Trinity College (Campus Accommodation)
AddressNassau Street DublinSee nearby area
For rates, enter dates/guests
Description provided by property
Within the famous Trinity College, Dublin, these campus rooms and apartments are located in Dublin’s centre. The famous Book of Kells is just a short walk away through the historic, 16th-century college.
The campus accommodation in Trinity College is situated in either modern apartments or historic study rooms in older areas of the College. Rooms all include bed linen, towels, and tea/coffee facilities.
The accommodation enjoys a fantastic location surrounded by history and great architecture, within Trinity College’s 35 acres of cobbles and green spaces. In the very centre of Dublin, the college is a 10-minute walk from Temple Bar and Grafton Street.
Guests at Trinity College can enjoy either a continental or a full, cooked breakfast.
Trinity College is a 35 acre campus located in Dublin 2 between Nassau Street, Pearse Street and Dame Street. For those arriving from Dublin Airport, the coach company Aircoach travels very regularly from Dublin Airport - City Centre and stops at the front of Trinity College.
Guests must check in at the Accommodation Office, Front Square, Trinity College. Directions are as follows:
Enter Trinity College campus via College Green entrance (Main Entrance). You will then arrive in Front Square. The Accommodation Office is located in the top left hand corner of Front Square (just past the small lawn). You will see a large blue sign outside the Accommodation Office.
The Accommodation Office is open from 8am - Midnight daily. If you arrive to check in after midnight, security at Front Gate (Main Entrance) will check you in.
Deposits will be refunded if booking canceled more then 72 hours in advance of arrival date.
Please note that if you book using American Express credit cards, the property will call you for an alternative payment method. This card type is not accepted at the property.
Services & facilities
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Non-smoking rooms
- Internet services
- Free parking
Trinity College Walking Tour
A great way to see Trinity's grounds is on a student-led walking tour, which departs from the College Green entrance every 20 to 40...
Clockwise round Front Sq from the Front Gate, the first building is the chapel , built in 1798 to plans made in 1777 by the architect...
Bank of Ireland
A sweeping Palladian pile occupying one side of College Green, this magnificent building was the Irish Parliament House until 1801 and...
This architecturally dazzling bar occupies the site of a former Victorian bank and has opulent decoration, including a stained-glass...
The waiters are easy on the eye for a reason: the upstairs cafe of the city's best designer crafts store has long been the favourite...