Egans House

A Short History of EgansHouse

Eganshouse comprises numbers 7 and 9 Iona Park, Glasnevin, Dublin 9.
Iona Park was built between 1909 and 1911 as part of the development of Henry Gore Lindsay’s estate in Glasnevin. Numbers 7 & 9 Iona Park were built in 1909 and 1910 respectively, by the renowned builder, Alexander Strain. The representatives of Henry Gore Lindsay and Alexander Strain owned these properties until they were purchased by the previous owner of Eganshouse in 1971.

Glasnevin, or Glas Na’on, ‘Stream of the Infants’ — also known as Glas Naedhe, O Naeidhe’s Stream, first came into prominence in the sixth century, when St Mobhi founded a monastery on the banks of the river Tolka, on the present site of Glasnevin Village.
After the Anglo-Norman invasion of Ireland in the twelfth century the lands of Glasnevin became the property of the Holy Trinity (Christ Church Cathedral) and in its returns for 1326 it was stated that 28 tenants resided in Glasnevin...

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Family run business

Friendly and knowledgeable Staff

WiFi in all rooms
€5.00 per 24 hours

Full Irish Breakfast available €8.00

Private parking available
€7.00 per day

Small number of smoking rooms and private outdoor smoking area

Computer, fax and printing facility available

 

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Egans House,
7 Iona Park, Glasnevin, Dublin, Ireland.
Telephone: 00 353 1 830 3611 Fax: 00 353 1 830 3312
Email: info@eganshouse.com