Merrion Mews

House - Entire home/apt · Fitzwilliam Lane, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland

This property is located over a working stable that is occasionally used by the Mounted Unit of An Garda Siochana. It is quiet spacious; and the big surprise is the peace and quiet even though it's in the heart of Dublin city.

The Space

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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 with its own small garden - within the classic Fitzwilliam/Merrion Square area of Dublin. Situated on Fizwilliam Lane the Mews is a quaint and charming property.

Built in 1792/93 the house retains much of its historic character and fabric. The garden is one of the few surviving gardens in Merrion Square and most certainly the only remaining garden retaining a 19th century design and layout. The Mews also has a private garden, coach yard coach house and stables.

The stables have been conserved, and given a new life as a place to rest and water the horses of the Mounted Unit of An Garda Siochana while they are on duty in the city centre.

Interaction with Guests

Jean Faye our wonderful house manager will agree a time to meet you and will talk you through the property and then willl leave you to enjoy this little gem situated in the middle of Georgian Dublin.

Room type: Entire home/apt
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Beds: 3
Extra people: No Charge
Minimum Stay: 2 nights
Weekly Price: $2134 /week
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 10:00 AM
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Cancellation: Strict

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  • Great house, nice, comfortable and warm. We were 5 friends coming from Paris and it was perfect. Only need to walk like ten minutes to go anywhere. We recommend it!

    March 2014
  • What a lovely, lovely place to stay in Dublin. So beautiful, full of character and charm, has everything you need and it's in a great central location. We'll be back!

    March 2014
  • The house was really nice and wonderful. It is an old property but it is renovated, well decorated and furnished.
    We were 6 people and the only negative point is that, despite of there were 2 bathrooms, just one shower was able to use.
    We have spend very nice days during St. Patrick´s festival and the property was very good located to go to the center by walk.

    March 2014
  • Such a charming and lovely place! The Merrion Mews sits above a historic mews (that actually still functions!) and offers such an authentic experience as a visitor in Dublin. The 3 quaint bedrooms, each filled with character, large kitchen with everything you need, and giant a bathtub to unwind were just what we were looking for. Jean was a wonderful host, from communication to punctuality, her hospitality was flawless. Location is prime, just a 5 minute walk to St. Stephen's Green and the shops around the area. Definitely stay here if you have the chance!

    January 2014
  • The house is very nice, spacious, clean and situated in a great location close to downtown. Even though we arrived late at night we had no problems at check-in, the host friendly and very helpful. I recommend everyone this accommodation ...

    December 2013
    Irish Landmark
    Response from Irish Landmark:

    Thanks for this review Monica.

  • This place is amazing. Right in the center of Dublin, but still quiet and just lovely. The hosts are amazing and make sure you get everything you need. Check in was great and easy. The rooms are pretty and all in all its a great experience. I can only recommend it!

    November 2013
  • Beautiful property in a great location! It was perfect for our needs.

    November 2013
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Irish Landmark is a non-profit organisation that finds interesting and unusual properties that are in need of conservation, and we give them new life. Since 1992, we’ve been turning historic buildings into truly special self-catering holiday accommodation. Our properties range from lighthouses and schoolhouses, to castles and gate lodges. As an educational charity, our primary aim is to conserve and sustain iconic buildings. That’s why Irish Landmark properties are living buildings, not museum settings. Irish Landmark always respects the history and architectural integrity of the structures we conserve, but we also ensure they have all the contemporary comforts you want in a holiday home.
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