Hotels in Malahide – Recent developments in Malahide has brought a few mid range and luxury hotels into the district, and being just a few choices, these hotels provides irresistible staying offers with lavishly decorated large and cosy rooms, superb amenities coupled with magnificent architectural designs. Some hotels even provides on call doctors since Malahide is quite far from town centre. Staying in these lavish hotels is a one-of-a-kind experience, where you'll be treated as a noblemen, and the scenery outside these accommodations are simply superb because many of the hotels are located facing the sea.
Malahide – Malahide is a coastal suburban town near Dublin city. It has a village-like centre and extensive residential areas to the south, west and to the northwest. In Malahide village, there are extensive retail facilities and services including fashion boutiques, hair and beauty salons, florists, food outlets, and a small shopping centre. Traditional shops and several cobble-lock side streets give the village an intimate and welcoming feel. There are also broad ranges of pubs within the village. There is an old well, believed to be dug during medieval times, and known as the Saint Sylvester's well. The well was closed for along time and now stays just as a landmark and as an attraction site.
As you wander outside this village, you'll find the Malahide Castle and Demesne, including surrounding gardens, which were once the estate of Baron Talbot of Malahide. The castle, parts of which dated back to 12th century, lies together with over 260 acres of remaining estate parkland. It's open to public as a tourist attraction run by Dublin Tourism. Visiting Malahide is never complete without a visit to the castle of it's once ruler of the county. Apart from that, you can also visit the Museum of Childhood and Tara's Palace where a miniaturised structure of Ireland's many architectural wonders put to display.