Portmarnock is an internationally acclaimed hotel, situated along the coast 8 miles from Dublin with excellent golfing on both the hotel's own links course and the renowned Portmarnock Golf Course.
Portmarnock Hotel is an internationally acclaimed hotel, situated along the coast 8 miles from Dublin with excellent golfing on both the hotel's own links cours e and the renowned Portmarnock Golf Course.
Originally owned by the Jameson family, famous for their Irish whiskey, the property has been beautifully converted to a fabulous hotel hosting its own excellent 18-hole Golf Links course, designed by Bernhard Langer, and is adjacent to the world famous old golf course at Portmarnock.
But Portmarnock Hotel has much more to offer than just golf with a hotel that playfully claims to overlook nothing but the sea! The setting is simply sublime; a stones' throw from a fine stretch of sandy beach up the 8 miles up the coast from Dublin, close to the fashionable suburb of Malahide. The hotel has very much a country club atmosphere, relaxed but refined, with bright and airy public areas and friendly staff on hand for offer assistance.
Each of the individually designed bedrooms boast huge bed space and have been cleverly situated with sweeping views of either the sea or the golf course, through their large bay windows or balconies. Each room is elegantly appointed with a range of classy four-poster rooms and deluxe suites to choose from and equipped with every modern convenience. Portmarnock Hotel prides itself on its high level of standards and service and this is no more evident that in the upkeep of the bedrooms.
The hotel's range of excellent facilities include the renowned Osborne restaurant serving a wonderful choice of international cuisine with style and charm, along with a superb selection of wines. Portmarnock Hotel also features a leisure centre with an extensive range of facilities, with gym, sauna and Oceana Spa. The hotel can also organise a various of activities for guests.
Portmarnock golf links course was designed by Bernhard Langer, and the club professional is European Ryder Cup player, Darren Clarke. Inspirational use of natural dunes land features, and the creative use of elevated tees and greens, acutely angled dog-legs, and ninety-eight strategically placed bunkers even test the most accomplished of players. Each individual hole presents its own unique and exacting challenge, which, as the round progresses, provokes and increasing sense of anticipation to discover the delights of the next.
"There are very few locations in Europe which could have allowed me the opportunity and landscape to design such a classic championship links. I hope all those who play it discover its magic and its challenging beauty". Bernhard Langer