South William Street,
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Powerscourt is a unique Centre where fashion, beauty, hair salons, antiques, jewellery, gifts, restaurants and cafes all can be found under one roof (42 different shops, galleries and boutiques). The house as it stands today is one of the finest 18th century town mansions in Dublin. With its historic past the centre's architecture serves as a magnificent setting for browser's and shoppers alike.
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Emily B. lives 1.35 km from Powerscourt Centre
on August 24th, 2012
This is one of the best spots in town! It's so central, everything you'd need is nearby and they have such a nice selection of cafés and stores it's always hard to know if I should shop first and then get a coffee or vise versa.
It's all very boutique, so it can get a little expensive, but the quality of the clothes in here are great and they look so nice! Much more relaxing than shopping in Jervis or the Ilac centre :)
Sean B. lives 27.19 km from Powerscourt Centre
on June 1st, 2012
Dublin's classiest and best-hidden shipping centre! (Or if there are others, they're too well hidden, because I haven't seen them). This place is packed with nice Cafés and places to eat, as well as a selection of lovely shops. The antique stores on the top floor are particularly good.
If you're not looking to spend much (not easy in this place!) then I highly recommend the Pepperpot Café, which is on the first floor, overlooking the court in the middle. They do lovely home-made food and a really nice hot chocolate (for when it's cold out) or lemonade (for when it's not).
Overall the stores in here are a bit on the pricy side, but there's some good value for money if you look and the building itself is beautiful, so it's worth wandering through just to admire the place!