Top quality student accommodation with plenty of luxury facilities. Each of the studios, apartments and en-suites come complete with double beds, power showers, super fast WiFi connection and plenty of communal areas to make new friends and experience student living at its best. All of our properties have been designed with students in mind and we want you to feel welcome and at home from the moment you arrive right through to the moment you leave.
Dublin is home to a number of leading education institutions. The most notable being Trinity College with it's historic buildings and stunning library, it was set up to be the Oxford and Cambridge of Dublin. Just outside of the city is Ireland's largest university, University College Dublin (UCD). It offers a wide range of courses and has had many notable alumni walk through it's doors. In addition, the Dublin Business School is just a minute's walk away.
Not surprisingly for Europes fastest growing economy, Dublin has an ever increasing choice of eateries to suit all student budgets and tastes. For burger lovers, the Bunsen is the place to go. With a tiny menu that fits on a business card, they offer freshly made patties and hand cut fries that are the best in the city. Follow them on social for cracking offers and deals! For Pizza lovers, check out the Dublin Pizza Company.
As well as great take out, they now have a restaurant at 'The Well', a cool co-working space by day and bar by night. For more Pizza you could check out Pi Pizza - not the easiest place to get a seat due to its popularity, but worth the wait for the perfect Pizza! A great upmarket option to consider if you want to splash out is Mr Fox - a cozy hidden away restaurant serving modern international food with local ingredients. You find plenty more suggestions on Love Dublin.
Heading outside of the city you can find all manor of amazing places, from the one of the largest parks in the world - Dublins playground 'Phoenix Park', to stately homes, nature reserves and war memorial gardens. However for a chance to enjoy the fresh air ands sunshine close to the centre, you can do a-lot worse then check out the delightful St Stephen's Green - a Victorian public park that is a wonderful place of relaxation with an ornamental lake, a waterfall, sculptures and over 3.5km of walkways. A short walk south will take you to Iveagh Gardens- great lace for eating your lunch outside and it doesn't usually get too busy even on the warmest days.
There are a few very fine choices of Cinema in Dublin - a world away fro your out of town multiplexes, the Stellar Theatre is a sumptuous art deco inspired venue, with the added bonus of a cocktail bar upstairs for a post movie drink. The equally splendid Light House Cinema is a stylish 4 screen cinema showing a mix of Art House and mainstream films.
For comedy lovers, the Laughter Lounger is Dublin's only dedicated comedy venue, showcasing up and coming comedians. The choice of live music venues is wide, from Whelan's and Devitt's, to the less mainstream Workman's club and the Bowery on the south-side of the river. The No article talking about entertainment in Dublin would be complete without mentioning Temple bar..! Temple bar is a lively riverside area spread over cobbled lanes, home to a wide range of crowded pub, clubs, restaurants and boutiques.
You can find a number of independent art galleries and other venues showcasing local artists in and around the Temple Bar area. On a grander scale, the National Gallery of Ireland on Merrion Square is home to a wonderful range of Irish & international art. One to check out, especially since its re-opening a few years ago after much remaking and modernising of the interiors.
Equally fascinating is the IMMA the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin 8. With regular exhibitions & events plus beautiful gardens and a great cafe, its a great place to take a study break and get inspired. For alternative museum options, Kilmainham Gaol is a captivating former jail-turned-museum and is a moving reminder of Ireland’s stormy history. Or why not check out a Whiskey tour at the Irish Whiskey Museum and learn about the Irish connection with the spirit.
The Scape accommodation building on Aungier Street is well connected by Dublin city public transport, being a short walk away from both Dublin City South bus and coach station, and Tara Street railway station. However it is also within close walking distance of the many of the Uni's and attractions, allowing you to really explore this historic city.
6 Stephen Street Upper