THE REDBANK

Guesthouse

 

ABOUT

4-star guesthouse in Skerries 

These new individually decorated en-suite rooms offer a genuine welcome and a promise of comfort and relaxation in tranquil and pleasant surroundings. At the Redbank, all rooms have a desk and are equipped with a private bathroom and free toiletries. The units in The Redbank are fitted with a flat-screen TV and ironing facilities are available. Continental and Irish breakfast options are available every morning at the accommodation. The RedBank House is a great choice for a stay in Skerries.

 

Dublin Airport is located 25 minutes drive away and the M1 motorway is 15 minutes away by car. Balbriggan is a 10- minute drive away and Dublin city center is 30 minutes drive. Skerries train station is just a few hundred meters away.

 

OUR ROOMS

Our rooms have a private bathroom with a power shower and luxury Gilchrist & Soames toiletries. It features soft cotton duvet covers.

The majority of our rates do include breakfast.

 

 SERVICES & AMENITIES

Breakfast

Garden

Private Bathroom

Free Wifi

Daily Housekeeping

Satellite TV

Non-smoking

Late Check-Out

Ironing facilities

 

GALLERY

 

THINGS TO DO

GOLF

 

The area is particularly rich in Golf Courses. In fact, some are amongst the most famous links courses in the world have hosted the Irish Open. Portmarnock and Co Louth are amongst the elite.

Many courses are private and so tee times can be difficult to get at times when the tees are reserved for the member's competitions. At the Redbank we play golf and have an expertise in course availability, why not let us try and book tee time for you.

SAILING

 

North County Dublin is ideal for the sailor interested in cruising this scenic stretch of coastline. There are Marinas in Howth & Malahide.
 

Skerries Sailing Club in the harbor has sailing races every Wednesday 

evening at 7.00 PM and Saturday 

afternoons at 2.30 PM. 

 

Sunday mornings at 10.00 AM. It is a wonderful sight to see the fleet of sailing boats setting out or returning to their moorings.

COASTAL

 

There is much to be observed on a ramble along the Skerries seashore.

On the South Strand there is an Wild Bird Information Point where the Mill Brook flows into the sea. There are illustrations of the most common of the seabirds which can be expected such as Shags; Shelducks; Purple Sandpipers ; Turnstones; Ringed Pluver; Cerlew; Redshanks; Short-eared Owls; Mallards; Roseate Tern; Brent Geese; Red- breasted Merganser ; Greylag Geese to name some listed on the sign.

GUEST REVIEW

The location of this hotel was great! Near the docks, restaurants, shops and bars. Very clean and the staff was great!

Deirdre -USA

 
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