Dylan Hotel

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The scheme encourages us to spend money in an Irish hotel, guesthouse or restaurant by giving us a tax rebate on what we spend. Photograph: iStock

The new year is looking a lot brighter than the gloomy one we are about to unceremoniously kick out the back door with a vengeance. There are bright n(...)

Number 1 St Mary’s Road occupies a high-profile location directly opposite the five-star Dylan Hotel

Having served as home over the years to a succession of high-profile occupiers, No 1 St Mary’s Road in Ballsbridge looks set to get a new lease of lif(...)

Emo Court in Co Laois is set on a 250-acre estate.

Holding court Emo Court, the James Gandon-designed country house in Co Laois, is now open to the public. Set on 250 acres of park and agricultural la(...)

Number 1 St Mary’s Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4: located directly opposite the five-star Dylan Hotel

Having served as home over the years to a succession of high-profile occupiers including Ann-Marie Nohl’s famed Expresso Bar Cafe, Marcel’s Restaurant(...)

The HMHS Britannic, sister ship of the Titanic, as a hospital ship, shortly before she sank in 1916

Luck can be a double-edged sword. For Irish-Argentinian nurse Violet Jessop, better known throughout maritime history as “Miss Unsinkable”, there(...)

New-look Dylan: the Wood Panel Room at the Dublin hotel

Dylan dandy The Dylan Hotel, off Upper Baggot Street in Dublin, has unveiled a redesign that includes a new restaurant, bar, terrace and residents’ c(...)

 Charlie Chawke: is opposing an office block development close to his pub Searson’s by Simplicity Developments.   Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Dublin publican Charlie Chawke has appealed to An Bord Pleanála over a decision by Dublin City Council to grant permission for an office block located(...)

The Clarence Hotel is one of a number of Dublin hotels reported to be taking legal action against the operators of an escort site. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

The use of Irish hotels by escorts has been driven down from its heights during the Celtic Tiger by a combination of enhanced security technology and (...)

Ross O’Carroll-Kelly: “Sorcha, please. I genuinely don’t think I can do this. I’ll find another job. I could give the Leinster Branch a ring”

It’s nice to know that, after however many years we’ve been married, me and Sorcha still have the capacity to surprise each other. “Sacked?” she goes(...)

Solis Lough Eske Castle in Co Donegal welcomes dogs, who are allowed anywhere on the grounds – which provide ample opportunity for walks and runs.

From pointy-eared handbag dogs to doe-eyes spaniels, you’ll see canines great and small in hotels and restaurants around Europe, most notably in Franc(...)

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