a rambling farmhouse bar

About Taylors

about taylors

A brief history
of Taylors

The name Taylor’s Three Rock is derived from two sources; The Taylor Family Homestead and Three Rock Mountain.

Since the 1690s, the Taylors were eminent farmers and in the 18th Century, Thomas Taylor became Lord Mayor of Dublin. The Taylor’s continue to live and farm in the locality and many roads and place names bear their family name. The family are also credited with initiating the landscaping of the stunning 220-acre Marley Park, located across the road.

Three Rock Mountain, one of the most prominent peaks on the South County Dublin skyline, rises directly behind the pub and provides a gateway to the infamous Dublin and Wicklow mountains.


about taylors

Best Irish Show
in Dublin

Located in the heart of Rathfarnham, Dublin, beside Marlay Park, Taylors is the perfect venue for private functions, a bite to eat or a bit of craic. Live music in the Farmhouse Bar every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night.

Taylors Three Rock is home to two of Dublin’s Top tourist attractions and Best Irish Night Shows (Taylors Irish Cabaret & Taylors Irish Night) and of course, RTE’s Dragon’s Den – a traditional Irish pub with a twist!