|For a successful stay we believe you need a friendly and comfortable environment and it is for this reason that we do our best to ensure it. We carefully select and regularly visit each accommodation. With most of them we’ve been working since the beginning. Standard, rooms are booked from the Sunday before the first course day until Saturday morning after the last day of lessons. In Dublin you can choose to stay from Saturday to Saturday or from Sunday to Sunday without extra costs. If you prefer this, please leave a message on the enrolment form. Other extra nights are subject to availability.
In Dublin we offer the following accommodation types:
Located in the city centre, on a 20-25 minutes travel distance from the school we have some quality shared apartments. You have your own private room in an apartment, shared with about 3-5 other language school students and/or Irish University students. You share the common areas such as the kitchen, bathroom and living room. There are coin operated washing machines and there is free internet available. The minimum age for the shared apartment is 18 years old. Bed sheets are available, but you should bring your own towels.
Reservations for double rooms can only be made for students travelling together, please mind the double rooms have limited availability. A 185 EUR deposit is charged for shared apartment bookings. This will be refunded after room inspection. The minimum age for the shared apartment is 18 years old.
Our Irish host families will offer you their hospitality, a cosy place and the opportunity for a true cultural exchange during your stay in Dublin. All families are usually located within a 30 minutes travel distance (maximum 45 minutes) from the school. Please mind that a host family is not always the typical family, but can also consist of a divorced woman (with or without children) who likes to cook for foreign students.
We believe this one of the best ways to get to know the culture of the country. Having your own room and keys, you will enjoy this home-style experience yet still have the comforts of independence. But it must be understood that each student must adhere to the rules and costumes of their family. Obviously you share the common areas such as the bathroom and living room with the family. The kitchen can be used only for making coffee, thee or a sandwich.
In Dublin the host family with half board includes breakfast and dinner during the week and full board (so breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the weekends. Bed sheets are available, but you should bring your own towels. Reservations for double rooms can only be made for students travelling together.