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Walking tour of Lambay Island via Skerries Sea Tours.

We had the good fortune to participate in a small group walking tour of Lambay Island yesterday via... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2018
jbomay
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Portland, Oregon
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A jewel in Dublin Bay.

I have always wanted to visit Lambay Island as my house overlooks it. Skerries Sea Tours are now... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2018
KathyMalahide
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Malahide
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Reviewed 9 September 2018 via mobile

We had the good fortune to participate in a small group walking tour of Lambay Island yesterday via Skerries Sea Tours. It was outstanding. Starting with safety first on the boat, it was a quick trip over to the Island. Gerry, our Captain and guide...More

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Reviewed 6 September 2018

I have always wanted to visit Lambay Island as my house overlooks it. Skerries Sea Tours are now running boat trips on weekends though one must book in advance The inflatable rib leaves from Malahide Marina and seats about 10 people .It is a wonderful...More

Thank KathyMalahide
Reviewed 21 August 2018 via mobile

We had a wonderful gathering on Lambay with family and friends to celebrate my husband’s birthday. The island is unique - a total break from busy lives on the mainland, pitch black at night, the only sounds sea birds and waves. The hosts, Millie and...More

Thank kathhaddon
Reviewed 20 August 2018 via mobile

I have never experienced anything like this. The island is off the grid, and beautiful. The castle with its Lutyens designed wing, rooms and furniture is special and incredible. The island is lovely to explore, with views all the way to Northern Ireland. Pack a...More

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Reviewed 24 May 2018 via mobile

Lambay is not a public venue and not, in my opinion, a place that should be featured on TripAdvisor. However, having been lucky enough to visit this magical island last week, I feel compelled to respond to this review, which is, to me, entirely inaccurate....More

5  Thank Rangehead
Reviewed 12 April 2018

We didn't like the place. First it is hard to get in there- only by boat. Buildings is very old and extremely cold. Heating was turned off at night. We had to take off shoes and walk on cold ground. Carpets were terrible. Room had...More

7  Thank world-travelllerr
Reviewed 3 July 2017 via mobile

Lambay is a must see island and got a great tour off gerry ,who was very friendly and as able to provide us all with plenty of facts and knowledge of the area. Still would say it is very expensive at 85 per person and...More

3  Thank Passenger718658
Reviewed 21 August 2016

Lord Revelstokes family have owned Lambay Island since the early 20thcentury. On a sunny day the hike across it from the ancient harbour to the east where the protected seals wallow on rocks and a colony of gannets keep the cliff face a brillant white...More

1  Thank Raymond M
Reviewed 12 October 2015

Lambay is the largest island off the east coast of Ireland. The nearest points from which to get there by sea are Malahide, Skerries, Rush, Rogerstown or, perhaps, Loughshinney. It is, however, privately owned by the Baring family – so you can sail around it,...More

4  Thank Suburban_Couple
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