Overnight stay

During summer months Trinity offers some of the most affordable accommodation rates in Dublin. Wake up in Ireland’s oldest university and experience it from a unique perspective – as a resident.

Stay overnight on Trinity campus

Staying overnight on Trinity campus during summer months is a truly unique experience.  There is a wide range of accommodation options available at some of the most affordable rates in Dublin. Choose from single, twin or double rooms and private apartments.

With 24 hour security, leafy squares and cobblestone walkways, Trinity is an oasis of tranquility in the heart of Dublin city centre.

Whether you are a solo traveller or a family group, you’ll create unforgettable memories when you stay with us here at Trinity. Not only will you discover our campus and all its history and treasures, you will also have the top things to do in Dublin with the best of culture food and nightlife at your doorstep.


Take a Trinity Trails tour

One of the best ways to explore the Ireland’s oldest university is with a historical walking tour. Join an expert Trinity guide to follow the footsteps of famous past students, learn behind the scenes stories spanning the university’s 400 year history and discover it’s hidden gems. Suitable for people of all ages and fun thing to do, even on a rainy day. Trinity Trails walking tours run 7 days a week.

Make the most out of your day in Dublin and opt for a Book of Kells Experience & Trinity Trails combined ticket. This gives you access to the Old Library, where you will view the Book of Kells up close and the newly constructed Pavilion building where you will embark on an awe-inspiring digital journey through the pages of the book and the Library’s precious collections.

Eat on Trinity campus

If you are staying between Monday to Friday, you can book a 3 course meal in The 1592, a fine dining restaurant located in Trinity’s iconic Dining Hall building. The 1592 serves the best of seasonal Irish produce in a stunning setting overlooking Front Square.

If the sun is shining, grab a coffee, a sandwich or a scone in Perch Café, and enjoy them on a bench in one of Trinity’s green squares. If you are lucky you might get to watch a cricket or rugby match.