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 (...)

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(...)

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(...)

It would be easy to imagine Dun Chuiliann featuring in a Miss Marple story: the picture-postcard cottage, perched on a hillside among fields and fo(...)

  You only start to get a full sense of how big the games room is at Farnham Hill when you realise that yes, that’s a full-sized snooker t(...)

“People say ‘Tardis’ a lot when they walk in here,” says the owner of 21 Corrig Park, which – from the front at least – looks like a typical 1920s (...)

  If you’re looking for a large home in Blackrock, finding a detached one on a quiet road and yet within walking distance of schools, shop(...)

One of the nicest things about period homes can also be the hardest to live with: those formal rooms to the front of the house, off each side of th(...)

Built in the early 1860s, for wealthy Dubliners to enjoy holiday homes at the seaside, Dun Laoghaire’s Royal Terraces now form an elegant square, b(...)