The Jacobs Inn Hostel
is a 0 star rated hotel located in the district of approximately 600yds from the Dublin city center.
Rates from just €13 per room per night.
Just a 5-minute walk from Dublin’s lively Temple Bar entertainment district, this modern hostel offers affordable accommodation within the very heart of the city.
Jacobs Inn specialises in group hostel accommodation for schools, universities and low budget tours to Dublin.
Every Tuesday there is a free guided walk of the city from the reception (at 16:00), whilst every Wednesday and Sunday from 21:00 you can enjoy free popcorn for the hostel's Movie Night.
Located opposite Connolly Station, Jacobs Inn is conveniently placed for easy access to the entire city via DART or Luas.
There are also a number of attractions within walking distance of the hostel, such as Croke Park and the shops of O' Connell Street.
Families travelling with children under the age of 16 are required to book private rooms
There are many attractions near this hotel, the closest of which being the Custom House which is little more than an approximate 3 minute walk away.
Also within walking distance are the Famine Memorial, Nightlife: Abbey Theatre, St. Mary's Pro Cathedral and Shopping: Clery's Department Store. From these attractions, if there is one you shouldn't miss it would be the St. Mary's Pro Cathedral. This attraction has been given a 4 star rating by our reporters, making it one of Dublin's best.
Be sure to check below for a full list of nearby attractions.
Near the Jacobs Inn Hostel are a number of restaurants within walking distance. Within just 2 minutes walk from the hotel, you can find the Thai Spice, serving Thai cuisine. For other nights, there are also No Category (The Pantry Restaurant), Italian (Pizza Dominium), European (Oslo) and Pubs (Graingers) restaurants within just 4 minutes walk from the hotel.
Nearby Public Transport
Within 250 meters of this hotel are a number of stations (Busáras and Connolly Station), giving access to the Greystones - Howth, Greystones - Malahide and Red Line lines.
The quickest way to the city center (taken as Trinity College) from the Jacobs Inn Hostel is by foot. It should take about 12 minutes.
Jacobs Inn Hostel Reviews
Be the first to write a review about the Jacobs Inn Hostel! See below for more information.
Have you already visited the Jacobs Inn Hostel? If so, let everyone know what you thought about it by writing a review! No registration necessary. Just click here to start writing!
(Approximately 108 away)
Prices from €75 per night.
Beresford Hotel is located in Dublin's city centre, just 10 minutes’ walk from.. read more >>
(Approximately 177 away)
Prices from €119 per night.
The North Star Hotel is opposite Dublin’s Connolly Station and the IFSC. The h.. read more >>
(Approximately 205 away)
Prices from €71 per night.
The Anchor Guesthouse is a 2-minute walk to Dublin’s Central Bus Station, whic.. read more >>
(Approximately 221 away)
Prices from €50 per night.
The Maple Hotel is located on Gardiner Street in the heart of Dublin city centre.. read more >>
(Approximately 233 away)
Prices from €54 per night.
Situated in the heart of Dublin, Avondale Guesthouse offers hearty cooked breakf.. read more >>
(Approximately 261 away)
Prices from €50 per night.
In the centre of Dublin, The Glen Guesthouse provides spacious rooms with en sui.. read more >>
(Approximately 268 away)
Prices from €81 per night.
The Celtic Lodge is a 2-star guesthouse located in the heart of Dublin, just a 5.. read more >>
(Approximately 270 away)
Prices from €47 per night.
Conveniently located in the heart of Dublin and 10 minutes' walk from Croke Park.. read more >>
(Approximately 292 away)
Prices from €62 per night.
In Dublin city centre, My Place Dublin Hotel is located just off O'Connell Stree.. read more >>
(Approximately 283yds away)
Custom House was built in the late 18th century and was originally used to collect excises.
(Approximately 338yds away)
Famine Memorial in Dublin is one of several memorials commemorating the Great Famine (1845-1852).
(Approximately 469yds away)
The Abbey Theatre was founded in 1904 to promote Irish culture and plays.
(Approximately 548yds away)
St Mary’s Pro Cathedral is the main place of worship for Dublin’s Catholic population.
(Approximately 584yds away)
Clery’s is the first purpose built department store in Dublin.
(Approximately 638yds away)
Docklands CoCo Markets are held every Wednesday in the trendy Dockland’s area.
(Approximately 641yds away)
Dublin's Monument of Light
(Approximately 649yds away)
O’Connell Street is the main thoroughfare of Dublin. It is one of the widest streets in Europe.
(Approximately 670yds away)
Easons Booksellers is Ireland’s largest bookshop.
(Approximately 722yds away)
Arnotts Department Store is Ireland’s biggest and oldest department store.
(Approximately 814yds away)
The James Joyce Cultural Centre gives an insight into the life and work of the writer.
(Approximately 815yds away)
ILAC was the first major shopping complex built in the city center. It has undergone extensive remodeling and is now a light filled, vibrant store.
(Approximately 816yds away)
An ancient book consisting of Celtic drawings and intricately fashioned calligraphy.
(Approximately 819yds away)
Traditional pub with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere
(Approximately 823yds away)
Moore Street Market is an open-air venue interspersed with established shops.