King Sitric Accommodation
Established in 1971, Aidan and Joan MacManus have earned an international reputation for fresh seafood in their harbour-side restaurant in the picturesque fishing village of Howth. In 1999, they extensively rebuilt their old Harbour Master’s house, relocating the restaurant to the first floor with panoramic sea views, and adding eight guest bedrooms. All the bedrooms are named after Lighthouses and have sea-views. DINING Fresh fish landed daily on Howth Pier, oysters and mussels from the west, lobster caught by our own fishermen in Balscadden Bay are among our specialities. Enjoy a pre-dinner drink in our East Cafe Bar while choosing your wine from our outstanding wine list.
“We have been to Howth on a number of occasions and loved the location of King Sitric. We finished off our trip to Ireland with a 2 night stay in Howth, so glad we did. Our room was lovely: plenty of room, comfortable bed, modern bathroom and 2 seats by the window to enjoy the stunning view. Whilst we didn’t have an evening meal in the restaurant, we did have breakfast there. A limited continental choice, however good choice of hot food which we both enjoyed. The restaurant is a little soulless and dated, it wouldn’t take much to modernise it. All the staff were great. We took advantage of a chauffeur driven service arranged by the hotel to/from the airport (we dropped our hire car off early) and would highly recommend this as it was so effortless. We enjoyed our visit so much that we are looking forward to returning next year with friends.”
“What an absolute gem! A room with the most beautiful view of the sea, simply stunning. My room was gorgeous with a nautical theme and the bathroom looked like it was brand new and never used. Bang up to date decor and spotlessly clean.”