The picturesque village of Malahide has long been a destination for shoppers and day-trippers alike. Spend a lazy day exploring the many boutiques and local gourmet food shops in the village followed by lunch in one of the fine coffee shops. Take a stroll around the marina and have an ice cream at the village green. When the sun goes down, treat yourself to the finest of cuisine at Bon Appetit or Old Street, followed by a few drinks in Gibneys or Gilbert & Wrights. Alternatively, pick up some food and wine at Donnybrook Fair or Old Street Artisan Grocer and turn a night at home into something really special – anything is possible in this great location.
Wide open spaces to explore
Residents of Seamount Rise will benefit from an adjoining new 13-acre park with a playground. The majestic views of Paddy’s Hill & Robswall Park are a short stroll away and forms part of just one of the many scenic walks around Malahide linking Seamount Rise Residents to the beach, Coast Road, village and beyond.
Just ten minutes’ walk away on The Back Road is Malahide Castle & Gardens, home to botanical gardens, par 3 golf course, international cricket ground, tennis courts, magical fairy trail and Avoca Handweavers and Café.
The new 1.8km Portmarnock to Baldoyle Greenway has recently opened, the first phase of the Sutton to Malahide Greenway Scheme. The Greenway is just a 12 min cycle away and Fingal County Council have also approved the Broadmeadow Greenway which will link Malahide to Donabate.