10 Quiet Spots In Dublin To Zone Out And Work Remotely

From that pesky college assignment to those spreadsheets you’ve been putting off for weeks, there’s nothing worse than having a never-ending workload. Sometimes, the worst thing you can do is stay at home where there are endless distractions which will prevent you from getting through it all. Here are some nice quiet spots around Dublin where you can enjoy some food, coffee and slowly get on top of all that work.

This centrally located spot has unreal breakfast and lunch options so you can really park yourself here for the day. Head down to the basement floor to enjoy an abundance of peace and quiet.

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Just off Drury Street, this place is a gem for getting through some work in a more relaxed environment. It has Wi-Fi and some seriously tasty treats, as well as being voted no.1 spot for hot chocolate in Dublin.

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This centrally located spot has unreal breakfast and lunch options so you can really park yourself here for the day. Head down to the basement floor to enjoy an abundance of peace and quiet.

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Located a stone’s throw from Pearse Station, this charming spot is small but has plenty of sockets so there’s no chance of your laptop dying here. You’ll also feel very welcome as their staff are super friendly and won’t make you feel uneasy about hanging around whilst getting your work done. 

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Shoe Lane Coffee is an artisan coffee shop which also has really friendly staff. This is a gem of a coffee shop with seriously cool décor transporting you back in time.

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A little away from the centre but a great selection of coffee and treats. Plenty of sockets to keep you going. Inspired by Nordic cafés, their bespoke design is something unique in Dublin.

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Arguably the comfiest couches in Dublin, settle in for the day and decrease that workload. And if you’re feeling peckish they have a few specialties such as their ‘stewy’ soup or Irish porridge you can fuel up with.

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This place serves some of the best coffee in Dublin, with a nice interior that is free from distractions. With a weekly rotating menu you’ll be sure to pick up something a little different in here.

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An unusual spot in that you pay for your time and not what you eat or drink. Prices start at 8c per minute, and the minimum is € 1.50. Once you pay for your slot –  coffee, tea and wi-fi is all unlimited.

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