Hotels @ Sutton
Sutton promises a warm welcome to all its visitors and you can be safe in the knowledge that the range of hotels in the area caters for any budget. From luxury hotels to homely bed and breakfasts – and even a refurbished fort – there is accommodation to suit every taste.
Sutton is wonderfully located in Dublin’s Northside, at the base of Howth Head, on the peninsula forming the northern edge of Dublin Bay.
There are a number of hotels in Sutton itself, centred on Sutton Cross, the main commercial district. But the whole Dublin Bay area has accommodation with the warmth and character that is to be expected from this friendly city.
With Dublin airport only a short drive away there is the added option of a number of airport hotels that give the visitor a chance to sample the delights of Sutton while still being handily located for any trips further afield.
Hotels for Nature Lovers
With its rugged coastline and sandy beaches, lovers of outdoor pursuits and water sports will want to be based as close to the water as possible. Birdwatchers, anglers and sailors will all be keen to make the most of the accommodation on offer.
The Perfect Place to Stay in Sutton for Fans of Golf
Fans of the fairway are well looked after in this part of the world. As well as a picturesque links course in Sutton, the Portmarnock Golf Course is located just to the north of the town. Golfers of all standards can stay in the hotels near to the course to make the most of their time here.
Hotels with Sutton Charm
With Dublin city centre so close it is remarkable how unspoilt Sutton and the surrounding area is and this does limit the number of hotels available outside the main urban area of the Irish capital.
But with accommodation to the standard of the Marine Hotel – situated ideally at Sutton Cross – it is not something to be unduly worried about. With its rolling lawns stretching to the shoreline of Dublin Bay, visitors are advised to book up early. But if you do miss out there’s always a warm welcome at a few comfy bed and breakfasts just a few minutes down the road.
For those wanting more of an urban experience there are plenty of hotels to choose from in the centre of Dublin, but if you plan your accommodation early enough a relaxing stay in Sutton is guaranteed.
Planning Your Visit to Sutton
Visitors should think about booking their hotels early if they are planning to join in with the world famous St Patrick’s Day festivities in the middle of March.
Sutton is also ideally placed both for the Dublin Bay Prawn Festival at the start of June and also April’s Midsummer Arts and Literature Festival in neighbouring Howth.
Where Will You Stay in Sutton?
With the tranquillity and serenity of its coastal location, and the cosmopolitan Irish capital practically on its doorstep, Sutton is a wonderful place to visit at any time of the year and its hotels are always ready to welcome you with open arms.