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Getting to The Killaloe Hotel

 

Getting here from Dublin:

The M7 whisks you South smoothly, efficiently and, above all, quickly. In around 90 minutes you will find yourself going over the motorway bridge at Junction 27, past the Applegreen Services. Here the pace changes as you find yourself relaxing, and the signs to Killaloe take you past Birdhill and onward to the bridge at Ballina. By this time you won’t mind if you have to wait your turn to cross the historic bridge to Killaloe, with its breathtaking views. Once on the other side, it’s a sharp right at the traffic lights. Stay on the main road for about 5 minutes, keeping an eye out for the sign at Kincora Harbour – The Killaloe Hotel is just here on your right ….. we’ll keep an eye out for you.


Getting here from Shannon Airport:

On leaving Shannon Airport, you’ll find yourself on the N19 leading you up to the intersection with the N18. Follow the signs to Limerick, bearing in mind that you will soon come to a Toll Plaza, as the N18 goes through a tunnel under the river Shannon, before becoming the M7 motorway. Take the exit at Junction 27, past the Applegreen Services. Now follow the signs to Killaloe, passing Birdhill and heading on to the historic bridge at Ballina. Once on the other side, it’s a sharp right at the traffic lights. Stay on the main road for about 5 minutes, keeping an eye out for the sign at Kincora Harbour – The Killaloe Hotel is just here on your right ….. there’s a warm welcome waiting.


Getting here from Cork:

Take the N20 north through Mallow until you reach M7 motorway at Junction 30. Take the M7 toward Dublin until you reach Junction 27. Now follow the signs to Killaloe, passing Birdhill and heading on to the historic bridge at Ballina. Once on the other side, it’s a sharp right at the traffic lights. Stay on the main road for about 5 minutes, keeping an eye out for the sign at Kincora Harbour – The Killaloe Hotel is just here on your right ….. and there you are.

Getting here from Waterford:

Take the N24 north through Clonmel toward Limerick, until you reach M7 motorway at Junction 29. Take the M7 toward Dublin until you reach Junction 27. Now follow the signs to Killaloe, passing Birdhill and heading on to the historic bridge at Ballina. Once on the other side, it’s a sharp right at the traffic lights. Stay on the main road for about 5 minutes, keeping an eye out for the sign at Kincora Harbour – The Killaloe Hotel is just here on your right ….. the kettle’s on.


Travelling from outside Ireland:

Whatever part of the world you are coming from, by air, car, train, bus or ferry, The Killaloe Hotel is easy to find. The main international airports are at Dublin, Cork and Shannon and you’ll find directions from each of them right here. There are ferry ports at Cork, Dublin Port, Rosslare and Belfast. Whichever one you arrive at, we advise you to get directions to the M7 motorway and head for Junction 27. If you wish to come by train, the nearest station is at Birdhill. Let us know when you are arriving and we will arrange for a Taxi to meet you. For details on train times, visit www.irishrail.ie/timetables

In addition, Bus Éireann operates a comprehensive provincial bus service, linking most of Irelands towns and villages. For further information visit www.buseireann.ie

The Killaloe Hotel & Spa,
Kincora Harbour, Killaloe,
Co. Clare, Ireland
Ph:+353 61 376 000
Fax: 061 376 001

info@thekillaloe.ie

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