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Highfield House, Dublin
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Highfield House, Dublin

Marne Villas, Dublin, D07 PC95, Ireland
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About the Property

If you're looking for the best student accommodation in Dublin out there, you've stumbled across the right one! Highfield House is a splendid student accommodation in Dublin that has it all, literally. These student accommodations are made keeping student needs in mind. The postal code of Highfield House, Dublin, is D14. Highfield House, Dublin, offers ensuite rooms on various levels. Want a classic ensuite on the ground floor or a classic ensuite on the upper floor? Highfield House, Dublin, has got you covered! Highfield House, Dublin, is a short walk from TU Dublin Grangegorman and a few minute's drive from SEDA College.


Dublin stands at the mouth of the river Liffey, bordered on the south by the Wicklow mountains. With a population of 5.4 million people, Dublin is a hustle and bustle of dreams. Having produced Nobel laureates such as William Butler Yeats, George Bernard Shaw, and Samuel Beckett, Dublin is a city filled to the brim with culture. With poetry, music, and bustling student life, any student will be sure to find their footing in the capital of Ireland. The beautiful city of Dublin is the largest city and serves as the capital of Ireland. The city has a lot to offer to students; after spending most of their time in studies, one looks out for some time to relax. Students can easily visit these places of attraction from their Dublin student accommodation on weekends. This makes the city an ideal student accommodation city in Ireland. Dublin houses a vibrant lifestyle filled with bustling nightlife, engrossing museums and galleries, and enthralling sports activities. 4 Herberton gives you access to Dublin life by providing you with luxurious and spacious living spaces to reside in.

Features

These modern and well-equipped student accommodations are designed to cater to all your needs. Highfield House, Dublin, offers a platter of common amenities to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. Your room amenities are tailored for comfort and productivity, featuring a cosy bed, bathroom with WC, shower/bath, sink with accessories, large wardrobe, shelving, integrated magnetic whiteboard, desk, chair, USB ports, adjustable bedside lighting, built-in under bed storage, magnetic whiteboard and chair, mirror, and coat hook. Stay connected with high-speed internet and Wi-Fi throughout the premises. The fully fitted kitchen is a culinary haven, featuring an oven, separate oven/grill, hob, integrated microwave, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, toaster, kettle, cookware, and utensils, ensuring you have all the tools to whip up delicious meals. For those fitness enthusiasts, Highfield House, Dublin, offer a private gym and aerobics studio to help you stay active, while private and group study hubs provide the perfect environment for academic success.


You can now take leisure to the next level with the 5th-floor lounge and roof terrace, and after that, you can compete with your friends at the pool table, table football and board games. Experience the magic of movies in our cinema room or engage in social events to foster connections. There's a postage service, on-site laundry, and bike storage for convenience. Your safety is paramount with an on-site maintenance team and 24-hour CCTV surveillance.

Location and What's Hot?

In the heart of Phibsborough, a vibrant neighbourhood bursting with character, you'll discover a world of delightful options to explore. For your caffeine fix, the choices are endless – indulge in the inviting ambience of The Hudson Rooms Cafe or savour artisanal brews at Two Boys Brew. The Stay With Us café offers a perfect respite if you're seeking a comfortable stay.


As the sun sets, Phibsborough comes alive with various clubs for those seeking a lively night out. McGowans of Phibsboro offers a spirited atmosphere, while The Back Page provides a unique sports bar and entertainment hub blend. For a classic Irish pub experience, The Bohemian Pub awaits with open doors. Culinary enthusiasts will find their cravings satisfied in Phibsborough's diverse restaurant scene. Doyles Corner offers a taste of tradition, Elliot's presents modern European flavours, and Hidden Dojo Asian Street Food takes you on a journey through delectable Asian cuisine.


