Last week we showed you around a few of the best Airbnb apartment in beautiful Edinburgh, a city that becomes even more beautiful when it’s colder. Another one of those cities close to home is Dublin. Mostly because of the endless amounts of pubs you can find on every street corner where the beer will keep you very warm. A weekend of
beer drinking sightseeing requires a good night sleep and what better way to do that than in an Airbnb apartment. We’ve selected the 5 best ones in Dublin that both have a perfect location and will make you feel right at home.
1. Designer Apt in the heart of Dublin | Located right in front of the Ha’penny Bridge, you’ve got an amazing view of Dublin’s most famous landmarks straight from your bedroom window. That makes sightseeing a whole lot easier. Add to that the large amount of space in this apartment and unique red ceiling, and you’ve got a winner.
2. Unique Oval Georgian Studio Gr. Fl. | Want to experience Dublin like a real Irishman? This home will make you feel as if you’ve been transported back in time, just look at that entrance and living room. We’ve got the feeling that this place hasn’t changed since 1900. The location is also perfect, situated on Mountjoy Square, in the heart of Dublin’s Georgian core.
3. One bedroom apt in great location | Visiting Dublin with your lover? This cute apartment in the middle of the trendy area Silicon Docks is perfect. You’ll feel right at home in this comfy apartment and when the sun comes out you can hang out on the cute balcony.
4. Stylish City Center Pad | The previous apartments lacked a bit of style but this one makes up for it big time. This must be the most stylish Airbnb apartment we’ve ever seen. When you’re done admiring the interior you’ve got the Christchurch Cathedral and Temple Bar close by. We would love to take the interior home.
5. Large Loft apartment close to Grafton Street | Going to Dublin with a big group of friends then this is going to be your stay. We can already see ourselves hanging out on that enormous couch with a hangover before heading into the city: “The area is one of Dublin’s liveliest districts and has some of Dublin’s most fashionable restaurants and historic pubs.” Sounds just perfect (ignore the bad photos because the reviews are great)!