Location

From Dublin:

Take the road either to Arklow (via N11) or to Aughrim (take N11 to Ashford;proceed right up the hill past the Bel Air Hotel at Ashford; go via Rathdrum to Aughrim).

From Arklow:

Take the road for Woodenbridge. At Woodenbridge take left turn at Statoil, then immediate right turn up past Valley Hotel. Follow road for Ballycoogue. At Ballycoogue Church take right. Two miles after Ballycoogue on the road to Aughrim, on the left, are the gates to Clone House.

From Aughrim:

Go through village past Lawless’s Hotel. Turn right towards Tinahely/Carnew. Turn left immediately at yellow and black wall. Take first left. Proceed for 1 mile to crossroads. Go straight through. Take first left, at signpost for Ballycoogue. Proceed for 300 yards and the gates to Clone House are on the right.

From Dublin Airport:

Leaving Dublin Airport take the M50 motorway heading southbound until you see the well posted signs for “Dun Laoghaire / Ferry” (N11). Follow these signs until you reach the N11(4 miles). Then head south for approx. 40 miles until Arklow. See from Arklow.

Airlines:

Dublin Airport is serviced by many direct daily flights from the UK and all major European cities. It is also serviced by direct international flights from Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Boston and Atlanta.

Aer Lingus – Ryanair – British Midlands

There are also chartered flights leaving Toronto from April to September. Waterford Airport has direct flights from London Stanstead and Luton, Manchester and Liverpool in the UK.

Ferries:

Rosslare Harbour, Wexford: Daily ferry crossings from Fishguard and Pembroke in the UK and Cherbourg and Le Havre in France.

Dun Laoghaire Port, Dublin: Daily ferry crossings from Holyhead and Liverpool in the UK.

Stena Line – Irish Ferries