Guesthouses In Dublin

Written by James Bruce
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The price of a vacation home in Dublin is fairly reasonable, some being listed at prices as low as a few hundred Euros per night. The thing to remember is that how much you spend is going to depend greatly on the strength of the dollar. In the past, the dollar was stronger than most other currencies, but right now that isn't the case.

That Pesky Euro

The Euro is the monetary system employed by a number of countries including Ireland, and it has worked wonders for them. The idea is simple: By banding together with other nations, the strength of the currency is increased. It also helps because trade is easier between these nations, since they don't have to worry about converting currency. Add on difficult times in the US, and the result is a depressed dollar.

What this means for you is that it's more important than ever to shop around for accommodations in Ireland, with an eye on finding the right bargain. You can actually find 3 and 4 star hotels that run almost half as much as other hotels, with standard perks. They might not be palatial, but they are clean and comfortable, with great service.

Some of the perks you might expect are laundry services, cable TV, breakfast, and a location close to important tourist locations. Thankfully, dining isn't a great problem, because there happen to be a lot of reasonably priced, authentic options. The long and the short of it is this: You can have a great Ireland vacation, in a fine Dublin guesthouse, as long as you take the time to price compare.


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