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Trinity Hall Dartry

Situated in the leafy suburban area of Dartry, and just a ten-minute walk from the bustling centre of Rathmines, Trinity Hall boasts over 600 guest rooms on its modern campus. An oasis of calm in the picturesque neighbourhood of Dartry, the surrounding gardens and walkways provide guests with an overwhelming sense of relaxation.

Located just a few kilometres from the city centre, Trinity Hall is well connected to the city by light rail and bus services allowing guests to explore the culture and vibrancy of Ireland’s capital, whilst also profiting from the serenity of idyllic suburbia. Trinity Hall is effectively situated near to the gorgeous public domains of Bushy Park and Marlay Park, allowing guests to further benefit from all that Dublin has to offer.

 

En Suite Single Room

This single bedroom with a private bathroom is located within a six bedded apartment. Guests have access to a shared kitchenette for light self-catering. All rooms lock individually.

En Suite Twin Room

This twin bedroom with a private bathroom is located within a six bedded apartment. Guests have access to a shared kitchenette for light self-catering. All doors lock individually.

From Dublin Airport

By taxi:

The easiest way is to catch a taxi: Turn right out of the Arrivals Hall to the taxi rank, and ask for Trinity Hall, Dartry Road, in Upper Rathmines. It should cost around €30-€35.

By bus/tram:

Otherwise, the AirCoach is a safe bet. They run every 15 mins or so from a stop to the left of the Arrivals Hall exit. These big, blue coaches will take you to the centre of Dublin for €7. Ask to be dropped off at the St. Stephen’ s Green end of Dawson Street. Head towards the nearest Luas stop. At the corner of St. Stephen’s Green, you will see the Luas Tram stop. Alternatively, catch a taxi from the centre of town to Trinity Hall for approx €10.

The Luas Tram: You will always want the South-Side Luas – the green line. Buy a ticket to Milltown – the nearest stop to Trinity Hall. This costs €2.

At Milltown, cross the quiet road; head back towards town; take the first left; walk to the end of the avenue and on your right is Trinity Hall (large red bricked buildings).

Alternatively, from the centre of town take the 128 or 14a Bus which drops you on the doorstep. For the adventurous, take the number 16A bus: Found further to the left of the AirCoach. Costs approx €2. N.B. There is another, yellow bus that does the same route but costs €5.
Ask to get off at Trinity College. Follow the one-way traffic around Trinity, past the Front Arch, until you reach the bottom of Grafton Street. Recognisable for being pedestrian. Walk up Grafton Street, until you reach the Luas Tram. Follow steps described above for the Luas Tram. Or take a taxi from the rank in front of Trinity College.

From Connolly Train Station and the main Bus Station

By taxi:

Ask for Trinity Hall, Dartry Road in Rathmines. This will cost around €10-€15.

By tram:

You will always want the South-Side Luas – the green line. Buy a ticket to Milltown – the nearest stop to Trinity Hall. This costs €2.

From Hueston Train Station

By taxi (€15) or take a bus or Luas to Connolly train station.

En Suite

Single Room
€58
Twin Room
€95

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