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Gjafaverslun
“A magnificent medieval castle with a dramatic 800-year heritage. Setting down roots in the medieval era, generations of the Talbot family called Malahide Castle home. Hear their stories, see the rooms where they lived and explore the surrounding 260 acres of lush parkland. A magnificent fortress with a long and dramatic history. King Henry II gifted Richard Talbot the lands and harbour of Malahide for his services to the crown in 1185. From that point on, the Talbot family became intertwined with Malahide’s history and development. Discover the political and social upheavals that shaped the castle and the Talbot family over the course of centuries. The original stronghold built on the lands was a wooden fortress but this was eventually superseded by a stone structure on the site of the current Malahide Castle. Over the centuries, rooms and fortifications were added, modified and strengthened until the castle took on its current form. The Talbots are reputed to have been a diplomatic family and during the eight centuries between 1185 and the 1970s, their tenure at Malahide Castle was broken for only a brief interlude between 1649 and 1660 when their lands were seized by Cromwellian soldiers and the castle was occupied by Myles Corbet, Lord Chief Baron of Ireland. The final Baron de Malahide, Lord Milo Talbot, lived in the castle until his death in 1973. His sister Rose inherited the estate and subsequently sold it to the Irish State in 1975. Since then, Malahide Castle has continued to play an important part in Ireland’s political and social landscape, hosting international leaders and summits, and welcoming thousands of local and international visitors each year.”
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Entertainment
“Good atmosphere, very old pub, very popular, live music at weekends, pub grub.”
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Bus Station
“One of my favourite locations. The castle does tours 7 days a week. The grounds are beautiful to walk in and Avoca shop has fabulous food, restaurants and playground ”
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Gjafaverslun
“Located in Malahide Castle just a few minutes away from the Lodge if great for Breakfast and Lunch they also have a have a Deli ”
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Veitingahús
“Great Thai Food & Cocktails. Excellent lunch & early bird menu also available.”
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Transportation
“If you fancy a trip into the city take the DART (local train) just a 25 minute journey ,a return ticket is around €6 to get there you can walk through Malahide Castle to the Station takes about 20 minutes or if you prefer drive and park in the station its €4.50 for all day parking”
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Establishment
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Franskur veitingastaður
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“Amazing Food. Great for wine and tapas. The chef there Oliver Dunne is incredible. ”
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Veitingahús
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Veitingahús
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Bar
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Veitingahús
“We have created “Scotch Bonnet Urban Cafe” to bring back the fun and enjoyment of eating out. We ourselves enjoy socialising and having fun with our friends and family. ”
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Veitingahús
“Opened in 2004, Jaipur Malahide has become a firm favourite with the locals in Malahide. Serving a wide variety of Indian cuisine using the freshest of local ingredients and Indian spices..”
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Kaffihús
“A busy eatery in the very heart of Malahide, Provence follows the simple philosophy of “Good, Honest, Home cooking” It has for many years been Malahide’s most popular choice for daytime dining.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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“Supervalue is one the local supermarkets located in the village centre here you can pick up all necessary provisions”
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Lodging
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