Fitzwilliam is the “quintessential New England village” with the town common and surrounding 12 homes on the National Register for Historic Places. The 200 year-old Fitzwilliam Inn is a town landmark. Fitzwilliam is well known for its large number of antique shops. Outdoor opportunities abound including mountain climbing, blueberry picking both tame and wild, cross country skiing and snowmobiling in the winter and always the country roads and trails for a short walk in the quiet countryside or an all day trek through the woods.
Bus numbers 38 and 38B through Dublin city center and spend Fitzwilliam Street very frequently. The bus stop is outside Burger King Fast Food Shop on O'Connell Street We are only 5 stops from O'Connell Street, which is the center of Dublin. Busaras (Central Bus Station) and Connolly Station are just 8 minutes walk from O'Connell Street. O'Connell Street, Fitzwilliam is € (exact amount no change is given)
If you take a bus from Dublin Airport or any other part of Ireland Busaras you can walk to O'Connell Street and you'll be traveling south bound on the bus Fitzwilliam St: Baggot St junction. (Dublin Bus drivers are very helpful)
Note: We are three bus stop options from Dublin Airport to Dublin City Centre