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Skerries Mills

Skerries Town Centre | Fingal, Skerries, Ireland
+353 1 849 5208
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Skerries Mills is a unique collection of two windmills and a watermill with associated mill pond, mill races, wetlands and is an ideal place to visit on a day tripOne of Dublins top tourist attractions.In association with Dublin Tourism, Heritage Island, Houses & Castles of Ireland, Fingal Tourism & Taste of Skerries.Step back in time with our guided tours and see the mill as they were in day gone by with many of the exhibits working. The Mill complex also houses the Watermill Cafe and the Craft Shop which stocks the leading brands in Crafts, Irish Giftware and Souveniers.
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  • Average7%
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Skerries Town Centre | Fingal, Skerries, Ireland
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+353 1 849 5208
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's a nice place to visit, I found it very interesting, not too many mill museums about, free parking, Guided tours only.

Thank Martin F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We went here on Saturday for lunch. Lovely restaurant. Food excellent and very reasonable. The quiche is excellent and the apple tart. Lovely little shop attached with souvenirs books etc. This place is well worth a visit. We hadn't time to do the tour of...More

Thank alila60
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The cafe does a lovely mince pie at Christmas, craft and gift shop is worth a browse. Farmers market here on a Saturday.

Thank 7pollyh
Reviewed 10 September 2017

Visited here after being to Ardgillan Castle. There's a large free car park. Free admission to the shop/cafe and there was a courtyard with about 5 local craftshops as well. We had lovely veg. soup in the cafe, but as next tour was not for...More

Thank Ray R
Reviewed 2 September 2017

If you are looking for somewhere for a quick bite or just a coffee, Skerries Mill is the place for you. No problem with parking, if its a nice day you can sit outside & if its cold you have a lovely restaurant on the...More

Thank oreillymor
Reviewed 15 August 2017

So we arrived 5 minutes before the guided tour was due to begin - 20 euro for our family (5) which we thought was reasonable - our guide Paddy was wonderful - informative, friendly, enthusiastic and it would be fair to say, passionate about this...More

Thank MEGLE32
Reviewed 24 July 2017 via mobile

My partner saw these mill tours advertised on a back if a Dublin Bus. As a child he spent many a summer out around akerries and rush but didn't remember these mills. Off we set and when we got there we took a tour around...More

Thank Jacqueline R
Reviewed 17 July 2017 via mobile

We had visited the Fingal garden at bloom and heard about the windmill, our tour by Paddy brought the whole operation to life and explained how it worked. His passion for the mill shines through. All staff were v friendly and We were glad we...More

Thank dubintipp
Reviewed 13 July 2017

Almost every time we are in Skerries we are going for quick breakfast in Mills. They have lots of home made cakes as well, and coffee is descent. Three or four times we were in middle of local musicians and dancers. It was really nice...More

Thank morthimor
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

The coffee shop at Skerries Mills is really good. Scones made fresh each day, friendly staff, amazing sandwiches and really good coffee. Laid back in beautiful surroundings within sight of a working mill and lovely quirky shops only a few steps away. Well worth a...More

Thank pollief
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Colm E
13 July 2015|
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Response from derek t | Reviewed this property |
hi colm. You can just turn up and pay upon arrrival
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Colm E
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Response from MartinSPattaya | Reviewed this property |
You can walk to or park at the mills. You can walk around the two windmills, water mill and coffee shop for free. You certainly don't have to book and it's a very pleasant way to spend an hour or two. There is a guided tour... More
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