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Howth Castle

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Walk Through the Grounds

Howth Castle grounds provide a beautiful spot for a walk up the driveway, past the castle and up to Deer Park Golf and the Café Bar. You can follow signs which will direct you from the side of the Café Bar which lead all the way through to the historical site of Aideen's Grave.  This path also brings you past the magnificent Rhododendron Gardens which you will find in full bloom for most of May and June. 

Film Hire

Howth Castle is available for film hire. If you would like more information or to meet one of the team, please email us here at info@howthcastle.ie 

Guided Tours

We are also running a limited number of guided tours again. You can join our resident Historian Daniel Eglington-Carey at Howth Castle for an hour-long walk through the interior castle and its surrounding gardens . For more information click on the link below.

Historical Walking Tour

 

It is also possible to have a guided tour of the inside as an add-on to a Howth Castle Cookery School Corporate Hire, Private or Team Building Event. For more information on this email info@howthcastlecookeryschool.ie

 

Getting to Howth

From Dublin Airport:

Exit at M50 following signpost to Malahide. Follow R139 through Baldoyle to R809. Joining the Coast road R106, then left on R105 to Howth.

By Car:

From Dublin City Centre, head east on North Quays, continuing onto Amiens Street and along North Strand Road to Fairview. Continue straight along R105 coast road through Clontarf Road towards Sutton Cross and then straight on to Howth.

By Bus:

No.6 and H3 from Dublin City Centre
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By Dart:

30 minutes from Dublin City Centre heading north, to Howth.
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