PICS: An Amazing Dog-Friendly Café Has Just Opened At Ardgillan Castle

A North County Dublin adventure is in order very soon.

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If you haven't already been to Ardgillan Castle and Demesne you're going to want to head there very soon after reading this...

Spread across a whopping 194 acres, Ardgillan is the perfect place to go exploring; they've got stunning gardens, a deadly playground (with an age limit, unfortunately), gorgeous woods and one of the best views of the Irish Sea out to Lambay Island. Plus it's a 5-minute drive from Skerries, where you'll find deadly seafood and some of the best wings in Dublin.

To make the place even more appealing, they have added a brand new café called Paws at Argillan to the grounds, that just so happens to be dog-friendly. 

Paws at Ardgillan is a unique new café that will give dog walkers the opportunity to dine with their dogs in the stunning surrounds of Ardgillan Castle. The dog-friendly facility is one of the first in Ireland and is certainly the first feature of its kind in a municipal park in the country.

This refreshing new initiative means that after a walk in the extensive and abundant wide open spaces of Ardgillan, dog walkers can sit with their dogs at a café table and partake in either hot or cold light food and refreshments.

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Housed in one of the old cottages on the grounds, the café has plenty of indoor and outdoor seating.

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So you know where we'll be going this weekend!

You can find out more info about Paws at Ardgillan here.

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Fíodhna Horan Murphy

Fíodhna is deputy editor of Lovin Dublin and the Lovin Group. She's mad into music, gigs, cans by the canal and anything leopard print.

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