These 5 Dublin Airbnbs Will Make You Scream Bono’s Name

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We’ve all heard of Dublin, one of Europe’s most beautiful cities filled with history, castles, and nature. It was named as Europe’s fourth most popular city amongst tourists because of its amazing Georgian architecture, charm, and poise. Dublin was founded by Vikings during the 9th century, making it that more interesting. Famous for beer and pubs, this city is also great for partying and spending time with your friends. If you’re a foodie, you can choose between five Michelin Star restaurants, so don’t worry!

Some of the things you’ll get to see and experience are Guinness Storehouse, Blarney Castle, the famous Temple Bar, Giant’s Causeway, Ring of Kerry, Jameson Distillery, the Little Museum of Dublin, National Museum of Ireland, Irish Museum of Modern Art, or Chester Beatty.

As the architecture of the Dublin city itself, many of the Airbnb rentals as equally as beautiful and historic. Below you’ll find some of the most unique and outstanding properties you’ll ever come across. Welcome to Ireland!

Large Majestic House in Ballsbridge – approx. $935/night

This old Embassy House is so unique – you’ll feel like you’re in a movie! It’s so extravagant and lavish – every detail in this house is just so special. Located in a quiet, residential area of Dublin country, it’s a perfect Irish getaway for you and your friends or your family.

It’s very close to Dublin city, so if you want to explore the city, don’t fret – you’ll have easy access to it. This house can accommodate up to twelve guests and it has six bedrooms and five bathrooms. The décor is vintage and very lavish. Every corner of this place was carefully sculpted for you to enjoy.

Amazing Sea View Villa on Dublin Bay – approx. $845/night

This secluded, two-story villa is located straight on Dublin Bay, offering you the most breathtaking panoramic views of the Irish sea and the surrounding area. It’s situated in Dublin country, in a lovely, picturesque village of Dalkey. Featuring six bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms, this huge house can accommodate up to thirteen people. The design of this house was inspired by Mediterranean villas, and it offers a stunning view of the sea and of Sugarloaf Mountain.

Exclusive Georgian Townhouse in Ballsbridge – approx. $845/night

When you see this place, you’ll be in awe of its beauty! It’s so majestic and charming, it won’t leave you indifferent. Located in a premium area of Dublin – near the embassy belt, Aviva Stadium, Barrow Street, and St. Stephen’s Green, this place is guaranteed to make you feel like royalty. It can accommodate up to eight guests and it has four bedrooms and five bathrooms. It also has a large green backyard perfect for your morning coffees, an amazing and cozy indoor fireplace, and a modern, fully equipped kitchen.

Stunning Seaview Home in Dublin – approx. $507/night

Overlooking Clontarf Promenade, this spectacular Victorian home offers an ultimate Dublin experience. It’s great for very large groups, as well as families, looking to spend their holidays surrounded by luxury and history. It can accommodate up to fourteen people and it has five bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.

Beautiful Edwardian Home on Bushy Park Road – approx. $1,042/night

This amazing house was built way back in 1903, making it an amazing historical monument. Even though it’s been a while since its creation, the house still retains details from that period, contrasted with modern appliances and interior décor.

It offers a stunning backdrop of trees, nature, and the Dublin Mountains, making it a perfect place for having a relaxing time and enjoying your stay to the fullest extent. By having five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms, this house can easily accommodate up to nine people.

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