Travel into Dublin City Centre without stress or hassle.
No need to worry about driving in Dublin City when you can avail of the Park and Ride at local tram (Luas) Station in Saggart.
You also have the choice to avail of the Hop on- Hop off Dublin Tour Bus which operates from Rathcoole Village into Dublin City Centre and thereby availing of free transport intonthe Dublin City and back to Ratcoole. The Hop on -Hop off ticket is valid for two days.
Rathcoole is 13 km from Dublin City Centre. The small village has numerous pubs and the renowned Poitin Still Traditional Irish Pub is well known for its atmosphere, traditonal music and good food. Rathcoole is proud to have Avoca Outlet with award winning restaurant in its village.
Welcome to Bearna Rua Lodge B&B
Rathcoole Co Dublin
Your Host Elizabeth Keogh Welcomes You
Bearna Rua Lodge Bed and Breakfast
Tel: + 353 (0)1 4589920
MOBILE: + 353 879437628
Bearna Rua Lodge B&B is 1.5km from Rathcoole Village.
Exit N7 at Junction 4 onto R120. On the Main Street in Rathcoole turn left at Bournafea House Pub (opposite Spar Supermarket) . When you come to a roundabout take the third exit of the roundabout and travel uphill for 1.5km. Take first left. Bearna Rua Lodge is the second house on left hand side of road.
From Dublin Airport: Take M50 Southbound. Leave M50 at Junction 9 onto N7. Exit N7 at Junction 4 onto R120 and follow signs into Rathcoole Village. Follow directions as above from Main St Rathcoole.
GPS: 53.26759 -6.48142
Bearna Rua is a Failte Ireland Three Star Approved Bed and Breakfast Bearna Rua Lodge bed and Breakfast is a great base for touring neighbouring Wicklow and Kildare. Elizabeth will always be at hand to offer assistance on your day trips to Dublin City Centre, Glendalough and Powerscourt Gardens in Wicklow. Bearna Rua Lodge is a family home run by Elizabeth Keogh who will ensure your stay is a memorable one. Elizabeth is an artist who displays her work in her home for you to enjoy. You will be more than impressed with the panoramic views from all the bedrooms, dining room and guest sitting room.
Latest B&B Ireland Customer Reviews
We contacted Elizabeth several months before our reservation to ask if we could drop out baggage at the B&B early on the day of our arrival. She graciously allowed us to leave our bags and gave us great directions to take the train to Dublin. After a long day of site seeing, we checked in and loved our room. Breakfast was our first Irish meal and it was excellent!
Elizabeth Hospitality was awesome the place was just magnificent very friendly and accommodating she's also such a great artist has her paintings all over the house. she is so talented.
Andrea and Joe
My husband and I spent our last two nights of our honeymoon here. Both hosts were very accommodating and helpful! They gave us a great suggestion to catch the tram to get into Dublin so we didn't have to worry about driving in for our last day. The house was clean and our room was lovely. The views were breathtaking! I would definitely recommend this B&B.
Our stay was nice. The B&Bwas clean and our host was attentive. She made sure we had some breakfast available as we left very early to the airport.
Erin and Robb
Best coffee in Ireland (My husband said that Bearna Rua could put Tim Hortons out of business here in the states). Tasty breakfast. Facilities were spotless clean. Our room had a view of Dublin and Dublin bay in the distance. We picked this B and B because it was reasonably priced in a central location to tour the Dublin and Meath area. (Dublin city, Bru na Boinne, Hill of Tara, Trim Castle). We didn't even mind the traffic driving ourselves into Dublin on a Sunday (parked at the Museum of Modern Art for free). It is in a safer suburb town near Dublin and a bit off the beaten path, but there are signs one way from town center or iPhone gps is pretty accurate at getting you there. (Android does an okay job, but takes a longer route).