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Killruddery House & Gardens

318 Reviews
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Killruddery House & Gardens

318 Reviews
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Kilruddery Estate Southern Cross Road, Bray Ireland
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Guided Coastal Walk - Greystones to Bray
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Guided Coastal Walk - Greystones to Bray

This is a unique but very popular walk for Irish people in both Dublin and Wicklow. It is a beautiful walk where you can enjoy the sea breeze while looking across Dublin bay and other parts of Ireland's coastline. The towns of both Greystones and Bray are wonderful examples of Irish coastal villages and there are plenty to eat and drink after your walk. <br>Your Guide will be able to tell you the history of the Vikings in Ireland, the Victorian influence in these areas and why these towns became very popular holiday destinations in the 19th century Ireland.
US$58.10 per adult
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Louise wrote a review Oct 2020
Greystones, Ireland62 contributions4 helpful votes
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This is a beautiful place with something to suit everyone - gentle walks in magnificent gardens, different varieties of hens to entertain you, three litters of bonhams which are highly entertaining, a quiet contemplative space away from it all and loads of space, lengthy walks and fun activities. There is a wonderful farmers'market on a Saturday with a lot of local produce. The Grainstore Cafe and Farm Shop are accessible any time at weekdays and weekends. For a small graduated annual fee, depending on level of access you wish, you can access magnificent walled gardens, get access to concerts, gourmet cuisine and suppers. The higher the tariff the greater the privileges conferred. It is worth every cent for its grandeur, beauty and accessibility. Within the grounds of the House is another cafe. Their soup is just fantastic! Enjoy!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Barry wrote a review Oct 2020
14 contributions4 helpful votes
We have had an annual membership for a few of years and would highly recommend it. It’s a beautiful place to spend an afternoon with kids and and enjoy the stunning scenery
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Paulo wrote a review Sep 2020
Dublin, Ireland2 contributions
Beautiful place, lovely fire, good, reasonably priced food. Understaffed unfortunately. Love going here but usually takes 10-15 minutes just to be seated as the girls (no male waiters I can see) are rushed off their feet. Once I got a take away and she was just too busy to give me a paper bag. However, they are friendly. I'd suggest the management fish out few some extra hands on deck and that would propel this place into the perfect spot.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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silverfox711 wrote a review Sep 2020
Stillorgan, Ireland384 contributions173 helpful votes
We only spent a few hours in this place but one could spend a whole day exploring the gardens, the walks, the animals & the house itself. We didn't have time to do the house tour but the gardens, the walks, the birds & the animals were simply amazing. There is a choice of coffee shops & good quality food available at different locations. There is also a lovely shop with everything from coffee beans to cloaks. The staff are very friendly & helpful & significantly, there is very adequate parking. I would recommend it as a great place for a whole family day out. Everything is good about it.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Darren’s Discoveries wrote a review Sep 2020
Dublin, Ireland29 contributions20 helpful votes
This place is a complete joke! Looks like someone opened their garden and said “hey, let’s charge people to see NOTHING” A complete rip off, there is absolutely nothing here worth talking about, the gardens are absolute crap that take 5 mins to walk around!! this seems like a place where the rich people from the area take their frankly ill mannered children to tire them out in a cramped play area surrounded by depressed looking hens in filthy enclosures. €26 for 3 people to walk around? A disgrace! Coffee for 3 people, €12:50? For a tall? Outrageous!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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