Accommodation in Ireland!
When you get to the Dublin, don’t worry about where
to stay. It’s good idea to set up everything before traveling here.
If you don’t have friends here just ask your college to arrange a
host family for a month. Staying at host family is good opportunity to
know about the Irish life, culture, food and many more. Host family
normally costs € 150 per week. It includes all bills, using all the
facilities in the house as well as Breakfast and Dinner.
The Irelands` living is one of
the expensive in European Union. So it is hard for the Nepalese to own a
flat single and stay there alone. One bed flat normally costs Euro 1000
per month. And 2 beds flat costs around 1500 Euro subject to the
locality. It is good idea to share the room with the other people that
cost Euro 50-70 per week. The rates normally does not includes any bills
e.g. electricity, telephone and heating. The way to search people
to share the room is to view Irish national daily "Evening
Herald". Beside that you can go to the USIT
where there is display for such sharing rooms. USIT is located in the City Center
just across the O ` Connel Bridge.
Please do not forget to check notices in your college. It helps a
There are also a plenty of Hostels around the Dublin. The hostels
are quite expensive then the others. The rate of hostel ranges from €
12-15 per night on B/B basis. The easiest hostels to get along are:
29 Bachelors Walk, Dublin 1
22/23 Thomas St.
There are plenty of websites related to
the accommodations. They are:
Above all www.daft.ie is the
best website for the student accommodation. It`s
free of charge and it allows you to search for accommodation in a
particular area and within a certain price range, to share or to rent
You can also find various letting agencies
Some letting agencies might charge for the service. Please feel free to
go and ask any letting agencies when you get to Dublin.