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Avondale House Dublin Star Rating 3        
41/42 Lower Gardiner Street

Within walking distance of several bus stops, this straightforward guesthouse fronts a bustling city centre street and is a 5-minute walk from Trinity College and Dublin Castle. The basic rooms provide cable TV. Some have en suite bathrooms, while others share facilities.
Sky Backpackers - The Spire Star Rating 1        
92 Marlborough Street

Within a 2-minute walk from the River Liffey and the city centre's main street, this colourful hostel is set in a converted recording studio. It's 3 minutes' walk from Luas light rail, 4 minutes' walk from the Temple Bar nightlife precinct and 7 minutes' walk from Trinity College. Lodging is offered in mixed or female-only dorms, along with private rooms.
Sky Apartments Dublin Star Rating 3        
2-4 Litton Lane

Within a 2-minute walk from the River Liffey and the city centre's main street, this colourful hostel is set in a converted recording studio. It's 3 minutes' walk from Luas light rail, 4 minutes' walk from the Temple Bar nightlife precinct and 7 minutes' walk from Trinity College. Lodging is offered in mixed or female-only dorms, along with private rooms.
Sky Backpackers The Liffey Star Rating 3        
2-4 Litton Lane

Within a 2-minute walk from the River Liffey and the city centre's main street, this colourful hostel is set in a converted recording studio. It's 3 minutes' walk from Luas light rail, 4 minutes' walk from the Temple Bar nightlife precinct and 7 minutes' walk from Trinity College. Lodging is offered in mixed or female-only dorms, along with private rooms.
Jacobs Inn Dublin Star Rating 2        
21 - 28 Talbot Place

Within 100m of the main city bus terminal and a Luas light rail stop, this vibrant hostel is an 8-minute walk from the city's main thoroughfare, a 13-minute walk from the Temple Bar nightlife precinct and 1.7 km from 3Arena. The mixed or single-sex dorms feature simple, modern decor with wooden floors and en suite bathrooms.
Drury Court Hotel Star Rating 3        
28-30 Lower Stephen's Street

Traditional-style rooms and apartments, plus bar in casual-modern hotel with free WiFi and parking. ..
Avoca House Bed and Breakfast Star Rating 3        
110 Hollybank Road

This warm bed-and-breakfast is 1 km from the national Botanic Gardens and 2.9 km from the city centre. The bright, individually decorated rooms feature elegant decor and wooden floors.
Waterloo Lodge Star Rating 3        
23 Waterloo Road Ballsbridge

This warm B&B in an 18th-century Georgian townhouse is 1.5 km from St. Stephen's Green and 2.
Clontarf Court Hotel Star Rating 1        
225 Clontarf Road

This upscale pub with rooms overlooks Dublin Bay from the coastal suburb of Clontarf. It's 4 km from the M50 motorway and 6 km from the city centre. Featuring simple furnishings, the laid-back rooms provide free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, and tea and coffeemaking facilities, in addition to en suite bathrooms.
The Bram Stoker Hotel Star Rating 1        
255 Clontarf Road, Clontarf

This upscale pub with rooms overlooks Dublin Bay from the coastal suburb of Clontarf. It's 4 km from the M50 motorway and 6 km from the city centre. Featuring simple furnishings, the laid-back rooms provide free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, and tea and coffeemaking facilities, in addition to en suite bathrooms.
 
 
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Things to do
Dublin's unmissable attractions include the Guinness Storehouse, the old Jameson Distillary and Dublin Castle. Enjoy a voyage of discovery from the Arctic to the plains of Africa via the Indian rainforest at Dublin Zoo or take a walk to Phoenix Park, the largest urban Park in Europe.

Shopping
Dublin's two main shopping districts are located no more than a 20 minute walk from each other. On the north side of the river is the Jervis Centre, Dublin's largest shopping centre. On the south side of the river is the fashionably upmarket Grafton Street where you'll find designer stores and amazing street performers.

Food
The dining scene in Dublin is boomingand a new trend in Celtic cuisine, known as 'modern Irish' has become increasingly popular. The streets of Temple Bar and the Trinity College area are home to many great eateries, with Temple Bar also being the go-to area for nightlife. Grafton Street provides a more relaxed alternative, where wine bars a re more popular.