Advertisement for Vaughan's Hotel, Parnell Square from The Capuchin Annual, 1944. Image courtesy of Dublin City Library and Archive.

Vaughan’s Hotel, Parnell Square

Vaughan’s Hotel was originally owned by Mrs. Vaughan of Clare. It was at no. 29 Parnell Square. The hotel was an important meeting place during the War of Independence for Michael Collins and the Republican movement. The hotel was referenced in the Bureau of Military history…

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Transforming Parnell Square

We are creating a dynamic cultural quarter in the heart of the city at Parnell Square. This bold and visionary project will fulfil the City’s ambitions for a ‘Civic Spine’ connecting the capital’s key historic places. It will be a new public landmark; a destination…

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