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Clontarf
Because suburbs are chic.

You’ll love this...
Sea air, fine dining, and castles. What more do you want?

But you won’t love this...
Speedy cyclists. Walking along the promenade is a lovely experience, but some bike-owners prefer turning it into a personal race track. Look both ways, my friend.

Will I like living here?...
Looking for a village atmosphere in a busy city? Clontarf is just the ticket. You’ll be living on the seafront with amazing views across Dublin Bay, a short drive to the city centre. Walk, jog, run (or skip) along the Clontarf promenade or St Anne’s Park and Rose Garden.

This is where city dwellers come to settle down and start families. Which means the sense of community is strong. You’ll find restaurants aplenty – if you have the cash, try the Pigeon House or Fishbone. Both have Michelin stars.

And if you’re bored...
Clontarf Golf Course: A popular and pleasant 18-hole parkland golf course. Google rating: 4/5 And this Google review nails it: “A little gem. Founded in 1912 but unlike the Titanic, still going strong and many a good round of golf has hit the rocks on this challenging, compact course”. – Do they have icebergs instead of sandtraps?

Anything else?
Fancy sleeping in a castle? Of course you do, so go on, indulge your inner princess. Book a stay at Clontarf Castle Hotel. With tapestries, throne chairs, and suits of armour, you’ll feel transported back to the middle ages – with better plumbing.

And did you know?…
Bono and the rest of the lads from U2 are alumni of Clontarf’s famous Mount Temple Comprehensive school. Impressive.

AND…

Bram Stoker, the author of the famous novel Dracula, was born in Clontarf. Spooky.

Move here to be near:
* The Sea * Clontarf Castle * Sport clubs * Good schools

Getting to and from the airport...
You can take a bus from Dublin Airport. It will cost you roughly €7 and 45 minutes.

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