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Newly launched - The Five-Star Merrion Square – A Georgian Gem.
Exclusively Yours! Whether for business or pleasure, discernings clients will relish the extra freedom and privacy while staying at this extraordinary Georgian residence - A perfect alternative to a 5-Star hotel with exclusive use from only €3,000 per night.
The Five Star Merrion Square, Dublin presents the rarest of opportunities for gracious living or business gatherings in Ireland’s most elegant Georgian garden square. Indeed, this is one of the most culturally and historically significant squares in Ireland. The silence behind the 26 sash windows in this light-filled elegant Georgian building is remarkable, considering that the centre of Dublin - Grafton Street and St Stephen’s Green and galleries, restaurants and business hub are only a short stroll away.
With stunning roofscapes of the Dublin city skyline and views of the sculpture-filled gated park and beyond, this vast central city residence with complete privacy is now available for short-term as a private residence and conference venue. Only a small number of the grand houses in this square now remain residential. This 5-storey residence extends to 5,037sq ft complete with a lift and a separate one-bedroom basement apartment. There’s a 5-star international feel to the contemporary, luxurious and restful décor and upon entering the impressive formal lobby with a glimpse of the ornate plasterwork and original features, there’s a feeling of a very special haven of history and calm - an extraordinary Georgian gem.
One of the greatest poets of the 20th century, WB Yeats, lived in this home on Merrion Square for a time. Other famous residents of Merrion Square include Oscar Wilde, who lived at 1 Merrion Square, where there were regular salons held for guests such as Bram Stoker, Isaac Butt and Sheridan Le Fanu. Daniel O’Connell lived at No. 58 and the Duke of Wellington, Arthur Wellesley was born in a house that is now the Merrion Hotel. The square has remained fashionable and desirable throughout the years, with Leinster House, the Palladian mansion which is the seat of Ireland’s Oireachtas on one side and the National Gallery of Ireland.