IADT currently does not have any on-campus accommodation, nor does it maintain a formal accommodation list. We advise students to consult relevant websites, see below section, newspapers and local community notices which provide good information on available accommodation.

IADT is not affiliated with any of the companies listed below. Always view a property before signing an agreement and seek advice where necessary. 

Our Student’s Union publishes all accommodation information that they are aware of on their Facebook page.

If you would like to list your accommodation please contact - 

Accommodation Websites

Hosting Power provides affordable and comfortable accommodation for students coming to Dublin as part of their Third Level or Postgrad studies. ​Students can book their accommodation online in advance, for the full duration of their stay in Dublin, by going to

Renting Accommodation

IADT is situated in the Dún Laoghaire/Deansgrange suburb; click here to view our exact location. The Institute is well served by the Dublin bus routes 46A, 75 and 63 bus routes. Any accommodation on these bus routes would be suitable. For information on the areas served by these routes please consult Please note that IADT is approximately 3km from Dún Laoghaire DART station and you would require a connecting bus (46A, 75 or 63) to get to IADT’s Kill Avenue campus.

Letting Agents

Letting agents are independent businesses that specialise in the rental market. Before you pay for any services or lists of accommodation, have a clear understanding of what services your will be getting for your money.

Accommodation Advice

Students are advised to know their rights and responsibilities. Hopefully the experience of renting accommodation will be a positive one for both student and providers alike. Should problems arise, listed below are the contact details of organisations who offer advice and assistance.

Youth Information Service

The Youth Information Service in Dun Laoghaire has a database of local accommodation, many have weekly rates.

Boylan Centre, Sussex St., Dun Laoghaire.

Phone: 01 284 4085, ext. 610 | Email:

The Private Residential Tenancies Board

Phone +353 1 888 2960

This agency publishes the following range of leaflets on their website that you may find useful:

  • Tenants’ rights and obligations
  • Landlords’ rights and obligations
  • The PRTB (Private Residential Tenancies Board) dispute resolution service
  • Registration of tenancies
  • Terminating a tenancy


National Housing Organisation also provides a free information and advice and advocacy service for people with housing problems.

This office is open 9.30am-5pm Monday to Friday, and also operates an evening clinic every Thursday from 5.30–7.30pm

Information leaflets on their website that you may find useful:

  • Guide to renting
  • Return of deposit

Threshold’s Eastern Region Advice Centre is located at 
21 Stoneybatter, Dublin 7.
Phone +353 1 635 3651



(Money Advice and Budgeting Service) offer a free, confidential and independent service for people with debt and money management problems.

Helpline +353 76 107 2000


Information leaflets on their website that you may find useful:

  • Leaving home and renting property
  • Problems paying your rent your rights and obligations

Rentbooks are available from IADT Students’ Union (SU). Copies of the information leaflets listed above are available from the IADT Student Services Suite, which is located in the Carriglea Building. The SU Welfare + Equality Officer deals with accommodation queries and complaints and can be contacted at or on +353 86 050 9863. Any SU officer can offer you advice and point you in the right direction so if you have any issues please contact them on +353 1 239 4646.