WELCOME TO HOWTH

Welcome to Howth. Make yourself at home and feel like a local. Rendezvous of land and sea creates spellbinding natural environments for adventure and the great outdoors. Fresh seafood makes for fine food and entertainment. Cool niche shopping, and a broad range of health fitness and beauty offerings complete the picture. Howth was an island in ancient times, known as Binn Eadair, after the famous Chieftain of the Tuatha De Danaan. For the last 9000 years Howth has been a hotspot on European itineraries. Visitors or invaders, once smitten, stay. Thrill and inspire yourself outside, enjoy the excellent restaurant bars, and cafes or take good care for yourself in one of our salons or gyms . Take in Howth Castle and all it has to offer. Stoke your natural high

Did you know?

Did you know Dublin has a stunning coastline? Picture long sandy beaches and rugged coastline dotted with picturesque seaside towns and villages, picture rolling green landscape only interrupted by bustling heritage towns.... and all only minutes from the city.

Think great food, think leisurely days or adrenaline filled adventures. Sounds good right?

A trip to Howth takes only 20 minutes of the DART, this spectacular fishing village has a restaurant for every taste, a walk for every fitness level and a photo op for every camera!. There are 4 looped walks offering scenic views of the Dublin Coastline, its islands and of Dublin Bay with the city to the background. cliffs, Take wander down the pier and take in the views of Ireland’s Eye, a beautiful island just a 15-minute boat ride away.

A few minutes further up along the coast is the picturesque seaside town of Malahide. It is the perfect for a spot shopping in its many boutiques, or try your hand at sailing or take a wander along the stunning coastal path to Portmarnock.

Not to be missed is Malahide Castle, set in a beautiful park the 12th century castle and its immaculate botanic gardens are open to the public for guided tours. If after all this you have worked up an appetite Malahide has many fab restaurants, gastro-pubs, bistros and cafés dotted throughout the village.

Further north is the beautiful village of Skerries, the home of St. Patrick. It is a picture postcard  with a connection to the nearby sea which informs much of day-to-day life. Skerries' streets are crammed with buzzing cafés, hip gastro pubs, traditional  and restaurants from pizzerias to intimate tearooms and warm family restaurants that specialise in seafood, steak and Italian cuisine. Along the harbour, you’ll find hip haunts that mix authentic sea-faring atmosphere with incredible seafood such as locally caught prawns and crab claws. In town, you’ll find 12 traditional pubs, all home to a lively, traditional Irish atmosphere and steeped in the country’s charming culture