Dublin 6, Dublin City

Dublin 6 is home to the much desired Dublin suburbs of Ranelagh and Rathgar, both offering plenty of entertainment in terms of coffee shops, pubs, boutique shops and small restaurants. 

Ranelagh is home to one of the city’s hidden gems, the Dillon Garden (353 1 497 1308).  Helen Dillon and her husband created this magical garden and it is considered to be one of the jewels of horticultural Ireland, which expresses startling design and perfectly grown plants.

Gardens

Knockrose Garden - The Scalp Kilternan Dublin 18 Ireland
Knockrose Garden
Dublin 18, Dublin City
Knockrose is situated 500 feet above sea level nestling on the shoulder of The Scalp, a geological feature formed by the melting waters of a glacier. Tom and Trish Farrell are the owners and custodians of this beautifully cultivated unique garden ...

Golf

The Island Golf Clubhouse
Island Golf Club, The
Donabate, Co. Dublin
Course Type: Links
The Island Golf Club is one of Ireland's premier links courses. A mere 15 minutes from Dublin Airport. This links course is located across the estuary from the quaint village of Malahide, just north of Portmarnock. This beautiful links course, ...

Self Catering

Selfcatering
The Cottage
A 200 year old cottage on a farm high in the Dublin Mountains, with dramatic views over the city and bay, beautifully restored to provide a relaxing alternative to big city bustle.

What's On

Fingal Farmers Market - Swords Co Dublin - Saturdays
Fingal Farmers Market - Saturdays

Beside Swords Courthouse

Tourist Attractions

Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship Famine Museum - New Ross County Wexford Ireland
Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship Famine Museum
New Ross, Co. Wexford
Docked at Custom House Quay in Dublin's city centre, a step aboard the Jeanie Johnston is a step towards understanding the daunting experience of the millions of people who crossed the Atlantic seeking survival and hope in the 'New World' of Nort ...

Wedding Venues

Shelbourne Hotel Dublin - Wedding Venue - The Great Room
The Shelbourne Dublin
Dublin 2, Dublin City
The Irish Constitution was drafted here and the recent brief closure of this opulent 18th-century hotel overlooking St Stephen's Green (Europe's largest garden square) has served as a reminder to Dubliners that it is still central to life in the ...
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