Two wheels side-by-side would only be needed if the craft is in danger of tipping over sideways. Airships should stay upright because the lifting gas will still provide most of the lift, and the wheel is only for carrying the remaining load. It can swivel for ground maneuvering when the airship needs to swing into the wind while mooring at the mast, but will neither absorb big landing loads nor carry the craft at high speed, so it can be kept small.
On the lower tailfin you should only provide a bumper for unintended ground contact; adding a second wheel would only make sense when the ship touches the ground with both wheels when level. This would be a bad design, however, because maneuvering will be much easier when the lower tail fin provides enough ground clearance to allow pitch angles of approx. 3° - 5°. Note that the lower fin on most Zeppelins was smaller than the upper fin; only the last, less slender ones could afford equally sized fins. In that case, however, you need sufficient propulsion power to keep the cruise speed well above the reversal speed.