O’Connell House is a characteristic Dublin Georgian building located in the heart of the city. The house contains Saint Patrick’s Chapel featuring a superb stained glass window based on a design by Harry Clarke, and a library that contains an outstanding collection of the works of Seamus Heaney. Individual room capacities can vary in accordance with layout and it is advisable to speak with us directly so that we can tailor the room to meet your needs.
Our main reception rooms on the first floor are ideal for larger gatherings. The adjoining rooms are separated by folding doors. Combined, the room comfortably fits 50 diners, 100 people standing and 80 people seated in a lecture setup.
The O’Connell Room on the ground floor has been restored to a high standard and houses an outstanding Seamus Heaney collection and original images of Richard Brinsley Sheridan, W. B. Yeats, and Samuel Beckett. It is especially suited for smaller meetings of up to eight people but it can also be used as a reception room for up to 20 people.
The Library is available for groups of up to 20 people. Situated at the very top of O’Connell House it is a tranquil space for training workshops and seminars.