Hostels in Dublin with Parking

Hostels in Dublin with Parking
Ireland is known for a unique brand of natural beauty, for historic cities rich with culture, for being a friendly and safe country and for some of the world's most legendary beers and spirits. In Dublin, if you look lost and are holding a map, locals will always help you out. It isn't a crowded city as well, so you don't have to stand in long lines, and tourists don't overflow the city. On a visit to Dublin, you can get lost in the wonders of the many museums, savour some delicious traditional dishes and meander through the laneways and cobbled Streets. The city has such a nice ambiance, good shops, a great culture, lots of things to do and good food. Dublin is an amazing city; small enough to discover in a short period of time but good enough to stay there for two weeks or even longer.

Always make sure that you check the price of parking before you book your stay. Some hostels charge extra with the room, while some charge when you arrive. And some hostels only have a limited number of parking spaces that are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Dorm Bed: EUR15.00
Private Room: EUR26.50
Overall Rating: 88%
Barnacles Temple Bar House has a super nice, helpful, welcoming and hard working staff, who go the extra mile to make your stay in this property the best possible. Their 24-hour reception and security means you are safe to enjoy Barnacles’ free tours and pub crawls. The hostel offers free WiFi, free breakfast, a free walking tour and massive discounts on other tours, drinks, food and activities. Barnacles Temple Bar House also makes it easy for you to meet other travellers, with a selection of chill-out areas and a variety of group activities on offer. Make sure to go to their Barnacles Pub Crawl, daily at 9pm, valid for 2 nights in the row. There's no curfew, so you'll have lots of time to explore the pubs and bars of Temple Bar. If you can’t get to the post office on time, the staff can pop your postcards in the mail for you. Bright and spacious, in the heart of Temple Bar, this hostel is immaculately clean, has nice laid-out ensuite dorms and doubles with in-room storage. Top facilities, comfy lounge, linen and towels are provided. Every room comes with an ensuite bathroom and is centrally heated. The cosy rooms have hot showers, comfy mattresses and individual reading lights to ensure you have a good rest. Each bed has a built-in under-bed locker to secure your luggage, and all rooms have electronic security card access keys. All the dorms are cleaned daily and the beds made with fresh linen. Here you'll find all the facilities you need, like a fully-equipped kitchen, bicycle storage, laundry service and parking with a discounted rate only two minutes walk away.

19 Temple Lane Temple Bar, Dublin 2 , Dublin, Ireland,
Dorm Bed: EUR15.00
Private Room: EUR21.00
Overall Rating: 82%
If you are interested in historical Dublin, Four Courts Hostel is the perfect place to stay, as it is located near Christchurch Cathedral, the Guinness Storehouse, the Brazen Head (Dublin’s oldest pub) and the Jameson Distillery. The hostel has a large movie room with couches in the basement, and loads of communal space to relax and unwind. Their staff are funny, friendly and simply wonderful; they host free BBQs, pub crawls and walking tours so you can explore Dublin and meet other travellers as well. They provide free Internet and WiFi, free international phone calls to over 40 countries, free breakfast, free guided walking tours and free city maps. Wednesday is discounted pub crawl night and Thursday is free BBQ and discount beers night. Enjoy the latest movies, Wii games, foosball, a pool table, board games, a book swap library in the reading room and even free guitars. If you feel like cooking the hostel has a large self-catering kitchen and dining area. They can also provide packed lunches and arrange meals for groups. Drinks and snacks are available anytime from the vending machine. Their facilities include a smoking area, laundry facilities, car parking, an elevator, recycling facilities, a printer for boarding passes, and discounts on all major tourist attractions, pub crawls every night and day tours arranged right at their desk. Reception is open 24hrs a day, making sure there is excellent security at all time. There is an airport shuttle bus direct from the hostel, from very early in the morning until late at night. The twin and double rooms have bunk beds. The 6-bed to 16-bed dorms are interconnected and share the same shower rooms.

