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End of May - end of August

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Book Your Long Stay Accommodation This Summer

DCU rooms are offering long-stay accommodation this summer at their All Hallows location from the end of May until the end of August. This accommodation is available for bookings that are a minimum of 6 weeks.

Take advantage of our best rate guarantee when you book on our official website. Our rates are always €10 cheaper than other websites, flexible cancellation policy and best room priority to those who book on our official website!

Experience everything Dublin has to offer this summer by booking your long stay at DCU Rooms today!

Summer Activities Dublin

Local Parks

Located just 15 minutes from DCU Rooms, the National Botanic Gardens is the perfect location of peace and splendour. The BEST part about the Botanic Gardens is that the entry is FREE. The Botanic Garden contains important collections of plant species and cultivars from all over the world.

Croke Park  – Croke Park, located just 10 minutes from DCU rooms, is the headquarters of Ireland’s national and most popular sports, our local Gaelic Games. Croke Park is Ireland’s largest stadium, as well as one of the largest in Europe. Throughout the year, you can watch a match of our glorious sports and attend major events and concerts. Festivals in Dublin – Forbidden Fruit is Dublin’s first and longest-running city-center festival, taking place in the heart of the city. Forbidden Fruit will return as the first festival of the summer on the Bank Holiday Weekend of June 3 & 4, 2023, for a special celebration. They are celebrating their tenth anniversary on the grounds of the Irish Museum of Modern Art at the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham. It is an absolute must-see festival

Coastal Towns

Dún Laoghaire is a fascinating, and a gorgeous getaway location for the day! It is worth a visit due to its accessibility to Dublin City and its transportation connections. Take a swim in the ocean, visit a museum, or try sailing—Dun Laoghaire has something for everyone!

Malahide has its own personality and some magnificent architecture. Visit Malahide Castle and Gardens to learn about its history. After that, you can stroll through the gardens, which contain over 5,000 plant varieties. Coastal paths, forest trails, and hillside hikes offer everything from leisurely strolls to strenuous hikes. After you’ve finished exploring Malahide, there are numerous restaurants and shops to choose from.

Howth is a small fishing village on the north side of Dublin.  There are plenty of cafes and restaurants in Howth.  It’s the perfect place to pick up some fresh fish and chips.   Howth is well known for its walking trails.  The cliff is a stunning trail that takes you around Howth Peninsula with stunning views of the harbour, nearby islands, the Bailey lighthouse and Dublin Bay. 

Food & Drinks This Summer

The Market Bar Group – The Market Bar is one of the most popular places to visit during the summer months, thanks to its outdoor beer garden. This venue serves delicious pints of beer, delicious tapas, chicken wings, and much more. Must go bar during the summer months!

Temple Bar – You can’t visit Dublin and not mention Temple Bar. A night in Temple Bar, which boasts a party atmosphere every night of the week, is something you must do when visiting Dublin. You will be greeted by friendly bartenders who are always up for a good time. Order a pint, listen to the live music, and hit the dance floor! Don’t miss out on a night to remember at Temple Bar.

Brew Dog Outpost Dublin – Right beside the River Liffey, they have one of the most stunning locations. Outpost Dublin is known for its 32 taps of delicious craft beer, two bars on two levels, and an eye-catching menu. You can definitely enjoy some good food and a good vibe by visiting the Brew Dog Outpost Dublin.

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Sep 2019
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Sep 2019
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