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Enjoy a pottery experience and learn how to throw a pot on the potter's wheel. Your pot will then be glazed and fired to make it a permanent souvenir of your day out.
Eirtrail is a local Irish company offering day trips to the West of Ireland from Dublin City Centre. During the trip you can visit the amazing Cliffs of Moher, the Burren and Galway Bay . It is a lovely day out and an enjoyable way to the see the West of Ireland.
The Bailey Bar is a modern, and sophisticated trendy night spot. Day time cafe-bar with outside terrace. Very continental!!
The Bram Stoker Hotel, Clontarf is a family run Dublin Hotel situated on Clontarf Road, just 4km from the City centre and 2km from Dublin car ferryport. There is an excellent bus service to and from the city centre throughout the day.
One of Malahide's finest ethnic restaurants, Jaipur is located in the basement of a Georgian townhouse, overlooking the Marina, in the centre of Malahide village, located north of Dublin city.
Purple Ocean offers a unique dining experience, with a seating gallery and outdoor balconies affording stunning views of Dun Laoghaire Harbour and bay. The menu offers a large choice of contemporary Irish dishes with an extensive choice of seafood.
Large, family run, detached residence in Tudor style. Tastefully furnished in old and new for maximum comfort.
Beaumont House is the home of Dublin’s largest and longest pub carvery. Enjoy an excellent pint, or choose from a range of beverages to complement your meal at Beaumont House.
This language school offers general English, English for special purposes and one to one courses for adults all year round and for young people during Easter and for the Summer.
Come and join Gilber and Wrights of Clontarf and enjoy the cool vibe, or just chill out on one of their oh so comfy couches and sip a G&W signature cocktail to the retro sounds of the 70's & 80's!
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Tours from €20.00
From €630 PPS
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From £75.00 per day including insurance
If you’re a visitor from the island of Ireland you may want to visit one of these sites… Otherwise proceed to Ireland.com