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For a rural break close to both city and sea, you’re sure to be satisfied if you book a flight to Skerries. This little seaside resort just north of Dublin has pristine coastlines and beautiful country walks, as well as a fascinating history dating all the way back to the early medieval period. What better place to enjoy a convenient seaside getaway?
Located just a short distance from Dublin Airport, booking a flight to Skerries really couldn’t be easier. Whether you’re flying to Skerries for a family holiday, a romantic break or are visiting the capital on business and looking for somewhere quiet to stay, Skerries has something to offer every taste and budget.
Skerries is just a 25-minute drive from Dublin Airport, but it feels a million miles away.
The airport has over 40 different airlines offering flights to it, meaning you can fly to Skerries from a range of destinations around the UK and the globe. You could fly from any of the large London airports, including Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton and London City Airport. Other UK destinations flying into to Dublin include: Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Leeds-Bradford and Newcastle upon Tyne, to name just a few.
Before you fly, don’t forget to purchase some Euros, but, if you do, Dublin Airport is equipped with all the amenities you could hope for, including several Bureau de Change kiosks.
There is a regular train service to Skerries from Dublin, which takes around 30 minutes. There is also a regularly scheduled direct bus route (the number 33) from Dublin centre to the town and an indirect bus route, which takes you via the seaside town of Malahide.
The easiest option may be to hire a car with Expedia. You can pick up the keys at the airport as soon as your flight gets in – simply grab your luggage and go. It a short 25-minute drive to Skerries from the airport via the picturesque R127/Skerries Road and having a car means you’ll be able to see all the sights once your flight arrives.
It’s such a quick journey from the airport once your flight lands that you’ll soon be out seeing the sights. Why not pay a visit to Ardgillan Castle? This stunning nearby country house is situated in 200 acres of exquisite estate land. Set right on the coast, you can amble through the trees with the scents of the herb garden helping to clear your head after your flight. You could also head to its striking rose gardens and holistic centre – the perfect havens for post-flight relaxation.