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.


Malahide Castle - Malahide County Dublin Ireland
The Talbot Botanic Gardens
Malahide, Co. Dublin
Milo Talbot, 7th Baron Malahide was the last in a very long line of Talbots who had almost continuous connection with Malahide since they were first granted the lands in 1185. Between 1948 and his death in 1973, Milo Talbot enhanced the grounds o ...
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Castleknock Golf Club
Dublin 15, Dublin City
Course Type: Parkland
Castleknock Golf Club is a recent addition to the Dublin golfing scene. It is set in a truly serene oasis and is designed to reflect the grandeur of its location as it is on lands that were part of the Somerton Demesne originally owned by Sir Geo ...
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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 y ...
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Temple Bar Food Market - Dublin City - Saturdays
Temple Bar Food Market

Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

Saturdays 9am - 5pm


Temple Bar Cultural Trust (Linsey Ní Rainall) - 01 6772 ...
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Tourist Attractions

Rathfarnham Castle - Castle in Rathfarnham - Rathfarnham Dublin 14 Ireland
Rathfarnham Castle
Dublin 14, Dublin City
Dating back to the Elizabethan period Rathfarnham Castle with its four flanker towers is an excellent example of the fortified house in Ireland. In the late 18th century, the house was re-modeled on a splendid scale employing some of the finest a ...
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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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