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The Powerscourt Townhouse Centre has absolutely everything for any tourist. The Centre itself is steeped in history and houses a vast array of shopping from fashion, Jewellery, antiques, arts &crafts beauty and much more. The centre has numerous...more
This is a well designed conversion of a very historic house in the centre of Dublin. It is home to a number of specialist shops and outlets, in particular antique and designer jewellery. It is a great lace to shop, browse or just appreciate the...More
This is now primarily a shopping centre with a central cafe. But there is a fascinating history and it is worth reading it on the exhibits inside. The glorious entrance hall is now a florist. The transition from grand town house to modern shopping centre...More
1st and last time here .. tho server was pleasant .... i got tomato and basil soup and a ham and cheese toastie.... soup looked like bad tomato sause and tasted of nothing .. the toastie was limp ., i took the ham off it...More
Beautiful shopping center in the eighteenth
century Georgian Town House. It's such a unique
space that can not be compared to anything...
I love this place! So elegant, light and airy, a
little paradise. Great to sit on the balcony and
admire the stunning interior.Perfect...More
We went to the Powerscourt Townhouse Shopping Center to have lunch. We found this pretty cafe Pepperpot. They had a short delicious menu, very natural, fresh ingredients, wonderful breads, very original. The line was kind of long , but we were surprised how fast they...More
Always a favourite, bright & cheerful with plenty of atmosphere. Hard to beat a bottle of the house white and two portions of nachos to share. We recommend the chilli beef & the chicken. The staff are great 👍
Within the City centre area, a really nice and bright indoors space to enjoy your coffee/lunch. We visited the "Townhouse cafe" within the Powerscourt centre on a Saturday around noon. The place was pretty busy. Stuff arranged a table soon enough while it took them...More
I love this building, the ambiance and the whole atmosphere. It feels like stepping into another world in the city centre. The last two times I have been there, there is a woman playing the piano. She is so good and it is so nice...More