Malahide, Ireland Bed & Breakfasts
All modern rooms in Evergreen are spacious with en-suite bathrooms and have recently been refurbished. Evergreen is located on its own mature gardens and is the perfect base for visiting the top Dublin Tourist attraction Malahide castle, Malahide village, Dublin city centre and those wanting to be close to Dublin airport. This beautiful award winn
ing property provides the perfect base for guests looking to:
Visit Dublin City Centre (by public transport - Bus and DART)
Visit Malahide Castle (500m away)
Visit Malahide village (2km away)
Visit the fishing town of Howth
Travel to the Wicklow Mountains, Powerscourt and Glendalough
Take a trip to Newgrange (pre-historic Passage Tombs)
Dublin Airport (10 minute drive)
Evergreen is an award winning, family run b&b
. At Evergreen, there are no hidden extras. From €35 per person you can enjoy top class accommodation, a freshly cooked breakfast, tea and coffee on arrival and free private parking.
Double room en-suite.
Twin room en-suite.
Family room en-suite (one double bed, two single beds).
Adjoining Suite (two rooms joined by and internal door, sharing an en-site bathroom, with a double bed and two singles beds).
500 metres from Malahide Castle (leading tourist attraction)
2 kilometres from Malahide Village (with DART and Bus to city centre)
12 kilometres from Dublin City Centre
6 kilometres from Dublin Airport
10 kilometres from the Ferry
Howth (15 minute drive)
Newgrange Pre-historic Passage Tomb (40 minute drive)
Wicklow mountains, Glendalough and Powerscourt (40 minute drive)
Policies & Restrictions
No smoking rooms, sorry no pets allowed
Rates & Availability
Low season - €35 per person sharing per night.
High season - €38 per person sharing per night.
Child discount - 33% reduction
Malahide is a picturesque seaside village. This pretty Marine village with its beautiful hanging flower baskets and traditional shop fronts, offers visitors a whole host of places to eat including everything from a Michelin star restaurant to traditional Irish pub grub. Malahide village boasts exclusive clothing boutiques, shoe shops, craft shops, coffee shops and a farmers market on Saturday mornings. There are buses, trains and DART's from Malahide to Dublin city centre.
From Dublin Airport
When you leave Dublin Airport terminal you go through a small roundabout, approaching the next roundabout keep left and take the R132 for Swords. Go straight through the next two roundabouts, heading for Belfast N1. At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit R106 heading for Malahide. On this road you go straight through another roundabout till the end of the road - T Junction. Turn right heading for Dublin R107, take the first turn on the left, back road heading for Kinsaly Lane, this turn is signposted and is just after Garden Works (a garden centre with thatched roof and Insomnia coffee shop) - Evergreen B & B is 500M down this road on the right.
From the M50 Motorway
There is a ring road around Dublin called the M50, head northbound on this road past the airport and take the extension N32 for Malahide. Once on the N32 you go straight through a small roundabout and keep going till the exit for Malahide R107. At this junction you will see a large Tesco Supermarket on your right. You are turning left heading for Malahide on the R107. After three sets of traffic lights take the next turn right, back road heading for the main entrance to Malahide castle. Take the second turn on the right Kinsaley Lane, this turn is just after Garden Works (a garden centre with thatched roof and Insomnia coffee shop). Evergreen is 500m on the right.