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This 400-year old hotel is nestled in the beautiful Vale of Avoca, overlooking Woodenbridge Golf Club. Its modern rooms have free Wi-Fi, while its AA Rosette restaurant serves full Irish breakfasts. the area it’s located is beautiful. rooms are comfortable the staff and food where amazing. and we had great fun with the locals
Overlooking the sea and just a short walk from Arklow town, the hotel offers tasty food, an impressive leisure club and 91 rooms, some with spectacular sea views. Dinner was well presented, cooked to perfection and more than normal portions. Staff attentive and very pleasant. Better than expected, there was live entertainment in the lounge from 9pm until 11:30pm and it was wonderful to see, after 2 years in lockdown people letting their hair down in the company of others. The bed, the choice of pillows left us extremely comfortable. First floor Seaview. A most enjoyable experience and would be very happy to stay again.
Located in Arklow in the Wicklow County region and Wicklow Gaol reachable within 18 miles, Moneylands Farm Self-Catering Apartments provides accommodations with free WiFi, BBQ facilities, a garden and... Excellent facilities for self-catering - spacious ground floor and comfortable bedrooms. On-site cafe a nice bonus
Set within 2 acres of gardens, the family-run Riverfield Bed and Breakfast is on the banks of the River Inch. Fabulous family run b&b, hosts we're so friendly and made sure we had everything we needed! The location is so lovely and peaceful and the surroundings of the house itself is idealic!! Playground enclosed for the kids to play! Will definitely return here!
Located in Wicklow, 10 miles from Wicklow Gaol and 14 miles from Glendalough Monastery, Green Meadow Farm Holiday Homes has accommodations with free WiFi and a garden with a terrace and sea views. A comfortable and cosy cottage in a beautiful setting. A great location for a family with kids playground and animals to visit. The children loved collecting the eggs from the chickens . The cottage was spotlessly clean and the hosts were very welcoming. We had a lovely break here and would have loved to stay longer
This is a lovely place in a beautiful location and the external appearance of the pod belied the modern interior. However the Pod designed by a tall man- everything was difficult or impossible to reach, including the bed! The additional of a small step ladder or steps of some some kind would help.
I am Irish..but had never been to Arklow before. A lovely little coastal town with a proud industrial heritage. Like many Irish towns , it has suffered economically…with plenty of vacant shops etc. Hopefully, the facility to work from home will mean that the town becomes less of a commuter satellite town and more the vibrant community that it can and should be. Beautiful location…between the mountains and the sea. Very close to the amazing beach at Brittas Bay. To crown it all, during our stay, the Sunny South East lived up to its name. I would be happy to revisit!
As soon as we arrived liz the receptionist made us feel so welcome. We decided to have some lunch and a cheeky drink . According to my husband the Guinness was ‘ grand ‘ . The room was beautiful, clean with a balcony. The view was breathtaking! The bathroom was clean and nicely decorated. Loads of hot water and towels . We booked dinner and both had the hake , so fresh . Our waitress Marsha was friendly and attentive. There was live music which was pretty good . We slept great , no noise . Breakfast was buffet style, with a choice on the menu too. We had the full Irish and walked the beautiful park nearby . Highly recommend!
Evening meal was good. Breakfast not enough hot food. Room could have been cleaner ie comb webs on ceiling. Tv didn’t work properly and not a lot of stations available. Sink water hot, shower water Luke warm which I found strange. Reported all to reception. Would have been nice to get a phone call after their findings.
I would recommend to see the North and South Beach, and definitely the Clogga beach. Also, do the roadstone walk as the view is amazing from there. Go through Arklow Golf club, there is a path for visitors.
Touring and visiting historic towns and gardens and parks - Mount Usher Gardens at Ashford, National Botanic Gardens at Kilmacurragh, Tomnafinnoge Ancient Oak Woods at Coolattin near Shillelagh, and Altamont Gardens, Co. Carlow. The WW1 Memorial to the Wicklow dead at Woodenbridge is beautifully presented and moving. We did not visit Arklow town on this occasion.
The location was close to Arklow town (approximately 5km) which made getting groceries and food easy. About a 40min drive to Glendalough. A must do if you love nature! Host had lots of recommendations on places to visit in and around Arklow and neighbouring towns and places to eat.
We stay in a lot of hotels and have good ideas of the best and the other. The main thing with this location, which was lovely, were the staff. They really were such beautiful people and we would happily return. Thank you.
Location was great, close enough to drive into town for groceries and meals. The view from the "villas" cannot be beat. The onsite restaurant is fantastic, when it's open. A true gem considering the price.
Great location not far into arklow avoca glendalough ect. Staff very friendly hotel was clean and food was great.
Love the hotel been there many times