Marie-Thérèse and Ruairí de Blacam’s multi award-winning chic, yet rugged restaurant and suites on Inis Meáin is reopening for the season on March (...)

Just as Dalkey Avenue winds up towards Killiney Hill, Glen Almond sits to the right, so that its kitchen and rambling back garden have views across(...)

Lovely Dartmouth Square has had its ups and downs over the years. Over time, a great many of these graceful Victorian redbricks had been divided in(...)

It’s hard to say what is most immediately striking about Aysgarth. There’s its size – a vast 400sq ft (4,300sq m), then the extensive lawns wrappin(...)

Two doors down from No 66, Ambers at No 64 Monkstown Road was built in the 1970s to complement the existing Victorian Terrace, which they have done(...)

From fireplaces to bell pulls, the stained glass fanlight to the elegant ceiling roses, 66 Monkstown Road is brimful with original features. It is (...)

Built on the grounds of Ballintyre Hall, the Ballintyre estate won Irish Development of the Year for Ray Grehan’s Glenkerrin Homes back in 2005, an(...)

Coliemore Road winds out of Dalkey village, dipping down to the pretty harbour, before finishing up at Sorrento Terrace. With views across the sea (...)

There’s no fear of noisy neighbours at Alba. The house, a former rectory, is just beside a Carmelite monastery, from which Convent Road derives its(...)

Head of design at the school of creative arts at DIT Grangegorman, Barry Sheehan is also a designer and architect, with projects ranging from a St Pat(...)