"There is a big white house on Lambay Island - Georgian at a guessr"

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Lambay Island lies off the coast of North County Dublin and is the largest island off the east coast of Ireland. The island is privately owned and is home to an adapted medieval castle. It supports one of the largest and most important seabird colonies in Ireland. The island is accesible, by prior permission only, from Rogerstown Harbour, near the seaside village of Rush. It is popular with scuba divers because of its deep surrounding waters.