Saggart is a suburban village in South Dublin


Saggart is a suburban village in South Dublin, Ireland, south west of Dublin city. It lies between the N7 (Naas Road), Rathcoole, and Tallaght.

Some well-known objects of archaeological interest can be found in Saggart.

A pair of megalithic standing stones in Boherboy, that are known locally as Adam and Eve.
The Raheen Standing Stone - a megalithic standing stone in a field on the Blessington Road, near Crooksling.
A 1939 excavation at Lugg uncovered the remains of what is thought to be a burial site that dates from the Bronze Age.
Saggart is a heritage village and home to the Citywest Hotel, which hosts many annual events.
Citywest Business Park is located just to the north of Saggart village and is home to many companies, and to a Dublin City University facility.
Jacob’s Bar was established as a public house in the village by members of the Jacob family in 1901 and has since established itself as a local landmark.
Coolmine Equestrian centre and CEAD-Ireland host equestrian based activities & competitions and host CEAD-Fest during the summer months