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Swords Travel guide
Swords : Michelin's recommendations
The history of this bustling county town of Fingal goes back to the 6C, when Saint Columba founded a friary here. At the northern end of the town stands a castle, the summer residence of the Archbishops of Dublin. Important historical buildings include the craggy twin-towered Constable's Tower, fully restored.
Tourist attractions Swords : Things to see and do
IRL - Swords
Lying just north of Dublin, this is an agricultural area with a long coastline. The resort of Skerries has many beaches and a resident colony of grey seals; it is also where the famous Dublin bay prawns are landed. Another resort is Portmarnock , ..
North Street IRL - Swords
The Carnegie Court Hotel is located minutes from Dublin Airport in the heart of the bustling town of Swords. It offers free Wi-Fi, an award-winning restaurant and a bar. The perfect place to meet, you can relax with a coffee and enjoy free Wi-Fi int..
44 Main Street IRL - Swords
Just a 5-minute drive from Dublin Airport, Forty Four Main Street offers elegant guest rooms in the village of Swords, which dates back over 1,400 years. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi, and play golf at several nearby courses. Elegant and stylish, room..
Travelodge Dublin Airport offers clean, modern rooms, 5 minutes' drive from the main airport terminal. An airport shuttle service is available every 30 minutes from 04:00. There is space for free parking on site. Each room features a satellite TV, a..