Cheap Airbnb Homes in Dublin: Best Value Vacation Homes for Summer Stays

Staycations are the name of the game for summer 2021, but what if you don’t want to stay in a hotel in your own country? What if you wanted to experience a complete vacation home?

If you switch to Airbnb, you will find a bunch of homes and apartments that can be yours for a stay in our beautiful city.

So here are our picks for the best value vacation homes in Dublin.

First of all, there is a beautiful apartment that can accommodate three people with one bedroom with a king-size bed, a bathroom and an extra large sofa where a third person can sleep.

This is a newly refurbished basement apartment in an old Georgian house in Dublin city, with all of the capital’s attractions on your doorstep.

It costs only 86 € per night. You also get a 5% discount for each week of stay. Click here to check it out.

If the north is more to your liking, then fear not. A lovely one bed apartment just north of Blessington Street in Phibsborough could be your perfect stay for € 66 a night.

It has been recently remodeled and now has a bedroom with a double bed and a funky loft over the kitchen, perfect for all your midnight snack dogs.

If you’re a light sleeper, the list recommends earplugs to block out noise from the surrounding street. Click here to find out more.

Another getaway to the north can be yours for € 70 a night in the heart of Mountjoy, just minutes from Mountjoy Square.

There is contactless check-in and 24/7 virtual support to limit any potential human contact.

It has a bedroom with a double bed, a full kitchenette, plenty of space to relax and read a book or plug in the provided HDMI cable to stream your favorite Netflix show.

Weather permitting, you can still relax in the private garden. Book here.

You can’t be more central than Temple Bar, can you? Why not enjoy the wonders of the heart of the city for a week in this two bedroom apartment.

At just € 72 per night, that should leave you plenty of cash for the infamous Temple Bar nightlife and all its wonders. Find out more here.

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