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Short stay apartments in Dun Laoghaire

Whether you're heading off on a holiday with the fam or you're a plucky solo traveller, consider an apartment in Dun Laoghaire. Usually featuring a living area, kitchen and separate bedrooms, they're just the thing for those who value their independence and privacy. No rigid breakfast rules. No annoying curfews. All the creature comforts of home. Ready to holiday your own way?

Top family-friendly apartments in Dun Laoghaire

Honestly, escaping with the kids can be a great joy — but it's where you stay that truly makes the difference. Muster up the youngsters and reserve an apartment where the words comfort and family-friendly go hand in hand.

Make memories as a family at the Dublin At Home Adelphi House. Relaxation for the grown-ups, excitement for the young'uns — this property offers plenty of both.

Dun Laoghaire business apartments

Got a business trip coming up soon? No need to lock yourself away in a cramped hotel room. Stay in an apartment and have a space where you can live, work and feel right at home. Take advantage of all the amenities you need in Dun Laoghaire at:

  • Dublin At Home Adelphi House (0.3 kilometres from downtown Dun Laoghaire): Ingredients that make a work trip more bearable — parking facilities and internet access. They're both available here.

What is the difference between an apartment and a hotel?

If you're taking off for a short period and searching for a total escape from domestic reality, a hotel is a good fit. But if you're hanging around a little longer and can't live without the creature comforts of home, choose an apartment. Stock the fridge with groceries. Cook your own meals. Watch films on the lounge. Yep, good luck feeling homesick.

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