Come out of Biscayne House and walk one minute to the seafront and there are two Islands clearly visible from the Coast Road and the beaches, Ireland’s Eye and Lambay Island. Take a walk up Paddy’s Hill behind Biscayne House and you’ll witness a beautiful panoramic view.
Between 1804 and 1812 a chain of Martello Towers were constructed in Ireland, England and the Channel Islands to defend the coastlines against the sea attacks by the forces of Napoleon Bonaparte. The first floor was dedicated to storage of ammunition and provisions....
When you come out of Biscayne House, walk down to the seafront and there lies Malahide Beach. Across the water on the other side of the entrance to the estuary is the peninsula which is home to the Island Golf Club, founded in 1887. Prior to a new road being built in 1973....
“The most important thing for a B & B is to meet your expectations and Biscayne House has far exceeded them by far.
Staff makes you feel at home.
Great value for money.”
Alfonso Sanz – Madrid – Spain
Very nice B&B
Reviewed 23 February 2008
We stayed at Biscayne House 2 nights in May 2007 in a double room, really liked the property, the owners were very nice. The room was VERY clean and comfortable, we had one continental and one Irish breakfast, both were very good.
The B&B is situated some 15 minutes on foot to Malahide Village, on a side street of the panoramic Coast Road, very nice if you want to escape from the city stress.
We definitely recommend this B&B. Prices were within the average for accomodation in Dublin.
Simply the best
Reviewed 31 May 2009
Excellent location both to the beach and the town.
Beautiful, comfortable rooms with en-suite.
Very reasonable rates.
Delicious breakfast and A+ hospitality.
I wouldn’t go anyplace else.
Reviewed 14 May 2010
Lovely clean comfortable room Owners were extremely helpful and went out of their way to make us feel at home.
The area is beautiful and it has some excellent restaurants
Nice quiet relaxing home
Reviewed 1 June 2010
I was at a conference in Malahide and stayed at Biscayne House I found it to be very clean, nice and quiet and the lady of the house was extremely helpful
Friendly welcoming owners
Reviewed 7 July 2010
A very nice welcome and helpful B&B – There were four of us from Australia on a World trip and we had been recommended by family members to stay in Malahide and in Biscayne House in particular – We had a lovely 3 nights in Malahide we had planned further exploration of Ireland but enjoyed Malahide so much we decided to come back for another 2 nights before we departed for Scotland. The owners were very warm people and on the 2nd last day it was raining and the lady of the house Wannipa from Thailand drove us to the village and offered to collect us when it was time to come home.
Reviewed 27 May 2012
Based in the eastern outskirts of Malahide, Biscayne House is a super b and b and I had a very enjoyable stay. The host was friendly and the facilities excellent and clean. The beach is also a thirty second walk away and Malahide is a very nice town. A good, out of city base for touring in and around Dublin. I stayed in July 2010.
Reviewed 24 May 2013
I travelled to Ireland with my Partner in April 2013 nd stayed at Biscayne House for two nights. We liked the family and the area so much we decided to return to Biscayne House for our last night.
For sure we will be coming back to Malahide and Bscayne House.
Our first night in Ireland
Reviewed 4 June 2013
Our first night of 15 in Ireland -from Canada- was a great indication of things to come, and the generally pleasant B&B industry in Ireland. The Biscayne house was easy to find, just a minute walk to beach.
The host family was helpful with advice about the community, calling us a cab, and accommodating our dietary requests. The host family were a bit to themselves, leaving us to our privacy. Some may prefer more talkative, we liked the privacy.
A lovely place to stay.
Lovely Place Lovely People
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
A home from home!
Owners couldn’t have been more helpful to my wife and I.
Beautiful scenery and enjoyable walks nearby.
We had a particular interest in the Martello Towers in the area of which there are three within walking distance of the B&B all over looking Lambay Island and Ireland’s Eye.
The Village has everything to satisfy the tourist’s needs from shopping to dining and a few good old Irish Pubs.