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Our guide Gerard led us on a 5km walk of St. Anne's Park today. We heard all about the Guinness Family and visited all the historical sights associated with the family. Weather was beautiful and we ended the walk with coffee at Olive's Room. A...More
Beautiful place to visit. Wonderful farmers market on at the weekend. The rose gardens are beautiful to visit. Some lovely walks, such a peaceful place to spend a few hours in. Great playground for the kids to enjoy too.
Love this park as the playground is fully enclosed by a fence so you can leave the kids off knowing they won't escape. Also has great woodlands that kids can ramble through and see lots of squirrels. I would avoid the cafe (Red stables) at...More
We go here often as we live near here but each time we go its so refreshing and is literally history on our doorstep! This used to be the home of the Guinness family (the ones that made the drink) and everything except the wonderful...More
This park provides a fantastic amenity for family and the individual alike to stroll or jog among the mature woodland. This park is situated in Dublin's northside suburbs and is a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of a busy urban area.
lovey park great paths bike trails water features but there needs to be park rangers or garda in the park. bad homeless problem, young lads intimating people and evidence of drug use.
some of this due to the park being unable to be closed at...More
We wandered around the park for ages, with my elderly father and my sister's dog, going along paths bordered by rose gardens and into leafy, light-and-shade filled glades of large trees. It was a beautiful place to spend a few hours wandering. Once we were...More
Response from alankeogh | Reviewed this property |
There is no facility for parking a camper van in St.Annes park unfortunately. The best you could do is find an official camping site, which are normally on the outskirts of Dublin city, and then use public transport... More
There is no facility for parking a camper van in St.Annes park unfortunately. The best you could do is find an official camping site, which are normally on the outskirts of Dublin city, and then use public transport to get there.
Not sure where the best camping place is, but the Dublin tourist office could help with that query.
Best of Luck..
You certainly wouldn’t be allowed BBQs there in this hot weather. Too much risk of fires. Many Dublin parks have banned BBQs and councils and the fire brigade are even advising people not to have them at home because of the... More
You certainly wouldn’t be allowed BBQs there in this hot weather. Too much risk of fires. Many Dublin parks have banned BBQs and councils and the fire brigade are even advising people not to have them at home because of the risk of sparks & fires.
Response from Bridget W | Reviewed this property |
There is car parking on the seafront near the duck pond, and up along Watermill Road around the corner. There's also car parking next to the Red Stables. Apart from that, there's free parking on road adjacent to the park.