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In this ideal location, just north of the town of Swords, ten minutes by car or taxi north of Dublin Airport on the N1, close to the M50 and M1 motorways, you will have easy access wherever you are travelling from.

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Directions


By Car

From Dublin – Take the  M1 motorway to Belfast. Leave the M1 at Exit 4 - Signposted Skerries Donabate.  After leaving the motorway you will see a sign for Swords R132 - follow it. After a few hundred metres take the first right across the dual carriageway onto Ennis Lane and Emmaus is located 500 metres on left.

From Belfast/Drogheda

Take the M1 to Dublin. Leave the motorway at Exit 4 - Signposted Swords Skerries Donabate. After leaving the motorway you will see a sign for Swords R132 - follow it. After a few hundred metres take the first right across the dual carriageway onto Ennis Lane and Emmaus is located 500 metres on left.

From The West

Take the M50. Leave the M50 at the junction for the M1. Leave the M1 at Exit 4 - Signposted Donabate, Skerries. After leaving the motorway you will see a sign for Swords R132 - follow it. After a few hundred metres take the first right across the dual carriageway onto Ennis Lane and Emmaus is located 500 metres on left.

From Dublin Airport

Exiting Dublin Airport follow the signs for M1 North / Belfast, stay on M1 until junction 4 signposted Skerries / Donabate. After leaving the motorway you will see a sign for Swords R132 - follow it. After a few hundred metres take the first right across the dual carriageway onto Ennis Lane and Emmaus is located 500 metres on left.

By Bus

Take either the 33 or 41 bus from Lower Abbey Street in Dublin City Centre to Swords, then 33, 33A, 33B from Swords. You alight the bus at the second stop after the Estuary Roundabout Bus Stop Number 3714 and Emmaus is located down the small lane on the left called Ennis Lane. Total journey time is approximately 1 hour depending on the time of day and traffic. For information on bus time-tables Click Here.

By Taxi

Taxi's are freely available in Dublin (30 minutes) and from Dublin Airport (10 minutes). We would strongly advise customers using Taxi's to hand a copy of the Driving Instructions listed above to the taxi driver to ensure they use the quickest and cheapest route to Emmaus. In the event of a complaint customers are advised to obtain the Taxi Drivers Licence Number which is located on the roof sign, a receipt for your journey and direct any complaint to the Taxi Regulators Office, Complaints & Enforcement Department, 35 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2. You can download an official complaint form by Clicking Here

For anyone using a Sat Nav please enter St Marys Novitiate, Swords, Co Dublin for exact location. Our GPS Co-Ordinates are Latitude 53.473596 Longitude -6.215866699999992

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