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There are 747 vacation rentals near Dublin for all manner or mood of travel, availability of time off, and size of budget. So, if you are hoping for an affordable Dublin vacation, you can find 10% rentals under $75/night. Or if you are willing to splurge on a luxury vacation in Dublin, there are 75 between $401 and $3,643/night. Whether you are sleeping by yourself or with a significant other, or are travelling with a group of 70 there are short term home and apartment rentals in Dublin to fit your vacation needs. The most popular types of short-term rental homes in Dublin are condos, houses and hotels. Dublin has been a frequently searched travel destination this year and continues to grow in popularity. VacationRenter offers a wide selection of vacation rental availability from leading travel sites like Vrbo (Vacation Rentals By Owner),, and many more. Search your travel dates to find available Dublin vacation homes for your trip.

Where Is Dublin, Ireland?

Ireland’s capital of Dublin is the largest Irish city, situated on the mouth of the River Liffey in Leinster, within the east-central region of the country. Bordered by the Dublin Mountains to the south, and flat farmland to the north and west, Dublin is both an amalgamation of country and city.

What Is Dublin, Ireland Known For?

Dublin is one of the most beautiful cities in Ireland, teeming full of rich culture, history, and beauty. Gaze at the majesty of Christ Church Cathedral and guzzle down pints in Temple Bar. Listen to the Irish folk music and tales of the locals, then stumble down the beautiful cobbled streets. If the luck of the Irish is on your side and you find yourself wandering this beautiful city, don’t take it for granted.

Popular Attractions in Dublin, Ireland

  • The Little Museum of Dublin: A civic people’s museum, The Little Museum of Dublin chronicles the history of the city and its inhabitants during the 20th century. The museum offers visitors personal and detailed glimpses into the everyday life of Dubliners during the 20th century, including exhibitions on the 1916 Easter Rising, John F. Kennedy’s historic visit, and other events in Irish political and social history. Described as the “best museum experience in Dublin,” The Little Museum of Dublin may be little, but its influence is anything but that.
  • Jameson Distillery Bow Street: A glass of Jameson and soda is probably a drink order that every bartender in the world has heard in their career. Visit the home of the famous Jameson Irish Whiskey by visiting the Jameson Distillery Bow Street. The now-defunct distillery was the original site where the alcohol was distilled until 1971. Visitors can embark on a fully-guided tasting tour and learn about the heritage and processes of Ireland’s best-selling whiskey. Tour experiences will come to a nice end in the JJ Bar where you can have a complimentary tipple and chill with friends. You can also choose to try out a whiskey blending masterclass, whiskey cocktail masterclass, or a 40-minute tasting session of Bow Street’s favorite whiskeys.
  • Kilmainham Gaol: A former prison, Kilmainham Gaol is now an open museum that displays the harrowing history of the country. The building is representative of the militant and constitutional Irish nationalism that is written in the history books. During the Anglo-Irish war, several Irish revolutionaries of the Irish Republican Movement were imprisoned here and later executed by the British. As a county jail, ordinary men, women, and children were also detained here with sentences for crimes ranging from petty to serious offences. The prison closed in 1924 and the museum opened in 1971. As an absolute must-see for history aficionados, tourists can embark on a 45 to 60 minute tour with a knowledgeable guide who will inform you about the terrible treatment of inmates, the history and politics during the operation of the prison, and subsequent closure and restoration of the current museum.

Popular Destinations Near Dublin

  • Glendalough: A glacial valley that lies in County Wicklow, Glendalough is synonymous with natural Irish beauty: rolling green mountains, azure-hued lakes, and breathtaking panoramic vistas. These are the things that await you when you come across Glendalough. Whether you hike through the labyrinthine and laborious network of marked trails, climb the treacherous cliffs, or simply lay down and crack open a picnic basket, Glendalough provides ample opportunities to do this and more. Explore this emerald jewel in the crown of the county, which is colloquially known as the “Garden of Ireland.”
  • Cliffs of Moher: Get away from the commotion of the city and discover the true natural beauty that Ireland has to offer when you visit the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare. A certified UNESCO Global Geopark, the Cliffs of Moher offers gorgeous panoramic views over the Atlantic Ocean. Take in the staggering beauty of the cliffside views, feel the ocean spray, and listen to the ageless legends immersed within the rocks of this historical location. Venture down the Doolin Cliff Walk and pop by the aesthetically eclectic Visitor Centre.

Best Neighborhoods in Dublin

  • Temple Bar: Visit Dublin’s trendy cultural quarter and explore the vibrant nightlife the city has to offer. Located in the beating heart of the city, the cobbled street plaza is packed full of boutiques, cafes, galleries, bars, restaurants, and pubs. Any time of the year, the area is bustling full of young and beautiful party-seekers and merrymakers. Next time you find yourself in “The Dubs,” visit the famous red bar of the same name, meet locals and tourists alike, and have a good night! Sláinte!
  • Christchurch: One of the most beloved areas of Dublin, Christchurch occupies an enviable central destination ensuring that they are at heart of all the action. Full of pubs and restaurants without all the typical alcohol-fueled rowdiness, Christchurch is an ideal neighborhood to kick back, relax and enjoy a pint of Guinness or two. However, if you do insist on doing something more than having a couple, make sure you explore the 1,000 year old Christchurch Cathedral, Book of Kells, and Trinity College.

Home-types in Dublin

Dublin has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Dublin:

Points of interests in Dublin

Dublin has several popular points of interest for you to check out when visiting the area. Here are the most popular points of interest in Dublin: