Bed and Breakfast in Dublin
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Jurys Inn Dublin Parnell Street
Reviewed on Sep 1, 2020
Maldron Hotel Pearse Street
Reviewed on Mar 17, 2020
Clontarf Castle Hotel
Reviewed on Sep 11, 2020
Why Stay at a B&B in Dublin?
If you're looking for something a little different than your standard hotel, a bed and breakfast could be a great option for your getaway. Dublin has 809 accommodations, including 43 B&Bs, so you'll have plenty of options to maximize comfort and relaxation. A stay at a B&B in Dublin wouldn't be complete without a stop by some top museums like National Gallery of Ireland at Merrion Square or Guinness Storehouse.
Every B&B has a unique charm— whether it's a cozy reading space or a beautiful breakfast room, the quaint details are what make bed and breakfasts a home away from home. Check out these B&Bs in Dublin:
Albany House: 3 stars
Gleann-Na-Smol: 3 stars, 5 rooms
FlyOver Bed and Breakfast: 3 stars, 6 rooms
Glenmore House: 3 stars
Number 31: 4 stars, 21 rooms
How to Pack for the Weather in Dublin
If you're curious about the best time to visit Dublin, we've collected some relevant weather info to help you plan your trip:
- The hottest months are typically July and August, while January and February are the coldest months
- Average rainfall is 29.88 inches in a year
- January-March: Daytime temperatures average 52° F and nighttime temperatures average 34° F
- April-June: 66° F is the daytime average and 37° F is the nighttime average
- July-September: Daytime averages are around 67° F and nighttime averages are around 45° F
- October-December: The average temperatures are 60° F during the day and 35° F at night
Things to See and Do in Dublin
Travelers who want to experience Dublin should check out its top museums and great live music scene. If cultural attractions are high on your list, National Gallery of Ireland at Merrion Square and Bord Gáis Energy Theatre are spots to check out. You might put Ha' Penny Bridge and Dublin Castle on your list if you want to see more of the area.
Dublin is also known for its:
- Historical sites
Transportation Options In and Around Dublin
Fly into Dublin (DUB), which is located 5.8 mi (9.3 km) away from the heart of the city.
Walk to nearby metro stations like Jervis Station, Abbey Street Station, and St. Stephen's Green Station. If you want to see more of the area, hop aboard a train from Dublin Tara Street Station, Dublin Pearse Street Station, or Dublin Connolly Station.