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Great Stashpoints in Dublin

The Abbey Court Hostel
Dublin O'Connell Bridge

24/7

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€8.00 on first 24h - €7.00 on extra 24h

College Green Tourist Office
Dublin Trinity College

Open Late

207 views last month

€8.00 on first 24h - €7.00 on extra 24h

Chez Max
Dublin Temple Bar

Open Late

190 views last month

€8.00 on first 24h - €7.00 on extra 24h

Chez Max
Dublin National Museum of Ireland

Open Late

93 views last month

€8.00 on first 24h - €7.00 on extra 24h

Ned Kelly's Sports Club
Dublin O'Connell Street

24/7

70 views last month

€8.00 on first 24h - €7.00 on extra 24h

Next Door Off Licence
Dublin Heuston Station

Open Late

59 views last month

€8.00 on first 24h - €7.00 on extra 24h

Mail Boxes Etc
Dublin Pearse Station

57 views last month

€8.00 on first 24h - €7.00 on extra 24h

Tipperary House
Dublin Heuston Station

Open Late

50 views last month

€8.00 on first 24h - €7.00 on extra 24h

Mail Boxes Etc
Dublin Busáras

49 views last month

€7.00 on first 24h - €6.00 on extra 24h

Mail Boxes Etc
Dublin Rathmines

13 views last month

€7.00 on first 24h - €6.00 on extra 24h

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Dublin Left Luggage Guide

Nothing drags you down quite like having to lug your bags behind you. Regardless of where you are staying or what you are doing, we have StashPoints across Dublin.

Stasher Left Luggage

Here are our top 5 StashPoints, based upon reviews and location:

  • Dublin O’Connell Bridge Left Luggage - leave your bags at The Abbey Court Hostel right next to O’Connell Street. Open 24/7 and voted part of ‘Dublin’s Best Hostels’. It is famous for its excellent location, top facilities, welcoming staff and competitive prices.

  • Dublin Heuston Station Left Luggage - leave your bags at Next Door Off Licence, a supermarket and off licence just 5 minutes walk from Heuston Station. Open Monday - Friday: 08:30 - 23:30 Saturday: 11:30 - 23:30

  • Dublin Castle Left Luggage - drop your luggage with Fogarty Lock & Safe Co. Ltd, a locksmiths right next to Dublin Castle and just a short walk from the Temple Bar district. Open Monday - Friday: 09:00 - 17:00

  • Dublin Pearse Station Left Luggage - leave your bags at Mail boxes Etc on 3 Lombard Street East, just around the corner from Pearse Station. Open Monday - Friday: 09:30 - 17:00

  • Dublin Busaras (Bus Station) and Connelly Train Station Left Luggage - store your bags with Mail Boxes Etc on 2 James Joyce Street. A short walk from both Connelly Train Station and the central Busaras Bus Station. Open Monday - Friday: 09:00 - 17:00

Dublin Busaras (Bus Station) Left Luggage

There are self service lockers at Dublin Busaras Station that cost 6€ for a small locker, €8 for a medium sized locker and 10€ for a large locker. However, these have been out of order recently and even the largest are unlikely to have enough space to store suitcases or larger bags.

Dublin Airport Left Luggage

Luggage storage is available from Excess Baggage Co in the Terminal 1 arrivals hall.

Opening hours: 5am - 11pm

Cost: up to 4h - 7€, up 70 24h - 12.50€, prices vary for additional hours.

Bear in mind: at 12.50€, Excess Baggage is considerably more expensive than our local StashPoints in the city centre. Moreover, leaving your luggage at the airport is only convenient if you’re planning for a short layover and not staying in the city overnight.

Dublin City Guide

Once home to Oscar Wilde, U2 and Conor McGregor to name but a few, Dublin is a city bursting with life and steeped in a rich history. Aptly described as “Europe’s largest village”, it is the jewel in Ireland’s crown and has succeeded in becoming a truly global city whilst remaining both friendly and down to earth.

Whether it is high culture, low culture or something in between that you are after, Dublin has all bases covered. Let us help you make the most of your time in the city with some suggestions of places to go, people to see and much more.

