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About Us

Buckley Hall is an Irish owned, modern single block, purpose-built student accommodation comprising 33 large apartments with onsite office, maintenance, and security staff based in Dublin city centre.

The accommodation comprises large, self-contained apartments with their own open plan kitchens, living areas and with a full inventory, with shared, or ensuite bathrooms available depending on the apartment chosen. Most of the apartments are 3 bed only, providing ample private spaces.

Included in your stay here: communal laundry room, secure & lockable bicycle storage in a secure carpark, high speed wireless internet connection, water charges & bin collection.

Buckley Hall is one of the most centrally located student accommodation providers, only minutes away by foot from TCD, TUD & NCI. Our central location offers great access to public transport such as the Luas, DART, Bus Eireann, Irish Rail & Dublin Bus.

Buckley Hall also provides excellent short-term accommodation lets when not letting to students during the summer. Use our Book Online form to apply for accommodation per bed or per apartment. Or if a company seeking a larger let please email us on


Student Year Rates – Letting Per Bed

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Weekly rate
S1 & S2 Booking
Cost Per Semester
S3 Booking
Cost Per Semester
Pay S1&S2 Up Front
12 Mth Letting
to final S3)
Deposit or
S1&S2 Equiv Monthly Rate
Premium Single Room€235€5,069€2,727-€304-€545€1,079
Standard Single Room€224€4,825€2,595-€289-€519€1,027
Premium Twin Room PPS€184€3,970€2,135-€238-€427€845
Standard Twin Room PPS€169€3,644€1,960-€219-€392€776

Letting Per Apartment Rates

Weekly rate
Deposit or
S1&S2 Monthly Rate
S1 & S2 Booking
Cost Per Semester
(incl 5% DISCOUNT)
S3 Booking
Cost Per Semester
12 Month Letting
(ADD 20%
DISCOUNT to final S3)
Pay S1&S2 Up Front
Premium 3 Bed Apt€639€2,769€13,008€6,997-€1,399-€780
Standard 3 Bed Apt€595€2,578€12,113€6,515-€1,303-€727
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General Information on Rates

  • PPS means per person sharing
  • S1 = Semester 1, S2 = Semester 2, S3 = Semester 3 (summer semester also for non-students)
  • S1&S2 = 03 Sept to 14 June, S1 Only = 04 Sept to 20 Dec, S3 = 19 June to 30 August, if you are booking multiple consecutive semesters, no vacation is required so ignore the gaps. Check in is after 3pm and check out is before 10am.
  • The Semester rates are based on payment per semester in advance only and are used for let per bed rentals.
  • If you book for S1&S2&S3 (04 Sept to 30 Aug being 12 months), you get a 20% discount as a rent free from the final semester 3. Payment of S1S2 semester in advance secures a 3% additional discount).  Semester payments are due 1 month in advance of each semester start date. The  S1&S2 booking mid term is the 24 Jan, therefore S2 rent is due on 24 Dec.
  • Discounts detailed above are in the form of a rent free from the final month of the term detailed in your letting agreement only.
  • The apartment lets are described as 3 bed, which comprise a single bedroom and a twin bedroom (2 single beds), a premium apartment is larger than the standard and the twin has its own ensuite bathroom.
  • *Weekly equivalent rates are for comparison purposes only and are based on securing both discounts detailed.
  • *According to an Irish Times report dated 21 Aug 2021, Ernst & Young completed a report carried out for Dublin City Council in 2019 detailing average rates for Purpose Built Student Accommodation (PBSAs). Buckley Hall 2021 rates are on average 23% lower then the 2019 Dublin City average.
  • Rates are normally updated on our webpage annually from 14 June, confirmation of rate is defined in letting agreement only


  • Academic Year – Your Booking or Security Deposit is equivalent to 1 months licence fee per licencee.

Utilities (Gas and Electricity)

  • Gas and Electricity meter readings are taken on date of 1st tenant check in per apartment and invoiced at cost every 3 months or on checkout if earlier. It is estimated energy costs are approximately €1 per day during winter (this is based on estimates, and is not an indicator of personal usage, also due to the ongoing energy crises it may be impacted by fluctuations in pricing). Buckley Hall uses an energy broker to secure the lowest rates and they are on billed at cost only.


