The 5* Radisson Blu St Helen’s Hotel in Dublin was once one of Ireland’s most magnificent private houses. It was built in 1750 as a home for the Dublin barrister Thomas Cooley who was also a member of parliament. It was originally named ‘Seamount House’ and is set in extensive stunning formal gardens believed to have been designed by the famous gardener Nivian Nivien. It was renamed ‘St Helens’ by Lord Gough when he bought it in 1851.

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