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As you exit Dublin Airport you will reach a large roundabout. Take the following route:
- Take the 2nd exit from this roundabout marked “M1″ – Dublin City” and then 8 kms following the signs for “Dun Laoghaire Car Ferry.”
- Upon entering Dublin City, follow the N11 sign posts – A dual carriageway.
- Eventually you will come to another roundabout. Just before it you will see a pedestrian bridge.
- This roundabout leads on to a motorway.
- The motorway is the 2nd exit.
- Travel on this motorway and keep going for 10 minutes. The motorway will become a dual carriageway.
- There will be an exit approximately 1 km after the bridge marked “Enniskerry.” Take this exit.
- At the next roundabout, take the 1st exit to the left. There is a Statoil petrol station at the roundabout.
- You will pass by a statute of a goat, grey in colour.
- Cross over the bridge. In the next roundabout, take the 1st exit marked “Kilcroney.”
- Carry on up the road for about 200 metres and take the first right driveway, marked Dublin Oak Academy (granite wall).
- Go through the gate, follow the driveway, until you see a castle like building and a carpark. You have arrived to Dublin Oak Academy.
Whether you are staying in exclusive luxury or modest self-catering accommodation, one thing you can be certain of in Ireland is that you’ll receive a warm welcome. The Irish are renowned for their friendliness. Even in big corporate hotels, where you might expect the reception to be more impersonal, the staff goes out of their way to be hospitable. The choice is enormous: you can stay in an elegant 18th century country house, a luxurious (or slightly run-down) castle, a Victorian town house or an old-fashioned commercial hotel.
Our listings recommend more than 20 hotels in the Dublin area, near Dublin Oak’s dormitories, near Dublin Oak Academy’s Castle and near Dublin airport.All these places of quality, ranging from simple three star hotel to unashamed luxury accommodation. Bord Fáilte (The Irish Tourist Board) publishes comprehensive guides. You can also check www.hotel-ireland.com and www.irelandhotel.com for information on hotels in Dublin and all over Ireland. In this listings you will find all the contact information
Choosing a Hotel and Bookings
The Academy recommends you to reserve your accommodation during the peak season and public holidays in advance, particularly if your visit coincides with a major sporting or entertainment event.