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Traveling from the UK

Dublin is an easy place to get to from the UK by both air and sea. There are direct flights to Dublin from London’s Heathrow, Luton, City, Stansted, Southend and Gatwick airports, with an average flying time of just one hour from any of these. Two ferry companies operate the route from Holyhead to Dublin.

To get to Samson House from Dublin Airport we advise taking the Dublin Port Tunnel and then the East Link Toll Bridge, followed by the coast road in the direction of Blackrock and Dun Laoghaire (see location and maps). Please note that the Port Tunnel and the East Link are tolled facilities, with various charges for the former according to the day and time you travel through it. Samson House is approximately a 45-minute journey from Dublin Airport, depending on the time of day and traffic.

If you choose to travel by sea, Dun Laoghaire Port and Dublin Port are approximately 10 and 30 minutes away from Samson House respectively.

Map / directions to HRBR at Samson House from Dublin Port

Map / directions to HRBR at Samson House from Dun Laoghaire harbour

Map / directions to HRBR at Samson House from Dublin

We can recommend hotel accommodation should you require it (see where to stay). We have corporate arrangements in place with a few specific hotels so we are happy to make bookings on your behalf or alternatively to pass on the contact details of the appropriate people in our partner hotels.

  • Air Travel
  • Sea Travel

Air Travel

Private Aircraft: www.westonairport.com

The following airlines fly direct from various UK airports to Dublin Airport:

Aer Lingus: www.aerlingus.com
From London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Aberdeen, Belfast International, Blackpool, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Jersey.

British Midland International (BMI): www.flybmi.com
From London Heathrow.

Ryanair: www.ryanair.com
From Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Derry, Doncaster, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Liverpool, London Gatwick, Luton, London Stansted, Manchester, and Newcastle.

Cityjet: www.cityjet.com
From London City Airport.

Aer Arann: www.aerarann.com
From Aberdeen, Birmingham, Blackpool, Bristol, Cardiff, Derry, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Isle of Man, Jersey, London City, Luton, London Southend, and Manchester.

Sea Travel

Irish Ferries
If you’re travelling with a car, the ferry from Holyhead will take you to Dublin Port in just under two hours (1 hour 49 minutes) with Irish Ferries. You arrive close to the East Link Toll Bridge and once you have gone through it, we recommend that you follow the coast road in the direction of Blackrock. Samson House is roughly 30 minutes from Dublin Port, depending on the time of day and traffic.
Irish Ferries offers up to four crossings daily and is a convenient alternative to flying. See www.irishferries.com for further information.

Stena Line
You can also travel with Stena Line from Holyhead to either Dublin Port or Dun Laoghaire Port in 3 hours 15 minutes and 2 hours respectively. There are also four sailings each day with Stena Line’s craft. See www.stenaline.ie for further information.

Train Details

From Belfast:

1. To get to the Hair Restoration Clinic Blackrock from Belfast, get a train from Belfast Central Station to Dublin’s Connolly Station.
2. From Connolly Station, take the Dart towards Greystones, getting off at the Blackrock stop.
3. From Blackrock Dart station, head southeast on Bath Place toward Idrone Terrace. Turn right to stay on Bath Place and then left onto Main Street.
4. Continue onto Temple Road and turn right onto Sweetman’s Ave. and at the roundabout, take the 1st exit and stay on Sweetman’s Ave.

From Cork:

1. To get to the Hair Restoration Clinic Blackrock from Cork, get a train from Kent Station Cork to Dublin’s Heuston Station.
2. From Heuston Station, take the luas red line towards Connolly Station.
3. From Connolly Station, take the Dart towards Greystones, getting off at the Blackrock stop.
4. From Blackrock Dart station, head southeast on Bath Place toward Idrone Terrace. Turn right to stay on Bath Place and then left onto Main Street.
5. Continue onto Temple Road and turn right onto Sweetman’s Ave. and at the roundabout, take the 1st exit and stay on Sweetman’s Ave.

From Galway:

Via Connolly:
1. To get to the Hair Restoration Clinic Blackrock from Galway, get a train from Galway Station to Dublin’s Connolly Station.
2. From Connolly Station, take the Dart towards Greystones, getting off at the Blackrock stop.
3. From Blackrock Dart station, head southeast on Bath Place toward Idrone Terrace. Turn right to stay on Bath Place and then left onto Main Street.
4. Continue onto Temple Road and turn right onto Sweetman’s Ave. and at the roundabout, take the 1st exit and stay on Sweetman’s Ave.

Via Heuston:
1. To get to the Hair Restoration Clinic Blackrock from Galway, get a train from Galway Station to Dublin’s Heuston Station.
2. From Heuston Station, take the luas red line towards Connolly Station.
3. From Connolly Station, take the Dart towards Greystones, getting off at the Blackrock stop.
4. From Blackrock Dart station, head southeast on Bath Place toward Idrone Terrace. Turn right to stay on Bath Place and then left onto Main Street.
5. Continue onto Temple Road and turn right onto Sweetman’s Ave. and at the roundabout, take the 1st exit and stay on Sweetman’s Ave.

For train times and fares visit www.irishrail.ie

For Luas information visit www.luas.ie

Useful websites
www.dublinairport.com
www.heathrowexpress.com
www.gatwickexpress.com
www.stanstedexpress.com
www.aircoach.ie
www.flybybus.com

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