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Directions & further details...

There are loadsa ways to get to the pad which is at: 6 Richmond Park, Herbert Road, Bray, Co Wicklow

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Driving Inst= ructions

Option 1: Southbound on the M50/M11 Exiting at Bray North (from City Centre or M50= or Bray village)=

  • Carry on down the M50 past the Dundrum exit (Exit 14), the Sandyford/Dundrum<= /span> exit, the Carrickmines exit and the Loughlinstown exit.
  • Stay in the lane that is indicated as Wexford. The M50 ends and joins up with the M11. Move to the left hand lane that is marked as Bray North / Shankill and take the 1st exit off the M11 that = says Bray North /  Shankill. It leads to a roundabout, = take the 2nd exit (signposted as Bray R761).
  • Keep going straight a= long this road (Dublin Road) and it will bring you into Bray town, you'll p= ass a Superquinn on the right and you'll cross the river Dargle, you'll pass the Ro= yal Hotel on the left, keep going strai= ght through the traffic lights (Main St) and it will bring you into Bray t= own.
  • Eventually you'll meet = a fork in the road at the old Town Centre (McDonalds) which has a fountain outside. Follow the road on the = right. This will bring you along Killarney road, = a long road with bicycle lanes on both sides. 
  • As soon as you see the mountains in the distance, ke= ep an eye out for a building site on the right hand side where new apartment= s are being built, and take a right here (Kilbride Lane).
  • You will pass a corner = shop on the right. Follow this road= until it ends and take a left (unto <= st1:Street w:st=3D"on">Herbert Road).
  • Take the first left int= o an estate marked as Richmond Park<= /st1:PlaceType>. We are one of the first few houses on the left - number 6.

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    this route on the = map above with broken red lines.


Option 2: Southbound on the M50/M11 Exiting at Herbert Road (from City Centre or M= 50)

This option is easier to drive to as you don’= ;t have to drive through Bray town, but you need your wits about you otherwise you’ll end up southbound on the M11 to Wicklow!

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  • Stay in the slow lane, you’ll soon pass by some signs for East Coast Radio.
  • Keep your eye out for a large white sign saying Herbert Road on your left; as = soon as you see it slow down immediately and slip into the leftmost lane and take the sharp exit.
  • Follow up this windy road and take the 3rd exit off to the right into Richmond Park. I am the 6th house on t= he left!

If you missed the Herbert Road turn off (easily done!= ), fear not - you will soon read a roundabout. Take the first exit around by t= he garage, following the sign to Bray. This brings you unto Killarney Road, a long<= span xml:lang=3Den-ie> road with bicycle lanes on both sides<= span xml:lang=3Den-ie> and estates of either side of the r= oad= Take the 6th left (Kilbride Lane). You will pass a corner shop on the right c= alled. Follow this road until it ends and take a left (unto Herbert Road). Take the first left = into an estate marked as Richmond Park. I am the 6th house on= the left.

 

Option 3: Northbound on the M50/M11 Exiting at Killarney Road (from Wicklow)

  • Take the Bray exit off the M11 (watch the roundabout, it’s a small awkward turn off) shortly after Avoka Hous= e.
  • Follow the signs to Bray (R767) and you be travelling up Killarney Road, a long road with bicycle lanes on both sides and estates of either side of the road
  • Take the 6th left (Kilbride Lane) - it's just before at a building site on your left hand side where new apartments are being built. You will pass a corner shop on the right.
  • Follow this road until = it ends and take a left (unto Herbert Road). Take the first = left into an estate marked as= Richmond Park. We are the 6th house on the left.

Note: It’s not possible to go northbound off the M11/N11 unto Herbert Road.

  

DART / Rail

Bray DART station is the nea= rest station, you can get DART or Intercity or Arrow rail services these. There = are DARTs every 15 mins on a = Saturday and every 20 mins on a Sunday serving the stati= ons from all DART stops from Howth and Greystones.

Unfortunately, Bray train station is about 35 mins walk from the house, s= o your best bet is to:

a<= /span>)     call me to say you are at the station And I'll pick you up...=

b)     <= /span>failing that, grab a taxi from = the rank just outside the DART station. It’s literally only 5 minutes drive fr= om the station and should cost you around 8 or 9 euro... or maybe a crisp tenner .

c)     <= /span>get the DART (or bus) to Dun La= oghaire DART station and get the 45A bus outside it which drops you 2 minutes walk = from the house

 

Bus

There are plenty of buses to Bray, you can get some routes stop nearer to the house than others.

The 45A comes from Dun Laogh= aire DART station at approx every 30 mins on Saturda= y; the timetable and route is at: http://www.dublinbus.ie/en/Your-Journey1/Timetables/All-Timetables/45= a/

The 145 comes from City Cent= re (Mountjoy Sq, D’Olier St, Kildar= e St, Leeson St) every 30 mins = at approx every 30 mins on Saturday; the timetable= and route is at: http://www.dublinbus.ie/en/Your-Journey1/Timetables/All-Timetables/14= 5/

Ask the bus driver to drop y= ou off at Kilbride Road. It’s a few stops after Bray village (get off at the by a shop called = the Green Tree on your RIGHT..) It is literally a 2 = minute walk from the house. When you get off the bus, cross th= e road to the smaller green in front of you with a nameplate called Clover Hill. Walk through this green and pass by the houses on the right until you hit a small lane, take a left and I am the 6th house up on the left.

 

If you aren̵= 7;t sure where you are or where you are going, just give me a call!

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See y= ou,

Shane

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