White Sands Hotel

Address: Coast Road, Portmarnock, County Dublin, Ireland | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Coast Road, Portmarnock, is near Malahide Castle, Portmarnock Beach, Newbridge House, and Portmarnock Golf Club.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWhite Sands Hotel Portmarnock

Reviewed by doug_walker_246

A pleasant stopover

Reviewed Aug 22, 2006
by (39 reviews) Penshurst, New South Wales, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

A very nice hotel adjacent to the beach. Rooms were fine with hotel / dining making for a very comfortable stay, We visited there again for a drink in 2010 - starting to look a little tired (perhaps symptomatic of the economy at the time).

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TripAdvisor Reviews White Sands Hotel Portmarnock

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Travel Blogs from Portmarnock

Time for a Guiness

A travel blog entry by doug_walker_246 on Aug 22, 2006

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Day 2 (Tuesday) - arrived in Portmarnock: By the time we arrived, picked up our wheels (a battered old Blue Vauxhall) and navigated across to Portmarnock (past a funeral procession with a horse drawn hearse!) we were all buggered (but it didn't stop us having a guiness, some codfish and a walk along the beach). This is where Sir Charles Kingsford …

DUBLIN, around the town.

A travel blog entry by jukes on Oct 09, 2014

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... for candles. The hugely impressive dining room, which was once used as a hospital during and after WW1. The St Patricks Hall where every 7yr the inauguration of the President takes place, only a woman Mary McAleese has served 2 consecutive terms. The Wedgwood room - I loved this one, the soft pastels and sooooo Wedgwood. The gothic room, originally one of the four medieval towers of Dublin Castle, this was almost like a green wedge wood ...

Our Irish Paddywagon Tour!

A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Aug 21, 2014

... the "3 sisters" as well and while we were driving Shaun told us all about the potato famine and showed us the houses and fences that were made during that time. There were so many of them!! The coast line and the scenery was just stunning! We thought that Scotland was green but Ireland was a whole new shade of green! We stopped at one point near a little beach and I ran down to dip my toe in the Atlantic Ocean. It was freezing! We stopped for lunch back in the actual town of ...

Departure

A travel blog entry by famlitz on Aug 13, 2014

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... much because Karsten had to drive, but today we were on foot.....so.....
We had to wait, so we had an Irish Coffee. When the tour started I was lucky to be chosen for the end whiskey tasting. Comparing a scotch, bourbon and a Jameson.

We rounded the evening off at an Irish Pub (Murrays), with a small meal and a Guiness.

I'm calling it a day. Tomorrow we're off to ...

Highland Highlights and the Emerald Isle

A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jul 04, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... attempt to summon Nessie from the depths, sadly she did not make her presence known to us and none of us will be becoming immeasurably wealthy off the selling of photographs of the fabled Loch Ness monster. We then had a brief stop in a lovely little town called Fort Augustus and another at the Commando Memorial for commanders from the wars which was situated in a very lovely and scenic spot. We then wandered around an old and falling down castle called ...