NCBI Louth Office,
14 Jocelyn St.
Phone: 042 9419720
The Louth office is located at The Sensory Resource Centre, a building which we share with Deafhear, 14 Jocelyn St. in Dundalk. It is next door to Paddy Clarke, the photographers, and across the street and on a bit further from St. Patrick’s Cathedral and the Louth County library and museum.
Another good local landmark is the Home Bakery which is located on the corner, towards the town centre, on the same side of the street as NCBI.
NOTE:There are two disabled parking spaces located directly outside the centre.
Travelling by car
From Dublin/Drogheda M1 Motorway Take Exit 16
- Take Dundalk South/Ardee Exit (3rd Exit at roundabout).
- Continue pass Xerox factory on the right.
- Transfer to middle lane (N52) Dundalk
- Continue straight through lights passing Crowne Plaza Hotel on left.
- Continue straight through the next 2
- Continue straight through next set of traffic lights (Revenue & Louth County Council Buildings on left).
- Take the left turn at the next set of traffic lights.
- Sign posted for Town Centre, Carrickmacross and Tourist Information Centre) onto Seatown Place and Jocelyn Street
- Continue straight NCBI on the right-hand side of street, just past St Vincent De Paul shop.
Travelling by train
Dundalk is serviced by Clarke Station, which is some distance outside the town centre. We would recommend taking a taxi from the station to 14 Jocelyn St.
Dundalk is on the main Dublin-Belfast commuter line. It is well serviced with trains from north and south including The Enterprise service.
Travelling by bus
Dundalk’s CIE station is located in the centre of the town. Those travelling independently who are unfamiliar with the town might consider a taxi to 14 Jocelyn St.
Matthew’s Bus service connects Dundalk with Dublin daily. A regular bus service will leave passengers off at The Marsh’s shopping centre. Cross the Rampart’s road and travel up Distillery Lane. Now on Jocelyn St. across from the Centre. Walk across Jocelyn St. to number 14.