Howth

  1. The Bloody Stream

    Howth, Dublin

    The Bloody Stream is a little gem set in the heart of Howth - Co Dublin. Situated just below the Dart Station - it's within easy reach of the city centre. Read more

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  2. MV Little Flower Ferry

    Howth, Dublin

    The M.V Little Flower boat trip to Ireland's Eye departs East Pier, Howth, daily, April to October. M.V. Little Flower is fully licensed to carry 30 passengers and complies with all new Department of Marine legislation. Read more

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  3. Aqua Restaurant

    Howth, Dublin

    Beautiful waterside location with fresh fish delivered daily. Read more

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  4. Wrights Findlater Howth

    Howth, Dublin

    Located on Harbour Road, as you enter Howth Village, Wrights Findlater Howth occupies a truly stunning location with unparalelled views of Howth Harbour & Ireland's Eye. Read more

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  5. Double or Quits

    Howth, Dublin

    Howth Boats is a charter service operated by David Doyle in Howth, County Dublin. Read more

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  6. The Kitchen in the Castle

    Howth, Dublin

    This cookery school is a very unique experience, as it is located in the beautifully restored kitchens of Howth Castle, County Dublin. The Kitchen in the Castle offers a wide range of classes to suit all requirements. Read more

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  7. O'Connor Coaches

    Howth, Dublin

    From chauffeur driven limousines to 50-seater coaches, O'Connor Coaches fleet can match your every need. All vehicles are of the highest specification and are fitted with luxurious extras such as DVD screens.

    O'Connor Coaches is a fully operated licenced company and is also fully insured. Read more

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  8. Howth Guided Tours

    Howth, Dublin

    Approx: 1:30 - 2:00 (hrs)
    Gradient: Flat with moderate hills

    Our tour begins in Howth village, with a short walk to the entrance of Deerpark estate and onto Howth Castle. Here we explain the local history from the Viking past right up until the present day. We learn the history of the castle and we take a walk through the world renowned Rhododendron gardens with over 400 recorded species. Their beautiful seasonal colours are sure to impress.
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  9. The Abbey Tavern

    Howth, Dublin

    The Abbey Tavern nestles against the ancient ruins of Howth Abbey, an ideal spot in which to spend an evening in the genuine atmosphere of old Ireland. Read more

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  10. The Howth Horse & Carriage Co

    Howth, Dublin

    Carriage Driving Trips in Howth - On sunny weekends and fine summer evenings we offer leisurely sightseeing Carriage Rides at the summit of the beautiful Howth Peninsula.

    Take a drive in our comfortable carriage for a "forward to the past" experience.

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