Wednesday, August 7, 2013

 Fishing TrawlerSummer In Howth Dublin- Book Now

Stay any three nights Sunday to Thursday from only €165 per adult. Children under 2 years free; 3 to 11 years €30 BB; 12 to 16 years €45 BB.  Dinner for children is charged as taken.  Offer based on child/children sharing with two adults.   Includes:
  • 3 nights bed and full Irish breakfast
  • Tea/scones for arrivals before 4 pm
  • 2 course dinner with choice on two nights
  • Free pitch and putt, tennis, swimming, aqua aerobics, fitness classes and gym facilities.
  • Free courtesy bus to and from Howth village
 Howth fishing boats

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Dublin Bay Prawn Festival in Howth

Lots of activitiew this weekend in Howth - never mind the weather!! 

  • Tented Food Village where you can sample delicious food from all the great local restaurants 

  • The Kitchen in the Castle Cookery School will also be there.

  • You can see the Howth Tram in all its glory - lovely memories for lots of Dublin people!

  • Saturday night will feature a Fireworks Spectacular over the harbour - don't miss it.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

January Sale

January Sale Offer

Book in January and avail of this great offer on many dates throughout 2012.
From €79.00 per person sharing
2 nights bed and breakfast
1 meal - 2 courses served in our bar includes glass of wine.
Use of our leisure facilites including swimming pool, sauna, steam room and gym. Enjoy some fitness classes or try out aqua aerobics or spin bike class - all great fun and free!

Book now on our website

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

All Inclusive Fitness Weekends at Deer Park Hotel

Exhilarating all inclusive Health & Fitness weekends - Special Introductory price (€100 0ff) €395

Join leaders from this years RTE Operation Transformation Program and kick start or improve your existing fitness regime.

We will give the knowledge needed to fuel your training, improve existing fitness and energy levels and increase your strength and endurance.

Package includes:
  • All accommodation (limited non-residential packages avail.)
  • Full Irish Breakfast and lunch each day
  • Cookery Demonstration in Kitchen in the Castle Cookery School followed by supper
  • Dinner in Four Earls Restaurant at hotel – Saturday evening
  • All fitness classes in our studio and Boot Camp on purpose built outdoor course
  • Nutritional talk and advice from our in-house dietician
  • Ongoing training programme to follow at home
  • Reduced green fees for golf and spa discounts during stay

See Itinerary attached

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Irish Youth Olympic Squad at Deer Park Hotel

The Irish Youth Olympic squad for Trabzon Youth Olympics were at Deer Park Hotel yesterday making final arrangements for the big event.
The Olympic Council of Ireland has selected a strong squad to represent Ireland in five sports at this month's 11th European Youth Olympic Games being held in Trabzon, Turkey. Over 2,000 of the best young athletes in Europe will compete in this key multi-sport event on the Black Sea – an important competition in the development of young athletes for future Olympic participation from the 24th -29th July, 2011. The Irish Team will have a 5 day pre Games training camp in Turkey prior to the opening ceremony.


Monday, July 11, 2011

Junior Golf & Activity Camps

Last week saw the start of the Junior Camps at Deer Park. This year it was decided to change the format and offer golf coaching in the morning and a range of outdoor activities in the afternoon. This was a great success and the children left tired out but happy!! There are still places available - next one starts on July 18th and the last one starts on August 15th. The price for the weekly camp is €170.00 for both morning and afternoon sessions - Monday to Friday from 10 am to 3 pm. Golf only in the mornings is €100 and Fitness and Sporting activities in the afternoons only costs €80.00

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Rhododendron Gardens, Howth Castle

Now is the time to come and visit the spectacular Rhododendron Gardens located at the back of the Deer Park Hotel. The origin of these gardens date back to around 1850 when the idea of a Rhododendron Garden was born. To achieve this, earth and peat were carried up the cliff face and put into holes in the rocky surface. The original plants were mainly the common purple rhododendron "Ponticum". The Howth collection is certainly the best general one in Ireland. The total number of named plants would be around 1,500 including species, crosses and hybrids plus a large number of un-named plants that now have flourished on the rocky slopes.

There are a number of really nice walks - along the lower path and undercliff walk for those who prefer not to climb the steep slopes and for those who are able for a considerable climb there are the routes up the Mountain walk and upper cliff.