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BBQ Facilities, Grounds
Food & Drink
Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed Lunches, Baggage Storage
Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
3:00 PM - 9:30 PM
8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 7 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All children from 7 to 12 year stay free of charge for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are not allowed.
This property only accepts cash payments.
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The Tudor Lodge is in the Wicklow Valley in the village of Glendalough. Adjacent to the Avonmore River the Lodge offers rooms with private bathrooms with TVs and a self-catering lodges.
Score from 183 reviews Very good
Set in the Wicklow Mountains surrounded by landscaped gardens, Trooperstown Woodlodge B&B is just 5 minutes’ drive from stunning Glendalough.
Score from 148 reviews Wonderful
The Old Coach House is an award-winning 18th-century coaching inn, set in the Vale of Avoca. The inn is next to the Meeting of the Waters, made famous by the poet Thomas Moore.
Score from 249 reviews Wonderful
On the picturesque seafront with beautiful views out over the Irish Sea, The Martello Hotel offers hotel rooms or self-catering apartments.
Score from 287 reviews Very good
room a bit old
The area is quiet and peaceful, and the accomodation is top class. The b&b is not in town, so dinner was in Annamoe, just a few kilometers down the road. Laragh and Glendalough is in the opposite direction.
Very poor internet due to mountainous location.
Lovely accommodations and delicious breakfast. Would recommend to anyone seeking a place to stay
Wifi not aval. In your room...better in common area.
We went for a hiking weekend in Wicklow, location is great to access Glendalough, Glenmalure, Lough Dan.. the room was warm and comfy, Carmel was very nice and the breakfast was just unbelievable.
Carmel, who owns the B&B, is lovely, warm and welcoming and couldn't do more to make you feel comfortable within the limitations of some of the issues identified under 'What didn't we like). Breakfasts were superb - plenty of choice and very filling. Location is good. Rooms are spacious. Ample off road parking.
Rooms were dusty and needed a good clean. Too may fripperies and unnecessary items like drapes over the bed (really not for this day and age - too much of a dust trap), screen and metal, ornate type mirror stand are unnecessary in a bedroom and just take up space. Blankets on the bed are too heavy should be replaced by duvets as they are more hygienic. The electrical fitments were hair raising a health & safety test (and no I'm not new Labour!). For example an extension lead was run around from a double power point to the side of the bed and tacked onto the wall not very securely. Ceiling light fitment had cobwebs. Toilet seat was loose and shower too small. There are two toilets en suite but might be better if it was knocked into one with a bigger shower room. No tea making facilities in any of the bedrooms; you had to go to the residents' lounge for this which is quite inconvenient first thing in the morning. No TV in the rooms. No credit card facilities (although that is not such a big deal for us but would be inconvenient for some). Radiators could do with individual thermostats and either they are too hot or cold as there is no way to regulate (too hot stirs up the dust mites unfortunately). I ran a finger along the tops of the picture frames slightly above head height and captured a thick slug of dust off each one. This needs to be urgently addressed. It's a pity because with a few improvements and more attention to detail this B&B could be outstanding. Also Carmels indicates on the booking information that it is in Glendalough but in fact it is several kilometres distant although close enough to get there in 15 minutes but the B&B is not near any amenities (you have to drive to find restaurants & shops).
All was perfect, the hostess is so warm and caring... unforgettable
Friendly owner, comfortable bedroom, good location, great breakfast, would have stopped longer had time allowed.
Hostess, gardens, cleanliness, helpfulness to local area sights.
This would be nice to have hooks in bathroom for towels and clothes to hang up.
totally happy with everything, specially friendly host.
Carmel was most welcoming and had tea facilities with TV etc available for guests. Breakfast was lovely.
B&B not actually located in Glendalough but only a 5/10 minute drive into Glendalough so not too bad.
Nice Irish country hospitality. Friendly staff, made us welcome and we had an ole natter and a bit a craic when we met. Nice family orientated owners. Hope to come back in summer with the kids! Privacy, helpful, well mannered environment.
The only thing I would fault is the coffee at breakfast..instant coffee served in a plunge pot..no not good. I believe the only coffee that should be served anywhere is freshly ground and also to ask folk how strong. I dont do dyke water.
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