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Boasting a garden and free WiFi, Tara Hall is a boutique guesthouse located in Howth. A 19-minute walk from National Transport Museum, the guest house features a terrace and a bar. This place is a gem! The house is amazing and the view is spectacular. The family and staff are wonderful-so friendly. They made us feel right at home.
Offering a restaurant specialising in seafood, King Sitric is located in Howth. There is free WiFi access available and free parking. This was our first visit to Ireland. Simply by a chance, we booked our stay at King Sitric Hotel. This was the best vacation we have ever taken and we can't wait to come back again. Wonderful country, wonderful people, awesome staff at Sitric! The best!
Sweet Inn - Gorgeous Howth I offers accommodation in Howth, 1.5 km from Ireland's Eye. It is situated 2.5 km from National Transport Museum and provides free WiFi plus luggage storage space. The apartment is extremely spacious, has all you need for a stay. The beds were very comfortable and we really liked the furnishings in the house. Great style! Location couldn‘t be better. Restaurants and pubs just a short walk down the hill. Parking space was always available. Communications were good. Can warmly recommend this lovely home from home. Hope to be back again when in Dublin playing golf.
Situated 1.1 km from National Transport Museum and 2.5 km from Ireland's Eye, Howth village apartment offers accommodation in Howth. Guests benefit from terrace. Fully fitted out apartment with all required facilities available. Beds extremely comfortable with lovely quality duvets, bed linen, towels etc. Even though there was a storm raging outside we slept soundly waking at dawn to the sound of the gulls which was lovely. Apartment was like home from home for our one night stay. Howth itself was perfect location for us close to airport which was a requirement for us. Also public transport, including DART, to Dublin city centre were within walking distance of apartment.
Boasting a terrace, Sweet Inn - Gorgeous Howth II features accommodation in Howth with free WiFi and garden views. The accommodation is 1.3 km from the Ireland's Eye.
McNeills of Howth is located in Dublin and has a garden, a terrace and a shared lounge. All rooms feature a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. Rooms were clean. Food was great and choices were plentiful. Great beer selection on tap. Live Irish music in the evening was amazing and set in a great family type setting. Walking distance to the water front.
The Marine Hotel is a 5-minute walk from the beach and has rooms with views over Dublin Bay. When I arrived, very friendly front of house staff. Most accommodating as when I got there having booked through book.com there was no record of my booking, there was no hassle and they even gave me a beautiful sea view room because of the mix up. Room was beautiful, very clean, fresh and modern. Room facilities - excellent. Beautiful view. Over all very pleased with my stay.
The Artist Residence Dublin is a detached 1920s cottage with large gardens overlooking the Dublin Bay, Wicklow mountains and Howth peninsula. Amazing host. The homemade breakfast was delicious !
Cosy room is situated in Baldoyle. Guests have access to free WiFi. Dublin is 12 km from the homestay.
Set 10 km from Croke Park Stadium, 11 km from DCU - Dublin City University and 11 km from The Convention Centre Dublin, D13 Self Catering TownHouse offers accommodation situated in Dublin.
One of my favourite parts of a recent trip was the stay at the King Sitric in Howth on arrival in Dublin by ferry. We had dinner in the cafe because our dog could come with us, as it couldn't in the first-floor fine dining restaurant. It was wonderful! Because I am currently having trouble with stairs, the staff reserved a table for us in the cafe, although they ordinarily wouldn't as it is a casual venue. The next morning, as breakfast is served in the restaurant, my husband went up to bring me down some breakfast--just some toast and tea--but the staff insisted on bringing me a tray with whatever I desired. Despite all that pampering, I'm looking forward to getting over my current physical issues and dining in the restaurant. Meanwhile, we have booked again for our next trip, both coming and going, and will happily have dinner in the cafe--lobster is well-represented on the menu, and I love lobster--and whether my husband brings me a bite for breakfast or they send down a tray doesn't matter. We like the hotel so much, I'd happily live there. And it does have a view of Howth harbour, which is very nice indeed. BTW, I had the Dublin Lawyer the first night: delicious! And on our way back, I had the smoked salmon and brown bread....also delicious!
Beautiful area with spectacular views from the headline. Direct quick transport links into Dublin City by both the Dart train and by bus. Why would anyone want to stay in Dublin City when you can stay at the coast with easy access into the city? Superb restaurants and cafes.
Really nice village feel with a good selection of restaurants. Pop in to see the seals in the harbour and walk the pier. Take the coastal path for some peace and quiet. Only downside is it’s quite pricey.
Free parking. We ate in the restaurant beneath the apt which was handy and a great buzz and offered drinks because so busy. Nice touch Could of done with some milk and a small loaf in apt Spacious. Clean and Carl the. Manager or. Owner fantasy
Fun sea side town with fantastic walks over cliffs to Howth Head and excellent choice of bars and restaurants - feels a world away from Dublin yet only 30 minutes away by car and with easy public transport ( DART)
A lovely seaside/ fishing town just 25 minutes by train to Dublin and a 20 minute cab ride to the airport. Good walks if required and some great bars. The Abbey bar / restaurant and the East Cafe attached to the King Sitric hotel do great food and drink.
9.6 Exceptional 131 reviews
Absolutely beautiful period house with stunning views, easy stroll into the harbour and shops/pubs/restaurants and really friendly and attentive owners, and literally a couple of minutes walk from the front door to the spectacular cliff walk. Nothing was too much trouble and it felt more like we had been welcomed into their home as friends rather than as paying guests. I can honestly say that of all the places we have stayed this was by far the best experience we've had. Already planning next year's stay!
9.1 Superb 57 reviews
Spacious and comfortable apartment in Howth,great for getting to and from Dublin city itself and all the surrounding area on the Dart. Everyone in Howth were very welcoming especially the local inns ! Karl the owner even collected us from the station on arrival.
9.4 Superb 303 reviews
Lovely hotel in a beautiful place. Owner very friendly and helpful. Outstanding breakfast. The hotel is very clean and quiet. There are excellent restaurants nearby. Howth is very scenic, with spectacular cliff walks, beautiful harbor you can walk around.
9.3 Superb 18 reviews
It was newly on the market and everything was pristine Fabulous location for walking all over Howth