Location

How to get to the Conference?

Farmleigh, built in the 18th Century and situated on 78 acres of parkland in the North West of Dublin’s Phoenix Park is a magnificent example of Georgian architecture. Its great charm lies in the eclecticism of its interior decoration ranging from the classical style to Jacobean, Louis XV, Louis XVI and Georgian.

Farmleigh’s location offers delegates a wide choice of hotels to choose from and easy access to many events happening in and around Dublin, during the pre-Christmas season.

Farmleigh Garden 1

Car: GPS Co-ordinates: Latitude 53. 3651 N and Longitude 6.3601W  – (Free onsite parking)

Train: Short taxi journey from Heuston Station.

Dublin Bus: Take the number 37 bus and disembark at the Castleknock Gate. Enter  the Phoenix Park and take the narrow, pedestrian pathway through the field to your immediate right. Walk down this path until you reach the road, turn right and you should  see the gates of Farmleigh a short distance  away. Farmleigh is about a 15 minute walk from the Castleknock Gate.

Luas: Red Line – Heuston Stop and short taxi ride to Farmleigh.

 

Venue Facilities

  • Free  Wi-Fi
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • 78 Acres encompassing impressive, formal, landscaped gardens
  • Supervised Free Cloakroom
  • Free Onsite Parking for delegate cars, coaches, motorcycles.
  • Designated Smoking Areas

Farmleigh Conference Room

Farmleigh Conference Room

 

Where can I stay?

 

Ashling Hotel, Parkgate St. 

Castleknock Hotel & Country Club

Other nearby hotels:

Hilton Hotel, Kilmainham

The Morrison Hotel, Ormond Quay

The Morgan Hotel, Fleet Street, Dublin 2

Jury’s Inn,  Christchurch Place, Dublin 2

Full listing of alternative accommodation on www.ireland.ie

Nearby Places of Interest and Useful Sites

Áras an Uachtarán – Residence of the President of Ireland, open for tours on Saturdays only, unless it is being used for official state business, which also means tours can be cancelled at short notice.

Admission is free, tickets are limited to about 100 and these are allocated on a first come,first served basis from the Phoenix Park Visitor Centre.

Other useful sites:

www.guinness-storehouse.com
www.museumireland.com
www.visitdublin.com

www.heritageireland.ie