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Lambay accepts a limited number of pre-arranged guests between the months of March and November.  Island visits are subject to the tides, weather and availability of the resident Baring family and our local island guides.

Please note the island is closed to visitors in December, January and February.

For Overnight Stays, please visit our Accommodation page.  For information on Day Visits, please see below.

Lambay Tour & Day Trip Packages

Visits to Lambay are arranged on a private basis only, and there are set fees for groups of up to 6 or 12 people.  Unfortunately we cannot cater to enquiries for individuals looking to join an existing Historical Architecture Tour, but you are welcome contact Eamon McGrattan for individual spots on his Nature Walking Tours.

Boat transfers between Malahide and Lambay are organised by Lambay and included as part of the tour package.  Boat timings are tide dependent and the open sea crossing takes approximately 20 minutes.

Historical Architecture Tours
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Set fee for groups of <6 or <12

starting from €1,140 / €1,560

Enjoy a two-hour private tour of the famous Lutyens architecture on Lambay, led by a member of the resident Baring family or close friend.

 

The private tour encompasses the work conceived by Sir Edwin Lutyens and Cecil Baring between 1908 and 1933 to transform Lambay into the architectural paradise it is today.

 

Discover Lambay Castle (exterior and interior of the C15th Old Fort), the family Mausoleum, the Bothy, Coastguard Cottages and Whitehouse (exterior), the C18th Chapel and the Real Tennis Court, with personal anecdotes from your guide.

TESTIMONIALS

Nature Walking Tours
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Set fee for groups of <6 or <12

starting from €780 / €1,320

For nature lovers, this is a perfect opportunity to explore the wilder parts of Lambay and, if you are lucky, see some of the island's incredible wildlife in its natural habitat.  Seals, deer, wallabies and puffins to name but a few.

Enjoy a jolly sail over in the Naomi Leigh with our local living legend, Eamon McGrattan.  Eamon will then guide you on a 3-hour walk of the island including the Real Tennis Court and Chapel, past the Walled Garden and up through the wilder parts of the island to where the unfortunate RMS Tayleur met an early demise in 1854.  A warming tea or coffee completes the experience.

TESTIMONIALS

For both corporate and private groups, Lambay provides a sensational and unforgettable destination with ample space for fresh air walks, personal development and reflection, think tanks, conferences, workshops, as well as a stunning setting for a lunch, afternoon tea or dinner.

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