Immerse yourself in local culture by exploring attractions like Dr. Quirkeys Emporium, a treasure trove of curiosities, and the architectural marvel of Hendron's building. Phibsborough presents an enticing tapestry of cafes, clubs, restaurants, and attractions, each adding its own unique thread to the neighbourhood's vibrant fabric. Whether you're seeking a leisurely day of coffee and exploration or a lively night of music and dancing, Phibsborough welcomes you with open arms and a myriad of experiences waiting to be discovered.

Commute

The Marion Villas bus stop is right down the street from the accommodation, where the buses can take you to any corner of the city. The trams are also equipped to do the same, with the nearest tram not far from Highfield House, Dublin. The Dublin Heuston train station is only a short drive from the accommodation if you want to travel around the country.

What will you get

Common Amenities

Internet and Wi-Fi
Private gym and aerobics studio
Private and group study hubs
5th floor student lounge & roof terrace
Pool table
Table football

Cancellation Policies (2)

  • Cooling Off Period
    Free booking cancellation in stipulated time
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  • Early termination by students
    Termination of the tenancy contract before the end date
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Payment Policies (5)

  • Booking Deposit
    Secure booking with this amount
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  • Security Deposit
    Deposit property holds during the tenure
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  • Payment Instalment Plan
    Flexible payment terms
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Frequently Asked Questions

When should I book?

You should book well in advance to avoid disappointment. They do accept late bookings, however this is based on availability which may be limited.

Can I stay over the summer months?

Yes, many of their properties offer extended stays through the summer months.  Please contact individual property for details.

What is the waiting list?

If you select a room type that is currently unavailable their team will contact you to offer you another room type, or they can place you on a waiting list free of charge for your original room choice.

What is the likelihood of getting a waiting list room?

It is impossible to predict as it is dependent on cancellations.

When do applications usually open?

They accept applications all year round.

Is there an advantage to booking early?

Booking early will ensure you have the best chance of securing your preferred room type.

Can I extend my stay?

Yes, please contact reception if you need to extend your stay and they will be happy to advise. However, this is subject to availability.

What if I have a special requirement?

They are committed to assisting everyone and to be inclusive to everyone who wants to stay with us so if you have a special requirement then please don’t hesitate to ask us ahead of your booking or please mention this on your application form and they will do their best to accommodate your requirement.

Can I make group bookings?

Yes, they accept groups. Please contact the property before making your reservation to discuss availability.

Can I share with my friends?

Yes – please make it clear on the application form who you would like to share with. It is best to book early so that this can be arranged as it is subject to availability.

Is there a discount if a group of us want to book a full apartment?

While they don’t have a group discount scheme, from time to time they have special deals and other promotions which may be in place when you are booking (eg.‘Refer a Friend’ and ‘Early Bird’ promotions) so please ask their property manager if any of these will apply to your booking.

Can I choose a specific room?

In all cases you can choose a specific ‘room type’.  Dependant on the property, you may also be able to choose a specific room of your choice.  Please contact the property for details.

Who will I be allocated with?

They try their utmost to allocate like minded students together (eg based on year of study).  Single-sex apartments are also available. However, this is subject to the type of rooms booked by their students and may not always be possible.

Can I request a room move if I do not get along with the people I am sharing with?

They will always first try to establish if there is anything that can be done to help you and your housemates to live in harmony without anyone moving room. However, move requests will be accommodated whenever possible, subject to availability and a cleaning/admin charge.

When is my rent due?

To allow you to avoid paying one big lump sum and to co-inside with student loan payments, rent is collected in instalments at different times of the year depending on the property you are living in. Please review your license agreement which clearly details rent due dates for your property.  Full details are available on request from your chosen property.

When are my first payments due?

In order to secure your booking, the deposit is payable at the time of signing tenancy agreement.

What if I do not pay the initial payment within 7 days?

If you do not pay the booking deposit within 7 days any room being held will be automatically released. Do contact us as soon as possible in order to avoid the room being released to someone else.

Are the rates negotiable?

Rates are set to offer their students the best possible value and unfortunately cannot be negotiated.

