Your hosts at the Aberdeen Lodge, look forward to welcoming you. Both Pat and Ann have traveled extensively and appreciate travelers needs after a long Transatlantic flight or tiring trip. Settle into Dublin life with a pot of tea, homemade cookies and a friendly chat.
Full assistance in relation to all transport links around Dublin, City Tours, Points of Interest, Theatres, Museums, Art Galleries, Reservations for Restaurants, Irish Celtic nights and Music Venues, and of course local tips are always available.
Aberdeen Lodge offers a personalised “meet and greet” at Dublin International Airport for their guests. Your driver will collect you and your baggage from the airport arrivals hall and take you directly to Aberdeen Lodge. The journey time is approximately 20 minutes. The same service is available on your return journey to help ease the pre-flight process.
Public transport from Dublin Airport is also available by taking Luxury Aircoach Number 703 from outside arrivals hall directly to Martello Stone Tower, just a few minutes walk from Aberdeen Lodge. Travel time 25 minutes.
Aberdeen Lodge is well serviced by Public Transport, with the Dart service to Trinity College taking a mere 7 minutes. The Dublin Bus Service stops outside the front Door and will deliver you to the city center in 15 minutes
Aberdeen Lodge offers complimentary car parking for guests.
For Guests traveling onwards around Ireland staff are happy to arrange a Rental Car. In most cases, you can have your car delivered to Aberdeen Lodge and if you return to stay with us you may also drop your car at the Lodge at the end of your trip and then take our seamless car service to the airport after your final nights stay.
Pat and Ann have extensive knowledge of Ireland and will assist in guiding Guests to the most interesting tourist spots in the countryside.
For guests who wish to be chauffeur driven, drivers with Luxury automobiles and limousine service can be arranged.
Minimum periods of hire apply, normally 4 to 8 hours depending on requirements and distance.
Aberdeen Lodge is very well located to cater for individual golfers or smaller golfing parties, with 15 major courses an hour or less drive away. Tee times and equipment rental can be arranged on request.
Storage for clubs is available on our premises.
Portmarnock Golf Club
The Royal Dublin Golf Club
St Margarets Golf Club
Luttrelstown Castle Golf
The European Golf Club
Powerscourt Golf Club
Rathsallagh Golf Club
The K Club Golf Resort
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Baltray Golf Club
Cycle rental, for our guests, is available in our local cycle shop at short notice.
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Ireland is renowned for its horse breeding and training facilities there are numerous horse riding schools in the Greater Dublin and Wicklow area.
Arrangements can be made for guests to visit and avail of these facilities.
A wide selection of day tours are on offer from the capital
The West coast of Ireland offers some of the most scenic coastal drives in Europe. The luxury coach departs Dublin 7.00am hours and returns approx 12 hours later. Takes in the city of Galway, on to the Burren and Cliffs Of Moher. Returns to Dublin via Bunratty Castle/ Limerick.
Famous Rock of Cashel, Blarney Stone and Cork.
This tour has many major points of interest and is particularly popular with our North American guests.
Leaving Dublin at 7.00am, you will visit the Rock of Cashel and kiss the Blarney Stone and then explore Cork City. Arriving back in Dublin at 7.00pm approximately.
This 12-hour tour offers a greater understanding of the history and culture of the island of Ireland.
Depart Dublin 07.00 hrs Visit the City of Belfast, the Titanic Centre and on to the Giants Causeway.
Newgrange and The Hill Of Tara
Departing Dublin at 9.30am, this tour will take you to Newgrange, (one thousand years older than the Pyramids!) then on to the River Boyne and the Hill Of Tara, then returns at approximately 4.00 pm This is a unique opportunity to visit a 5000-year-old World Heritage Site.
Wild Wicklow Tour
Wicklow is known as the most touristic county on Irelands East Coast.
Departs Aberdeen Lodge in a luxury Mercedes coach at 10.00am and follows the coastline along South Dublin through Dalkey and Killiney.
Continues on through Wicklow, The Garden of Ireland visits Sally Gap and Glendalough.
Return to Aberdeen Lodge at approximately 5.00pm.