Visitors Information

Accommodation available for relatives?

The Clayton Hotel in Liffey Valley is available across the road from the Hermitage Medical Clinic. A special rate is available for relatives and friends of patients from the Hermitage Clinic. There are also Bed & Breakfasts which are situated nearby in Palmerstown and Lucan. Please contact reception for further details.

Finnstown Castle Hotel is located in Lucan, Co. Dublin.
A special rate is available for relatives and friends of patients from the Hermitage Clinic.
Click here for more please dial 01 601 0700.

Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa, Dunboyne is located within a 15 minute drive from the Hermitage Medical Clinic. A special rate is available for relatives and friends of patients from the Hermitage Medical Clinic.

Village at Lyons in Celbridge is just a 10 minute drive from The Hermitage Medical Clinic. A special rate is available for relatives and friends of patients from the Hermitage Medical Clinic.

Local Taxi Information

Lucan Cabs
Tel: 01 6100111

Gala Cabs

Tel: 6266266

Xpert Digi Taxis
(01) 6281777

Public Transport

The following bus routes stop near the Hermitage Medical Clinic:

Buses from Pearse St: 25, 25A, 66, 66A, 66B, 67, 67A
Buses from Aston Quay: 78, 78A

Buses from Blanchardstown Centre: 239
Buses from Dolphins Barn: 210

* Please note that the nearest bus stop for the Hermitage Medical Clinic (travelling west, from
the city centre) is the Liffey Valley Shopping Centre stop. Please take the footbridge to the
other side of the road, take a left turn and after approximately 1km you will come
to a roundabout and the entrance to the Hermitage Medical Clinic is straight ahead.
The Liffey Valley slip road bus stop is the nearest stop to the Hermitage Medical Clinic
for those travelling from west Dublin. From this bus stop please walk straight down
this road until you come to a set of traffic lights, take a left and the entrance to the
Hermitage Medical Clinic is on your left.

Visiting Hours

The Hermitage Medical Clinic allows visiting arrangements to be flexible, consistent with the nature of patients’ illness and the needs of other patients.

The following are the recommended visiting hours:
2.00pm – 4.00pm and 6.00pm – 8.00pm

Visitors may be requested to leave the wards during mealtimes and by
8.00pm each day.

Children under 12 years, other than the patient’s own children, should not be brought to visit. Children must be under the supervision of an adult at all times while in the hospital.

A patient has the right to decline visitors. The Ward Manager can request that visitors leave if the number present or the length of the visit is deemed excessive.

Additional restrictions apply from time to time, e.g. during outbreaks of infectious diseases. Visiting may be severely curtailed, next of kin only at these times.

Relatives and friends are requested not to visit if they have sore throats, flu, vomiting and/or diarrhoea or other infections until they have been well for 48 hours, because of the risk of introducing infection to the patients.

Visiting hours may also be restricted for medical or emergency situations.

Thank you for your co-operation.
Director of Nursing.