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On Ireland’s beautiful east coast, Powerscourt Hotel is a 5-star hotel tucked away in the woodlands of County Wicklow. There are stunning spa facilities and an award-winning restaurant, Sika. This hotel exceeded all expectations in every respect. It is one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in. Amazing, spacious room with terrace overlooking Mount Sugarloaf. Excellent staff and amenities; dinner in restaurant was first rate and breakfast excellent, and the grounds are simply amazing, with the old manor house and formal gardens, the nearby waterfall (highest in Ireland) and its own on-site distillery. Beautiful golf course though we did not get a chance to play; and excellent pool, health club and spa although we did not use. Will have to come back!
Dating from 1715, this picturesque country house is located in the village of Enniskerry, next to Sugarloaf Mountain and 25 minutes’ drive from Dublin’s center. food and staff were excellent . they looked after us from day one till we left first class hotel . tell shay the manager the boys from Edinburgh had a ball thank you Russell borthwick
Located just off the famous Wicklow Way Trail, the modern Knockree Hostel offers far reaching views of the stunning Irish countryside and of Glencree Valley, facing Maulin Mountain. The hostel is conveniently on te Wicklow way. It is spotless clean and super comfy. The scenery from the place is breathtaking .The staff is super helpful
Located in Bray, 2297 feet from Bray Beach, Firefly features express check-in and check-out and free WiFi throughout the property. Stayed here the first week of opening and we were so delighted with the facility! You use your phone as your keycard to get in and out of the building and room. Downstairs has a vending machine full of drink, snacks, chargers, toothbrushes, deodorant, everything! Also a water fountain to refill bottles. The room was spotless and so trendy! Bed was so comfortable, nicest sleep! Tv has Netflix built in, good nespresso coffee machine too! Shower with waterfall head was so nice, all body wash, shampoo and conditioner felt like really good quality and in lovely glass refill bottles, no single use plastics in this property. Right on the Main Street, so handy for food and drinks. 100% would stay again.
Set 8.1 mi from RDS and 8.1 mi from Aviva Stadium, The Nook County Dublin features free WiFi and mountain views. Thank you Daniel for hosting our family, everyone had very comfortable 5 nights stay , the property is spacious , clean and very quiet , we love the location and surrounding . Easy access to M50 direct from the airport and close to Bray Town for any amenities. Daniel was very attentive from the booking period until we checked out. If our family come for a visit in the future, we will stay here again. Thank you
Set in Dublin in the Dublin County region and RDS Venue reachable within 9.3 mi, Ledville Castle offers accommodations with free WiFi, BBQ facilities, a garden and free private parking. Spacious comfortable accommodations with plenty of room. Kitchen was a huge plus, and outdoor grill! Beautiful historic property with “staying with family” feel! Close to Trainline, local restaurants excellent.
The antiques shop was wonderful! The owner was delightful,so knowledgeable about Enniskerry, loved all his anecdotes! Would definitely go back to spend a whole day rummaging in the piles of delights!!
Powerscourt has an amazing hotel which is close to the awesome Powerscourt house and gardens .Visited in autumn and the colours were on fire and vibrant .There is also a waterfall nearby for 6 euros entrance fee The backdrop of the Wicklow mountains adds to the ideal scenery .Powerscourt town is quaint with a typical Irish feel To get to Enniskerry from the north of Ireland travel on M50 southbound and then M11 ,you don’t go into Wicklow town centre itself Enniskerry is before this ,a place well worth a memorable visit .
Went to the Enniskerry Inn for food and drinks - fabulous service, quality of food, and value for money. The village is quaint - and Powerscourt Hotel do a complimentary shuttle to and from the village. Car parking is an issue here.
Everything was amazing the remote in the room for lights and the curtains was especially impressive along with the tv in the room, everything was amazing the bed was huge and so comfy ill never have a better sleep at home having slept in that luxury, the spa was the best part absolutely amazing, only complaint is ive been going there years and its the same menu in the box and it needs to change coming from a chef.. i ordered the brushetta and it was cut into a circle the size of a ring on your finger whereas my partner ordered the wrap and it was the full wrap.. i was starving and wished id ordered the wrap very disappointing meal.. the price of powerscourt should reflect on what is on offer i was still hungry after my lunch which was very disappointing we also didnt eat in the hotel 30 euro for a breakfast was a bit outrageous when we got it for 9 euro in enniskerry village? Same as for dinner low budget price menus need to be included .. overall a lovely stay but prices do really need to be evaluated to suite common society and not just upper class having to leave a hotel to go and eat somewhere else is not ideal all because of higher prices than a couple of yards down the road.
Convenient for the Powerscourt Estate, Gardens and Waterfall. A good starting place for exploring the Wicklow Mountains. Only one hour drive or bus ride South of Dublin. The restaurant at the Enniskerry Inn is very good and has live music on Saturday night. Breakfast at the nearby Poppies is good too.
Location is fantastic, Enniskerry village just a few mins away and you can use the transport in the hotel to drop you and collect you. Powerscourt house and gardens is a must to visit and the food is amazing there too. You can pick up some gifts there is you like
food and staff were excellent . they looked after us from day one till we left first class hotel . tell shay the manager the boys from Edinburgh had a ball thank you Russell borthwick
The setting here is quiet and beautiful.