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We have booked into the Premier Inn, Dublin Airport for a one night stay. We arrive late one night from Budapest, and leave fairly early the next day for our overseas flight home.. I had read there is a low cost shuttle between the airport/hotel and back but can't find any info on their site. There is no email address that I can call the hotel directly and don't really want to make an overseas call for the info so am hoping someone here might know.
I don't want to arrive at the airport at 10:30 pm and start trying to figure out how to find the shuttle so any help is appreciated.
Thanks in advance.

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