If you’re planning a trip or even weekend getaway to Ireland, no doubt at some point, Dublin will be on your list of places to stay and explore. We’re here to help you find a Dublin VRBO – vacation rental.
The Irish call Dublin an ancient city with a young soul. Though today it’s a modern European city with a thriving economy and a youthful, energetic vibe, Dublin’s history still oozes through its Georgian squares, Victorian parks, and castle walls.
We’ve gathered up some Dublin VRBOs which include apartments, artist cottages, renovated coach houses and estate properties from towns to waterfronts, and villages to the countryside.
Whether traveling solo, as a couple, a family or with a group of friends, we’ve got you a Dublin VRBO for you.
1864 Victorian Townhouse in City Centre
Victorian architecture is a huge part of Dublin’s history and charm. If you’re into history, a stay at this lovely 1864 townhome has your name on it.
The three-bedroom, one full bath, delightfully decorated home can accommodate up to six guests. We love the spacious, bright atmosphere along with its high ceilings, ornate plaster work, sash windows, timber floors and woodburning stove.
Hand forged wrought iron mirrors, original oil paintings and prints, stained glass lamps and Egyptian carpets make us feel as though we’ve been transported back in time.
The outdoor patio features a pergola, wrought iron dining table surrounded by flowers, plants and colorful hanging baskets.
Relaxing Townhouse in Old Dublin
Right in the heart of Old Dublin, a relaxing two-bed, one-bath townhouse in Dublin’s Liberties district is, but a short stroll to the main tourist attractions, including the beloved Guinness store.
This rental is a great place for a group of friends traveling together as each room offers two twin beds. There’s a separate galley kitchen and living space/dining area. An outside private rear yard includes a picnic table.
Suite Apartment: Walk to Dublin Locations
This two-bedroom, one-bath luxury apartment that can sleep five guests is filled with elegant décor, comfortable furnishings and modern conveniences. The en-suite bathroom even has a sauna.
French wooden doors open out onto a small balcony from the living room and master bedroom.
Given its location, the apartment is just a stroll away to the very popular Grafton Street shopping area and the renowned cultural quarter of Temple Bar.
Heart of the City with River Views
Recently renovated by award-winning architects, this open plan studio apartment Dublin VRBO not only offers a lovely place to rent, but the perfect location to stay in Dublin. Situated right next to the iconic symbol of Dublin – the Ha’penny Bridge –the apartment is also within walking distance to other major sites.
The studio apartment can sleep four and includes one full bath, a kitchen and dining area. Spacious and airy, it has all the modern conveniences while still surrounded by the history of Ireland’s capital city.
Loreto Abbey Rathfarnham
Recently refurbished, this two bedroom, two bath apartment is perfect for those wanting to stay a wee bit further away from the hustle and bustle of the main city center.
Located in a residential block in Rathfarnham, you’ll find great bus service to the heart of Dublin just a few minutes-walk from the apartment. Speaking of the apartment, views of the local area’s historic homes and cathedrals are impressive.
To boot, area views also include a lovely pond and stream.
Apartment with Panoramic Sea Views
What an absolute beautiful choice for those who love the water. This two-bedroom, one-bath, ground floor apartment in County Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown has been completely and beautifully refurbished, although the panoramic sea views still take grand prize on this location.
The property also features a stunning lawn and garden with magnificent multi-leveled landscaping. Being within walking distance of the nearby Dalkey village and DART train station is a lovely added amenity we can truly appreciate.
Old World Apartment in Historic Dublin
This stunning Dublin VRBO near Kilmainham Gaol features three apartment units, a studio, and one cottage, all self-contained with full kitchen and laundry facilities in each. Bathrooms are oversized with power showers and bidets.
Each apartment is named after an Irish nationalist leader to reflect its location in the historic Kilmainham/Inchicore region. The restoration, done with great care and consideration retained most of its original Victorian features.
A bus stop located just outside the tree-lined property offers routes serving many of Dublin’s most popular attractions, so it’s easy to get to your favorite destination or site.
Grand Canal Dock in Dublin
We could totally get into this spacious, elegantly furnished three-bedroom apartment that can sleep five and also includes two full baths, most especially because of its location.
It’s situated in the vibrant Grand Canal (Silicon) Dock area, a real up-and-coming Dublin neighborhood, within walking distance of some of Dublin’s top attractions and next door to the DART station.
A small outdoor balcony is great for throwing down a cold Guinness after a day of exploring Dublin and its environs. If you’re into utilizing the fully-furnished kitchen, you’ll appreciate having a grocery shop right across the street.
Talbot Coach House in the Heart of Dublin
If you’re looking for a larger accommodation ideal for a family vacation, girl’s trip, or a group of friends, Talbot Coach House is situated right in the center of Dublin. The four-bedroom, four-bath stunningly appointed home can sleep up to 16 people and dividing that price makes this quite an affordable option.
The property also boasts a lovely private outdoor courtyard.
The location is ideal as Trinity College, Dublin Castel, Ha’penny Bridge and other delightful Dublin sites are all within walking distance.
Artist Cottage By the Sea in Dublin City
The Artist Residence Dublin Boutique Bed & Breakfast features one-bedroom, one-bath rooms though the quaint chic countryside historic property can also be booked in its entirety.
Guests who love being near the water will appreciate that the cottage is located in the prestigious area of Sutton, just opposite the Irish Sea. The 1921 property is lovingly restored with the historic cottage keeping many of its original furnishings and features.
You’d never believe this two-bedroom, two-bath house was originally built over 100 years ago, but it’s been carefully renovated to maintain many of its original features including solid wood floors and a cast iron fireplace.
Stoneybatter is a neighborhood with lots of old-school Dublin character and another area considered ‘up and coming’ who many believe has already achieved that goal.
Aside from its striking red brick artisan dwellings, the area is known for its prominent Viking street names like Olaf Road and Norseman Place.
Visitors will find dining, pubs and live musicians gathering for regular sessions. It’s such a delightful vacation rental in one heck of a delightful area!
Garden Mews in Killiney
Garden Mews is one of Killiney’s most historic estates, centrally located for coastal, city and mountain exploring. This one-bedroom, one-bath cottages is ideal for couples. Breathtaking Killiney Bay with its sweeping coastal views is only a five-minute walk from the five-acre estate and guests can pick up at DART train here to transport you to the heart of Dublin in no time flat.
Nearby Dalkey Village, reminiscent of a French Medieval town offers a myriad of charming pubs and restaurants. You’re also close to the quaint towns of Bray and Greystones as well.destinationhistoricseaside