Ardilaun Court is located beside the main entrance to St Anne’s Park, the second largest park in Dublin City covering over 240 acres. The Park is part of the former Guinness Family Estate (the famous brewing family).

Bisected by the small Naniken river, the park features an artificial pond and numerous follies, a rose garden, a fine collection of trees with numerous walks, a playground, the red stables cafe and many recreational facilities including GAA & Soccer pitches, tennis courts and a pitch and putt course.

Ardilaun Court is less than 4 miles from Dublin City Centre and just a 7-minute walk from the DART.  Numerous bus routes to the City Centre pass along Howth Road and the villages of Raheny, Clontarf and Killester are all close by. For brilliant connectivity, great shopping and some of Dublin’s very best recreational amenities, Ardilaun Court is the perfect location.

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Welcome To Your New Neighbourhood

A vast selection of local amenities await you, from beautiful parks,
scenic walks and cycle paths, to restaurants & shops specialising in locally sourced produce, along with numerous sporting clubs and gyms.

  • Raheny and Clontarf GAA Clubs.
  • Clontarf, The Royal Dublin and St Anne’s Golf Clubs.
  • St Anne’s Park and Clontarf Tennis Clubs.
  • Numerous Restaurants and Cafés in Raheny, Clontarf and Killester.
  • Clontarf Rugby and Cricket Clubs on Castle Avenue.
  • Raheny Shamrock Athletics Club.
  • Farmers’ Market at The Red Stables.
  • 35 Playing Pitches, 18 Tennis Courts, Playground, Extensive tree lined walks, ornamental pond, Rose Garden and Arboretum all in Saint Anne’s Park.
  • Bull Island Nature Reserve.
  • Sea Walks along The Coast Road.
  • Gymnasia and Health Clubs in Raheny and Clontarf.
  • Supervalu, Nolan’s Supermarkets and an abundance of smaller local shops.
  • Several famous pubs in Raheny, Killester and Clontarf.
  • The DART and numerous Bus Routes.