Catherine Healy

Catherine Healy

An Italian job on the shores of Lough Erne

An Italian job on the shores of Lough Erne

On the banks of Lough Erne lies a country house inspired by Andrea Palladio’s Villa Forni Cerato

On the market

On the market

Catherine Healy rounds up the best homes currently on offer

On the market

On the market

Catherine Healy rounds up the best homes currently on offer

Wexford’s hidden house on the hill

Wexford’s hidden house on the hill

This lovingly restored farmhouse has a fascinating past as a hideaway-cum-lookout-post in the War of Independence, but is now simply a quiet eyrie with stunning views

There’s something about Seána

There’s something about Seána

Seána Kerslake began her career on screen, yet she is proving as formidable on stage, writes Catherine Healy

All Fired Up

All Fired Up

A vibrant new generation of ceramics makers is breathing new life into an art form often perceived as staid and stagnant

On the market

On the market

Catherine Healy rounds up the best homes currently on offer

Secluded bliss in Donegal for €895,000

Secluded bliss in Donegal for €895,000

Stretching into the Atlantic between Fanad and Horn Head, Rosguill Peninsula is about as far away...

This week

This week

Click on The lives of gay, bi and transgender men take centre stage in masc.life, a gorgeously-sh...

On the market

On the market

Catherine Healy rounds up the best homes currently on offer

This week

This week

Buzz along at the Phoenix Park, the Wicklow Film Festival and enjoy Joyce at the Abbey

This week

This week

Take note The next generation of classical stars is in the spotlight on Saturday and Sunday next,...

Northern Exposure: Ireland's naturist colonies

Northern Exposure: Ireland's naturist colonies

Naturism's Irish practitioners here are determined to take it mainstream, claiming that it engenders a sense of freedom and equality, and has many pyschological benefits

West Cork residence has streak of the poet

West Cork residence has streak of the poet

A home which was once an artist’s retreat frequented by George Bernard Shaw offers a respite for the creative soul in us all, writes Catherine Healy

Lots of breathing room on the Shannon

Lots of breathing room on the Shannon

Ballydoole House in Limerick extends to 464 square metres of modern accommodation