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The average price for a weekly Dublin vacation rental found by KAYAK users in the last 2 weeks is $2,977.
The average price for a monthly Dublin vacation rental found by KAYAK users in the last 2 weeks is $12,759.
There are loads of different property types that you can make your vacation home in Dublin. You’ll find apartments, agritourism, holiday parks, houses, cottages, farmstays, homestays, luxury tents, lodges, campgrounds, chalets, cabins, barns, villas and caravans.
There are many types of properties available for Dublin vacation rentals. If you’re looking for something special, vacation rentals most loved by KAYAK users are Premier Suites Plus Dublin, Leeson Street and Sweet Inn - Gorgeous Howth I.
If you’re a large group then you’ll need plenty of space. The highest rated vacation home that can sleep 6 people or more by KAYAK users is Cloverhill Gate Lodge.
There are a number of dog and pet-friendly Dublin vacation rentals, with around 3% allowing you to bring your pet along with you.
KAYAK users have found vacation rentals in Dublin for as cheap as $148 in the last 3 days. The average price is $425.
In the last 72 hours, users have found Dublin vacation rentals for tonight for as low as $144.
Vacation rentals in Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green, North Inner City and The Liberties, Inchicore and Phoenix Park have the most searches on KAYAK. For more information about Dublin's different neighborhoods, check out our Dublin's City Guide.
Take a look at our vacation rentals map to find the best vacation rental homes near you.
Should you fancy going for a swim whilst you are on holiday in Dublin, you can search for Dublin holiday rentals that have a swimming pool. For example, you could stay at Dublin Wyane Appart., which has a private pool for guests to use. It is also only a 20min bus journey into the city centre for when you want a change of scenery.
A great way to save money when you are on holiday in Ireland is to look for a Dublin holiday rental that has self-catering facilities. For example, The Foundry Dublin is one such accommodation, which has an oven, a stovetop and a microwave for you to cook up a storm. It is also only about an 8min walk from the supermarket, so you can stock up your cupboards with ease.
If you have hired a car on your holiday in Dublin, then it is a good idea to look for a holiday rental which has free parking, so that you can rest assured that your vehicle is safe. For example, Merrion Mews has free and private parking for its guests. It’s also only around a 4min walk from The National Gallery of Ireland, so you’ll be in the heart of the action.
If you are in Dublin to work, then you should search for holiday rentals that provide you with a workspace. For instance, Griffith Halls of Residence provides a business centre and meeting facilities for you to work in. In addition, it’s only about a 25min walk to the city centre, so it’s well located too.