Glencullen is a village and townland near Dún Laoghaire in South County Dublin. It is in the civil parish of Kilternan. The village is on the R116 road on the slopes of Two Rock Mountain, above the valley of Glencullen, from which it takes its name. Its highest point is at a height of about 300 metres (980ft), making Glencullen one of the highest villages in Ireland. The village is best known for Johnnie Fox's Pub, which claims to be the highest pub in Ireland. There is also a part-time library and a national school called St Patrick's in the village. The Stars of Erin are the local GAA club while there is also a nine-hole golf course and 18-hole pitch and putt course. The number 44B Dublin Bus service runs from the Dundrum Luas station to Glencullen.