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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
On a morning walk we went to the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre not knowing what to expect. We were surprised. The multilevel shopping center was a most attractive mall. Antiques, gifts—they had it all in a very pleasant atmosphere. Just off Grafton Street, it seemed shoppers...More
We just happened to walk into the Powerscourt Centre as we were exploring near Trinity College. This was a real treat! (Especially since our son is getting married and many of the shops are designer jewelry, clothing, wedding).
There are three levels of small specialty...More
Visited Willow and Clo, a beautiful artisan jewellery shop owned by Chloe Townsend. So friendly and helpful she recommended lunch in the Pepperpot upstairs. Best bacon and cream cheese sandwich in a long time...and I bought a gorgeous ring from Chloe too. Highly recommend both...More
Found in the creative quarter of Dublin, the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre houses an assortment of shops and restaurants in a delightful space. We stumbled across this as we were exploring the area and were glad we had . Definitely worth a visit and a wander...More
Powerscourt, is a large renovated old Dublin townhouse . It contains some very interesting shops, designer clothes , jewellery , and antique shops. It also has a very good lunch/coffee shop on the ground floor , as well as a number of other places to...More
Beautiful mansion house now a place to shop and eat.The integrity of the building remains and is an evocative place to visit.Great places to eat and individual shops.
So unusual and on a quiet Sunday was open and buzzing with people.Bought some Irish gifts from...More
This massive former townhouse of a noble family now houses several cafes in the covered courtyard, many individual shops of local wares and a theatre on the top floor that presents hour long, lunch time plays. Very special experience.
The development of this old town house into select shopping centre is worth a look alone. Plus quirky and beautiful shops, and a large cafe in the old courtyard make it well worth a detour, especially on a rainy day.
Went to counter culture for brunch
Was recommended to us
Very bad staff
So slow to serve us and there was only six people in the place
2 female staff on one male
The girls just kept talking
Had no interest in been...More