Roganstown is a great location for people looking to explore Dublin City and all it has to offer, from Galleries and Museums during the day, to the bars restaurants and clubs that make up the cities legendary nightlife. Our local towns and villages of Howth, Malahide and Portmarnock also make for some great days , and nights, out. We’ve listed some of the best attractions below for you.
The home of Ireland’s most well known drink and also the most visited tourist attraction in the country, a stop at the Guinness Storehouse for a pint of the ‘black stuff’ is on the to-do-list of nearly every visitor to our shores. Learn about the history of the company, how Guinness is made, and how to pour the perfect pint and at the end enjoy panoramic views of the city with a pint in hand.
Malahide Castle & Gardens
Set on 250 acres of mature parkland, the magnificent 800 year old Malahide Castle forms the centrepiece to one of Dublin’s great days out. Explore the castle and many gardens and parks, butterfly houses and fairy trails. Have lunch in the Avoca Cafe or bring a picnic from the hotel to enjoy on the West lawn.
The pretty seaside village of Howth is the jewel in the crown of North County Dublin. Fish and Chips on the pier, cliff walks over Howth Head, boat trips and farmers markets… something for everyone, and that’s before we mention that its a foodie paradise as well!
Follow in the footsteps of the founding fathers of Jameson on the only tour of the original Jameson distillery in Dublin. A constant presence in Dublin since 1780, you will enjoy a serving of heritage and history on the definitive Jameson tour experience – stories, craic, a comparative whiskey tasting and of course, a Jameson drink in the exact spot where it all began.
Trinity College and National Gallery
The National Gallery of Ireland houses the national collection of Irish and European art. Located in the centre of Dublin on Merrion Square its a great spot to start your tour of Dublin. Trinity College, home to the Book of Kells is just around the corner, with the choice of Temple Bar or Grafton Street for lunch.