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Rooms for Hire
Steeped in history, Dublin's original Mansion House - Clonmell House - dates back to 1778. The house boasts a wealth of original features including a magnificent sweeping staircase and some of the most decorative plasterwork and cornicing of the period.

Rooms for Hire at No. 17 Harcourt Street

Rooms are now available to hire for your corporate event requirements.

Steeped in history, Dublin's original Mansion House - Clonmell House - dates back to 1778. The house boasts a wealth of original features including a magnificent sweeping staircase and some of the most decorative plasterwork and cornicing of the period.

Events at No.17

We all agree that meetings are much more productive when they take place out of the ‘normal’ office environment. This beautiful building provides a very different space for a special presentation, product launch, board meeting, staff retreats, planning meeting or training session. A stunning location where you will be proud to bring your guests and where they can also work and relax.

The reception rooms of Clonmell House are now available to hire privately for events. The house, which was completely and sympathetically restored to the most exacting standards, and, opened officially by President Mary McAleese in 2008, now offers an unrivalled venue for your corporate requirements.

Clonmell House offers a variety of facilities in this city centre location, from modern meeting rooms to the magnificent interconnecting reception rooms of this beautiful house.

Hire options

The Clonmell Room - up to 35 classroom style/ 60 theatre style

The Council Room - up to 20 boardroom style

The Lane Room - up to 10 boardroom style

The Members’ Lounge - serves as a landing area for events

History

One of Dublin’s most prestigious Georgian streets, Harcourt Street was first opened by John Hatch in 1777.  The following year, Hatch completed a large house near the middle of the west side of the street, now No. 17.

This house was sold to Attorney General John Scott, later Lord Clonmell (the original ‘Copper Faced Jack’) in 1778.

The original design was a large brick mansion of 120 feet frontage; however the wings were later replaced by houses, reducing the frontage of Clonmell house to approximately 60 feet.  Since 1830 the mansion has been divided into two houses.  The larger section, No 17, housed Sir Hugh Lane’s Municipal Gallery of Modern Art until Charlemount House was later used for that purpose.  In 2007, the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland (CPA Ireland) purchased No.17 Harcourt Street for use as its headquarters.

Contact Us

No. 17 offers the best of a quiet location in the heart of Dublin, minutes walk from Stephen's Green and convenient to the Green Luas Line. Location map. For your event enquiries, please email Felicia Gill or telephone 01-4251012. See our brochure for further details. 

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Rooms for Hire at No. 17 Harcourt Street.

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