Balbriggan, a sea-side town located 32km (20mi) north of Dublin City Centre in North County Dublin. The name of the town in Irish is either Baile Bricín, meaning Town of the Small Trout, or Baile Brigín, meaning Town of the Small Hills. The town was originally a small fishing village where King William of Orange and his army set up their camp after the Battle of the Boyne in 1690. In 1920 the town was burned and looted by the “Black and Tans” (a British Military force similar to the SS) after a Royal Irish Constable was murdered during the 1916-21 War of Independence.
Balbriggan has much to offer tourists. Safe sandy Beaches: an operational harbour and light house as well as the beautifully restored Ardgillan Demesne and Castle set in 83 Hectares (200 acres) of rolling parklands, with access to beautiful rose and kitchen gardens. Balbriggan Golf Club, An 18 hole championship course with full facilities including bar and restaurant. Historical Sites dating back from the 14th Century at Balrothery, Bremore & Four Knocks. The Fresh Water lake at Balrothery near Balbriggan offers good trout fishing. There is also a tourist information office located on Georges Square in Balbriggan.
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Balbriggan, Co Dublin, Ireland
Ardgillan Castle, Demesne and Victorian Garden
Mill Street, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Bridge Street, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
The 4-star Bracken Court Hotel is located in the picturesque village of Balbriggan, 30 minutes’ drive from Dublin’s centre. It offers free parking, free Wi-Fi, and free newspapers, as well as spacious rooms with marble bathrooms and power sho
Balrothery, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
The Balrothery Inn is a traditional pub with so much to offer with its great history, strong local presence and great food located in the quaint village of Balrothery, Co.Dublin. Originally a coach house and licenced since 1656, the pub tended to the
19 Castlemill Balbriggan, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
serving, breakfast, lunches, snacks, sandwiches, cakes, speciality teas & illy coffee.licensed to sell wine & beer.Open late every Thursday, Tiday & saturday evening
Main Street, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Opened in 2008 Harvey's American Bar
Georges Hill, Linnen Court, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Siena is where great food comes from.
12 Mill Street, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Courtlough, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Welcome to the Man O'War Bar and Restaurant, North County Dublin's most authentic Irish venue, established in 1595.
Drogheda Street, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Definately a drinkers' pub, with great craic any night of the week, and a decent pool table and dart board, too. Makes up for its no-frills look by serving a cracking pint!