Cahercastle in Co Galway has been standing since the late 1400s. Photograph: Airbnb

A small castle in Galway which is more than 600 years old has become the most visited Airbnb in Europe, according to the wildly popular accommodation (...)

“Multiple interested parties” are circling designer Orla Kiely’s retail business with a view to buying some or all the interests, according to the Sunday Business Post

Finance Ireland, a non-bank lender backed by the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (Isif), has decided to enter the mortgage market and will announce (...)

The most common customers availing of Irish Airbnbs are American, followed by Irish people themselves and then those travelling from the UK, France and Germany. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

Ireland has had its busiest summer yet for Airbnb rentals with about 640,000 “guest” stays expected over the season. The company said this level of (...)

Aisling Hassell, the head of Airbnb in Ireland: “I would hope we would replicate the success of Google, which now has about 7,000 people in Ireland, and Facebook, which has about 6,000.” Photograph: Alan Betson

Airbnb, the global accommodation sharing website, could double its employee numbers in Ireland to 1,000 over the next three to five years, the head of(...)

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Airbnb continued to grow in popularity in Ireland in 2017, with a new report showing guests increased by almost two thirds as a total of 1.2 million r(...)

The study shows 23 per cent of guests said they would not have visited or stayed as long in Dublin without Airbnb.

More than 400,000 visitors to Dublin stayed in Airbnb properties last year with individual hosts earning an average income of €4,900 by sharing their(...)

Airbnb users contributed an estimated €74 million to communities across Ireland over the last 12 months, according to a new report by Airbnb. Photograph: John MacDougall/AFP/Getty Images

Almost half of the 6,000 people in rural Ireland who rented either all or part of their home to tourists through Airbnb over the last year did so to m(...)

The Watermarque Building in Ringsend, Dublin, where Airbnb’s headquarters is located. Photograph:  Frank Miller/The Irish Times

About 200 people who rent out properties using the online hospitality company Airbnb attended a meeting last night after it wrote to them informing th(...)

Airbnb has its own office bar, with a happy hour every Thursday.

For many workers in Ireland, the idea of benefits is probably limited to health insurance, some paid maternity leave and above-average holiday time. H(...)