Its close proximity to Dublin International Airport makes it an ideal destination for both Business and Pleasure.
Once the Seaside Family Home of the Jameson Whiskey Dynasty, the Hotel is situated less than 20 minutes by car or taxi to the City Centre and Dublin’s equivalent to Silicon Valley - Grand Canal Dock. Flanked by two picturesque fishing villages of Howth and Malahide, Portmarnock’ Hotel’s backyard is a celebrated spot for sunrise horse riding, morning jogs and sunset strolls.MORE ABOUT THE HOTEL
Bed and Breakfast (1 night)
This property is a 2 minute walk from the beach. Overlooking the Irish Sea, The Portmarnock Hotel is located between the picturesque villages of Malahide and Howth. It boasts a Championship Golf Course and an award-winning brasserie.
The hotel combines modern elegance with the grandeur of a 19th-century residence, previously owned by member of the Jameson Whiskey dynasty, now home to the famous Jameson Bar. There is also a cocktail lounge offering stunning sea views. Rooms at the Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links all have views of either, the ocean, gardens or golf course. Rooms also include internet access, and tea/coffee-making facilities.
The hotel’s golf course was designed by Bernard Langer and played host to the Irish Ladies Open in 2008 and 2009. The hotel also has direct access to the beach, a fitness room and the Oceana Beauty & Treatment Rooms.
Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links has played host to GUI, PGA and ILGU events, and is an outstanding venue for a golfing break or a corporate golf event.
You will enjoy the formidable challenge of a Bernhard Langer designed championship links and deluxe hotel (Golf Hotel of the Year 1999) offering great comfort and the best of traditional Irish hospitality.
Portmarnock Links makes full use of the dunes and natural terrain to provide a layout that will please the most ardent of links purists. The elevated tees and greens, blind approaches and doglegs – not to mention typical links sea breezes, will keep you thinking through every round.
Gently undulating luxuriously sprung fairways leading to large fast greens must be negotiated through 98 strategically placed bunkers, whilst hillocks, wild grasses and gorse await wayward shots.