Postal and Email Addresses

Carmelite Monastery of St Joseph Upper Kilmacud Road Blackrock Co. Dublin A94 YY 33 Ireland

Directions

Bus Routes

5, 46B, 75, 115 From outside our entrance 46A, 11, 11A, 75, 84 From Stillorgan Shopping Centre, walk along the Kilmacud Road, passing the Millhouse Pub on your left. Turn left at the traffic lights. The Kilmacud Medical Centre is on the opposite corner. Walk up the hill until you see a junction with traffic lights ahead. Our entrance is the gate on your left, just before the traffic lights.

Luas

We are 10 minutes walk from the Stillorgan stop on the Green Line from St.Stephen's Green. After stepping off the Luas, turn to your left and walk to the end of the platform. Turn right and walk for approx. 10 minutes until you come to a main junction with traffic lights. Continue walking on the same side of the road, past the traffic lights and keeping to the right. Our entrance will be on your right soon after.
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From the M50

Head east from Exit 14 At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto R113 At the next roundabout take the first exit onto Woodford Continue on Burton Hall Road Turn right at Blackthorn Road Turn left at Blackthorn Avenue Turn right at Stillorgan Heath (crossing Luas tracks) Continue straight until you meet the junction with traffic lights. Continue straight through the lights, turning slightly to the right. Our entrance is immediately on your right after the lights.

Telephone:

We prefer not to publish our telephone number online. If you have it from another source, please refrain from calling us unless it is an absolute emergency, you are a relative or close friend of a Sister, or you are authorised to have our number due to a service you provide for us. Thank you for your co-operation.
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© 2020 Carmelite Monastery of St Joseph, Kilmacud, Co. Dublin, A94 YY 33, Ireland Registered Charity in Ireland    CHY 6210 Hosted by Blacknight Made with Xara Contact & Information Privacy Policy Privacy Policy Safeguarding Safeguarding About this website About this website

Postal and Email Addresses

Carmelite Monastery of St Joseph Upper Kilmacud Road Blackrock Co. Dublin A94 YY 33 Ireland

Telephone:

We prefer not to publish our telephone number online. If you have it from another source, please refrain from calling us unless it is an absolute emergency, you are a relative or close friend of a Sister, or you are authorised to have our number due to a service you provide for us. Thank you for your co-operation.

Directions

Bus Routes

5, 46B, 75, 115 From outside our entrance 46A, 11, 11A, 75, 84 From Stillorgan Shopping Centre, walk along the Kilmacud Road, passing the Millhouse Pub on your left. Turn left at the traffic lights. The Kilmacud Medical Centre is on the opposite corner. Walk up the hill until you see a junction with traffic lights ahead. Our entrance is the gate on your left, just before the traffic lights.

Luas

We are 10 minutes walk from the Stillorgan stop on the Green Line from St.Stephen's Green. After stepping off the Luas, turn to your left and walk to the end of the platform. Turn right and walk for approx. 10 minutes until you come to a main junction with traffic lights. Continue walking on the same side of the road, past the traffic lights and keeping to the right. Our entrance will be on your right soon after.

From the M50

Head east from Exit 14 At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto R113 At the next roundabout take the first exit onto Woodford Continue on Burton Hall Road Turn right at Blackthorn Road Turn left at Blackthorn Avenue Turn right at Stillorgan Heath (crossing Luas tracks) Continue straight until you meet the junction with traffic lights. Continue straight through the lights, turning slightly to the right. Our entrance is immediately on your right after the lights.
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