"In 1660, Trinity Hall (standing or the ground now occupied by Trinity-place), belonging to Trinity College, was set apart as a medical school".
Dame Lane is noted for a connection to Hely’s Printing Works, once a significant business presence along Dame Court and Dame Lane.
This was to the south of, and accessed directly from, Dame Lane.
In 1818, Trinity Place had 172 residents, and later in Thom's Almanac of 1862 "Trinity-place off Dame-Lane" is listed as having 21 houses, many noted as being in tenements.
There is private parking space near by the apartment behind the Jury's Inn hotel on Christ church only 5 min walking distance from the apartment , Prices are : Evening rate (pm to am 10 euros) ( pm to midnight 7 euros)A contemporary flat that can sleep FIVE people comfortably is situated in the heart of Dublin city center next to the Ha' Penny Bridge and Dublin Castle one of the postal card of Dublin .
In just two minutes walk ( 200 meters) you can be in the middle of the famous Temple Bar area with its lively pubs and restaurants.
Nearby is the well known O' Connell Street where you can find live music shows nightly.
A short walk along the River Liffey and you can arrive at the Jameson Distillery. The neighborhood is vibrant, central and is located just in the heart of town .
It could be entered from Palace St by another short alleyway known as Dame Lane".
Trinity Place, a mainly residential lane and square, existed along this lane for many years in the 19th century, but has long since gone.
The Dame Court and Dame Lane buildings remain today and wrap around the Stag’s Head pub. Today, the lane is part of a small area bounded by South Great George’s Street and Dame Street.