  • Operated by Circuit (a separate company), €5.60 per wash and €3.60 per dry.



Frequently Asked Questions

01 Booking – Top seven tips for increasing your booking application chances?

  1. Whilst we only let on a bed by bed basis we make offers based on a total apartment being filled, so if you can group your applications with fellow students/friends you have a greater chance of being offered accommodation early.
  2. Booking for 2 or more semesters increases your chances substantially
  3. Book the preceding Summer Semester (June to August) and you are more likely to be accepted for a space in the following academic year
  4. Include a twin/double as a second preference. There are as many twins as singles in the property, therefore singles are limited.
  5. Pay both semesters up front and take advantage of the sizable discount available, see rates section
  6. Complete the application form and licence fully to allow for easy processing.
  7. Sign the licence and pay the deposit as early as possible, please note that bookings are occurring up to 9 months in advance in Dublin based on a shortage of student accommodation.

01 Booking – What is the difference between a standard and a premium room?

All apartments are generous in size and consist of an entrance hallway, a storage room, an open plan living and kitchen area, a single room, a large twin/double room, ample wardrobe space and a balcony and/or terrace. Our Premium apartments are extra large apartments that consist of two bathrooms, one is dedicated for the single room, the other is an ensuite dedicated for the twin/double room. Therefore if you book a Premium Single you will have a Single Room with your own dedicated bathroom in the hall. If you book a Premium Twin you will have a shared large Twin Room with its own ensuite bathroom. If you book a Standard Twin or Standard Single you will have to share the main bathroom in hall.

01 Booking – What is the difference between a twin room and a double room?

  1. A twin room is a large room consisting of two single beds, which is shared by two students.
  2. A double room is a large room that accommodates one person.

01 Booking – What is the process for booking accommodation?

All booking requests should be made through the webpage Book Online form. An application for a booking does not guarantee an offer.

  1. Complete the booking form on this webpage and submit online, you will receive a confirmation email with booking ID, use this ID in all correspondence.
  2. If we have suitable availablity we will make you and email offer which will describe the apartment, including a virtual tour and general terms and conditions of fixed term letting.
  3. If you want to accept the offer you should click on the deposit payment link in email offer.
  4. Based on receipt of deposit payment we immediatly issue a letting agreement which will detail all of your terms, this is issued through softward called Docusign which allows you and your guarantor to electronically sign, you sign 1st, and it is then instantly emailed automatically to your guarantor.
  5. Pay rent due at least 1 month before letting agreement start date
  6. You will be asked to confirm your expected arrival date and time, please note this has to be during working days/hours, Mon-Fri 9am to 5:30pm.
  7. You can only collect keys/fobs after/on start date of the licence.
  8. We can arrange emergency collection of keys outside of these hours if required or you may nominate someone to collect on your behalf in writing.

01 Booking – Who will I be sharing with?

  1. If you wish to share with a friend, please state this on your booking application form and ensure your friends have also applied online and referenced your name, we can generally group friends together
  2. For individual applicants who do not have someone to share with, don’t worry, we aim, wherever possible, to allocate students by college, year, age and course of study. However this cannot always be guaranteed.

01 Booking – Will I be allocated an apartment with mixed gender?

  1. Buckley hall has a non-mix policy in twin rooms unless tenants specifically request otherwise in their application form. We attempt to always also have a general non-mix policy in apts however the landlord reserves the right to place tenants as required for best estate management, therefore a single gender aparatment is not guaranteed.

02 Utilities – Are there catering facilities?

  1. No, the apartments are self-catering.
  2. Each apartment has its own kitchen with cooking facilitates where students can prepare their own meals.
  3. There are also plenty of shops, cafes and restaurants in close proximity of the premises.

