The following map shows nearest bus stops for buses from Dublin and Howth, and directions to the gate of Earlscliffe on Ceanchor Road*, Baily, Howth, Co. Dublin. Please use the entrance on Ceanchor Road and not any alleged entrance on Carrickbrack Road (as erroneously shown on Google Maps and OpenStreetMaps).
* Note that, like the spellings of Earlscliffe and Earlscliff, Ceanchor Road can also be spelled as Ceannchor Road. In fact the two street signs at the end of the road are each spelled differently in both English and Irish!
By coach or car
The garden is located 15.8 km NE of Dublin City centre on the Howth peninsula. Travelling by car or coach from the city centre, travel along the Dublin Road towards Howth. At Sutton Cross, turn right into Greenfield Road (R105) and continue into Carrickbrack Road (L86). One km past the entrance to Howth Golf Club (signed on left hand side of road), turn right into Ceanchor Road. The Robinson Garden at Earlscliffe is at the end of Ceanchor Road on the left hand side (white pillars with black gates marked 'Earlscliff').
Ceanchor Road is a cul-de-sac and it is not possible for coaches to turn at the end of the road. Coaches should turn at the point where a side road branches off to the right about 140 metres from the start of Ceanchor Road. Visitors should alight at this junction.
Travel by Dart to Howth station on the Howth line and get the number 6 bus heading back towards Abbey Street Lower. Alight at bus stop 714 Ceanchor Road (see map above).
Click here for a map showing where the nearest train stations are.
Earlscliffe can be reached by the number 6 Dublin Bus service from Abbey Street Lower in Dublin city centre, alight at bus stop 701 Ceanchor Road (see map above). On average, the number 6 service currently runs hourly. Alternatively, get the H3 Dublin Bus from Abbey Street Lower, alight at Howth Summit, and then a 15 minute walk down the hill (Carrickbrack Road) to Earlscliffe in the direction of Sutton. On average, the H3 service runs every half an hour.
Click here for a map showing where Howth Summit is in relation to Earlscliffe.
For environmental information about Earlscliffe, click here.
Please note. The garden is not currently open to the public and there will be no formal garden tours around Earlscliffe for the foreseeable future. For more details, contact
This page was last updated on 27-Jul-2023 .