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The picturesque harbour town of Skerries is perhaps best known for the series of islands that reside in the waters just off its coast. Over the centuries, Skerries has seen attacks by the Vikings, the rise and fall of a great monastery and, so the legend goes, the arrival of St. Patrick. It is now, luckily for us, simply a rather wonderful seaside town.
Although there is just one hotel in the town itself, Skerries does offer several wonderful bed and breakfasts. Being located so close to Dublin, if you want to broaden your options, you’ll find there are also many other places to stay in the area, from guesthouses to self-catering accommodation and campsites.
Although Skerries has only one hotel, you won’t be disappointed. The RedBank House is situated in what was once the town’s bank. You can enjoy its award-winning restaurant and unbeatable hospitality. The hotel has that personal touch, just as you would expect from a family-run business.
While this is the only hotel in Skerries, there is no shortage of accommodation nearby, as well as bed and breakfasts in the town itself.
Enjoy a spotless room for the night, and a freshly cooked breakfast to set yourself up for the day, in one of Skerries’ bed and breakfasts.
Choose a centrally located B&B to be close to the local shops and eateries, opt for one on the harbour side for views of the evocative islands off Skerries’ coast or take a guesthouse slightly further inland and stay in a traditional farmhouse or country cottage. With bed and breakfasts in Skerries catering to a wide selection of budgets, you’re sure to find a great place to stay. County Dublin is so quiet around Skerries that you’ll have nothing to disturb your slumber here except the sound of the wind in the trees.
Get up close and personal with the Irish countryside by heading to a local campsite. For a campsite close to Skerries, head down the coast to the nearby town of Rush. Located on the white sands of the beach, the caravan park here is a perfect spot to enjoy the Irish countryside and coast.
As a popular commuter town, booking accommodation in Skerries is an excellent way to soak up a bit of small town Irish culture while you’re visiting Dublin for work. Take it easy in rural County Dublin, knowing you’ll have no problems heading into Dublin for the next day’s business.
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