Accommodation

The Work in Ireland team at USIT will provide ongoing support in your search for accommodation and will be there to guide you through the process and help you locate the right place for you to live. During your Work in Ireland orientation session, you will be given lots of tips and information on how to find a place to live, including the best neighbourhoods and websites for house hunting.

USIT's Work in Ireland Accommodation Options

Option 1 - Pembroke Street

Located on Pembroke Street, it is just a 20-minute walk from the USIT Work in Ireland office or a 12 minute walk to Grafton St. The shared accommodation is perfect for participants wishing to experience Dublin’s city centre. Self-catering with all bills included. No security deposit required. Max 25 guests.

Inclusions:

    • WiFi Connection
    • Laundry facilities
    • Fully Equipped Kitchen
    • Bed Linen
    • Weekly professional clean

Costs:

4-bed €170 p/w

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Option 2 - Harcourt Green

Harcourt Green accommodation is located in a modern, gated complex surrounded by restaurants, pubs, clubs and shops. A short 20-minute walk from USIT’s offices or 15 minutes to Grafton St. Self-catering with all bills included. No security deposit required. Shared living area that allows you to relax and unwind after work and socialise with other tenants. Max 10 guests.

Inclusions:

    • WiFi Connection
    • Laundry facilities
    • Fully Equipped Kitchen
    • Bed Linen
    • Weekly professional clean

Costs:

4-bed €160 p/w

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Types of Accommodation

A “bed-sit” or studio apartment would suit someone who wishes to live alone, but given that Dublin is a popular city and housing is often at a premium, many Work in Ireland program participants prefer the affordability and social aspect of sharing an apartment or house with roommates.

Homestays are increasingly popular and many local people – families, couples and single professionals – are opening up their homes in areas all around Ireland to short-term or long-term lodgers. A homestay is a great way to really immerse yourself in the local culture while you live and work in Ireland and you’ll discover neighbourhoods and places to eat and drink that are full of character.

Occasionally but rarely, you may be offered housing in conjunction with your job, if you find work in a hotel or rural setting where short-term housing is hard to come by. This is a less common option.

Housing can be highly competitive in Dublin while the cost of accommodation can vary widely throughout the country – from region to region, neighbourhood to neighbourhood.

Remember you are free to live in any of the 26 Republic of Ireland counties depending on what suits you best!

Find Accommodation before you arrive

If you’re looking to find mid to long-term accommodation before your arrival in Ireland then SpotaHome is the website you need: www.spotahome.com, the easiest and quickest way to search for your new home!

All SpotaHome accommodation is personally photographed, vetted and verified by the SpotaHome team. So what you see is what you get. Accurate property descriptions, video tours and fast direct bookings will make your house search in Dublin stress free.

Also, try these websites to learn more about available housing and to get an understanding of prices across the country: