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Cork Street, Dublin

Cork St, Dublin 8, Ireland
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About the Property

Cork Street Dublin is located at Cork St, Dublin 8, Ireland. It provides everything you need for student life with amazing social spaces, a great selection of rooms, and more. It is in a fantastic location for access to all of the schools, institutions, and the city centre. The greatest studios, apartments, non-insuites and ensuite rooms are available on Cork Street student accommodation, which is an excellent location for Dublin student accommodation. Liffey College and the BIMM Dublin are located nearby.

Like other capital cities, Dublin offers first-rate amenities, a vibrant social scene, and a cosmopolitan vibe. But there are a lot of distinctive aspects to city living. Dublin offers all the advantages of city life while keeping a relaxed atmosphere. The city has a significant economic impact on the nation and is the hub of the economy, transportation, and cultural trade for the UK. The city has excellent transportation options, and it borders well-known Dublin areas like Belfast, Galway, and Cork with student accommodation Dublin options. Dublin is a lovely city, and for many people, the chance to study there would be a dream come true. Cork Street apartments Dublin student accommodation is located on Market Street in the Liberties, a collection of former market streets that are home to distinctive buildings, artisanal distilleries, high-quality cafes and restaurants, and an eccentric nightlife. Student residence Dublin options for students include shared apartments, individual rooms, suites, and en suite bathrooms. Every student is catered to because every room is completely equipped. The connectivity in the city is great as it is easy for the students to commute on a daily basis with ease.


The Cork Street Dublin student accommodation has everything for students to live a stress free university life. The property has different types of studios, en suites, and non-en suites. Cork Street Dublin offers mind-blowing room amenities as well as common amenities. The room amenities include a small double bed for some sound sleep after a long, tiring day at university. It offers a workspace, lamp, study desk and chair for a productive study session, even during exams. The room provides proper space for organizing all personal belongings in the spacious storage, shelving and wardrobe. The room also has an ensuite shower room for students to pamper themselves with hot showers. The common amenities at Cork Street student accommodation include a roof terrace, dining area, cinema room, and outdoor social space for students to enjoy each other's company and relax for a while. The property keeps holding social events for the students to socialize. On weekends, students can spare some time and do their laundry provided by the property. The dedicated on-site team is always available for students needing assistance. Students with a vehicle or bike can park it in the Bike store for security. Students can also go to the gym for physical exercise and getting fit. The thing that will surprise you the most is the Cork Street accommodation's bill inclusivity, as it includes Wi-Fi, water, electricity, and heating.

Location and What's Hot?

No matter whatever institution or college they attend, Cork Street student accommodation Dublin is a top choice for students looking for private halls, and it's easy to see why. A 20-minute walk will bring you to hopping pubs and mouth-watering restaurants. Not only does Dublin have bars, cemeteries, and bookshops, but it also contains the biggest city park in all of Europe. After Central Park in New York, Phoenix Park is the largest city park in the world because of its 707 hectares of land. The park's most well-known attraction, the Dublin Zoo, is located there.

Together with cafés, restaurants, and canteens, some colleges and universities even have their bars. Pubs are one thing that Dublin has an abundance of. In actuality, the city has more than 1000 pubs. Pubs play a significant role in Dublin's culture and history, serving as everything from literary hangouts to locations where politicians and businessmen conduct business to gathering spots for celebrations and funerals. For better or worse, pubs are the centre of Dublin life. A good night's sleep on Cork Street Dublin will ensure you are rested and prepared for another day of exploring the city after a night spent in one of the city's 1,000 pubs. If you want a cup of coffee, U Cafe is directly outside the lodging, and Coffee District is also close by. If you wish to drink and party with pals, the Malt House bar is close by. If you want to have some wonderful meals and sushi, head over to Panda Restaurant. You can take a stroll in Oisin Kelly Park in the evening.  You should be aware that living expenses in Dublin for students can be fairly high. But there are also many benefits to living in Dublin while you are a student.

Cork Street, Dublin, student accommodation has everything you need close by, including a pharmacy, shopping centre, and many grocery stores. Tesco Express and Lidl are only 2-3 minutes away from this property. Many international students flock to the city because of its top-notch educational institutions, including the Dublin Institute of Technology and the Atlas Language School, located near this Dublin student accommodation.


Cork Street student accommodation Dublin's convenient location near many institutions, makes it simple to walk to most places, but there are also frequent buses that can take you anywhere you need to go. Marion Villas bus stop is just a few minutes walk away from the spot, and Fatima Luas Stop, on the tram, is three minutes away. The Dublin Area Rapid Transport system is another way for students to get around the city. The trains run every ten minutes and are well connected. They stretch from Greystones in the south to the Irish Sea coast in North County. Also, DART has commuter routes that let students go to other cities and towns.

What will you get

Your Rent Include

Hot Water
Content Insurance

Common Amenities

Cinema Room
Social Spaces
Study Room
Rooftop Terrace
Laundry Facility

Cancellation Policies (4)

  • Cooling Off Period
    This property offers cooling-off period.
  • No Visa No Pay
    This property allows cancellation due to visa rejection.
  • No Place No Pay
    This property allows cancellation if admission is not secured.

Payment Policies (4)

  • Booking Deposit
    This property requires booking deposit.
  • Payment Instalment Plan
    This property offers 1, 4 flexible instalment plans.
  • Mode Of Payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I choose a certain room?

Absolutely! You can choose the floor, flat and room numbers should you wish to.

Can we book as a group?

Of course. For locations with cluster flats, booking with your friends can easily be arranged. You just need to let us know who you want to live with and we can make sure you live together.

How do I find out who I am living with?

When booking your room you can see your flatmates’ gender, what year they’re in and where they’re studying. They don’t give out names for data protection, but you can always get in touch with the Residence Team to find out where you can join the resident’s chat to give you a chance to meet people virtually before you move in.

When can I move in?

Around four weeks before the big day, you will be invited to book a move-in slot. You can choose the time that works best for you. If you have specific needs around accessibility or travel arrangements, please let them know at this stage.

What deposit do I need?

Unlike other providers, They do not ask for a deposit to secure your booking. They do, however, require a £99 advance rent payment which will be deducted from your first rent instalment (think of it like a present to yourself when September rolls around!).

What do I do if I am not totally satisfied?

They want you to love your time living with them, but they understand they might not always get it right. They take all complaints seriously and will try their best to fix any issues as soon as they are made aware of them.

Can I have pets?

No pets are allowed – sorry!

Can I order bedding and kitchen packs?

Yes. Anything you order will be delivered straight to your accommodation.

Do I need a TV Licence?

Yes, if you want to watch TV (including online) in your room you’ll need to have a valid TV Licence – unless they tell you they’re covering it.

What is the policy on guests staying in my room?

You can, but please don’t invite someone to stay for more than 3 consecutive nights.

Will my student flat be cleaned?

Your student room and any shared areas within your apartment will be spotlessly clean when you arrive, after that point it’s over to you!

How do I log repairs?

Log an issue in person, with an email or call to their Residence Teams – they will ensure their dedicated on-site team will resolve it as soon as possible. Take a look at the Student Handbook on your chosen location page for our managing repairs policy.

Can I smoke?

All their student accommodation is smoke-free, and this includes all types of E-cigarettes. You can find designated smoking areas outside the buildings or in the courtyards.

How do I connect to the internet?

All of their sites have a wireless network covering the whole building. On arrival, simply connect your devices to the wireless network. They also offer the option to connect using an Ethernet Cable, which you just plug into the network wall socket in your room.

Are any items banned on site?

For health and safety reasons, They don’t allow the following items: candles, incense burners, deep fat fryers and any electrical appliances that don’t comply with British standards and statutory regulations. Please do not bring any of these on site; you will be asked to remove them.

Will anyone else access my room?

They carry out room inspections 3 times a year and occasionally health and safety checks. When they do, they’ll need access to your room. But they’ll always give you at least 24 hours notice and they’ll knock and announce themselves before entering your personal space.

How big is the fridge in the studio? And is there any freezer space?

All studios come with a small fridge with a freezer compartment.

Can I bring my rice cooker/electric pressure cooker?

Please avoid bringing either of these items (or items of similar voltage).Their high voltage is dangerous and can cause electric shocks.

Do you do airport pick up services?

They don’t. However, all of their locations have excellent transport links. Depending on where you’re staying there will be buses, trains and taxi services available to you.

Will my room be inspected?

