Running alongside the northern banks of the Liffey between the villages of Chapelizod and Lucan, roughly along the western edge of the...
Measuring 709 glorious hectares, Phoenix Park is one of the world’s largest city parks; you’ll find MP3-rigged joggers, grannies pushing...
The restored four-storey Ashtown Castle is a 17th-century tower house that was 'discovered' inside the 18th-century nuncio's mansion...
Another splendid feather in architect James Gandon’s cap, this fine Georgian-Victorian pile, once part of the Guinness estate, was restored to immaculate standard by the state in 2001. Only the ground floor, with a fantastic library and glass conservatory, is on view, but the vast pleasure gardens with lake and walled and Japanese gardens are a delight to stroll.