Number 10 was once the focus of Irish political and social life. It originally belonged to Lord Belvedere who commissioned the architect Richard Cassels to build the house in 1745. It was later leased in 1750 to David La Touch, founder of the Irish Banking System, who in turn used the house for many functions and receptions.
This tradition continues today as Number 10 is totally restored to its former glory and offers an unrivalled backdrop to whatever the occasion. It is often used for Receptions, Art Exhibitions, Fashion Shows and Press Launches. Number 10 can cater for up to 150 guests depending on the nature of the event.
A superb selection of Canapés and an excellent Wine List and Bar Schedule are available to accompany the occasion.
Number 10 remains today an important City Centre land mark as a magnificent and unique venue available for all manner of Receptions.