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 only way to get to the Course was by ferry from the village. The Malahide Marina can also be seen from this part of the beach.
To the right are two well known areas for swimming called High Rock and Low Rock. During the summer months you’ll find many people swimming and fishing in both of these spots. While there are a handful of more hardy individuals who manage to find the courage to go in for a dip everyday of the year regardless of the weather.
The Velvet Strand
When you come out of Biscayne House, walk down to the sea front, turn right and this will take you on a beautiful scenic walk towards Portmarnock.
After approximately 1.5 KMS, emerging from the sand dunes, the broad expanse of Portmarnock Beach comes into view. It is the only beach in Europe with a perfectly flat 5- kilometre long stretch of hard-packed fine sand. The name, The a Velvet Strand, originates from the fineness and smoothness of the sand to be found there. The sand dunes are an important natural feature and habitat.
Biscayne House Details
Biscayne House Bed & Breakfast 57 Biscayne, Coast Road, Malahide, County Dublin.
Biscayne House is located just outside the picturesque village of Malahide, north of Dublin city. The Business was established in 1997 and is owned and managed by Roger and Wannipa Geraghty.
The combination of Irish and Thai nationality ensures that every guest receives a very warm welcome and a pleasant stay.
There are lovely views overlooking the Irish sea at the front.
Convenient to Malahide Castle, scenic walks, fishing, swimming, sailing amenities, sandy beaches, sports clubs and there are several excellent pubs and restaurants within walking distance.
Getting to Biscayne House and Malahide
Biscayne House B&B is just 10 minutes drive from Dublin Airport.
There is a bus service to and from Dublin Airport – Number 102
The Timetable can be viewed at – www.dublinbus.ie
The bus service from the airport costs €2.50 per person.
There is a local Taxi service available to any destination and early Airport runs.
Taxis to and from the Airport cost approximately €20.
The number 32 is the best bus to take when travelling from Dublin City to Biscayne House.
The bus leaves from Lower Abbey Street in the city centre approximately every forty five minutes.
The bus stop is 100 metres from Biscayne House.
The bus fare to and from the city is €2.80 each way
There is also a rail service to and from the city centre in the centre of the village.
Travelling by bus from Dublin Airport to Biscayne House, take the number 102 all the way to Malahide and stay on the bus through the village and up the coast road. Get off at the 2nd Bus Stop after Oscar Taylor’s Steak House and the Island View Hotel.
When you get off the bus walk back 100 metres towards Malahide and the entrance to Biscayne is across the road.
You’ll see the finger post sign for Biscayne House and we are number 57 up on the corner.
Travelling by car, go through Malahide village and up the Coast Road. Take the second turn right after Oscar Taylor’s Steak House and the Island View Hotel. At the turn into Biscayne, you’ll see a finger post sign saying “Biscayne House keep left” and we are number 57 up on the corner.
Any problems ring us at 01-8541459 or 086-2316478
Roger & Wannipa Geraghty