Situated approximately 9 miles to the north of the Irish capital city of Dublin is the tranquil suburb of Malahide. Some of the best features of a Malahide holiday is the fact that many rental properties look out onto the beautiful Broadmeadow Estuary, making it a popular destination for those who love being close to all things natural. A Malahide holiday rental apartment not only lends itself to stunning views of the surrounding area, it also comes equipped with all of the amenities you could possibly need to ensure that your stay in the suburb is as hassle-free as possible.
A Malahide holiday is the perfect choice for those travellers who want a seafront holiday as many properties overlook the beautiful Malahide Harbour and onto the Broadmeadow Estuary. There are plenty of water-based activities to keep visitors busy for the duration of their trip including the likes of swimming, water skiing, sailing, surfing and bay fishing. Other activities that are widely accessible in the suburb include horse riding, golf, tennis, walking and cycling.
If you have hired a car whilst on your Malahide holiday then there are some wonderful places that you can explore on a day trip away from the suburb. This includes the village of Enniskerry which is approximately 45 minutes away from Malahide. On the outskirts of the village is the popular visitor attraction, the Powerscourt Estate. Originally a castle erected in the 13th century, Powerscourt is now a renowned house with beautifully landscaped gardens, covering an area of 47 acres. Worth seeing whilst visiting the estate is the Powerscourt Waterfall which, standing at 396 feet high, is the highest waterfall in Ireland.
By booking a Malahide holiday rental apartment, you are guaranteed to be privy to some wonderful weather to make your experience all the more unforgettable. Most visitors head for the area during the summer months of July and August as it is usually very warm, even as much as 19 degrees Celsius during the daytime. If you prefer much wilder weather then it is best to book a Malahide holiday for the months of January and February when the daytime temperature falls to around 8 degrees Celsius. The annual rainfall amount for Malahide is approximately 21 inches.
Travelling to the wonderful suburb of Malahide is very easy as it is only fifteen minutes away from Dublin International Airport (DUB). Passengers can leave the UK from numerous large airports such as Newcastle(NCL), Edinburgh (EDI), Bristol (BRS), Birmingham (BHX) and Gatwick (LGW). Travellers will find that there are many airlines that have affordable, frequent flights to Dublin Airport such as Thomas Cook Airlines, Aer Lingus, Flybe, BMI and Air Southwest.