There will be a maintenance check at least three times during your tenancy. They’ll log and resolve any maintenance and address any damage or missing items. After each visit they will let you know if we found any issues and can advise if any charges will need to be made to put something right.

Do I need to move out over Christmas and Easter holidays?

No, your room is yours for the whole of your tenancy. You only need to move out at the end of the agreement.

Can I stay in my room over the summer?

Yes, you can either book your room for a whole year (51 weeks) or, where available, on a shorter tenancy and then extend for the summer period.

What size is a small double bed?

Also known as a 3/4 size bed, small doubles measure approx. 120cm wide x 190cm long.

How do I collect my post?

Depending on your location, post may be delivered directly through your door by Royal Mail or collected from on-site post boxes. They accept larger parcel deliveries at reception, but they accept no liability for loss or damage.

Is visitor parking available?

Most of their buildings do not have allocated visitor parking, but in all cases there is a nearby location for you to park.

Is there laundry on-site?

Yes, there are on-site laundries with washers and dryers at all of their student accommodation locations. Simply pay for the use of the laundry machine each time you use it.

What happens if my student loan is late?

If it’s late, please contact the PMG's Residence Team at your location as they will be able to advise you.

How can I pay for my rent?

You can pay by logging in to the Fresh Student Portal using your reference number and password. From the left-hand menu select Financials and then Payment Online. Payments can be made via debit or credit card using the online secure payment system, RBS Worldpay.

How can I pay if I’m an overseas student?

As an international student you can pay via bank transfer or on credit card.

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Student Accomodations in Dublin

Dublin Student Accommodation

Finding the right Dublin student accommodation is a crucial step for any student embarking on their academic journey in the vibrant capital of Ireland. Dublin boasts a variety of options when it comes to student accommodation, each offering their unique set of advantages. One of the benefits of selecting off-campus student accommodation Dublin Ireland over on-campus alternatives is the autonomy and independence it brings, along with a diverse range of living experiences. Amber stands as an indispensable resource in streamlining the search for suitable student accommodation in Dublin. With an intuitive website that simplifies the housing hunt, amber assists students in finding their ideal home close to key educational institutions such as University College Dublin, Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, and the Institute of Technology.

Students can enjoy accommodations well-equipped with facilities and amenities. In particular, properties like James Street, Dublin, LIV Student Dublin, Dublin, 33 Clonmore Road, Dublin, and more offer a blend of comfort and convenience perfect for a hassle-free student life in Dublin.

About Dublin

Dublin, the capital city of Ireland, is steeped in history and rich in heritage. Renowned for its vibrant culture, literature, and arts, Dublin has a magical allure that draws people from all corners of the world. A hub of economic activities and social life, this city is bustling with opportunities and exudes a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Notably, Dublin is a city that cherishes its past while looking forward to the future, which is evident from its architectural landscapes that blend historical buildings with modern structures. The city is also famous for its literary contributions, with several Nobel Prize laureates in Literature including Dublin in their histories. Moreover, Dublin's traditional Irish music and pub culture are integral to its character, ensuring there is no shortage of entertainment for its residents and visitors alike.

With a sizable student population, Dublin provides an excellent environment for academic growth and networking. When it comes to Dublin student accommodation, students have a variety of options to choose from. Each locality within Dublin, such as the historic Temple Bar or the serene suburb of Rathmines, offers unique living experiences and atmospheres. Whether it's proximity to educational campuses or thriving city life, Dublin's student accommodations cater to the diverse needs of its international and local students.

Best Student Accommodation in Dublin

Finding ideal student accommodation in Dublin is a crucial part of ensuring a comfortable and enriching study experience for students relocating to Ireland’s vibrant capital. As students plan their move to Dublin, off-campus housing emerges as an attractive option, offering more independence, often at a more affordable rate compared to university dormitories. Additionally, living off-campus fosters a sense of community as students reside among locals and international peers, contributing to a more integrated life experience. With options ranging from ensuites and student halls to studio apartments, every student can find their perfect home. Conveniently located near educational institutions, these options for Dublin student accommodation ensure that students are never too far from their academic commitments. Some of the best options include:

