Greystones offers some excellent schools, including a Gaelscoil, and Educate Together national school and four other primary schools, as well as two secondary schools: Temple Carraig (under the patronage of Educate Together) and St. David’s, with others easily reachable by DART.
Entertainment & Leisure
In food terms, there’s much more to Greystones than The Happy Pear, even though the village is very proud of its famous twins. You’ll find a great range of different types of cuisine, and Sunil Ghai of Pickle in Camden St. recently chose Greystones as the location for his first takeaway, Tiffin. Throw in a summer market, a terrific library and a brand-new theatre, The Whale, plus gyms, studios for yoga and pilates, and a beach that’s just perfect for leisurely shell-collecting, and you have all the elements for an idyllic lifestyle.
One of the most attractive things about Greystones is the diversity of its one-off shops. As well as several supermarkets, there’s a proper butcher and greengrocer, a health food store, a bookshop, a great wine shop, several boutiques and a host of coffee shops, pubs and restaurants.
Greystones is a picturesque location on the coast with salty air, clear water and great walks. Between the famous South Beach, the Harbour and the Cliff top walks you'll be spoilt for choices to invigorate yourself on a daily basis.