ADDRESS

Malahide Demesne, Malahide, County Dublin

CONTACT

info@enjoymalahide.com

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Malahide

Malahide is a pretty seaside town approximately 15 kilometers north of the city centre. Marine activities are extremely popular in Malahide boasts is a fully serviced marina with 350 berths and full-service boatyard, complete with 30-ton travel hoist. Malahide has everything for the visiting yachtsman, with a wide variety of restaurants, local activities and amenities, historic castle, park and botanical gardens. Sporting and leisure activities include golf and tennis. Click here for more information on what Malahide has to offer visitors.

Malahide Castle is not to be missed if you are in the area. Set on 250 acres of park land the Castle was both a fortress and a private home for nearly 800 years and is an interesting mix of architectural styles.
The Talbot family lived here from 1185 to 1973, when the last Talbot died. The house is furnished with beautiful period furniture together with an extensive collection of Irish portrait paintings, mainly from the National Gallery.

How to get there
The village of Malahide is 10km from Dublin Airport and close to the M50 motorway. There is also the DART rail and regular Dublin bus services including the 15 and 42 from the city centre and the 102 from Dublin Airport.
 



Malahide

ADDRESS

Malahide Demesne, Malahide, County Dublin

CONTACT

info@enjoymalahide.com

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Malahide is a pretty seaside town approximately 15 kilometers north of the city centre. Marine activities are extremely popular in Malahide boasts is a fully serviced marina with 350 berths and full-service boatyard, complete with 30-ton travel hoist. Malahide has everything for the visiting yachtsman, with a wide variety of restaurants, local activities and amenities, historic castle, park and botanical gardens. Sporting and leisure activities include golf and tennis. Click here for more information on what Malahide has to offer visitors.

Malahide Castle is not to be missed if you are in the area. Set on 250 acres of park land the Castle was both a fortress and a private home for nearly 800 years and is an interesting mix of architectural styles.
The Talbot family lived here from 1185 to 1973, when the last Talbot died. The house is furnished with beautiful period furniture together with an extensive collection of Irish portrait paintings, mainly from the National Gallery.

How to get there
The village of Malahide is 10km from Dublin Airport and close to the M50 motorway. There is also the DART rail and regular Dublin bus services including the 15 and 42 from the city centre and the 102 from Dublin Airport.
 



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