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How to reach Powerscourt

Powerscourt Estate is located just 20 minutes south of Dublin, and there are many transportation options available to reach us.

Travelling by car

Direction from Dublin City Centre/M50

Take the N11 southbound (Wexford). At approximately 19km , take exit 7 for Bray south, Enniskerry, Powerscourt Gardens. Turn left at roundabout, over flyover and rejoin N11 heading north. Take first left for Enniskerry Village (Exit 6a). Continue along road to Enniskerry Village. Take the road to the left of the clock tower, in the village square, continue up steep hill for 600m. Powerscourt entrance is on the right-hand side opposite church entrance.

GPS Co-ordinates

53°11’05”N 6°11’13”W / 53.18472°N 6.18694°W

Google Map Directions

Google maps provide excellent directions for those arriving to the Estate by car. Here are directions to Powerscourt Waterfall, 5km from the main Estate.

Travelling by taxi

Bray Town Taxis: Website Ph: + 353 (0) 1 286 04 00
MT Cabs: Website Ph: + 353 (0) 1 286 36 33

Travelling by air

Dublin airport is located approximately 40 minutes from Powerscourt Estate. Click here for directions.

Travelling by sea

Ports located near to Powerscourt Estate include Dun Laoghaire Harbour, Dublin (30 minutes by car), Dublin Port (40 minutes by car), and Rosslare Harbour, County Wexford (2 hours by car)

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Powerscourt Golf Club

Following confirmation from the Golfing Unions and Sport Ireland that golf is not permitted under level 5 restrictions, unfortunately Powerscourt Golf Club will temporarily be closed until early December.

During this time you can visit our new online shop for ‘Christmas Gift Ideas’ on our website. Gift vouchers for golf accessories, clothing, green fees and golf lessons also available and always a welcome gift for any golfer.

We look forward to welcoming back our members and visitors in the not too distant future. In the meantime, please stay safe and we encourage everyone to adhere to the current guidelines to help flatten the curve.

Gavin Hunt
Golf Manager