Map and how to get there

Attractions Restaurants

Nearest travel links

Airport Dublin 30 km
Ferry Dublin Port 26 km
Train station Maynooth 1 km
Car Car not necessary

Activities near Maynooth

Sports Golf course on site or within 15 min walk, Horse riding, Fishing
Great for Walking holidays, Rural or countryside holidays, Cycling holidays

How to get there

Maynooth is 33km from Dublin Airport. Leaving the airport follow directions to Dublin, joining M1, then take the exit for the M50 (the first exit after the airport). Immediately after the Westlink toll bridge take the M4 exit (junction 7) for the West. Take Maynooth exit, follow signs for Maynooth, passing through 1 sets of traffic lights before turning left through straffan woods Turn right a t junction and immediate left, continue past newtown inn pub and shops to junction turn left, Cluain Aoibhinn is next estate on left, no.68 is 5th house on left.

By Bus: Suburban (Dublin Bus)

From Pearse Street in Dublin, no. 66 and no. 67A (via Celbridge) serve Maynooth frequently. The journey can take between 50 minutes and one hour, depending on traffic. The bus-stop is on Main Street, a four-minute walk from the main Reception desk.

A Nitelink service (67n) departs from Westmoreland Street in Dublin at 00:30 and 02:00, Monday to Saturday, with an additional 03:30 departure on Saturdays. There is no Sunday service.


A number of provincial bus services to/from the West of Ireland stop in Maynooth. The bus-stop is opposite the Glenroyal complex.

By Train: Commuter (Arrow) Service

Maynooth is served frequently from Pearse and Connolly Stations, a journey of approximately 40 minutes.


The Sligo train stops at Maynooth, with the Dublin-Maynooth section a non-stop 30-minute journey.

By Sea: Dublin Port is 28km from Maynooth. Follow signs for the West, via R105, N11, N4 and M4. DĂșn Laoghaire is 41km from Maynooth. Follow signs for M50 via N31 and R113. Take exit for M4.