02 Utilities – Broadband introduction and use

  1. In Buckley Hall we realise the importance of excellent Broadband.
  2. We recently upgraded our entire system to a state of the art managed wireless network with 1,200Mb/sec available Internet bandwidth.
  3. You can access seamlessly throughout the building.
  4. When you collect your keys you will also be provided with a broadband key code which is unique to you as a tenant.
  5. Use your phone/mobile device/laptop/tablet to access the internet using Safari/Chrome/Firefox in the building and you will be diverted to a page and requested to enter your personal unique key.
  6. If you have a problem with access, please contact the management company using the Contact Us Form.

02 Utilities – How are utilities covered? What are my bills?

  1. Broadband Internet and refuse/bin and water charges are covered by the Landlord.
  2. The gas and electricity meters are read at start of the licence start date and during license period and invoiced equally to occupants per apartment at cost.
  3. We estimate that students will spend on average €30 per month per student on utilities. This amount can fluctuate depending on usage and time of year and also based on energy costs which are currently unstable.

02 Utilities – How do I use the laundromat?

  1. There is a laundry available in the basement to all Licensees which is operated and managed by Circuit.
  2. You will need to purchase your own washing powder which is available from local shops.
  3. Credit to operate the machines can be purchased online, please see instructions to use under Laundry-Video.
  4. Alternatively a local laundry is 9 minutes walk away, Gardiner Street Dry Cleaners, Unit 2, Belmont Middle Gardiner Street, Dublin 1, 086 4476865.
  5. If you have any queries regarding use of the laundry or if there is and issue with it, please contact Circuit directly. Their number is detailed in the  Laundry-Brochure.

02 Utilities – Nest heating thermostat standard schedule

Your Apartment is handed over with a standard hot water and heating schedule. Each apartment has the same basic settings which you can adjust locally using your Nest Heating and Hot Water Controller. The basic settings are detailed below and provide a optimum living environment based on student typical usage.
Room Heating

Mon to Fri – 21°C between the hours of 08:00 to 10:00 and also again between 17:00 and 22:00.

Min Temperature 24X7 = 15°C – this temperature is the default if you are not boosting or scheduling your heating.

Safety Temperature to prevent freezing even if Nest turned off = 4.5°C

Hot Water Heating

Thermostat on tank should be set to 60°C

Heating is scheduled Mon To Sun, 06:00 to 08:00 and 17:00 to 20:00.

Please note you can boost your heating or turn it on or off outside of these times or even reschedule entirely locally. If you have any issue using your Nest heating device please use the Contact Us Form.

02 Utilities – Waste disposal and recycling

  1. Waste disposal is included in your rent.
  2. At Buckley Hall we encourage students to be green and recycle. It is important to segregate and compact your waste.
  3. In your apartment you will have two bins, one is to be used for general waste and the other for recyclable waste.
  4. The Recycling bin in your apartment takes any paper, light cardboard, aluminum drink cans, washed food tins, plastic bottles, plastic film and packaging and Cartons, please see instructions in Download Section of this webpage.
  5. Please dispose of all glass bottles and jars in our glass bottling bins in the basement, please make sure to separate all plastic bags/lids/cardboard etc.
  6. Buckley Hall disposes of approximately 6,000 litres of waste per week, therefore recycling makes a big difference, think green.

02 Utilities – Where can I store my car and bike in the property?

  1. Whilst we have an underground carpark, it is very limited in size and fully booked at time of writting.
  2. If you have a car parking requirement please contact us. Onstreet car parking is available through Dublin City Council and there is free carparking on Buckingham Street Lower.
  3. Underground secure bike storage is available in the basement.
  4. Please note bikes are only permitted to be brought through the garage pedestrian gate located on Railway Street. It is a breach of House Rules to bring your bike through the apartment stairwells or/and store in your apartment due to damage caused to stairwells and apartments and also obstruction of fire exits. Breach of rules will result in a fine and/or termination of Licence.
  5. Users of the Car park and Bicycle Storage facilities do so at their own risk. The management will not accept responsibility for any damage, accidents or losses.

