Dublin Bed and Breakfast guide Ireland
Home to over a quarter of the Ireland's population, almost one million in all, Dublin is a youthful, vibrant and dynamic city with an ever-increasing cosmopolitan influence. Chic restaurants and ultra-modern hotels have brought the city centre to life. Temple Bar needs no introduction and the older icons such as Trinity College, Merrion Square and the National Museum are all enjoying the benefits of Dublin's status as a year-round tourist destination. If the pace is just too much, escape to the hills of Howth, the Dalkey headland or the majestic Wicklow Mountains. Dublin provides a variety of accommodation to cater to the needs of the tourists. Dublin accommodations available for rent include hotels, hostels, guesthouses, townhouses, bed & breakfasts and even castles. These accommodation provide a range of services to meet the demands of the travellers.
Bars and pubs culture has achieved a lot of popularity. Dublin offers a vast range of bars and pubs all over the city, each of them providing a different environment, ranging from classy and traditional to modern and contemporary. All the bars and pubs offer music and dance to give you the best time of your life!