Sunday, February 10, 2019
11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Royal Marine Hotel
One of our most popular venues, hosting between 30 and 40 traders per fair, and featuring antique and vintage furniture and interior decor, fine art, vintage kitchen and tableware, collectors items including rare books and vintage memorabilia, antique and vintage jewellery, plus a small selection of vintage fashion and accessories.
The Royal Marine Hotel is easy to find, overlooking the harbour in the centre of Dun Laoghaire. If you take the DART it is just 3 minutes walk from Dun Laoghaire station.
Admission to the fair is 3.50 – or subscribe to our newsletter today and receive regular discounts off admission to all our fairs. You can also text ADD to 085-8629007 to receive a reminder and a €1 discount by text.
Dun Laoghaire is a wonderful destination for an afternoon out: enjoy a walk on the pier and take in the great views and fresh sea air, take afternoon tea overlooking the harbour, or drop in to the famous Farmers Market in the People’s Park for international cuisine, gourmet delicacies and fresh produce.
Royal Marine Hotel
Check our news items for details of special overnight rates in this hotel for visitors to the Antiques Fairs
Since 1828 a hotel has occupied the site now occupied by the Royal Marine Hotel. Originally know as Hayes Royal Hotel, William Dargan builder of the Kingstown Railway bought out the Royal Hotel in 1863 and built the Royal Marine Hotel designed by John McCurdy, who also designed many other buildings and churches of significance in Ireland during this period. The newly developed Royal Marine first opened its doors for business in 1865 and has been a Dublin institution ever since, and has hosted many Heads of State, Kings, Queens and celebrities including old blues eyes Frank Sinatra.
The Hotel closed for extensive re-development in 2004 and re-opened on the 22nd of June 2007 . The re-development includes a new banqueting and conference centre, with a superberb ballroom which enjoys a panoramic view over Dun Laoghaire harbour, which is where the antiques fairs are held. Plenty of parking in the underground carpark (NOTE: up to 3 hours parking free on production of a receipt from the hotel bar, restaurant or coffee shop, otherwise hourly rate is e2.50).
DUN LAOGHAIRE is a coastal resort 6 miles south of Dublin city centre. The Royal Marine Hotel is on Marine Road, overlooks Dun Laoghaire harbour and is adjacent to the Sealink Ferry Terminal. The local DART station is a few hundred yards away, and numerous buses stop nearby, including routes 7, 7A, 8, 46A and 111 from the city centre. About 50 dealers take part in this fair, selling a wide range of antiques and collectors items, including silver, porcelain and glass, jewellery, Victoriana, old advertising, Georgian Â and Victorian furniture, linen and lace, prints, books, coins and banknotes, postcards, military medals, etc. The mix of dealers exhibiting changes from fair to fair, and thus the range of items available at the fairs varies from one fair to the next.
HOW TO GET THERE: Bus 6, 7, 7a, 8 from city centre, or DART to Dun Laoghaire station, and a 3 minute walk. By car, follow signs for the Stena Line (Dun Laoghaire) Car Ferry. The hotel is 2 minutes walk from the harbour.
To view a location map or to book accomodation at Royal Marine Hotel go to the Royal Marine website