02 Utilities – Wi-Fi connection issues

If your Wi-Fi is not working but you have signal check the following:

  1. Is it not working on all devices? If the answer is yes go to step 2.
  2. Restart your device and turn off on the Wi-Fi setting on your device, open all Internet browsers Safari/Google/Chrome and see if one provides the logon page to Wi-Fi, if not working go to step 3.
  3. Check if it is working for someone else in your apartment, if the answer is no go to step 4.
  4. Walk to laundry or office in the basement and try to connect with new Wi-Fi access point and check if working (this discounts an issue with your apartment Wi-Fi access point), repeat step 2, if not working go to step 5.
  5. Report the issue using the contact page on Contact Us Form choosing IT issue.

02 Utilities – Will my room or apartment be cleaned on a weekly or monthly basis?

  1. The apartments are professionally cleaned and stocked with full inventory before Check In.
  2. During your stay the apartments are self-catering and therefore students are responsible for keeping each apartment clean.
  3. Common areas outside the apartment are cleaned on a weekly basis.
  4. Cleaning inspections may be arranged during the year to ensure the apartments are kept in a good condition and well ventilated. Please refer to House Rules and Regulations.

03 Check In/Out – Can I send over luggage or personal belongings prior to my arrival?

No, unfortunately Buckley hall cannot offer this service. We cannot be held responsible for student’s personal belongings and we do not have a storage facility to accommodate this request.

03 Check In/Out – What do I need to bring with me? Is bed linen provided?

  1. Bed linen is not provided with the standard student let. Students should bring their own bed linen sets including pillows and duvets. All beds are standard single Ikea dimensions.
  2. Bed linen is provided with short term Airbnb lets and some other letting agreements on a case by case basis.
  3. The apartments are fully equipped, see the inventory list Buckley Hall Inventory.

03 Check In/Out – What is my new address? How is post Received

  1. Each apartment has its own post box at the bottom of each stairwell. The postman has direct access daily and normally delivers around 8am each day
  2. For parcel delivery you should provide the delivery service your mobile number and directly arrange delivery to your apartment. Typically if you are not in the building during a delivery they will provide you with details for local collection or a new delivery date.
  3. Buckley Hall does not provide an internal post service or collection service for parcels. However sometimes the courier will drop your parcel at the Buckley Coworking Space when if it is open, however please do not request your parcel is delivered to the office.
  4. If we receive your parcel we will notify you via email, and typically it is left at basement collection point for your collection.
  5. Buckley Hall does not take responsibility for parcels or post, and we cannot guarantee the office will be open or staff in attendance when your parcel is delivered.
  6. Your Postal Address is

Apartment No: “XXX
Buckley Hall
27-30 Buckingham Street Lower
Dublin 1
Apartment Post Code

You can find the exact apartment post code at Eircode Finder. Type in 27-30 Buckingham Street Lower and it provides the apartment lists and eircodes.

  1. We try to refund Security Deposit as soon as possible and subject to Terms and Conditions. Normally it is within 1-2 weeks of your letting agreement end date.
  2. If you paid the deposit via a credit card, we will always refund you to the same credit card, you receive an email receipt as soon as this is completed.
  3. If you paid your deposit vai bank transfer we will email you a link to a Deposit Return Instruction Form. Once you submit the form it emails both you and us your banking details in a format which allows us to set you up as a beneficiary to complete the transfer. Please check your IBAN is correct first before filling in the form using this link. You can complete this form at at time during your stay and it should be completed before your Check Out Date. Please review the confirmation email details and let us know if any details are incorrect.

03 Check In/Out – What is the process for leaving my apartment?

The Checkout Process is defined here Student Checkout Process.
  1. You can checkout 24 hours per day 7 days per week
  2. You must vacate your apartment before 12pm (midday) on the final day of your Licence
  3. Use our Deposit Return Form to instruct us on your Check Out Date and deposit return instructions
  4. Your deposit will be refunded inline with your licence terms, to the details you provided, if they have changed please let us know immediately.
  5. Please raise any issues with the apartment using the Contact Form on this webpage in the weeks prior to Check Out so our maintenance team can repair.
  6. The apartment must be cleaned to the standard defined in the Student Checkout Process document above, in short ready for the next student to check in
  7. Drop off the keys and fobs in the drop box beside the laundry room and you can exit via the Buckingham Street Lower exit.
  8. Staff will typically inspect the property within a day or so of the last Licencee vacating your apartment and based on fair wear and tear, all fees being up to date and the apartment being full cleaned ready for re-let, the deposit will be credited to the bank account you nominated.

