Located in the beautiful sea fishing, tree lined village of Skerries, County Dublin, 20 minutes drive from Dublin Airport. Redbank House is right in the heart of golf course country.
Redbank House is situated in stunning Skerries, County Dublin. They are passionate about quality and comfort, which carries through every aspect of the accommodation, where a good night’s sleep will be had by guests laid in carefully chosen beds and cocooned between soft cotton duvets.
Each of the guest rooms at Redbank House has been lavished with an individual sense of style and comfort. A bottle of the hotels own water is supplied to each guest with compliments. Following an active day spent enjoying the localities many outdoor pursuits or perhaps a lazy day spent completely at leisure, what better way to turn in for the night, than after a wonderful meal and good company. Tired and relaxed, the guarantee of a restful nights sleep awaits, merely footsteps away. Facilities in the rooms include complimentary WiFi, bottle of water from the hotels own well, ensuite power shower, Gilchrist & Soames toiletries and oversized fluffy robes, satellite TV, ironing facility, working desk and hospitality tray.
The guesthouse's proprietor is TV chef Terry McCoy. A tremendous enthusiast, Terry is an avid supporter of local produce and suppliers and is always keen to try out new ideas and to make the most of them.
Fresh seafood from Skerries Harbour the back bone to his menus, without limiting the vision, this man is known to go out at dawn the gather young nettles for soup and is equally appreciative of the famous farm produce of the area.
The luscious vegetables of the market gardening area of Ireland feature large on his menus. Equally nurtured by this big hearted chef are the local millers who supply him with the stone flour for his delicious fresh brown bread and of course the farmhouse cheese makers of Ireland who produce such mouth-watering cheeses.
Skerries have an excellent train and bus service into Dublin city, so park your car, relax and avoid the gridlock of Dublin.