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Hotels in Balbriggan

Known as the Town of the Little Hills, Balbriggan is a small town on the east coast of Ireland on the banks of the River Bracken, about 20 miles north of Dublin.

Balbriggan's pale-sanded beach, called the Front Strand, is only a short walk from the town centre, and its working harbour and lighthouse are among the town's main tourist attractions. Book one of our Balbriggan hotels and explore the coastline. There are plenty of walking trails with lovely views of the Irish Sea, and a colony of seals is often seen at the harbour.

Ardgillan Castle

Just outside the town, Ardgillan Castle is an 18th-century country house set in 194 acres of beautiful parkland from where you can enjoy views of the mountains and sea. The house is open for tours and often hosts art exhibitions, while the park can be explored on foot or on a bicycle. Here you'll find fruit, vegeSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION, herb and rose gardens, a Victorian conservatory, tea rooms, a yew avenue and a wildflower meadow filled with wildlife. For the kids, there's a castle-and-sea-themed playground with more than 30 pieces of play equipment. There's also a holistic centre offering Indian head massage, yoga, aromatherapy and more.

Xtreme Sports Adventure Centre

At the Xtreme Sports Adventure Centre you can try out all manner of exciting activities. Drive a 4x4 through a woodland and swamp or brave the high-rope walk, 14 metres off the ground. Whizz down the zip wire or have a go at archery, the climbing wall, the giant swing, off-road buggy driving, paintballing, clay pigeon shooting or trout fishing. The centre is also home to Dublin Falconry, where falconer Trevor Roche displays his birds of prey, shows how he handles them and even lets you have a go yourself.

For something more sedate, the town also has an 18-hole golf course and tennis courts. PJ's Playcentre has a variety of activities for children, including a play area, pottery painting, go karts and laser tag.

A short drive outside the town you'll find the Seamus Ennis Arts Centre, which offers a year-round programme of concerts, theatre productions, Irish music performances, comedy, talks and art exhibitions. It is named after Seamus Ennis, a musician and singer who is considered one of the greatest uilleann pipers of all time.

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