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Articles tagged as "Garrison House"

National Heritage Week and Irish Landmark Trust 2019

July 30, 2019

  Irish Landmark Trust properties Open Day on 25th August for Heritage Week 2019

50 Amazing Places to Stay Around Ireland

April 23, 2019

All of us at Irish Landmark are so proud that 5 of or properties are listed in The Irish Times ‘50 amazing places to stay around Ireland‘ .    In fact, you might count 6 of our properties in the list – but we’re going to be very honest and tell you that Wicklow Lighthouse […]

Final fit out at Garrison House and Parade House, Elizabeth Fort

November 9, 2018

WALK THROUGH VIDEO FOR PARADE HOUSE AND GARRISON HOUSE

400 Years of Elizabeth Fort in a Snapshot

October 30, 2018

Throughout history Elizabeth Fort has stood strong, performing like a well-read history book, encapsulating tales and stories from Ireland’s past..  Early in 1590, Elizabeth I ordered the construction of forts for the protection of Ireland’s main port towns, including Cork.    In 1601 George Carew, who was Lord President of Munster, initiated the building of […]

Saving Elizabeth Fort

October 30, 2018

Chris Southgate, Conservation Engineer and Director of Southgate Associates, was appointed by the OPW to carry out a multi-phase restoration project on Elizabeth Fort. Chris describes how he and the team involved transformed the site from ‘an ivy covered dangerous structure into a heritage site with tourism potential’. This is a very modest assessment from […]

Elizabeth Fort Properties Progress Update

October 19, 2018

Clean up and fit out has begun! As you may know, Irish Landmark Trust, in partnership with Cork City Council, has been undertaking conservation work at two properties at Elizabeth Fort in the heart of Cork City.  Situated within the walls of Elizabeth Fort, one of the oldest and most historic sites in Cork, Garrison House and […]

New properties at Elizabeth Fort in Cork

June 21, 2018

Garrison House and Parade House at Elizabeth Fort, Cork City   Irish Landmark Trust, in partnership with Cork City Council, is currently undertaking conservation work at two properties in Elizabeth Fort in the heart of Cork City.   These 2 properties are now available to rent short term as self-catering accommodation