Merrion Mews

Places to Stay | Dublin, Ireland.

The Mews at the rear of No. 63 Merrion Square is an integral part of one of the most significant survivors of an 18th Century Dublin Town House. Mews house with its own garden and coach yard, survives complete with its stalls and coach House intact. Indeed, this is one of the city’s finest addresses, discreet, quiet and perfectly placed for the sights.

Merrion Mews offers a truly unique experience for guests seeking self catering accommodation in Dublin. The silence and tranquillity experienced will only be broken – occasionally! – by the gentle clip clop of horses hooves on the original cobblestones. Together with the main house, it survives as one of the rare examples of a typical 18th century townhouse in this part of Georgian Dublin.

This spacious accommodation is situated above a former coach house and stables. The stables have been give a new life as a place to rest and water the horses of the Mounted Unit of An Garda Siochána while they are on duty in the city centre.

Address: Merrion Mews, 63 Fitzwilliam Lane, Merrion Square, Dublin 2, Ireland

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