04 House Rules – Can I have an overnight guest?

  1. Please refer to your General Licence Terms overnight guests are not permitted.
  2. If you have a specific exceptional requirement please contact us using the webpage contact form and we will endeavor to work with you on a case by case basis. For example foreign students parents requesting to stay over where the total apartment is let.

04 House Rules – How do I report an issue?

  1. All issues can be reported 24 X 7 using the Contact Us form on this website.
  2. The Contact Us form logs the issue on a list and priorities its fix.
  3. Please do not email issue as this will result in delays or the issue being lost. Feel free to log the issue on Contact Us form first and then and follow up with email or call to the office number. Please note our office hours are Mon-Fri 09:00 to 17:30.
  4. All submissions on Contact Form are logged on a database and emailed to relevant team immediately, whether it’s maintenance/security/IT etc., who will action your request as soon as possible.
  5. If an emergency fire/flood/criminal activity please always call the Gardai/emergency services on 999 or 112 first. Only call the fire brigade if you see a fire which  is not controlled, do not call on hearing an alarm as it may be a drill or incorrectly activiated.

04 House Rules – Is smoking permitted?

Buckley hall has a non smoking policy see General Licence Terms.

05 Licence – Cancelling my booking, am I entitled to a refund?

Applying for accommodation can be made free of charge.
In the event that  we make you an offer and you confirm your booking by paying your Booking Deposit, then rent and deposit are non-refundable in event of cancellation.
If you have also paid rent due (the month before Licence Start Date) or are already in occupancy in the accommodation (during term of letting) the please see Frequently Asked Question: What if I want to break from my licence early? below”.

Exception for 1st year bookings Irish CAO offers of university places in Dublin for Sept Start dates

However the Licensor recognises it is difficult for first year Irish students to book with certainty based on their CAO results. Therefore if you can no longer proceed with your Buckley hall accommodation due to a CAO offer not being made from a Dublin university (typically offered around the 17th August) we would ask you to:

  1. Inform us immediately (within 2 days) of the first round of CAO offers (17th August) and
  2. Provide proof that you were not offered a college place in Dublin (scanned letter from CAO) and
  3. Confirm in writing that you are seeking to break your agreed licence (email).

Based on receipt of above in the timeline defined, the Licensor will seek to replace the Licensee with a similar student and where successful make a total refund of rent and deposit paid. This is only based on the conditions defined above and is not available on any other condition or time of year. Please be aware it is subject to sourcing a similar replacement student. Based on the time of year, it is likely that a replacement is found but not guaranteed. If a replacement student is not found then only the rent will be refunded and any net amount of deposit calculated until a new tenant starts.

The Licensor reserves its rights regarding any deposit and rent refunds and it is subject to formal agreement on a case by case basis.

05 Licence – What if I want to cancel my booking or break from my licence early?

Below details the situation whereby the Licensee wants to break from their Licence during the Licence Term or after the Rent is due (normally 1 month before Licence Start Date)

  1. Signing the Licence creates a legal agreement between Licensee and Licensor. The Licence is a Fixed Term contract and by signing the agreement the Licensee has agreed to a notice period equivalent to the balance of the term of the Licence. This means the Licensee is responsible for payment of rent for the entire term and cannot break early from the licence without agreement first from the landlord.
  2. It is strongly recommended Students/Licensees fully review their Licence and the property in advance of completing their booking applications.
  3. The Licensee has the right to assign or sublet their accommodation at any time subject to landlord consent (which will not be unreasonably denied).
  4. If you are aware that you may want to break your Licence early please contact the Licensor by emailing, and the Licensor will confirm the steps to take and any associated costs.
  5. The Licensor will seek to replace the tenant if requested with a similar tenant and where successful make a net refund of any rent received based on any new letting.
  6. The Licensor can only seek a replacement Licensee based on written confirmation of break in Licence with suggested termination date, therefore the sooner this is provided the better.
  7. The Licensor reserves its rights regarding any rent refunds and it is subject to formal agreement on a case by case basis.

