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Beit Residence – Russborough House

Beit Residence – Russborough House

Russborough House is a palladian mansion offering one of the finest guided tours in Ireland.
From art lovers to historians to the curious passer by our tour will leave you feeling fulfilled and inspired. There are so many things to admire on our tour from the beauty of the Lafranchini ceilings to a wonderful collection of world class art and furnishings

Georgian Townhouse

Georgian Townhouse

Georgian Townhouse (No.25 Eustace Street, Dublin) is the ultimate paradox for one staying in Temple Bar in Dublin. There is nowhere more invigorating in Dublin than the Temple Bar quarter, but once you enter this restored Georgian House you step back in time and a sense of calm and timelessness surrounds you.

Powerscourt Estate

Powerscourt Estate

Where Powerscourt House stands today there was once a 13th century medieval castle, owned by the Le Power Family from which ‘Powerscourt’ takes its name. Powerful Irish families including the O’Tooles and the Fitzgeralds battled for possession of the castle and its lands over the succeeding centuries.

Mullylusty Cottage

Mullylusty Cottage

Margaret Gallagher’s home has featured in television programmes and worldwide publications and she lives in the cottage in a traditional manner. She has a cottage with a rateable value of £10 a year. What she doesn’t have, and doesn’t want, are gas, electricity, an indoor toilet or running water.

Ballywalter Estate

Ballywalter Estate

An Italianate palazzo mansion constructed by Charles Lanyon for Andrew Mulholland, great, great, great grandfather of the present owner. An opportunity to see how Victorian grandeur is matched with a contemporary twist.

Powerscourt Townhouse Centre

Powerscourt Townhouse Centre

Powerscourt Centre is a cultural and speciality shopping centre set in an elegant Georgian house centrally located just off Grafton Street. The house as it stands today is one of the finest 18th century town mansions in Dublin.

No.29 (Georgian House Museum)

No.29 (Georgian House Museum)

Number Twenty Nine is Dublin’s Georgian House Museum.

Visitors take a guided tour from the basement to the attic, through rooms which have been furnished with a unique collection of artefacts and works of art of the time.

Merrion Mews

Merrion Mews

This spacious accommodation is situated above a former coach house and stables and is one of the most significant survivors of an 18th Century Dublin Town House.

Rosedale House Dublin

Rosedale House Dublin

Rosedale House was built in 1862 by Guinness Master brewer “Penny” as his family home. It is a gracious double fronted Georgian house with parkland surroundings and beautiful gardens.

Ashbrook House

Ashbrook House

From the Plantation to the Seige, from Georgian Ireland to the US Marines in Derry, Ashbrook has played a part in every important stage of Derry’s History.

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