Self Catering Holiday Homes in Dublin City

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Dublin is one of Europe’s oldest capital cities and is situated on the east coast of Ireland, on the banks of the River Liffey. Trident Holiday Homes offers a choice of self catering holiday homes in Dublin from holiday homes in Sandymount within easy reach of the city centre to holiday homes in Swords in an attractive rural setting just minutes from Dublin Airport.

Dublin City enjoys a comparatively temperate climate thanks for the most part to its location on the sheltered east coast, surrounded by the Dublin Mountains. In fact the scenic, fertile countryside of County Dublin is never far away no matter where you are in the city nor is the coast with its sandy beaches and coves.

Dublin is known for its excellent nightlife and guests staying at our holiday homes are sure to find something to suit their tastes. The city is home to a number of Michelin star restaurants which include L’Écrivain, Chapter One and Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud but there is an infinite choice of restaurants, eateries, bistros and cafés for all budgets and tastes, click here for a comprehensive listing.

Dublin is of course world renowned for its incredible variety of pubs - from traditional Irish pubs holding traditional music sessions to sports bars and disco bars to sophisticated wine bars. In addition to its many night clubs, Dublin is home to a number of music venues. The best known of these include Vicars Street, The O2, the Sugar Club, Crawdaddy, the National Concert Hall and the RDS. Dublin can be said to be the spiritual home of Irish Theatre and has many theatres such as The Abbey, The Gate and The Gaiety, showing a variety of productions from Shakespeare to pantomime and historical Irish plays to contemporary theatre.

Dublin is a great sporting city and home to the world’s oldest rugby ground at Lansdowne Road – now the Aviva Stadium. Croke Park Stadium has a capacity of 82 thousand and is the headquarters of the GAA (Gaelic Athletic Association) and hosts both hurling and Gaelic football matches (both traditional Irish sports) as well as huge open air concerts.  Ireland’s long association with the horse industry, both breeding and competition, is celebrated annually at the Dublin Horse Show held at the historic RDS showgrounds while the Irish affinity with sea is visible in the number of yacht clubs and marinas dotted along this small stretch of coast line, these include The National Yacht Club, The Royal Irish Yacht Club, Malahide Yacht Club and Howth Yacht Club.

Guests staying at our self catering accomodation in Dublin will be spoiled for choice by the extensive choice of tours ranging from Historical Walking Tours to Dublin Bus ‘Hop On – Hop Off’ Tours or for the more adventurous, the Viking Splash Tours. These tours take visitors around the city’s many visitor attractions such as Trinity College – home to the famous Book of Kells, the National Gallery, the Museum of Modern Art, Dublin Castle, the Dáil – Ireland’s seat of parliament, Áras an Uachtaráin – the Irish president’s residence and the Guinness Store House to name but a few.

Just like most capital cities, Dublin offers some fantastic shopping from designer labels to high street fashions the city center’s main shopping areas of St. Stephen’s Green and Grafton Street offer something for everyone. The city also has a number of markets and arcades such as Georges Street Arcade, Cows Lane Market, the Temple Bar Food Market and the Black Horse Market offering something a little out of the ordinary.

Our self catering accommodation in Dublin provides the ideal base to enjoy all that this cosmopolitan city has to offer whether you are visiting for a weekend or on a family holiday.