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North Beach Caravan and Camping Park

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North Beach, Rush, Co Dublin

phone:01 8437131

Season:0 - 0

Caravan Park Details

Our site is family owned, managed, operated with both French and German languages spoken when necessary.

We have direct access and a 200 metre frontage onto a beautiful sandy beach enclosed in a cove by cliffs with a Martello tower and a small fishing harbour and a Rockabill Lighthouse island in the middle. The sea is safe for both swimming and water sports, fishing is possible. Relax and enjoy the natural surroundings or go walking along the cliff-land, coastal, historical or countryside walks. There are numerous golf clubs in the surrounding area and scenic country roads to cycle along.

We are the nearest caravan & camping park to the N1, M1, and Dublin airport and on the quickest route to and from Dublin Port (all ferries) and we can now be reached via the M50 motorway from Dun Laoghaire (Stenna HSS Ferry). Even so we are not affected by any traffic or aircraft noise.

Chessington attractions and directions

From the south (N1, M1, M50, Airport & Ferries)

Continue along the N1 (Dublin / Belfast Road) until you reach the Esso filling Station on the left north of Swords. Turn right at the sign for Lusk and Rush (R127) take the first right turn as you enter Lusk. Continue along Rush Main Street past the bank and the Strand Bar on your left, take the next left and then take next turn right (50 metres) at the sign post for North Beach.

From the north (N1)

Direct route: Drive along the Balbriggan bypass, turn left at the sign for Lusk opposite the Esso filling station. Then follow the directions above as from the south.

Scenic coastal route: Drive into Balbriggan. Turn left at sign for Skerries. When you reach Skerries, turn left at the traffic lights, then take the next turn to the right. As you approach Rush Main Street, turn left after the speed limit signs, at the sign marked North Beach.

By bus

From the city centre: Bus No. 33 (Direct to Rush) from Eden Quay beside Charlie Ps pub. The bus always stops outside the Strand Bar on the left in Rush Main Street. Get off the bus at the next stop around the corner. Cross the road and follow the sign marked North Beach. Follow the road all the way down and along side the beach into the Caravan Park.

Nitelink Service: Nitelink service 33N departs outside the Q bar in DOlier Street beside OConnell Bridge at 00:30, 2:00 Mon, Tue, Wed, and also 3:30 Thurs, Fri and Sat. This bus calls at the airport No. 2 Coach park approximately 20 minutes later. Fare ??6.00 per person.

From the airport: At arrivals exit turn left and take the bus No. 41 to Swords Main Street. Get off at Londis supermarket and take bus No. 33 to Rush. Alternatively, at arrivals exit turn right and walk directly down to the main road with Traffic lights (ten minutes walk), turn left and proceed to the bus shelter beside Kealys pub and signal the bus No. 33 to stop.

From Busaras (central bus station): At exit look to the left and walk in a semi-circle towards a multi-storey building with a green top (Liberty Hall). Bus No. 33 departs behind it on Eden Quay.

From Dunlaoghaire Take bus No. 46A from the Ferry Terminal to Fleet Street, walk across OConnell Bridge to Eden Quay. Take the No. 33 bus to Rush. Alternatively take Dart to Tara Street station and cross Butt Bridge to Eden Quay for bus No. 33.

By train

Suburban line from Dublin and Drogheda to Rush/Lusk station. N.B. This line connects to the Dart line to and from Dun Laoghaire at Howth Junction, Pearse, Tara and Connolly Stations.


Caravan Park Features

  • Families welcomed
  • Sanitary Blocks
  • Rallies Allowed
  • Pets Allowed onsite

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