Howth and nearby Sutton have shops to supply almost every need, from supermarkets and hardware stores to butchers, newsagents and fish shops (Howth is a major fishing port, so fresh fish is the norm).
A number of major bank groups have branches at Sutton Cross. There are a number of ATMs in Howth Village, one on Harbour Road at the end of the West Pier (5 mins.walk), one in the Centra Supermarket (Collins) on Main Street.
Dr Joseph Cranley 086 256 0341
Dr Keith Redmond - 832 5609
Dr Liam O'Droma - 839 5254
In Howth village, open Monday to Friday 9am - 5.30pm and until lunchtime on Saturdays.
Pubs & Restaurants
Howth is renowned for the quality of the premises serving food and drink, many of which are winners of national awards.
Roman Catholic, Church of Ireland (Anglican) and Presbyterian Churches are all within a lO minute walk of the Club while the Methodist Church is about 2km away at Sutton.
Deerpark public golf course is within walking distance and two members' clubs, Howth GC and Sutton GC, are also nearby. Public tennis courts are located near Deerpark.
A Cliff Walk and the gardens at Howth Castle are just two of the walks recommended in the area. Two local beaches - Claremont and Burrow - are also popular with walkers.
Dublin City can be reached within 35 minutes by the DART rail service which leaves every 10-15 minutes from Howth Railway Station, a four minute walk from the Club.
Taxis can be ordered through the Club, or contact direct Captain Haddock's Cabs at 087 8295003 or Coastal Cabs, 8397777
Hertz at Dublin Airport 844 5466
Repairs & Chandlery
Contact details for local services such as Sailmakers, Chandlers, GRP repair experts, Electronics Engineers, Riggers, Mechanics, Divers are available from the Marina Office.