Farmleigh House and Estate, Dublin

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  • Stopped here for lunch today and was very pleasantly surprised. The staff were very friendly, helpful and professional. The food was simple but tasty and good value. Great coffee. Lovely views over th...  more »
  • An absolute must if you have the time. The tour is wonderful, the grounds immaculate and they even make a half decent coffee. Out the back is an organic garden, and the gardener is lovely to stop and ...  more »
  • Drive, cycle or walk to Farmleigh in the Phoenix Park in Dublin for a most enjoyable experience. If you drve there's plenty of parking. Once there you can have a wonderful walk around the grounds, inc...  more »
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  • This place is phenomenal, had the pleasure of actually spending quite a bit of time here with work and when it was closed to the public and have to say it really is a treasure. It makes an amazing tourist attraction but also a rich piece of history and culture. There are a few must sees and if you are on a tour ask about the hidden staircase behind the secret door as well as the chairs in the entrance way and their secrets. While you can only tour downstairs the upstairs rooms are equally spectacular. The Billard room is amazing and so are the bedrooms. I haven’t even mentioned the gardens and they are worth a visit in themselves.
  • Beautiful house. Did a walk around tour today. Fantastic. Very opulent inside. Fabulous photo's of dignitaries displayed around the various rooms. There is normally a guided 45 minute tour that can be done every day. It's free of charge. A definite if your in Dublin.
  • Fabulous tour with Margaret. I enjoyed the tour and would recommend to everybody. Just rating 4 stars because buggies are not allowed and children must be carried in the arms. Sure the visit is not for children but I think it would be great to have these facilities.
  • Love here for just a walk. Lovely cafe art gallery. Monthly farmers market .
  • Beautiful and elegant, fantastic place for a calming walk and to grab something tasty to eat followed by a very nice coffee.

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