Dublin Bus No 41 to and from Dublin Airport
|The most economical way to reach The Anchor House Bed & Breakfast from Dublin Airport is to use the regular Dublin Bus No. 41 to its very last stop on Abbey Street. The service is a regular commuter route, so the stops are frequent. Remember to remain on the bus until it arrives at the very last stop on Abbey Street. The journey time can take up to 45 minutes during peak times. Use the attached map to observe the short walk to Anchor House Bed & Breakfast, from the last stop of the No. 41 bus.
The service is available outside the Arrivals at Dublin Airport Terminal 1. The 41 bus has little baggage storage space, so the Dublin Bus No. 747 may better suit
, if heavy baggage is to be carried.
The Dublin Bus No. 41 service is most frequent during day time hours from Monday to Friday. Weekend services are not as frequent on the Dublin Bus 41 service. Click here for Dublin Bus No. 41 timetable information
, to make sure that this bus service is available at Dublin Airport Terminal 1 on your arrival time into Dublin Airport.
The photo above shows the No. 41 Bus collecting passengers outside the Anchor House Bed & Breakfast, on its journey back to Dublin Airport. This is the nearest Bus service back to Dublin Airport, if you stay at Anchor House B&B. It is usually again convenient and economical to use the 41 Bus to get back to Dublin Airport, at the end of your stay.
Taxi services operate a 24 hour continuous service, 7 days a week in Dublin. Late night & early morning Aircraft arrivals & departures may mean that a Taxi will be the only way of getting to or from Dublin Airport. The fare from Dublin Airport to the City Centre is usually 20 to 25 Euro. The taxi’s are metered, & they can provide an Invoice for money paid as a fare. A taxi can be more economical, whenever a small group uses it.
Use the map below, as a guide to our front door, from the last stop of the Dublin Bus No. 41 on Lower Abbey Street, from Dublin Airport.