Serviced Apartments Clontarf

Clontarf is a peaceful coastal suburb in Northern Dublin, Ireland. Dublin lies around 5 km away from this lovely neighborhood. The city offers a wide variety of accommodation options for guests. Serviced apartments in Clontarf are an ideal choice for guests who prefer comfort. Needless to say, a cozy village atmosphere and the divinity of the sea await you when you land on this side of the world. We sort your lavish lifestyle with elaborate home-like facilities in our travel abodes.

Top serviced apartments in Clontarf:

Each of our serviced apartments in Clontarf is well designed by keeping in mind the needs of our stayers. We apply our years of research to provide top-notch facilities to our guests. We ensure you get the most convenient locations and utmost privacy. You can expect cozy bedrooms, well-equipped kitchens, bathrooms, and living spaces for relaxation. A luxury TV with free Wi-Fi is to keep you entertained. On-site gyms are to help you continue your workout even during your holidays. For touring, cleaning services, and cutlery, get in touch with the apartment staff.


Where to Stay in Clontarf:

While you are here, you need not worry about transportation as the DART train is all over Dublin. That is why our well-located serviced apartments in Dublin are in demand of late. Likewise, buses and taxis are available in the suburb. The best place to stay is nearby the area between Clontarf and the City Center. Saint Lawrence Road, Clontarf Road, Jones’s Road, and Swords Road are some places where you can choose to live.

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Facts about Clontarf:

Clontarf has survived intense battles and gone through many changes throughout history. Following are some fascinating facts about Clontarf for you to know:


  • The name Clontarf is an altered form of the Irish term, Cluain Tarbh. The meaning of the word is the 'meadow of the bull'.
  • The Clontarf Battle in 1014 is one of the most fierce battles known. The Irish king Brian Boru won the war against the armies of both Leinster and Dublin.
  • Clontarf is a civil parish in the ancient barony of Coolock. It takes pride in emerging as a popular center of interest as a lively fishing village.
  • It was a popular holiday resort for the citizens of Dublin during the early 19th century. People used to visit Clontarf to enjoy bathing in the sea or hot and cold seawater baths.


Weather in Clontarf:

The weather in Clontarf is much like the other parts of Ireland. It enjoys comfortable summers and cold winters and gets windy during other times. January and February are the coldest months in the coastal region. The highest temperature goes up to 73°F during the peak months - May, June, and July. So, the best time to visit is October and November, when the weather is cool and perfect. Our elaborate furnished apartments in Dublin Clontarf ensure a welcoming accommodation all year round. We await to welcome you.