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Maynooth Campus Conference & Accommodation Informations

Maynooth Campus Conference & Accommodation is a mixture of modern student apartments and traditional rooms on the university campus at Maynooth, west of Dublin city.

The student apartments are self-catering. 555 of the 900 rooms are en-suite. Most are single rooms, though a limited number of t

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Maynooth is located 24km west of Dublin on the M4.

By rail it takes between 30 and 50 minutes (depending on whether the connection is express or commuter). Rail service is from Connolly station in Dublin, with some commuter connections from Pearse Street station.

By bus, the journey takes a minimum of 45 minutes, but times depend on traffic in the city. The most direct service is the #66 bus from Pearse Street in Dublin, though the #67A also serves Maynooth (but takes a longer route).

If travelling from Dublin airport, there are three options:
1. Taxi
2. Bus - to city centre, connect with #66 or #67A
3. Rail - feeder bus to Howth Junction - DART (commuter rail service) to Connolly - Arrow or Express service to Maynooth.
If you are likely to arrive after 23:00, kindly advise us so that arrangements can be made with Security at the front gate for you to collect your key. Please be aware that full payment will be charged to your card shortly before 23:00. The main gate closes at midnight but is attended until 02:00. If the Security point is unattended when you arrive please telephone the radio unit at 01 708 3929. Please be aware that a late night access policy applies to the South Campus. Except in extenuating circumstances guests will no longer be granted access to the South Campus after 01.00am. Parking restrictions apply to the University Campus at Maynooth. Parking permits must be used to avoid clamping, guest permits for a designated guest parking area can be purchased for €2.00 per 24hr period at reception. Please be aware that on South Campus you will share the building with resident staff and students of the Seminary, and we ask you to respect their rights. Noise levels must be kept to a minimum. Consumption of alcohol or illegal substances on the premises is prohibited. Admission to the campus will be refused to anyone deemed by Security to be likely to cause a disturbance to residents and guests. All bedrooms are strictly NO SMOKING.


Informations about Maynooth Campus Conference & Accommodation

Maynooth Campus Conference & Accommodation is a mixture of modern student apartments and traditional rooms on the university campus at Maynooth, west of Dublin city.

The student apartments are self-catering. 555 of the 900 rooms are en-suite. Most are single rooms, though a limited number of twin rooms are available. Traditional rooms all have wash-hand basins, with shared access to toilet and shower facilities. Rooms are a mixture of singles and twins. There are also a small number of deluxe en-suite rooms.

Maynooth is a lively university town of some historical interest. At the gates of the college stands the Geraldine Castle, once the seat of power in Ireland. The tree-lined main street links the entrance to the college with Carton walk and the great Carton demesne. The town also has an excellent range of restaurants, pubs and shops.

On the campus visitors can enjoy fine Georgian and neo-Gothic architecture, as well as the magnificent College Chapel. There are also splendid walks amongst the extensive grounds. And all within easy reach of the attractions of Dublin city, as well as tourist attractions such as Newgrange and Glendalough.

Maynooth is an ideal base from which to explore the historical treasures of Leinster.

With effect from 23 September 2013 a new policy on late night access to the south campus applies. Except in extenuating circumstances guests will no longer be granted access to the south campus after 01:00am