Cottage on Bull Island in Dublin Bay, situated on a UNESCO biosphere reserve - it is the only biosphere entirely in a capital city. Cottage surrounded by sea with amazing views of Dublin Bay. 10 mins drive to city centre. Golf course next door literally. A city break for nature lovers.
North Bull Island has the most designations of any site in the Republic of Ireland and its importance for nature conservation has been recognised since 1914, when it was listed as a Rothschild Reserve. It was the first National Bird Sanctuary, designated in 1931. It has been designated since 1981 by UNESCO as biosphere reserve that is part of the Dublin Bay Biosphere Reserve. It is the only Biosphere Reserve entirely in a capital city in the world. In 1988, it was designated a National Nature Reserve in 1988. It is of European Union importance, and part of the Natura 2000 Network as both a Special Protection Area under the EU Birds Directive and a Special Area of Conservation under the EU Habitats Directive. It is also a National Special Amenity Area  since 1995, one of 3 in the Republic of Ireland. This recognises both its outstanding beauty and nature conservation values. House address is known as 7 Bullwall Cottage, Clontarf, Dublin 3
Cottage dates back to 1826. It is located on Bull Island, a nature reserve . It is only you 7 km from city centre and well served by Bus Routes. Fantastic location for the outdoor type, beach, parks , sand dunes all on the doorstep. Lies adjacent to Clontarf, Raheny, Bayside, Sutton and Howth.
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Island also proud of having a Blue Flag beach with Paddle Boarding and Kite Surfing. Perfect for families who want to be immersed in nature and outdoor activities.
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