Redbank Guest House Dublin

6-7 Church Street, Skerries, County Dublin, Ireland
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Road Races

by Musquy


(Also posted in Co. Dublin forum, as I wasn't sure Skerries would be listed separately - & didn't look; first indication of need for advice!)
I fancy going to the Skerries motorcycle races in 2006. I'm a veteran of the IOM TT and have heard good things about the Skerries.
I'll be using public transport, rather than a bike. I understand it's possible to do this by Ferry from Holyhead, then train from Dun Laoghaire, and to fit this into a (long) day. I'd prefer to make a weekend of it. Any advice re accommodation and transport links? Does everything get booked up early? Is camping an option, and if so where?

Any advice would be welcome. Thanks

RE: Road Races

by Buckz

Yes you can get to Skerries by Public transport. For accomodation, and other information you should look at some of the Motor racing sites, Motorsport Ireland have a list of relevant sites, or post a few questions on Ten tenths.com. If you get no joy from the bike section, try the marshals section, most of these events have visiting marshals, and marshals are very good at getting each other sorted.
And yes, there is usually great racing, though street/road circuits are not my scene, I prefer circuits with BIG run offs and gravel traps.
Camping is a last resort option only.
If you have no joy, come back to me and I will try to find you a few links.

Travel Tips for Skerries

Skerries Harbour

by Nobbe

The harbour is a major landing port for Dublin bay prawns and in season is a hive of activity. A large colony of grey seals resides in and around the harbour, also the location of the sailing club and several of the town's restaurants and pubs.

Ardgillan Castle

by Nobbe

Not far from Skerries you can find Ardgillan Castle. Although referred to as a Castle, the residence at Ardgillan is a large country-style house with castellated embellishments. Originally named "Prospect", the central section was built in 1738 by Robert Taylor, with the west and east wings added in the late 1700's.

Initially the site was heavily wooded, the name Ardgillan being derived from the Irish "Ard Choill" meaning High Wood. It was cleared by out-of-service soldiers and itinerant workers in return for one penny a day, sleeping accommodation and one meal.

Skerries Ireland

by adeleog

"My Home Town - Skerries"

Skerries is situated 18 miles north of Dublin city. And what can I say.... it is a fantastic place to live. The population is just over 9,000 but the town has a real community feel to it. There are sports clubs galore. Pubs and restaurants are great - Try Stoop your Head on the Harbour for fantastic seafood. And on a good summer's day there is the beach which is a mile long and really safe for kids. The town is steeped in history and is a great place to spend the day.

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Address: 6-7 Church Street, Skerries, County Dublin, Ireland