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The Embassy

Practical information on who we are and how to find us.

The Embassy of Ireland in The Hague, The Netherlands



Ambassador: Mr. Kevin Kelly

Deputy Head of Mission: Mr. Robert Jackson

Second Secretary: Ms. Lorraine Cooke

Directions to the Embassy

The Embassy is located in Scheveningen which is the coast area of The Hague (Den Haag in Dutch) and is accessible in 15 minutes by public transport from the main train stations, Centraal and Hollands Spoor.
To plan your train journey to The Hague, please visit

By Public Transport

From Den Haag HS (Holland Spoor) Station take tram 1, in the direction of Scheveningen Noorderstrand. Exit the tram at the stop called 'Duinstraat'. You can use your Public transport card in the tram or purchase a ticket at the driver for €2.50.

Travelling from Den Haag Centraal station, take tram 2,3, 4 or 6 to Spui/Stadhuis where you can then get on tram 1 in the direction of Scheveningen Noorderstrand and exit at 'Duinstraat' as instructed above. The embassy is located across the street on the corner of Helmstraat and Scheveningseweg (No.112). For more information on trams including a time table, please visit or

By Car

The Embassy is accessible by car by a number of different routes, depending on which route is taken on entering the Hague. To calculate the fastest route, please use a website such as or Please note that parking is difficult in the area.