Since 2009, guests from all around the world have used Airbnb to explore Ireland. Airbnb hosts reflect Ireland’s great diversity: The average host is 44 years old but some hosts are retired; a large percentage of them work in art, design or creative services; and 65 percent hold a secondary-education degree. The Airbnb Ireland host community is spread over more than 500 cities, towns and villages. Ireland’s progressive stance is creating a culture of home sharing that brings sustainable social and economic benefits throughout the country.

€202M in economic activity

73% hosts who say home sharing positively influences their lives

59% hosts who say extra income helps them stay in their homes

Learn more about the Airbnb community with this dynamic map

This interactive map of Ireland is made so you can learn more about Airbnb’s impact across the region.

Airbnb wraps up Oscailte 2017

On Saturday 20 May, approximately 150 hosts from across Ireland gathered at Airbnb’s headquarters in Dublin for Oscailte — an annual celebration of the host community.

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The European Commission wants to know your views on home sharing

The European Commission recently launched a survey, offering home sharers an opportunity to share their views on the development of the tourism industry in Europe.

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New Report: Airbnb’s positive impacts on Dublin

Dublin’s home sharing community has been welcoming guests to their homes from all over the world since 2009. Last year alone, 6,100 hosts welcomed 403,500 guests to Dublin, giving them a unique and authentic travel experience.

Read our latest report on Airbnb's positive impacts on Dublin.

New Study: Airbnb’s Social and Economic Impact on Regional and Rural Ireland

Airbnb hosts around Ireland have been welcoming guests into their homes since 2009, sharing their unique experiences with guests from around the world. Read our latest report that highlights Airbnb’s social, economic and environmental impact on regional and rural Ireland.

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