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100 Millview Lawns, Malahide, Dublin
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Welcome to this modern family home which is located within walking distance to Malahide Castle and village, packed with its many award winning restaurants and pubs. This accommodation is comfortable and affordable, a warm Irish welcome is guaranteed.
This delightful B&B consists of three bedrooms, two of which contain ensuite facilities. A delicious breakfast is served each morning in the dining area. Added facilities include Wifi Internet access, private parking, tea/coffee making facilities and TV.
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Directions from Dublin Airport to Ardilaun B&B, 100 Millview Lawns, Malahide, Co. Dublin.
1. Head southeast on Airport Roundabout toward M1 - 200m
2. Exit the roundabout onto Dublin Rd/R132 heading to Sord/Swords. Continue to follow R132. Go through 2 roundabouts - 3.3 km
3. At Malahide Rd Roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Malahide Rd/R106. Continue to follow R106. Go through 1 roundabout. Ardilaun is located on the left hand side 50m before a pedestrian set of traffic lights - 2.6 km
Activities such as angling, horse riding and swimming can all be enjoyed locally. Malahide is a picturesque coastal village, which is located 16km from Dublin city centre. The town is lined with shops, restaurants and traditional Irish pubs. The town also enjoys easy access to Dublin city via the DART service and is located just 9km from Dublin Airport.
Within 10km of Ardilaun there are several golf clubs including many links courses. Horse riding, cycle hire, fishing, sailing are all available locally and further afield. Walks along the coast or visits to local fishing villages as well as stately homes are close by.
Ardilaun B&B is located near Dublin airport (8 min drive) and close to the picturesque village of Malahide famed for its many restaurants and cozy bistros with its active pub scene and modern marina. One of Malahide’s famous attractions is located within 500m of the B&B. The expansive public park of Malahide Castle offers pitch and putt, tennis, football pitches, children’s playground and extensive walks through woodland settings as well as the castle itself with its restaurant and gift shop. In the grounds also are craft shops in the courtyard and gardens.
There is a long costal walk between Malahide and Portmarnock with panoramic views of Lambay Island and Howth Head.
Public transport offers a DART rail service to Dublin and bus or taxi where the many attractions of the national capital can be seen. A must for any visitor to Dublin must be a visit to the Guinness Brewery for a tour of the factory to view the process of manufacturing one of Ireland’s most famous products, finishing off with a sample of the “black stuff” in the spectacular Gravity Bar where one can enjoy panoramic 360 degree views across Dublin.
The nearby village of Swords offers the Pavilions Shopping Centre and cinemas for the tourist wishing to avail of nearby entertainment.
Jose from Sevilla
Stayed 05-2013Family with kids
Solo decir que las paredes son muy finas , se escucha todo.
Anonymous from Bexbach
Stayed 06-2012Tour group
Anonymous from Mantova
Stayed 09-2011Solo traveller
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