Please note the property is strictly student accommodation during the academic terms makes letting periods restrictive especially on a let per bed basis where by the landlord can only seek suitable replacement students. There is a long waiting list for accommodation, but the Licensor can only let at specific times of the year based on academic demand. If an accommodation offer is made to you, it means that the Licensor has turned down other Licensee booking offers in your favour.

05 Licence – Is insurance provided for my personal belongings?

The management will not accept responsibility for any damages, accidents or losses. Please have insurance in place for your own property.

05 Licence – When and how do I pay my rent?

  1. During the Academic Semesters 1 and Semester 2 rent is payable Semester in Advance only.
  2. During the Summer Semester you can rent per Semester or per Month on a seperate rate, Semester Rates are payable Semester in advance, Monthly Rates are paid Monthly in advance.
  3. The Semester rent Due Date is 1 month before the Semester Start Date, our Management Team will be in touch to remind you when your second semester rent is due.
  4. Rent is payable by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), bank details are provided on the bottom of the 1st page of your Licence, we also accept card payments using the Stripe link in your rent invoice. We do not accept cheque payments due to delay in processing and risk to loss in post.
  5. The Licensor will send automatic payment requests via email links which allow you to process payments online, it automatically references your Licence.
  6. When making EFT payments please ensure you reference your Full Name or Booking ID on the payment, otherwise it may be difficult for use to identify your payment and lead to delays.
  7. Please be wary of online fraud. We will never request transfer of funds to an account not listed on your licence offer which you will have received from our dedicated email account. Our account is a Bank Of Ireland branch based in O’Connell Street, Dublin. If in any doubt call our office directly or feel free to call in to our offices based in Buckley Hall, Dublin 1. We cannot accept liability for payments made fraudulently.

06 Security – How do I report a Security Incident?

If an incident occurs in or around Buckley Hall please follow this process:
  1. Call the Gardai if required on 999 or 112, your incident should be recorded and you should request an ID number (a Pulse number), you will need this for any insurance claim.
  2. If less urgent or if you have already followed steps 1 and 2, please use the Contact Us Form on this website to log the incident (use the Security Category dropdown). It is very important that you detail the location and time of the incident for our security to locate any CCTV footage that may be of help to resolve. Logging the incident on our webpage is extremely important as it ensures it is registered. Reports are reviewed with management and Gardai ongoing, and helps put in place long term solutions.

We take all security incidents very seriously and we will follow up with you on any incident registered, please call our office directly if you have any specific issues or concerns. We work closely with the Gardai to ensure all incidents are escalated to ensure they do not re-occur.

06 Security – What service is provided?

  1. Security is responsible for ensuring the building is safe and secure and tenants are not disturbed during their stay.
  2. The building is continually monitored remotely both internally and externally by over 20 high definition CCTV cameras.
  3. The building has state of the art access controls which log all access by each user throughout the building and cross references with the CCTV.
  4. Buckley Hall is also serviced by a professional security firm called Top Security who carry out regular rounds of the property
  5. If there is a disturbance in your apartment breaching the rules the security firm may be called out to address, in such cases the cost of call out would be billed to the tenant
  6. Remember if you have an urgent security issue please always call the Gardai (police) first on 112 or 999.

Out of Hours Support

Please note our office is open Mon-Fri 09:00 to 17:30 and our staff can normally provide emergency on site support during these hours. However simliar to all long term leased residential accomodation we do NOT provide support outside of these normal working hours. We are not a hotel.

Please only contact the office using the Contact Us form on this website. This is the most efficent manner in contacting staff, it provides staff with the minimum required information to help and also emails the most appropriate group of staff to respond in a timely manner. In addition to using the form you can try and call the office phone number as listed on our website below.

