Cheap Hotels in Malahide
The Lodge Hotel
Luxurious Malahide Townhouse Hotel
Hotels in Malahide
This popular coastal community is close to the outskirts of the flourishing Irish capital and has been an area of human activity thousands of years. Malahide is, as you might imagine, a great base for exploring Ireland's magnificent Irish Sea coast, and is very close to Dublin's international airport. The town also overlooks an attractive sandy beach and has an excellent marina, which is often used by wealthy yacht owners hailing from all over the world.
More than 800 years old, Malahide Castle is one of Ireland's best-preserved medieval castles and was the residence of the wealthy Talbot family until the 1970s. Today, it is a major tourist attraction and music venue, surrounded by beautiful 18th-century grounds and a charming botanical garden.
This city has been associated with many of the world's most talented literary figures, from James Joyce and Bram Stoker to Oscar Wilde and Seamus Heaney. One of the principal attractions is Dublin Zoo, which has been opened since the early 19th century and features many fascinating exhibits, from Moluccan cockatoos to Asian lions.
The Natural History Museum, meanwhile, contains many interesting animal specimens and has preserved many of its original Victorian features, while the National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology showcases more than two million archaeological artefacts. Another place worth visiting is the Kilmainham Gaol museum, which is a former prison and explores the history of Ireland's independence movement.
Where to dine and stay
Enjoy some delicious, modern-European cuisine at The Greedy Goose, or head to Déjà Vu for mouthwatering French dishes. Other renowned restaurants close to Malahide hotels include the Indian and Pakistani-themed Kajjal restaurant and Greek-themed Cape Greko.
If you're looking for affordable, quality accommodation, choose the friendly Heatherview Bed & Breakfast, or book a stay at the opulent Grand Hotel Malahide for a truly regal experience.
Other day trip suggestions:
The Wicklow Mountains
Now a National Park, the Wicklow Mountains offer some of the most outstanding natural scenery in Ireland and have been inhabited for many thousands of years. The highest mountain is Lugnaquilla, where, at 925m, you can witness phenomenal views all the way towards Wales, on a clear day with excellent visibility.
Featuring Howth Castle, one of the oldest buildings in the country, Howth was originally a quiet fishing settlement but is now an outer suburb of Dublin. The area is particularly popular with birdwatchers, and is next to the dramatic peninsula of Howth Head, which was immortalised in the famous novel 'Ulysses' by James Joyce.
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