Hidden Howth Experiences
You see things; and you say ‘Why.’ But I dream things that never were; and I say ‘Why not?’” G. B. Shaw.
Hidden Howth Experiences, makes a terrific way of spending some quality time with each other, as well as the craic! Attracting visitors from all across the globe, visitors get the unique opportunity to absorb all things Irish, including the pure fresh air, fabulous food, hiking, walking, and not forgetting; the pub. Join Mark and Missy for a highly original, imaginative mystery tour, and experience a once in a lifetime trip to this extraordinary region. First settled in the 9th Century, this seaside community is laden with history, and has been the place of inspiration for famous Irish writers. Come along and travel through Howth: learn about early vikings, legends of spooks and spirits, and see why Hollywood has chosen Howth to be the backdrop to films.
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3 Waveney House
, Harbour Road,
Howth, Co. Dublin , D13 AC66
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Nearby Eating Out
Opened in July 2012 by Simon O'Connell, the aim of the O'Connells family is to have a pub with a relaxed, friendly atmosphere where locals and visitors can feel
Deep is really a family affair, from the owners Brendan & Debbie O’Connor to the team of people involved, they have been cooking up a storm since it opened in September 2004
King Sitric Fish Restaurant (Restaurant With Rooms)
Celebrating 40 years, Aidan & Joan Mac Manus have earned an international reputation for fresh seafood & hospitality in their harbourside restaurant in the picturesque fishing village of Howth.
Enjoy the spectacular Dublin Bay scenery from spacious and luxurious Cornerville bed and breakfast, nestled on the stunning Howth Peninsula. Host Helen Webster has