Clontarf is a coastal suburb, located on the Northside of Dublin. It is bordered by the areas of Fairview, Marino, Killester and Raheny, and is located in Dublin 3.
Office space in Clontarf consists mostly of period buildings which have been carefully restored and upgraded to provide thoroughly modern and professional office space.
Many serviced offices in Clontarf will enjoy all of the amenities of the city centre with a more competitive price than their city-centre equivalents. Anyone who visits Clontarf will also get to enjoy the beautiful view of the city and the Docklands.
When our clients choose to look for offices to rent in Clontarf, we make sure to remind them why it is such a good location for their businesses.
Clontarf lies between Dublin city centre and Howth and is connected to the city via train. The DART runs services through Clontarf and out to Howth. Clontarf is the first stop after leaving the city centre. In the opposite direction, DART services pass through the city and transport users as far out as Bray and Greystones.
Dublin Bus also offers many routes connecting Clontarf and the city centre, including the 29a, 31, 32, 32x, 104 and 130.
Locals in the area highly recommend Ebb & Flow Coffee, Food Room and Kennedy’s Food Store for coffee and a bite to eat at lunchtime. For a bigger feed, definitely give The Nuthouse, The Baths at Clontarf or Farhenheit Restaurant a try. If you are looking for some team bonding, then a few drinks at Harry Byrne’s, Pebblebeach or The Beachcomber will definitely do the trick.
Things to do near Clontarf include The Irish Emigration Museum, The Irish Whiskey Museum or simply take a stroll along the shorefront and take in the stunning views of the Poolbeg Chimneys.