Quintessential Seaside Irish Cottage, Howth

Howth Harbour/Marina
Howth Harbour/MarinaHowth CastleBalscadden, HowthThe AbbeyDeer Park Golf CourseMartello TowerHowth Yacth ClubMain Street, HowthGolf Course at Deer ParkHowth PlaygroundHowth ice cream parlourHowth Hill

From $113 / night

St. Peters Terrace, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Quintessential Seaside Irish Cottage, Howth
3 bedrooms
8 guests
7 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 8
Type: Cottage
Per week: €850
Per month: €3,200
Pets allowed: No
Internet: No
Description of the Dublin vacation cottage rental
This fully renovated/ totally refurbished & extended cottage comes to the market in excellent condition & with all mod cons.
A fully fitted kitchen/microwave/washer&dryer, TV room with a Plasma screen & full cable & hard wood floors throughout.
Sun Patio with fully landscaped gardens at the front and back of the property. with magnificent views of Howth harbor & the bay from the garden.
Off street parking, which is essential in Howth.
Utilities/Linens/towels all provided & included in the price.
This modernised & tastefully furnished & decorated cottage will charm you from the moment you step over the threshold!
Property renovation complete end of June 2011, photos of property will posted then.

Nicola mccormack

Area Information
Howth--Howth / Binn Eadair is a vibrant and beautiful fishing village situated on the scenic Howth Peninsula. As well as the locals Howth plays host to captivated visitors all year round. Howth is situated just 10 miles north of Dublin city center and 5 miles from Dublin airport.
The Howth Peninsula with its picturesque harbour and lighthouses, beaches, golf courses,walks, martello towers and portal tomb possesses some of the finest scenery in Ireland with magnificent panoramas over Dublin Bay.
Golf, boat trips, sailing, hiking, coastal walks are all available on your door step.
'The finest view west of Naples' ­ is how H.G. Wells described the vista enjoyed from the Ben of Howth looking southward along Ireland's east coast.
Ireland's Eye empty and solitary with its everchanging hues guards the entrance to the harbour.--Howth takes its name from the Norse hofuth meaning a head which the Danes christened the area. The earlier gaelic name Binn Eadair translates as the hill of Edar a chieftain of The Tuatha De Danaan Ireland's legendary people. ---Originally an island the isthmus at Sutton Cross joined Howth to the mainland giving us Howth Peninsula. Howth (pronounced as in both) is a place where the past meets the present, mixing its history and legend with the vibrancy and originality of today. --Its an ideal place to come and stay or visit for a day trip. Howth's leisurely ambience, wonderful scenery, friendly people and charming restaurants and bars ensure you'll be back to visit us once more.
At its heart is Howth harbour with its fishing trawlers and yachting marina managed by Howth Yacht Cluc. The village is just a short step away up Abbey Street. --Howth is best discovered on foot and the waterfront and piers are a good starting point on your exploration of the area. They afford a great view of the enchanting Ireland's Eye offshore and of the village itself-if you can drag yourself away from the many fishmongers dotted along the way.

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Weekly Monthly Min
Jul 01 2016 Dec 31 2017 - - €850 €3,200 1 Week
Check In: 12 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Deposits: A deposit of 200 Euro is due at booking & this will be refunded to you after checkout.
Payment Options: PayPal
Other Fees: 50% of the rental fee is due at booking (this is no refundable should you cancel) & the balance is due the week before your arrival date.
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