Greystones is a coastal town found in north County Wicklow also know as the garden county. On the east coast of Ireland facing the Irish sea, our town is 17 miles (27 km) south of Dublin and accessible through a number of transport options.
By road you can reach us by the N11 which is the major national road from Dublin, simply follow the signs for Greystones after the exit for Bray.
You can travel by Dart, the light rail system that uses the main east coast line. Darts run every half hour from Greystones to Dublin. We have Dart timetables available for your use in the restaurant, just ask behind the counter or click here.
By bus we are on the 84 and 184 bus routes which have a stop right outside our restaurant.
Taxis are also available locally with the nearest rank being outside the Dart station.
Sumnmervilles of Greystones is three minutes walk from the Blue Flag south beach which is a broad one kilometer length of sandy beach. It is also three minutes walk from the nearly reopened Greystones harbour. The harbour is the start of the famous cliff walk which is a beautiful hike that leads you to coastal town of Bray around 5 miles north (8 km) of Greystones.
In 2008 Greystones was voted ‘most livable community’ at the LivCom Awards in China. We are very proud of our town and love being a part of this thriving community.