Dublin Weather June Averages, Ireland
What's the weather like in Dublin in June
The average temperatures range between highs of 17 degrees Celsius and lows of 10 degrees Celsius respectively.
Humidity & Rain
Dublin experiences essentially constant cloud cover, with the sky being overcast or mostly cloudy about 52 per cent all through the month of June.
Over the course of June in Dublin, the length of the day gradually increases, with the average increase from the start to the end of the month being about 17 minutes.
The average sea temperature of Dublin over the course of June is approximated to be about 12 degrees Celsius or 54 degrees Fahrenheit.
The average hourly wind speed in Dublin remains essentially constant in the month of June, and remains within 0.2 miles per hour and 11.0 miles per hour throughout.
The hourly average wind direction in Dublin throughout the month of June is predominantly from the west, with the city experiencing a peak proportion of 39 per cent on June 30th.
The average weather conditions in Dublin experience an average of about 14 degrees, and hence the weather is still pleasant and cold at times.
The ideal summer costume to pack for a vacation here would be cool, casual clothing, coupled with a pair of warming wear for a cold day outside.
The nights are still considerably chilly, hence we advise you to carry warming accessories to make your stay here cosy and comfortable.
Dublin Hotels in June
If you would prefer a more affordable choice, we recommend to you the Harcourt Hotel. This hotel is set in a row of Georgian brick townhouses on a city-centre street, and is at a minute's walk from a LUAS light rail stop, 9 minutes from the shops of Grafton Street and 15 minutes from the Temple Bar nightlife area. This lively hotel has straightforward rooms and features like TVs, tea and coffee-making facilities, and a suite with a sitting area. The hotel even has an on-site restaurant that serves European modern cuisine, a vibrant bar and nightclub with an all-weather beer garden.
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel is an upscale, modern hotel set in the city centre, at a 6-minute walk from St Patrick's Cathedral and a 7-minute walk from Dublin Castle. The hotel features plush, contemporary rooms with features such as flat-screen TVs, minibars, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee making facilities, while upgraded rooms add Nespresso machines and complimentary breakfast. Suites include separate sitting areas and balconies and the hotel offers 24/7 room service. The additional amenities here include a classic French restaurant, 3 bars, a whiskey-tasting room, a colourful bar serving casual pub grub, and a business centre.
Travelodge Dublin City Centre Rathmines
Travelodge Dublin City Centre Rathmines is a basic hotel set at a distance of 1.9 km from St. Patrick's Cathedral, 4.8 km from the lively Temple Bar, and also 2.2 km from Dublin Castle. With casual standard and upgraded rooms offering custom-designed beds, limited free Wi-Fi, en suite bathrooms, TVs, tea and coffee making facilities and sofa beds, the hotel offers parking space and also allows pets, for an additional cost.
The Westin Dublin
The Westin Dublin is an upscale accommodation choice located opposite the Trinity College, fronted by a grand stone facade with ornate columns and located at a 2-minute walk from the River Liffey, a 4-minute walk from Grafton Street's boutiques and 6 minutes' walk from the Abbey Theatre. This opulent hotel has contemporary furnishings, elegant crown mouldings and the chic rooms come with features such as flat-screen TVs, desks, custom beds with leather headboards, balconies and city views, while suites add living areas, steam rooms, a gym and a Jacuzzi and Wi-Fi at a fee. Added amenities are a restaurant, a cocktail bar, a refined atrium lounge, a 24/7 gym, and valet parking at an additional charge.
Bars and Restaurants
The Bank on College Green
The Bank on College Green is set in a beautiful location and has a lovely, classy interior architecture serving top-notch, high quality, extremely tasty and a down-to-earth pub food experience. An old bank turned into a lovely pub, is quite affordable and has a brilliant yet simple menu and professional, kind and attentive service. This vibrant restaurant has a brilliant interior architecture- elegant and classy, featuring live piano music, as well as chandeliers hanging from an intricately decorated ceiling.
If you feel like gorging on some pizza, pasta and home style Italian dishes while in the city of Dublin, head over to the famous Da Mimmo restaurant. With a casual cafe-style setting, De Mimmo has a cosy, comfortable atmosphere and is known to serve some of the best pasta dishes in town. Easily known as one of the best Italian restaurants in the city of Dublin by locals as well as tourists alike, the place also has plenty of wine varieties to choose from. Also, the staff here is quite friendly, and the service as well is extremely prompt and professional!
Farm is a lovely restaurant in the city of Dublin with a lot of interesting options to suit your palate. The place serves some lovely gluten free options as well, making it a go-to place for the health-conscious too. Farm restaurant serves a globally inspired menu in a brick columned dining room and has a wooden wall as well as unusual metal lamp shades. The restaurant offers a lovely early bird option, so do try it if you are here. The food here is fresh and wonderfully cooked, every single time, and is a great place if traditional Irish food is your thing!
The Millstone Restaurant
Serving a classic menu of refined Irish and European dishes, The Millstone Restaurant serves food that is delicious as well as beautifully presented. This lovely, quiet restaurant in the heart of Dublin city is a great place to try if you want someplace peaceful and far away from the maddening crowd. The restaurant offers a lovely, amazing set menu, and is an excellent value for the quality you get. This restaurant is the perfect blend of delicious food, romantic old-times decor and amazing service all put together. Definitely recommended.
Things to do in Dublin in June
Powerscourt Estate, House & Gardens
Powerscourt Estate, House & Gardens is located in Enniskerry, County Wicklow, Ireland and is a large country estate noted for its house and landscaped gardens, and occupying a total area of approximately 19 hectares. Listed by the National Geographic channel to be among the top 10 gardens to visit in the world, this place has fountains, formal gardens and scenic areas which offer a breath taking view. If you enjoy shopping, the place offers a wide range of options for you to choose and shop from: from specialty food, to art, household / furniture, clothing and jewellery.
East Coast Rowing
When in Dublin, if you ever hear of East Coast Rowing, make sure you experience or at least witness this adventurous water sport. With some of the best sea and coastal rowing conditions found along the east coast around County Dublin, Coastal rowing in Ireland has its roots well embedded from olden times. If you want to experience the thrill of coastal rowing, you must know that the most common boats used for coastal rowing are traditional clinker-built wooden skiffs and that the best period to row is generally from March to September.
Talbot Street is a busy, buzzy city centre street that is situated on Dublin's Northside. Being one of the principal shopping streets of the city of Dublin, this street runs from the iconic Connolly station and the International Financial Services Centre at Amiens Street in the east to Marlborough Street in the west. There are lots of things you can do at Talbot street, and that includes shopping, dining, visiting the numerous entertainment venues and theatres as well as just hang around the various gardens and parks that line the area. A great place to have fun, this is an ideal place to hang out at with friends and family during a lovely evening at Dublin.