Homestays in Dublin
One of the best ways to learn more about the people of Ireland and the UK, is to choose homestay accommodation. All homestays are carefully selected and visited regularly to ensure consistently high standards and a warm welcome. We also have self-catering and half board residential options for students aged 18+.
We have a very large selection of homestay accommodation available in Dublin. All our homestays are located in the Dublin suburbs, with an average travel time to the city centre of 30-40 minutes by bus or train. Homestay accommodation is half board (includes breakfast and dinner) during the week and full board (includes breakfast, lunch and dinner) at the weekend.
CES DUBLIN is delighted to announce a BRAND NEW city centre residence, open ALL YEAR from September 1st 2016.
Set right in the heart of Dublin city, Binary Hub offers super stylish student accommodation.
This fantastic new residence is only a 20 minute walk from the year-round CES Dublin adult school,
as well as from Dublin Castle, Trinity College and Temple Bar. The National College of Art and Design
is an even speedier 6 minute walk. If you fancy the extra half an hour in bed, just hop on one of the
many city centre bound buses from right outside your front door on Thomas Street.
The classic en-suite rooms boast a small double bed, a modern en-suite shower room, plenty of
storage and a well-equipped, shared lounge/kitchen/diner. There are 5 rooms per apartment.
PRICE = €295 PER WEEK, SINGLE EN-SUITE ROOM
A fully-furnished room with study space and clean linen
A shared, well equipped kitchen fitted with all the essentials
A landscaped garden
A shared, common room area
Super-fast broadband and Wi-Fi
Round-the-clock 24-hour maintenance, support and security
Crestfield and Auburn House
CES DUBLIN boasts two CES-owned, self-catering student residences, available all year.
The residences are both located approximately 4kms from the school and city centre. The
residences are in Whitehall, a suburb of Dublin. They are very close to Dublin City University and
Glasnevin Village. Both Crestfield and Auburn House are situated on a direct bus route to the airport
and city centre.
All rooms have a double bed/ twin beds, a modern en-suite shower room/ private bathroom, Wi-Fi,
flat screen TV with satellite channels, study desk and plenty of storage. Both residences have a
shared, fully-equipped kitchen and living room.
A fully-furnished room with a TV, study space and clean bed linen
A shared, well-equipped kitchen fitted with all the essentials
A shared, common room area with TV and DVD player
A garden with patio
Weekly room cleaning including fresh bed linen and towels
A refundable deposit of €250 (to cover any possible damage to the property) will be taken on
students’ arrival at the school. The security deposit will be refunded on departure, subject to the
property being clean, tidy and in good order. The accommodation must be left in the same
condition as found on arrival.
The rules and conditions for the residences must be accepted and signed on the students’ first day.
Students booking accommodation at Crestfield and Auburn House, must book an airport transfer to
pick them up on arrival. Students will be met on arrival by a CES member of staff and brought to the
residence, where they will be given information and residence keys.
Check-in / Check-out:
Check-in is on Saturday or Sunday from 11am to 11pm. Check-out is only on Saturdays, by 11am.
In the case of cancellation within 2 weeks of arrival date, one week accommodation fee will be
The residence is open all year round. It will be closed for Christmas from 22nd December 2017 to 2nd