1. James Street, Dublin

2. LIV Student Dublin

3. 33 Clonmore Road, Dublin

4. Bangor House, Dublin

5. Dublin Nest Point Campus

6. Yugo Highfield Park, Dublin

7. Yugo Ardcairn House, Dublin

8. Brickworks, Dublin

9. The Residence Stoneybatter, Dublin

10. Yugo Dominick Place, Dublin

Cost of Living

Understanding the cost of living in Dublin is crucial for students planning their finances and lifestyle choices. The vibrant capital of Ireland can be on the pricier side, with students expecting an average monthly cost of living to be around €1,200. This estimation goes a long way in helping students prepare for their stay while searching for Dublin student accommodation and managing expenses effectively. Here’s an approximate range to expect:

1. Food & Groceries - €250 - €265 / per month

2. Transportation - €135 - €175 / per month

3. Utilities (including Internet) - €150 - €75 / per month

4. Clothing - €50 - €65 / per month

5. Sports & Leisure - €75 - €90 / per month

Student Travel Dublin

Finding Dublin student accommodation that's not only comfortable but also well-connected to educational institutions is a prime concern for students. Dublin, a bustling hub for students, offers a mix of public transport that's affordable and accessible. Whether you're rushing to your morning lecture or exploring the city over the weekend, these transport options near your Dublin accommodation ensure you're well on your way without unnecessary hassle. Students can utilise a Leap Card across buses, LUAS, and DART for convenient travel and can also avail of weekly or monthly caps on travel costs. These modes of transport make the city accessible for every student residing here:

1. Buses

Dublin Bus operates an extensive network covering the entire city, including routes to University College Dublin and other institutes. With frequent services, the average fare starts from around €2.15 with a Leap Card, which offers discounted fares.

2. Light Rail

The LUAS tram service is another popular option, splitting into the Green and Red lines that traverse key city points. Average starting fare is €2.00 with a Leap Card. Trams run every 4-10 minutes during peak times.

3. Trains

DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) is ideal for those staying in coastal regions, linking to suburbs. Standard fares vary starting from €2.00. Trains run at a frequency of every 10-20 minutes during peak hours.

4. Biking

Dublinbikes, the city's public bike rental scheme, is adequate for short commutes. With a €25 annual subscription, students find it a cost-effective and fitness-friendly way to navigate around.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Dublin

Living as a student in Dublin, Ireland, offers a vibrant and enriching experience, blending academic rigour with a dynamic social scene. The city is home to renowned institutions like Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin, attracting a diverse student population. Dublin student accommodation is a key aspect of this lifestyle, with a variety of options available to suit different needs and budgets. From modern apartments to traditional dormitories, student accommodation in Dublin caters to both international and local students, providing a comfortable and convenient living environment. Dublin's rich cultural heritage and bustling urban life offer students numerous opportunities for exploration and entertainment. The city's historic sites, lively pubs, and eclectic eateries create a unique backdrop for student life. Additionally, the extensive public transportation network makes it easy to navigate the city and beyond. Students often find Dublin student accommodation strategically located near campuses, facilitating easy access to classes and university facilities. The sense of community within student accommodation in Dublin is another significant advantage. These living spaces often foster social interactions and friendships, enhancing the overall university experience. Many accommodations offer amenities such as study rooms, gyms, and communal areas, promoting a balanced lifestyle that includes both academic and recreational activities. Overall, living in Dublin as a student is characterised by a blend of academic pursuit, cultural immersion, and social engagement, with accommodation playing a pivotal role in creating a supportive and enjoyable environment for students.

Dublin Tourist Attractions

Steeped in history and buzzing with youthful energy, Dublin is a city of cultural charms and architectural splendour. Whether you're residing in an accommodation or just visiting, the city's landmarks are sure to captivate with tales from the ancient past and vibrant present. With its picturesque locales and myriad attractions, Dublin is a perfect blend of old-world mystique and contemporary cool.

1. The Guinness Storehouse

2. Dublin Castle

3. Trinity College Library and The Book of Kells

4. St. Patrick's Cathedral

5. Temple Bar

6. Kilmainham Gaol

Universities in Dublin

Dublin, a vibrant city known for its rich history and cultural heritage, also boasts a reputation as a prominent educational hub with some of the world's most esteemed universities. Some of the most well-known universities include:

1. University College Dublin

2. Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art

3. Institute of Technology

4. UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School

5. American College

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