Accommodation Portal

If you're looking for accommodation, click below to browse our listings. Please note that this service is provided exclusively for Trinity students, and the listings can only be viewed on an on-campus computer, or by creating an account on our website with an email. We can also be contacted by email at, and on 01-646 8431.

Anyone seeking accommodation is advised to read our FAQ section, and to visit our Accommodation Advisory Service in Trinity before signing any lease.

Advertise Your Property

There are three easy ways (by online form click the button below, by phone on 01-646 8431 or in person at TCDSU Front Office located in House 6, Trinity College Dublin) to add your property to our listing. We accept all types of property, including digs and sublettings. The terms of the rental agreement are at your discretion, but you can contact us should you require guidance.

If one of our students wishes to arrange a viewing, they will contact you directly through the contact details you provide. Students who are seeing prospective housemates can also place advertisements.

Accommodation Advisory Service

The Accommodation Advisory Service (AAS) is a free-to-use service run by Trinity Students’ Union which assists students in finding suitable accommodation around Dublin. Our drop-in service runs through August and September and again in January, but we work all year round to help students with accommodation issues.

We advertise available accommodation in House 6, the Students’ Union building in Trinity College, and on our website which is available for Trinity students to view. If you would like to advertise accommodation, please fill in our listing form.

Office Hours:
9:30 - 17:00, Monday to Friday
9.30 - 13.00 Saturday

(01) 6468 431

Living in Dublin Guide

The Studnets' Union's Living in Dublin Guide aims to provide you with up-to-date information on all the things you should know when moving to Dublin to attend Trinity College. Information ranges from where is the most affordable location to rent, so which utilities providers are reccommended.

If you have any further issues, you can always drop into our Accommodation Advisory Service or the TCDSU Welfare Officer.

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