St Anne’s Park is the second largest park in Dublin, covering 240 acres and located off the stunning Clontarf seaside promenade and once you are there, the walking possibilities are endless.
The park has plenty of amenities especially the many stunning treelined walkways taking in the various historic follies located throughout the park. There are some beautiful horticultural aspects such as the rose garden, walled garden and Japanese garden.
“The Red Stables” houses an exhibition space, a quaint café to get your lunch and a weekly farmers market in the courtyard space.
The ornamental duck pond and a sizeable playground will keep the children busy and an abundance of sports facilities will impress even the most energetic sports enthusiast with multiple GAA and soccer fields, 18 tennis courts, 4 boules courts and a par 3 golf course.
St Anne’s Park is crossed with the river Naniken which is the main source for feeding the parks wildlife interests. It has been recently restored by Dublin City Council to its natural state which has created many wildlife habits and wildflower meadows bringing a diverse nature community within the walls of this park.
The park is ideal for a day of walking, cycling or one filled with sporting activities.
Plenty to keep the kids busy on a family day out or sit and relax with a good book on one of the quiet benches while taking in the beautiful scenery and nature.
Daily 10am to 8.30pm
St Anne's Park
St Anne's Park is located 20 minute drive from the hotel.
Public transport can also be taken, our front desk staff will be able to guide you on these.