Staycation in Dublin

As a result of the pandemic we have been spending more of our precious holiday time exploring our own country and the term “staycation” has entered our vocabulary over the last 16 months. Which isn’t a bad thing as how many times have we said to ourselves that we don’t take the time to explore our own country! Aside from our brewery tours there are so many things to do around North Dublin that you should be part of your next staycation or day trip.

Call us biased but we can’t recommend enough Mark McHale’s Hidden Howth Experiences. Getting the locals’ knowledge and insights of what to see and do, as well as where to dine and drink, can give you amazing experiences off the beaten track and away from the busy, well-known tourist spots. Mark’s tours provide just that and he has three to choose from: Craft Beer & Seafood Trail, Hidden Howth Experience and Ancient Village Adventure.

For another truly unique experience a few hours foraging around Howth head with Nicole Dunne is a must! Nicole was born and raised in Howth and her philosophy is that nature provides us with more than just vegetables as a food source, there is health and healing all around us, it’s just a matter of knowing what’s what for a more sustainable and thriving life. Get in touch with her on her Facebook page.

For all you foodies, Howth Cookery School offers small sized cooking classes with a wide range of cooking courses from Vegan to Indian Cuisine, seasonal classes and baking classes. As well as having a wide range of classes on offer, we also boast a large and beautifully proportioned kitchen with classes led by professional chefs who are keen to share their passion and knowledge about food.

Howth Cookery School

Fancy a hiking tour around part of the Dublin Bay UNESCO Biosphere or a panoramic ebike tour taking in some of the best views on the East coast of Ireland or coastal walk around the gem that is Howth? Shane’s Howth Adventures have them all!

Howth Tours

Clayton Hotels have put together a four day itinerary of our fair city with lots of suggestions you mightn’t have heard of or considered with something for foodies, adventurers and history buffs.

Hope Beer

Hope Beer

Hope produces a core range of five beer which are available all year round as well as two seasonals and a wide range of limited-edition beers. All Hope beers are brewed, bottled, canned and kegged at Howth Junction on Dublin’s Northside See less

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