Malahide, Co. Dublin

The attractive coastal town of Malahide is at the northern end of the DART line and offers plentiful accommodation, bars and restaurants and there’s quality shopping and an abundance of things to do. There’s a Farmers’ Market held here every Saturday, and the town is alive with bars, cafés and restaurants. Meanwhile, gardeners - and many who are just having a day out - head up to nearby Malahide Castle (+353 (0)1 846 2184), where there is extensive parkland, the Talbot Botanic Gardens, the Fry Model Railway and also an informal restaurant/tea rooms. Malahide is very convenient to many championship golf courses and there is also a sailing marina here.

Gardens

21 Library Road
21 Library Road
Dublin 18, Dublin City
Statuesque echiums and a profusion of unusual plants bursting over the garden wall signal the presence of a promising garden. But the real treat - a sumptuous feast for plant lovers- lies hidden behind Carmel Duignan’s house. For here is a ...

Golf

Woodbrook Golf Club - Bray County Wicklow Ireland
Woodbrook Golf Club
Bray, Co. Wicklow
Course Type: Parkland
Woodbrook Golf Club is a Peter McEvoy designed championship parkland golf course. Playing 6,868 yards from the back markers to a par of 72 it is considered to be a place of great beauty, bounded by unrivalled views of the Irish Sea on one side an ...

Self Catering

The Cottages - Self Catering Cottages - Bettystown County Meath Ireland
The Cottages
Bettystown, Co. Meath
Traditional thatched cottages were once very typical of this part of Ireland and, although the six that make up this beach-side hamlet look so immaculate that you could be forgiven for thinking they are new, they are actually about 300 ...

What's On

Bray Farmers Market - County Wicklow - Saturdays
Bray Farmers Market

In front of Council Office, Main St, Bray town centre, County Wicklow

Saturdays 9 am - 6 pm

Contact

Stefan: 087 066 5093

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Tourist Attractions

National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology - Kildare Street Dublin 2 Ireland
National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology
Dublin 2, Dublin City
First opened in 1890 the National Museum of Ireland for Archaeology is the national repository for all archaeological objects found in Ireland and home to over two million artefacts dating from 7,000BC to the 20th Century exhibited in seven galle ...

Wedding Venues

Wedding
King Sitric Fish Restaurant & Accommodation
Howth, Co. Dublin
Named after an 11th century Norse King of Dublin who had close links with Howth and was a cousin of the legendary Brian Boru, Aidan and Joan MacManus’ striking harbourside establishment is one of Dublin’s longest established fine dini ...
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