5 Desks with a View
14 June 2023 By Leah Fairman
There are lots of reasons to work from a Hub. Maybe you haven’t got an adequate set-up at home, and the idea of your own desk in a dedicated, professional space appeals. Perhaps you’re travelling around Ireland but need to send a few emails. Or you’ve got your own business and want to network, while availing of top-of-the-range facilities.
Whatever the reason, with over 300 Hubs dotted around the country, there’s one to suit your needs. What’s more, a whole host of Irish Hubs are (unsurprisingly) located in absolutely stunning surrounds. So, whether you’re looking to hot desk for a day or settle into Hub life for a few weeks or months, why not consider one of these fabulous desks with a view.
Image: View from M-Space, Malahide
Founded by sisters Carol Ann and Barbara, M-Space looks out onto Malahide’s pretty marina. Born and bred in this charming coastal Dublin town, the sisters noticed that SMEs and sole traders were struggling with the cost of renting units. “More and more people are looking for ‘an-all-in-price' and don’t want any of the hassle”, they noted. And so, M-Space was born! Carol Ann and Barbara pride themselves on flexibility and will happily tailor a membership to suit your business needs.
Image: The Yard Hub, Abbeyshrule
If you need to join a meeting in the Midlands, look no further than the newly-opened Yard in Abbeyshrule. Located on the banks of the Royal Canal, this charming Longford location is the perfect base from which to explore the surrounding countryside. As well as hot desks for individual users, The Yard boasts an events room suitable for up to 30 people. Located just a short drive from Center Parcs, it’s perfect for those enjoying a family holiday nearby.
It doesn’t get much more scenic than the village of Sneem in West Kerry. Located on the rugged Iveragh Peninsula (and part of the famous Ring of Kerry), this part of the country is simply breath-taking. Sneem Digital Hub meanwhile is a modern space that’s perfect for employees and small businesses alike. What’s more, if you’re contemplating a more permanent move to this idyllic village, manager Aidan will act as your personal concierge, linking you up with local service providers and ensuring your find somewhere suitable to stay.
Image: Kilkee Cliffs
To Clare next, and the Cross Digital Hub. Part of the Digiclare initiative (in association with Clare County Council), Cross offers affordable hot desks, co-working and training facilities, all in the stunning surrounds of the Banner County. Just a short drive from the sweeping Kilkee Cliffs, Cross is a great working base for those seeking to experience all the glorious west coast has to offer.
Image: Carlingford Peninsula
Finally, to one of the country’s most scenic peninsulas; Carlingford in Co. Louth. Located in the old Station House on the seafront, Carlingford Remote Working Hub offers hot desks, conferencing facilities and even a recording studio. Situated on the main Dublin / Belfast road, it’s the perfect Hub for those travelling between the two cities, or simply taking time out to holiday in this incredibly tranquil region.
Those are just a handful of ‘desks with a view’ – with more than 300 Hubs around Ireland, you’re guaranteed to find one to suit your needs. So, whether you fancy checking in on your business affairs while on holiday, or are contemplating a more permanent relocation, you can start planning your remote adventure today by checking out our interactive map.
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