Howth

  1. Ye Olde Hurdy-Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio

    Howth, Dublin

    The Ye Olde Hurdy-Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio is located in the Martello Tower in Howth, County Dublin, and houses a collection of exhibits chronicling the history of telecommunications from the 1840s to present day. Read more

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  2. King Sitric Guesthouse

    Howth, Dublin

    Situated at picturesque Howth Harbour in Dublin, King Sitric Restaurant and Guesthouse has a reputation for excellent seafood and quality sea view accommodation, just 20 minutes from Dublin's city centre by DART and Dublin Airport. Read more

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  3. Hazelwood

    Howth, Dublin

    Hazelwood is a modern bungalow situated in its' own grounds and gardens. A very quiet accommodation with no passing traffic, it possesses ample parking. WiFi is available. Read more

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  4. Gleann-Na-Smól

    Howth, Dublin

    Gleann-na-Smol is located in the centre of the village of Howth close to Howth Harbour and cliff walks. Offers guests a friendly, warm and comfortable home with plenty of Irish charm.
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  5. Cornerville

    Howth, Dublin

    Very comfortable modern home with warm Irish welcome. Spacious, bright bedrooms with large en suites. Complimented by lovely garden in quiet area on Howth Peninsula. Read more

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  6. Howth Yacht Club Marina

    Howth, Dublin

    Irelands east coast has grown in popularity for water sports enthusiasts and the huge growth in interest in sailing in particular can be witnessed every weekend round the excellent marinas and sailing facilities in Fingal Read more

  7. 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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  8. Casa Pasta Howth

    Howth, Dublin

    Casa Pasta Howth has a casual, relaxed atmosphere, friendly staff serving modern food specialising in pizzas and pastas. The restaurant has a beautiful view overlooking Howth harbour. Read more

  9. 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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  10. King Sitric Fish Restaurant

    Howth, Dublin

    King Sitric Fish Restaurant, a favourite for 40 years, overlooks scenic Howth Harbour which is in easy reach of Dublin city. Known for freshly-caught seafood, game, lamb, beef & a large wine list. East Café Bar & hotel accomodation are also on site. Read more

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