Heatherview Bed & Breakfast

Malahide Road, Kinsealy, Malahide, Ireland
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Dublin airport to Malahide

by Raygil

My son and his girlfriend, both students,will arriving at Dublin airport in 2 weeks time.They will be staying in Malahide.Does anyone know which would be the best form of transport from the airport? Also places to visit from their base,probably by public transport,and is Dublin city close enough to visit?
Many thanks in anticipation.

Re: Dublin airport to Malahide

by annemariebyrne

There is a local bus from the airport to Malahide, no. 102, check www.dublinbus.ie for timetables. Exact change or prepaid ticket required for fares (buy at airport befor boarding).
A taxi is another option, should cost around €15 - €20, depending on time of day, luggage etc.
Dublin city is easily accessible by bus or DART (local train)
Lots of tips on things to see and do in Malahide and Dublin on travel guides here on virtualtourist. AM

Re: Dublin airport to Malahide

by wise23girl

Well I can tell you the DART (local train) goes as far as Malahide. It is a regular service to Dublin city and further south...maybe as far as Graystones. So you have all those places in between readily available. Also there is a Malahide/Howth junction so they can go to Howth as well.

I am not sure from the airport. There are airport buses to Dublin and train to Malahide but I am sure if there are buses direct to Malahide someone will come in with that info .

Enjoy. We will be there again in NOv (brr...) Marg

Re: Dublin airport to Malahide

by Raygil

Many thanks Annmarie.
I know they will have a fabulous time.
Best wishes.

Re: Dublin airport to Malahide

by Raygil

And thanks Marg.

Travel Tips for Malahide

A Colourful Marina Close To Village Centre

by Mikebb

Malahide being a sheltered waterway close to the sea has developed an outstanding marina which is home to many luxury boats, large and small, sail and power.

Luxury apartments overlook the marina which is less than 5 minutes walk from New Street.

On a sunny day find a cafe overlooking the marina and enjoy a coffee whilst watching the activity on the marina.

For more information on the marina visit: www.malahidemarina.net/

Town of flowers

by ZiOOlek

Malahide is a town with colourfull flowers in wondows and on balconies.:) It is just great to walk and have a look at walls of houses as almost every house has its flowers. It seems like habitants of the town take part in a competition for the most flowerful house.:D

Malahide Golf Club

by lbhspatriot

Malahide Golf Club is an enjoyable place for golf maniacs and their families. It is located between Malahide and Portmarnock, two beautifull seaside towns of County Dublin and is well accessible by the M50. It is also easy to get to by public transport (which is great for everyone who didn't bother to rent a car - just like me :) ).

This Golf course consist of 27 holes of different difficulties (parkland, water, trees) and is one of the oldest golf clubs in Ireland.
If you are not a fan of golf, but your second half is - you can enjoy your stay in the clubhouse restaurant which is overlooking the course and be served delicious meals, or just a drink. It is a nice place to stay since, the clubhouse has wonderfull views on Dublin, Howth and the mountains.

The club is stocked with buggies, caddy-hire and other equipment, so you don't have to worry about anything, just enjoy your day!


by MalenaN

Howth is not an off the beaten path place, but it is not in Malahide.
Howth is a pretty fishing and yachting port, about 15 km north-east of Dublin city centre. The little town lies on the north side of Howth Head, with steep winding streets going uphill from the harbour.

It is a popular daytrip from Dublin as it is a nice place to walk around in. You can walk around in the town and harbour and you can choose to make longer walks on paths around Howth Head. From the Summit you will get great views over Dublin Bay and all way to Wicklow Mountains (if the weather is nice).

Howth is a fishing centre so you will find fresh local catches on the menus in the restaurants and cafes.

Malahide and Howth can be visited on the same daytrip.


by ZiOOlek

Ammonite is a public sculpture for Malahide Marina. The Ammonite at Malahide, the female sea entity represented by the Fisher is holding the spiral form of an ammonite shell, the ammonite having become extinct by the end of the Cretaceous period.


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