Trinity Student Accommodation

For students planning to attend Trinity College, Dublin, Heyday at Carman’s Hall is the ideal city centre base this academic year! Discover why it’s popular with so many Trinity students; modern bedrooms, a modern building packed with great amenities and conveniently located in The Liberties area of the city. Enjoy student life by making us your home for the year or semester ahead and be within easy reach of the Trinity campus.

A short walk to Trinity college

Trinity College Dublin is located in the historical centre of Dublin, on College Green, opposite the Irish house of Parliament.

  • The campus is approximately 1.4 kilometres from Heyday, a lovely 15-minute walk that will take students through Temple Bar. Students can also ride their bike; the cycle takes a little over 5 minutes.
  • There is a large choice of public transportation options with Dublin buses running every 5 to 10 minutes very reliably. With a bus stop just in front of the entrance of the building, take the 13 or the 123 to reach college green in less than 15 minutes.

Stay At Heyday

Our vibrant location, within the historic Liberties district, is one of the oldest, most colourful and dynamic parts of Dublin. Surrounded by the city’s best landmarks, shopping districts, foodie haunts and bustling nightlife, you’ll find a world of rich culture just a short stroll away.

Heyday Student Living offers private, en-suite rooms, with generous beds, superfast fibre broadband and water included in the rent. The building has many facilities, including a gym, coffee shop, laundry, study areas, cinema room and multi-purpose room. Hang out in the common areas, get involved with our exciting social events or simply relax in your own private room.  It’s literally purpose built for students!

Make lifelong friends and secure the ideal place to complete your studies at Heyday Carman’s hall.  Experience life your way.

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About Trinity College

Trinity College Dublin was ranked the first university in Ireland and 101st in the world. It leads the way in terms of research and innovation thanks to heavily funded programmes and industry partnerships.

Trinity College was founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I as part of the College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity. It is Ireland’s oldest university. Mixing over 400 years of history with state-of-the-art facilities, Trinity offers a rich student experience in the historical centre of Dublin, right next the beautiful old Trinity College library and the Parliament buildings.

Chester Beatty library

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Chester Beatty library

Located halfway between Trinity college and Heyday student accommodation, the Chester Beatty Library is one of the best museums in Dublin. Come in to learn more about world cultures and grab a coffee in the lovely atrium.

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