self Catering Room and Comfort room with free minibar tea&coffee are the most popular rental properties in Castleknock - Blanchardstown.
  • When you’re in Dublin, you can travel over to England by ferry. If this is something you wish to do, you should look for Dublin holiday rentals close to the port. For example, you could stay at Beckett Locke, which is about a 9min drive from Dublin Port.
  • If you want to enjoy some evening entertainment, you could look for Dublin holiday rentals that are close to a theatre. Grand Canal Square Apartment is roughly a 3min walk away from Bord Gais Energy Theatre.
  • For those that are travelling with children, it’s a good idea to look for Dublin holiday rentals that are close to some entertainment. For instance, you could stay at Glencourt Apartments, which is around a 14min walk from Dublin Zoo, where you can get up close and personal with your favourite animals.
  • If you want to practice your swing whilst in Dublin, then you should look for holiday rentals that are close to a golf course. For example, you could look for a property close to Newlands Golf Club, such as Happy Guest, only about a 14min drive away.
  • If you are not familiar with the transport system in Dublin, you could look for a holiday rental that takes care of your trip to and from the airport. For example, you could stay at Dublin Vacation Rentals, which provides an airport shuttle for an additional fee and is only about 20min drive from the airport.

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