15/17 Merchants Quay Christchurch (Adjacent to Temple Bar) , Dublin, Ireland,
Dorm Bed: $19.70
Private Room: $48.63
Overall Rating: 90%
Gardiner House is a former 200-years-old convent with its own Victorian chapel converted into a backpackers hostel for travellers and students. The beautiful historical building has been completely renovated to a high standard and it still retains its originality and charm. It is based in Upper Gardiner Street, next to Mountjoy Park, only a few minutes walk from O’Connell Street, which is the main street of Dublin. Restaurants, bars, shops and main tourist attractions such as Temple Bar and Trinity College are only a few minutes away. The aim is to make your stay in Dublin as comfortable and enjoyable as possible, making you feel at home, while providing a high quality service at a budget price. Gardiner House has a spacious kitchen open 24/7 with everything you need to cook your own meals, including plenty of fridge space and tea/coffee/hot chocolate available at any time. Free breakfast is available from 7:00 to 10:30 and includes: 2 types of bread, 3 types of Jam, 2 types of peanut butter, 3 types of cereals, Nutella, 3 types of fruits and orange juice. Some food served during breakfast time remains available all day long in the kitchen. Gluten Free breakfast is also available upon request. The kitchen is linked to the property's private garden, where you can chill and have your meal while breathing some fresh air. There are many common areas, such as the dining and living room where you can hang out, meet other travellers, enjoy your meals, play pool, football table and board games, listen to music and have a few drinks. They also have a large TV room, furnished with very comfortable sofas and classy bean bags where you can watch a movie or use the computers for free. A laundry room is available to wash, dry and iron your clothes. Car park is available for €10 a day. The international staff knows the best things to do and see within and around Dublin and will be always happy to offer you practical advice or to share their own experiences. Since this hostel is partnered with several tour companies, it can offer you some free or budget options to explore the city and the rest of Ireland. The taxi company it partners with offers a very competitive price for getting around the city or to the airport. Gardiner House offers comfortable accommodation in large mix and female dorms (4,6,8,12 beds) as well as private rooms (single, twin, triple, double). Each room comes with its own wi-fi router and flat screen TV for private rooms. High quality mattresses, hairdryers and individual reading lights to ensure a high level of comfort are provided to all guests free of charge. Every bed comes with its own power and USB sockets, and an under-bed locker to secure your valuables. Rooms are cleaned daily and the beds are always made with fresh linen. Each floor has multiple bathrooms, which are cleaned four times a day to ensure a high quality standard of cleanliness.

76 Gardiner Upper Street , Dublin, Ireland,
Dorm Bed: EUR10.00
Private Room: EUR19.50
Overall Rating: 78%
Dublin International Youth Hostel is located on the North Side of the Liffey river, just a 5 minute stroll from O'Connell Street and 10 minutes from the GPO and the Spire in the centre of the city. The Dublin International Youth Hostel was originally a Girls' Convent School for the local area and has been adapted to now accommodate many world travellers. It still retains many features of its previous use, with the statues of Saint Joseph and Jesus to the bright refurbished Church that serves up the free light breakfast each morning instead of a sermon. As the only hostel in Dublin connected to An Oige – Irish Youth Hostel Association/Hostelling International and YHA, the hostel lives by the ethos of both providing affordable and safe accommodation for people to experience Ireland and its culture, as well as being committed to sustainability and recycling practices to lessen our impact on our environment. Dorms are male or female and accommodates 6, 8 and 10 guests. The hostel provides free linen, free parking, city maps, WiFi, security lockers, key card access, a comfortable common room, bicycle parking, meeting rooms, books for exchange, self-catering facilities, cable TV, an outdoor terrace, hair dryers for hire, laundry facilities, airport transfers, bicycle hire, towels for hire, luggage storage, vending machines, a tours and travel desk and 24 hour reception and security.

61 Mountjoy Street , Dublin, Ireland,
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