Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

Dún Laoghaire is a seaside town and ferry port situated some 12 km south of Dublin city centre. The name derives from its founder, Laoghaire, a 5th century High King of Ireland, who chose the site as a sea base from which to carry out raids on Britain and France.

The harbour is notable for its two granite piers - one of which is the busiest pier with people walking on it in Ireland - and is home to four yacht clubs.

Gardens

Primrose Hill Garden - Lucan County Dublin ireland
Primrose Hill
Lucan, Co. Dublin
Primrose Hill is a most endearing garden and the way it is hidden away down a laneway in the middle of Lucan gives a pleasing sense of discovery. An avenue of beech trees with bulbs and cyclamen around their feet offers a suitably grand approach ...

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

Selfcatering
The Cottage
A 200 year old cottage on a farm high in the Dublin Mountains, with dramatic views over the city and bay, beautifully restored to provide a relaxing alternative to big city bustle.

What's On

Howth Market - County Dublin - Sundays
Howth Fishermans and Farmers Market

Howth Harbour, County Dublin

Every Sunday 10am-4pm

What's Available:

GOURMET FOODS

Organic Fruit & Vegetables

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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
Roundwood Inn
Roundwood, Co. Wicklow
Jurgen and Aine Schwalm’s 17th century inn in the highest village in the Wicklow Hills has a style that is all its own, and a dedicated band of followers who love everything about it: the public bar with its own snug and open fire, the stur ...
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