Howth

  1. 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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  2. The Dog House Blues Tea Room

    Howth, Dublin

    The Dog House Blues Tea Room is a quirky coffee shop and restaurant located in the coastal town of Howth, County Dublin. The Dog House Blues specialise in fresh pizza baked in a wood fire oven and a wide selection of unusual loose leaf teas. Read more

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  3. National Transport Museum of Ireland

    Howth, Dublin

    The National Transport Museum of Ireland, in Howth County Dublin, was established by the Transport Museum Society of Ireland, this collection is Ireland’s only comprehensive assembly of public and commercial road transport. Read more

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  4. 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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  5. Aqua Restaurant

    Howth, Dublin

    Beautiful waterside location with fresh fish delivered daily. Read more

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  6. Hazelwood

    Howth, Dublin

    Modern bungalow situated in its own grounds and gardens. Very quiet. No passing traffic. Ample parking. WiFi available. Read more

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  7. Deer Park Hotel Golf & Spa

    Howth, Dublin

    Deer Park Hotel Golf and Spa is situated in the grounds of Howth Castle in County Dublin. It is surrounded by golf courses with spectacular sea views. dpSpa located within the hotel offers a range of relaxing and rejuvenating treatments and therapies Read more

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  8. Howth Market

    Howth, Dublin

    Howth Market is a lifestyle market open every Saturday,Sunday and Bank Holiday from 10am to 6pm. It is conveniently located in the village of Howth Co. Dublin opposite the Dart Station. Read more

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  9. Island Ferries

    Howth, Dublin

    Island Ferries offers boat trips to Irelands Eye Howth which is a small picturesque Island on the northside of Dublin. It is a bird sanctuary, has a long safe sandy beach and is ideal for relaxing away from the mainland. Read more

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  10. 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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