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Dublin 4, Dublin City

One of the most desirable postcodes in Dublin, D4 is home to the RDS and the upmarket Donnybrook area, where ladies like to lunch. 

Visitors to this regal part of Dublin will enjoy a stroll around the Herbert Park (353 1 222 5278), or a visit to Shelbourne Park Greyhound stadium (353 1 668 3502), which offers a terraced grandstand and lounge. 

A less well known point of interest is the National Print museum (353 1 660 3770), which was established to document the history of printing in Ireland and houses a collection of over 10,000 objects that cover the whole range of the printing craft in Ireland. 

Gardens

Carysfort Lodge Garden
Carysfort Lodge
Blackrock, Co. Dublin
This pretty 1890s lodge and its sunny, square back garden were rescued from a dreadful fate as the car park for a nearby pub. When the Dillons became its saviour the property was run down, there were a few old apple trees in the garden and the ho ...
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Golf

Killeen Golf Club - Kill County Kildare Ireland
Killeen Golf Club
Straffan, Co. Kildare
Course Type: Parkland
Killeen golf course was designed in 1980. Since then the course has undergone many changes both in size and design to get it to the high USGA standard that it is at today. With the purchase of extra land in 1990 the team of Tom Craddock and P ...
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Self Catering

Selfcatering
Avon Ri Blessington Resort
Blessington, Co. Wicklow
For centuries, the hill where Avon Rí is now located looked out over a valley created by the Liffey and King's River. Avon Rí has taken its name from the latter and now looks out of the Blessington Lakes – a reservoir created ...
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What's On

Point Village Market - Dublin - Saturdays & Sundays
Saturdays and Sundays 10am to 6pm

North Wall Quay, Dublin 1 (next to the Point Theatre, end of Red Luas Line)Dublin

Contact:

http://www.pointvillagemarket.ie/
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Tourist Attractions

Dublin City Hall - Story of the Capital - Dame Street Dublin 2 Ireland
Dublin City Hall - Story of the Capital
Dublin 2, Dublin City
City Hall is an outstanding example of the Georgian architecture for which Dublin is world-renowned. The vaults now host the multi-media exhibition, 'Dublin’s City Hall: The Story of the Capital'. This exhibition traces the evolution of Ir ...
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Wedding Venues

The Mansion House Events Centre - Wedding Venue - Dublin
The Mansion House Events Centre
Dublin 2, Dublin City
The Mansion House Built in 1710 for Joshua Dawson after whom Dawson Street was named, The Mansion House was bought by Dublin Corporation in 1715 and became the official residence of the Lord Mayor of Dublin. Steeped in history, The Mansion Ho ...
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