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Maura Shaffrey (1940-1997) – a leading light behind Wicklow Lighthouse

August 25, 2017

As Irish Landmark Trust celebrates its 25th anniversary, we remember Maura Shaffrey, the architect on the first ever Irish Landmark Trust restoration project, namely Wicklow Lighthouse. George Bernard Shaw once described how he could “think of no other edifice constructed by man as altruistic as a lighthouse. They were only built to serve”. If you […]

Aspiration One: Select an interesting personality and let the blaze of their historic path guide your trip

February 1, 2017

You don’t need to start studying intensely but a gentle exploration will uncover how many of our properties have links to wonderful iconic figures and historic personalities. Selecting a guiding force and flicking through a book or watching some clips on the Internet is a very unique and intellectually satisfying way to prepare for a […]

Celebrating Standards!

December 28, 2016

Historical experience and personal tales are etched into the fabric of Irish Landmark properties. Through careful, conservation, restoration and refurbishment we have achieved the dichotomy of living within historical walls while also experiencing comfortable, warm, high quality, modern day accommodation. With this in mind, we are delighted to announce that four of our properties -(Merrion […]

Open House Dublin 2016

September 21, 2016

This year Open House Dublin is taking place from 14-16th October. This annual event is now in its eleventh year and is run by the Irish Architecture Foundation. Through an extensive programme of talks, tours and exhibitions, the goal is to highlight the buildings of Dublin that have altered our vision of the city over time, shaped how […]

Start your Culture Night pursuit at the Merrion Mews

September 12, 2016

Join us for a self directed learning experience on Friday 16th September as part of Culture Night in Dublin! The mews building at the rear of No.63 Merrion Square is an integral part of one of the most significant survivals of an 18th century Dublin townhouse  – comprising main house with garden, mews and stables […]