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From Dublin Airport
Network Noel says the number 102 which departs from just outside arrivals at Dublin Airport will bring you all the way to Biscayne House.
Stay on the bus all the way to Malahide, through Malahide Village and up the Coast Road.
Get off the bus at the second stop after Oscar Taylor’s Steak House and The Island View Hotel. This will leave you right beside the seashore and across the road to Biscayne. Walk back 100 metres towards Malahide to the entrance to Biscayne. You’ll see a finger post sign at the entrance to Biscayne saying “Biscayne House keep left for 50 metres” and we are number 57 up on the corner facing in the direction of the Irish Sea.
From Dublin City
Network Noel says the number 32 leaving Lower Abbey Street in Dublin City Centre is the best bus to take to Biscayne House.
Stay on the bus all the way to Portmarnock and when you get to the end of Portmarnock, you’ll see the velvet strand on the right and White Sands Hotel (Tamango’s Night Club) on the left. At this point, get ready to get off the bus as you’re about two minutes drive on the bus to the stop outside Biscayne. The next land mark to look out for will be Malahide United’s Football ground at Gannon Park and Robswall. There is a Gym to the front of the club with a glass building.
Biscayne is the next stop after the stop beside the club.
When you get off the bus, walk back in the direction the bus came from for 30 metres to the entrance of Biscayne.
At the entrance, you’ll see a finger post sign “Biscayne House keep left for 50 metres” and we are number 57 up on the corner facing in the direction of the Irish Sea.
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