Welcome to the Enterprise Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown car rental page. Choose from a wide selection of cars ranging from smaller economy cars to larger SUVs and people carriers
The county of Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown (DLR) is part of the Dublin region in Leinster. It takes its name from a former borough and barony – Dun Laoghaire and Rathdown, respectively. DLR may be Ireland’s smallest county, but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in appeal. The Irish Sea borders the county in the east, and that means a vibrant coastline to explore when visiting. From surfing or cliff jumping to just relaxing on the superb beaches, the coastline here promises entertainment. For those who prefer to explore on their travels, the towns, villages and suburbs that make up the county are just waiting to be discovered. Start from the county town of Dun Laoghaire and venture into Cherrywood to Killiney. After exploring the interesting places in Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown, you can check out the various restaurants and entertainment hubs in the county. With a rented car from Enterprise Rent-a-Car, you can drive across the countryside as you take in the breathtaking sights.
Offering such diverse possibilities, trips to Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown will never be the same. If you're travelling as a family, renting a small car for your trip allows you to conveniently explore the area at your own pace. Small cars have the advantage of navigating through narrow streets with ease, and they also make parking simple, though they should not be considered if you hope to traverse the smaller, country roads in adverse weather conditions. In these cases, a four-wheel drive is much more suitable for tackling the mountain roads. For those travelling as a group of adventurers, together with their hefty climbing and surfing equipment, a people carrier ensures transportation is simple. For anyone relocating to Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown, we offer a number of commercial vans, too.
This county is great for exploration and adventure, as well as more relaxing, family-based activities. The National Maritime Museum offers detailed accounts of maritime history in Ireland. Check out artefacts, exhibitions and even an art gallery for extensive heritage lessons. Half a mile from Dun Laoghaire, you will find Monkstown, which used to be the grounds for Monkstown Castle. Go to Sandyford and be amazed by the splendour of Fernhill Gardens, which contain over forty acres of azaleas, trees, shrubs and woodland.
For a taste of some local delicacies, such as gourmet cheese, the weekend markets in Blackrock are the perfect places to indulge those taste buds. Besides food, you can find antiques and crafts from the region, too. With a hired car, you can even drive to the heritage town of Dalkey, where the medieval era is epitomised in a majority of the buildings and narrow streets. The tower of James Joyce is not only a unique structure, but also houses a museum complete with letters and memorabilia of the famed poet.
County Wicklow is one of DLR’s neighbours and makes an ideal destination when exploring the wider region. It is not called the Garden of Ireland for nothing - it is characterised by beautiful landscapes everywhere you turn. Wren’s Wood Garden, Mount Usher Gardens, The National Botanical Gardens and June Blakes Gardens are just a few of the examples that give Wicklow its fascinating aesthetic appeal. The waymarked long-distance trail of Wicklow Way is the oldest in Ireland. Book a car and take the Bluewalk Tour to experience Arklow Tidy Town in all its glory.
From Dublin International Airport, only 12 miles from the county, you can arrange for a car hire and drive anywhere. Save time by booking your rental early so that your adventures can start right away.
The M50 is the motorway to use, as Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown is located only 4 miles to its south. Motorists can access Dublin using the motorway and move from there to other neighbouring counties. The several exits on the motorway will lead you to different towns, including Leopardstown, Carrickmines, Loughlinstown and Cherrywood. Then there is the N11 that heads to the city centre. The county utilises the pay-and-display parking system, so be sure to take this into account when leaving your hired car unattended.
From large people carriers to smaller economy cars, Enterprise Rent-a-Car guarantees cheap rates on car hire from our Dundee branch. Our economy cars are renowned for being cheap to hire as well as low running costs with great fuel efficiency. Book online in advance for our cheapest prices, alternatively book in branch and get the car that suits your needs.
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