Cozy rooms to rent in 6-bedroom houseshare in Clontarf

Room6 flatmates1 bathrooms
  • Overview
  • Pricing
  • House rules
  • Landlord
  • Availabilities
  • Getting around
  • How to book


This lovely 6-bedroom house in Clontarf near the Dublin Port has bright and cozy rooms to rent. This property does not have common areas available to tenants, but each room comes with a bed and plenty of storage space. Some of the bedrooms, also have a private en-suite bathroom.

If you enjoy living by the water, you will enjoy living on Clontarf Road with views of the Dublin Bay. Clontarf is a charming residential area that maintains its fishing village roots. You are well-connected to the rest of the city by bus and train.


  • Property type: house
  • Number of bathrooms: 3 (2 of which are en-suite)
  • Wi-Fi installed: yes
  • Wi-Fi activated: yes
  • Linen and towels: no, not included
  • Cleaning: no, not included

Property features

Washing machine
Equipped kitchen
Balcony or terrace
Other heating system
Drying rack

What we liked the most

  • We love the artwork.
  • Bedrooms 1 and 3 have en-suite bathrooms.
  • Bedroom 2 has beautiful views of the bay.
  • You are a 10-minute bus ride to the Killester Train Station.

Things to keep in mind

  • You will only have access to your private room. The kitchen and and living room are not available to tenants.

House rules

Landlord policies

  • Languages spoken: English
  • Deposit: 1 month’s rent
  • Payment method: cash; bank transfer

About the landlord

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Getting around


  • You have a bus stop for lines 31N, 104, and 130 nearby.
  • The Killester Train Station is only a 10-minute bus ride away.


Before you book, let’s meet Finbarr, the live-in landlord...

Finbarr looks forward to a cordial but professional relationship with you.

He wants you to know this is a family home. That means a few things:

  • Children live here
  • So does their pet (good to know if you suffer allergies)
  • Tidiness is important
  • Respect and courtesy are important
  • You can come and go as you please

One last thing:

When you book, be sure to tell Finbarr about yourself and your plans in Dublin. It will help him to understand your needs.

And if you tell him about your hobbies and interests, it will help him to know you a bit better.

How to book

Find your home 100% onlineWith Spotahome, in-person visits are a thing of the past. Our Homechecker visits the property to create video tours and photos so you can view it online. We collect all the information you need to make your decision.
Make a booking requestWith just a few simple details you can request the property and it will be held for you until you get a response. Remember, we won't charge you until the Landlord confirms.
Get an answer in 24h or lessThe Landlord has 24 hours to respond to your booking request. If they accept, your payment method will be charged and we will put you in contact with the Landlord. If they don’t accept, no worries, you won't be charged and we'll help you find alternatives.
Move inArrange your move-in date, key collection and anything else directly with your Landlord. As an extra security step, we will only transfer the first month's rent to the Landlord 48 hours after you move in, unless you contact us with a problem.
Remember: you have 24h to check your new home
If the property is significantly different to what our listing promised, let us know within 24h since you move in so that we can work to resolve it.