Trinity College, Dublin, is one of the oldest universities in the British Isles, and the oldest in Ireland.
Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth 1st, the College is in an enviable position in the very heart of Ireland's capital. One of the leading visitor attractions, the Book of Kells is housed on the campus, and Trinity itself is within walking distance of shops, other major visitor attractions, theatres, cinemas, museums and libraries.
Standing on a self contained site, the College itself covers some 35 acres of cobbled squares and green spaces surrounded by buildings which represent the accumulated architectural riches of nearly three centuries.
Our prime city centre location means we are adjacent to Grafton Street and Temple Bar. Sample Dublin's unique atmosphere & stroll back to your accommodation.
From the middle of June and the end of September the College opens up its 800 residential rooms on the city centre campus for visitors. The accommodation available within the campus reflects the various architectural periods through which the College has been in existence. The rooms range from older traditional student style accommodation in buildings of character, right up to modern buildings where the rooms have private bathroom facilities. The varying styles of accommodation ensure that there is something suitable for all tastes and budgets.
We offer serviced rooms with various room types from single rooms to 6 bed apartments - mainly ensuite. We have a bar, restaurant and shop on site. The accommodation is available from June-September inclusive. Reception and porters are available from 7.30am to midnight daily.
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