What is included in the rent?

Weekly rent quoted is inclusive of utility bills and broadband services (subject to a fair usage allowance). Republic of Ireland Weekly rent quoted is exclusive of utility charges an additional fixed (subject to a fair usage allowance) utilities charge applies. Consult the what they offer section of each property’s webpage for specific details.

What is the cancellation policy?

They apply a 14 day ‘cooling off period’ to bookings during which time all monies paid are refundable. Please refer to your tenancy agreement or the sample agreement on their website for your specific property for cancelation details in relation to your booking.

What if I leave early?

If you decide to leave early you remain responsible for the rent for the duration for your tenancy. However, if you are able to find a suitable replacement for your room, then the tenancy will be cancelled. In line with your tenancy agreement refunds will only be given when a suitable replacement is found.

Are there Laundry facilities?

Please check your specific property for details. In some locations their apartments have their own washing machine however in general each property has an on-site self-service laundrette (usage charges apply).

Is parking available?

Properties generally have limited or no parking facilities but this will vary from property to property. Please enquire at your specific property for details.  However, all their properties are well served by public transport.

Can I receive deliveries/post?

Yes, they will sign for them and keep them at reception for you to collect.

What utilities and amenities are in the apartment?

Utilities and amenities vary from property to property, specifics for your property are details on the specific property page.

Do you provide bedding?

They do not provide bedding.

Do I need a TV Licence?

No, they provide the TV licence and this is included within your rent.

Will the apartment/room be cleaned during my stay?

No, students will be expected to maintain the cleanliness of the shared facilities and their own bedroom. If however you would like to have your apartment cleaned for you it may be possible to arrange this for an additional charge

What do I do if something is not working in my apartment?

Their on-site maintenance team will try to resolve any issues you raise with us on the same day as you log the issue with us. All issues must be logged via theri student portal. Where they need to arrange parts and the issue cannot be resolved that day they will keep you informed at all times as to what the likely timescales are.

Can I have pets?

Sorry, they do not allow pets.

How can I get to the city centre?

There are public transport options on your doorstep and the city centre is also within walking and cycling distance.  Your welcome pack will provide full details.

What are resident co-ordinators?

Resident co-ordinators are students just like you who live here but are employed by us for a small number of hours each week to help us support residents. Being a resident co-ordinator involves reception duties and assisting with their busy events programme.

How do I become a resident co-ordinator?

Email your CV and covering letter to their Accommodation Manager and they will be in touch with further information.

Am I allowed overnight guests?

Yes, please register overnight guests in advance. Length of stay restrictions are in place and some terms and conditions apply.

Will my apartment be inspected?

Yes, inspections will be carried out in each apartment a number of times during your stay and any damages or cleanliness issues will be addressed by the management team. Additional charges may be incurred for damages and/or cleaning services.

Is there a curfew?

No, students may come and go as they please. However, they must carry their student ID with them for verification purposes.

Until what time can a visitor stay?

Visitors can stay until 11pm, unless they have been registered as an overnight guest.

Can I have friends stay over?

Yes, but for health and safety reasons requests for overnight guests must be submitted to reception. As your apartment is shared with other residents and to ensure peaceful living for all it is intended that this policy operates on a ‘fair use’ basis.

Is the property safe?

The property is staffed 24/7 and is fitted with CCTV surveillance systems. All bedrooms contain their own locking system. During the hours of darkness, the entrance is locked, and access is only available to registered student ID holders.

When can I move in?

They will contact all students with a move-in slot prior to arrival.

What do I need to bring for check in?

They will require proof of student status eg a student ID or a letter from your university, and a valid passport or driving licence. They must have received payment of your deposit and any rent due (as set out in your tenancy agreement) before they are able to give you access to your room.

What do I need to bring with me?

Apartments are fully furnished but check your student handbook for specific equipment schedule for your building.

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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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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1. University College Dublin

2. Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art

3. Institute of Technology

4. UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School

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