America vs Europe in the 2011 Solheim Cup, the event will take place in County Meath which is only a short distance from Dublin. Hotels Dublin Hotels can be booked at dashhotels.com which will give you the best rates for your stay.
Dublin City to Killeen Castle:
•From Dublin you need to get on the N3 Navan / Cavan Road
•From City Centre this is found by heading for Blanchardstown along the Navan Road.
•From the Airport by heading Southbound on the M50 Motorway to the last exit before tollbridge M50 at junction 6 signposted Cavan.
•From South Dublin by heading Northbound on the M50 Motorway to the first exit after tollbridge M50 at junction 6 signposted Cavan.
•Leave the M50 at junction 6 signposted Cavan and head North 15 miles on N3 to the town of Dunshaughlin.
•Pass through to the top (North End) of the town where you will see Peters Bar just before traffic signals.
•Turn left at traffic signals after Peters Bar and continue past schools & GAA Club.
•At the roundabout take the exit for Dunsany (straight across). Proceed down this road until you reach a roundabout, take left exit Killeen Castle Main Entrance is on right hand side approximately 1/2 mile down this road.
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