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The Irish Landmark Trust announces rate increase.

June 2, 2022

Dear Customers   As a charity, the Irish Landmark Trust aims to ensure our pricing is fair for as many people as possible. However, with rising energy and running costs we have had to review our pricing and increase our rates and energy fees in line with inflation.   In addition, we have listened to […]

Call for Expressions of Interest – Panel of Conservation Advisors for Irish Landmark Trust

March 2, 2022

The mission of Irish Landmark Trust (ILT) is to save heritage buildings which are abandoned or at risk throughout the island of Ireland. ILT undertakes their conservation, restoration and maintenance by adapting them to new uses.  This usually means making them suitable for short-term (e.g. holiday) lettings. ILT has engaged panels of advisors at intervals […]

Back on site at Goggin Cottage thanks to funding from the Heritage Council

December 8, 2021

  After a gap of 9 years, Irish Landmark is delighted to be back on site at Goggin Cottage.  Funding received from the Heritage Council in 2021 has enabled the project to re-start. Goggin Cottage is an important early nineteenth century thatched cottage that has survived virtually unaltered.  The cottage has no electricity or running […]

Late Availability Offers

September 17, 2021

Late availability discounts are available on new bookings within the next 14 days

Revisiting Wicklow Head Lighthouse – 25 Years On

August 19, 2021

  As part of Heritage Week 2021, ‘Revisiting Wicklow Head Lighthouse – 25 Years On’ tells the story of this iconic Irish Landmark Trust property. Through the support of the Heritage Council, we are able to revisit the project 25 years later and prepare an in depth Conservation Report to help plan a programme of […]

Heritage Council Fund Wicklow Head Lighthouse Conservation Report

July 29, 2021

Safeguarding the scenic Wicklow coastline since 1781, Wicklow Head Lighthouse is visible from miles around.  The lighthouse is a well loved and valued part of the local community’s heritage but it has suffered during lockdown and consequent lack of regular use by Irish Landmark guests. The restoration of Wicklow Head Lighthouse was the first project […]

Presentation to retiring CEO, Mary O’Brien

May 12, 2021

The recent retirement of Mary O’Brien as CEO of Irish Landmark Trust was marked with the presentation of a very special oil painting, commissioned on behalf of ILT trustees, past and present. This striking depiction of Wicklow Head lighthouse, the first ever restoration project undertaken by Irish Landmark Trust, is the work of the noted […]

Housekeeper Required – Part Time

April 21, 2021

A Housekeeper is required to join Irish Landmark’s Team.  The position is located in Co. Donegal.

Major renovation works at Termon House and the Lightkeeper’s House at Loop Head

November 1, 2020

This project received funding from the Heritage Council and the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage in 2020. The Covid 19 pandemic brought a halt to all holiday letting at Irish Landmark’s properties.   Irish Landmark decided to use this time to assess what repairs were required at the properties to maintain a high standard […]

Irish Landmarkers – Experts in Isolation

April 3, 2020

  These are difficult days:  we are all in the midst of a humbling and trying atmosphere.  We face a long period of imposed and unexpected isolation.  We don’t want to be here, we did not book it, and given the option we would definitely check out early. Our Irish Landmarker guest community has an […]