If you are flying in to Dublin, several buses will take you straight in to the city centre in less than half an hour from just 7 euros. Some of the city’s most famous sights are less than 10 minutes’ walk from the central Busaras station, such as the Spire of Dublin, the James Joyce Statue and the O’Connell Monument. Cross over the River Liffey and a short walk will take you to world renown university, Trinity College Dublin where the equally famous Book of Kells resides. This illustrated manuscript created by Irish monks around 800 AD is a national treasure and advance tickets to see it start at 11 euros, whilst they are free for children under the age of 12 – a must see!

If this has whet your cultural appetite, you can delve deeper into Irish history by dropping in to the National Gallery of Ireland, just around the corner. It is home to more than 2,500 paintings and some 10,000 other works including watercolours, drawings, prints and sculpture from all around the world. Highlights include works by Vermeer, Caravaggio, Picasso, Van Gogh and Monet. The National Museum of Ireland and the Oscar Wilde House are also in the vicinity, but if by now you are in need of a breather, do not fret! The nearby St Stephen’s Green is a beautiful Victorian garden which provides a welcome refuge in an otherwise bustling city.

There are two cathedrals in the Irish capital – St Patrick’s and Christ Church. St Patrick’s, a 10-minute walk from St Stephen’s Green, is the National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland, whilst Christ Church is Dublin’s oldest building and a place of pilgrimage for almost 1,000 years. Dublin Castle lies roughly between the two and is also well worth a visit. You may well be in need of a drink by this stage and if so, you’re in luck. Dublin is famed for having some of the best pubs in the world and there are approximately 1,000 across the whole city, meaning that its pub-to-person ratio is the envy of many cities. The iconic Temple Bar district is the area with the highest concentration of bars in the city, whilst it is also the Cultural Quarter of Dublin. However, prices here are likely to be higher than elsewhere and in truth there are excellent pubs all over the city so do not be afraid to venture off the beaten track.

For those of you wanting to take your love of liquor further, Dublin is of course the birthplace of Guinness, Ireland’s most famous export. The Guinness Storehouse is Dublin’s number one tourist attraction and provides an immersive learning experience about the history of the much loved “Black Stuff”. This all takes place within an impressive seven-storey building, which has been remodelled into the shape of a giant pint of Guinness! Tickets start at €17.50 and include a complimentary pint, which can be enjoyed in the rooftop “Gravity Bar” which has panoramic views across the city. Dublin is also home to the Jameson Distillery and the Teeling Whisky Distillery, both of which also offer fully guided tours.

If your purse strings have been sufficiently loosened by this stage, Dublin provides ample opportunity to indulge in some retail therapy. The main shopping district is centred around Grafton Street and plays host to a great variety of retail stores as well as many cafés, restaurants and bars. The city also has several shopping centres as well as some great vintage shops north of the river in the Smithfield area where you can pick up some real bargains.

Whilst you will have done extremely well if you have managed to pack all of this into one day, fear not, Dublin also has plenty to offer after hours. Around 50% of the population is under 25 so it will come as no surprise to hear that clubbing ranks high on the city’s agenda. Again, the go-to area is Temple Bar where there is a vast array of clubs and pubs to cater for all tastes and desires. There are also a number of organised bar crawls, the most famous of which is “The Original BackPacker PubCrawl”, which costs €12 and begins every night at 8pm at The Mercantile Pub on Dame Street. This takes in many of Dublin’s most popular bars and clubs and comes with a complimentary pint of Guinness. If you are wondering where to find a good place to finish off the night, most Dubliners will tell you to look no further than Copper Face Jacks. Probably Ireland’s most reputable nightclub, its doors first opened in 1995 and it is packed out every night of the week.

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1. Book

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2. Drop

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3. Collect

Enjoy the city! Return to collect your bags.

How much?
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Flexibility is key when you travel. Pay once, just £6 per item, and 24 hours of storage is yours, to use as much or as little as you need.
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Add an extra 24 hours for just £5 per item.

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Every bag is insured up to £750. All our StashPoints are vetted for secure storage and friendly staff.

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We're over 50% cheaper than station left luggage. We're just £6 per bag per 24h.

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We have a range of locations to choose from and no queues!

Easy to book online at short notice, and a good price. The location was easy to find, very central and the service in the shop was lovely. Luggage was kept safe and it all felt completely secure so I’d definitely use Stasher again.

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