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Established in 1971, Aidan and Joan MacManus have earned an international reputation for fresh seafood in their harbour-side restaurant in the picturesque fishing village of Howth. In 1999, they extensively rebuilt their old Harbour Master's house, relocating the restaurant to the first floor with panoramic seaviews, and adding eight guest bedrooms. All the bedrooms are named after Lighthouses and have sea-views. DINING Fresh fish landed daily on Howth Pier, oysters and mussels from the west, lobster caught by our own fishermen in Balscadden Bay are among our specialities. Enjoy a pre-dinner drink in our East Cafe Bar while choosing your wine from our outstanding Wine List. National Hospitality Awards Best Seafood Restaurant 2014. We are situated in the golfing heartland of North County Dublin and for sailors Howth Marina is three minutes walk. Enjoy a gentle stroll on the Pier before breakfast or a more energetic hike on the unspoilt Cliff Path and the trails of Howth Head. For business, shopping or sightseeing, Dublin City is only 25 minutes by Dart. Dublin Airport 25 minutes.
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It was a stormy weekend but inside our penthouse room was a calm spacious retreat from the rain, listening to the sound of the ocean as we went to sleep and waking up to a beautiful bright morning and seals bobbing in the bay. The...More
By far, the best meal I’ve ever had.
I tried lobster there for the first time, it was astonishing.
Loved the staff, they are always present but they are’t overwhelming.
In the end they invited me to go at the kitchen to meet the cooking...More
We were at the end of our 12-day trip to Ireland and stayed here the night before heading out the airport. It was perfect. I only wish we'd had a day to walk the cliff paths and maybe see the radio museum at the top...More
This is a really comfortable place that's the downstairs restaurant of King Sitric. The setting is very casual, a mix of young and older locals and folks from all over the world. Set just steps from Howth Harbour this place has the freshest of fresh...More
Where do I start...from the moment I checked in (which was after 10pm) I was greated with the best hospitality .when I asked about been to late for food I was told the best that could be done for me was a crab sandwich seriously...More
Response from kingsitric | Property representative |
Many thanks for your inquiry. We are about 25 minutes from the airport. A taxi at that time would cost between €30 and €40. Then you can either get a direct bus from Dublin city centre or a bus from Sutton dart... More
Many thanks for your inquiry. We are about 25 minutes from the airport. A taxi at that time would cost between €30 and €40. Then you can either get a direct bus from Dublin city centre or a bus from Sutton dart station, both would take an hour to an hour and a half. Hope this helps