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Old 07-12-2014, 02:07 AM
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very colourful house in rathfarnham.
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If anyone is ever out walking in Marlay Park , check out the The Fairy Tree . bring the Grandkids ( or kids ) its well worth a visit .
Been there many times with my parents as a kid, great place to be. Was there a few years ago with mum & a friend. Must get her to bring us there sometine.
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Been there many times with my parents as a kid, great place to be. Was there a few years ago with mum & a friend. Must get her to bring us there sometine.
Its well worth a visit just to see that tree .
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Broadford is ever so posh now .
really hahahaa....we bought our first house on broadford crescent for 5,500e lol....can you imagine.....
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very colourful house in rathfarnham.
House is not like that anymore
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Old 10-12-2014, 12:10 PM
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My aunt lives on the same street as that house
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I was in Rathfarnham village recently on a quite Sunday afternoon, still a nice little place, I used to drink in a pub in the centre of the village, I think it was called the Captains Inn, I could see no trace of it. The only people about were too young or foreign bodies so no point in asking any of them. Any one know what happened to the pub?.
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I was in Rathfarnham village recently on a quite Sunday afternoon, still a nice little place, I used to drink in a pub in the centre of the village, I think it was called the Captains Inn, I could see no trace of it. The only people about were too young or foreign bodies so no point in asking any of them. Any one know what happened to the pub?.
Hi It,s the pub with no beer.
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I was in Rathfarnham village recently on a quite Sunday afternoon, still a nice little place, I used to drink in a pub in the centre of the village, I think it was called the Captains Inn, I could see no trace of it. The only people about were too young or foreign bodies so no point in asking any of them. Any one know what happened to the pub?.
I drank in the Captain's which was on the opposite side of the main street to the Castle Inn. I believe it was demolished and the site built on. It had a large car park to the rear so it was a valuable site.
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many thanks Nemesis, Yes it was opposite the Castle Inn only took 2 years to get an answer!
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