Parslickstown House


About our centre

Parslickstown House is open seven days a week depending on demand and can cater for a range of activities. We are proud that our centre is located among local small businesses supported by the BASE Enterprise Centre and our building still has a lot of the original 19th century brickwork and foundations.

We want the centre to be a positive hub for the community allowing everyone to take part in:

• sport,
• leisure
• community development
• educational and recreational activities

For more information, feel free to call in to our coffee shop or visit us at reception. We will give you a timetable and show you how to book. We always welcome new people getting involved so we can build a better community for all.

Parslicktown House - cafe

What you can find in our centre

Meeting RoomsSuitable for arts and crafts, training, meetings, youth groups and a range of activities.
Office spaceProvides facilities for local services to operate.
Community coffee shopProvides a place for the local community to have tea, coffee, hot food and a chat. The coffee shop provides low-cost meals which are available to the local community.
Ancillary hallAvailable for a wide range of training, education, sporting and recreational activities, includes chairs and tables.
Childcare facilityPreschool childcare.
Youth roomDedicated youth office.
Parslicktown House - annex hall

History of the centre

Parslickstown House is an excellent example of a prosperous nineteenth century farmhouse and is rich in history. It was built around the 1840s. Today, the house is owned by Fingal County Council and is located on a campus with the BASE Enterprise Centre.


  • Active Retired
  • Adult Education
  • Art & Craft
  • Childcare
  • Children's Education
  • Church Groups
  • Community Events
  • Dance
  • First Aid
  • Gardening
  • Health & Wellbeing
  • Integration Programmes
  • Resident Association Meetings

How to get here

You can walk, cycle, drive (free parking) or take the bus.
Bus: 38, 38a, 238, 220.
Get off at the Roundabout Damastown Avenue stop.