I locked myself out of my apartment what can I do.

We recommend preparation 1st. As you would in any apartment share, introduce yourself to, and share your mobile details with your flatmates, if you are locked out, call them 1st and they can provide access. You may need to wait until they can provide access.

If you have lost your keys and you cannot contact your flatemates we recommend you use the Contact Us Form on this website to raise the issue. If we need to replace your keys and fob please see fee relating to same on your Licence terms. Staff will support during normal working hours Mon-Fri 09:00 to 17:30.

The street doors are fob controlled and common, if only locked out of this door you can wait to access when someone exits, and then knock on your apartment door when in.

If you need access out of normal office hours, please note staff are not based on site and will not be able to support. Again we are not a hotel. In the event you cannot contact your flatmates to provide access and you have lost your apartment keys, you will have to wait until the office next opens. In the event receives notice from Contact Form and a staff member is able to attend out of hours to provide access we will bill €100 to cover the staff member expense in travelling into Dublin and providing out of hours support, the staff member will contact you and get your email approval 1st.

Covid Advice – What happens if I or my flatmates get Covid or are close contacts

  • Buckley Hall only provides apartment accommodation and cannot provide health advice.
  • The accommodation let is specific to your demise or apartment.
  • For advice on Covid please refer to the HSE Guidlines available online
  • The HSE is the Irish National Health Service and provides general guidelines on what to do if a close contact or if you contract Covid
  • Requests to move tenants around the building due to concerns over being close contacts with flatmates are not possible as the building is fully occupied, and in any case such a policy even if possible would likely spread any issue to other apartments preventing isolation.
  • The recommendation is to follow the HSE guidelines in all cases and also that of your doctor.
  • Our understanding of current HSE recommendations is to complete a Covid test  and/or to isolate if you suspect you are a close contact or if you have Covid.
  • If you are isolating and you need something urgent brought to your apartment, let the office know and we can potentially drop outside your door if your flatmates or friends are unable to help.
  • If you are very sick please call your local doctor or an ambulance on 112

Contact Us

Book Online

Please complete this booking form to apply for accommodation, its free to apply, no payment is required. Submission of this booking application does not guarantee a place. Please see FAQs on how to increase your chances of successful booking and other useful information and also Downloads Section for general information including terms and conditions. The licences for accommodation at Buckley Hall are for a Fixed Term.

Summer Apt AirBnB Listings For Short Term Lets (less then full summer semester)

For Short Term Lets (less then the summer semester), we let our apartments using our AirBnB link or please contact us on 00353 (0)1 662 5149 if you need help, the apartments will be provided fully fitted out and include all utilities, just bring your toothbrush! If there is nothing listed here at this time it means we have nothing available at this point in time.


Sorry we are now fully booked for period 03 Sept 2024 to 14 June 2025. You can book for Summer 2025.


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Electricity & Gas

Gas and Electricity meter readings are taken at start and end of lease and billed on at cost so no need to sign up to bills. Each apartment has gas central heating which is controlled by Nest 2nd generation self learning thermostats


Ultra high speed (3000MB/sec) Unifi managed seemless mesh wireless internet available throughout Buckley Hall. This is provided free of charge.


There is a fully equipped web based laundrette onsite located in the basement which is operated by Circuit. Wash cycles are €5.60 and dry cycles are €3.60

Kitchen Appliances

All apartments are equipped with an electric oven/hob, refrigerator/freezer, dishwasher, microwave oven, toaster & kettle.

Bicycle Storage

Secure bicycle storage located in the secure underground car park.


24×7 CCTV both inside in common areas and outside the building


All external and internal common doors are controlled by a secure door access system with fob and remote monitoring. Additionally, we have a year round security personnel, office and maintenance staff.

Waste and Cleaning Services

Waste collection is free and based in the basement. Recycling facilities are available to separate paper and plastic recyclables, non-recyclables and glass.

Deep cleans and maintenance checks are made to all apartments before arrival. However, it is expected that the students will maintain the cleanliness of their apartment during their stay and all apartments are provided with standard cleaning equipment.