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In the heart of the Wicklow Mountains National Park, the Glendalough Hotel has views of the ruined Glendalough Cathedral. The hotel offers rooms with private bathrooms, a restaurant and pub. Amazing location at the heart of the National Park. Friendly staff, very nice proposition at the restoran for hotel guests.
Located in Laragh, Heather House provides free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a restaurant, a bar and a garden. A à la carte breakfast is available daily at the bed and breakfast. Congratulations to Heather House and Restaurant for such a great job. They are 100% hands on and very accommodating. Many thanks to Bridget for showing us around and arranging all details and request. I will be back.
Set in the Wicklow Mountains surrounded by landscaped gardens, Trooperstown Lodge is just 5 minutes’ drive from stunning Glendalough. Fantastic stay in this b&b. Warmly greeted and treated with such positivity. Highly reccomend a stay here if you are traveling the area . You won’t be disappointed .
Located 3.1 mi from the village of Laragh, Clarisses Cottage provides free WiFi, 3.7 mi from Glendalough Monastery and 5 mi from Sally Gap. The place is AMAZING!! extremely clean and has everything you need. The pictures do not do it justice. About a 10 min drive to Glendalough visitor parking. Couldn't recommend it enough.
Set in Laragh in the Wicklow County region and Glendalough Monastery reachable within 2.6 mi, Glendalough Glamping offers accommodations with free WiFi, BBQ facilities, a garden and free private... A piece of paradise. Only problem was we only stayed one night! Next time we'll stay longer.
Set in Laragh, just off the Glenmacnass Valley, Mountain View Lodge offers a patio with outdoor seating area overlooking the countryside. This was a fabulous stay. The cottage was immaculate and had everything needed for our hiking weekend. Host was very welcoming and pleasant. Would highly recommend
Croneybyrne Courtyard has very comfortable cottages in the heart of Wicklow countryside yet within a short drive of several attractions. Carol was great to communicate with, her instructions and directions were very clear. She is an extremely friendly lady. The information folder was detailed and helpful. The unit was lovely. The living area was large and comfortable. The 3 bedrooms were all very large and each had an ensuite. The furnishing are tasteful and add a homely feel. The kitchen was fully equipped with appliances and utensils. Fresh eggs were on hand each day. The grounds are outstanding! Very very pretty and there is a playground any kid would love. Thanks Carol and Bubbles for ensuring we had a marvelous stay, much appreciated. Ruth and family 🍀💚
Very convenient location for those wishing to explore Wicklow. Wicklow national park with Spinc valley and Upper lake Sally gap and Guiness Lake (lough tay) The Powerscourts Gardens and Waterfall Highly recommend for outdoor entushiasts.
Laragh is a lovely little village and in an ideal location for taking some beautiful walks in Wicklow. Lynhams hotel is ideal for staying in and the Wicklow Heather is a lovely restaurant close by. Laragh is also an ideal place to stay if you wish to walk in Glendalough.
We loved Lynhams Hotel location. Loved the sound of the water rapids when we opened the window. It was so relaxing. Aoife and the staff so helpful and friendly. Our room was very clean. Bathroom was spotless also. Plenty of toiletries if we forgot our own! We wouldn't have been stuck. Towels white and fluffy. Bed so comfortable.
I loved the area for a starting point for walking trails and the night life in the very friendly bar at the hotel. It aloud my self an my husband to get back to remembering why we got together before the kids came along 😁 it was that relaxing and so cosy.
It's a great place if you want a calm vacation, you can clean your head and enjoy nature. Even though there's only one shop and a couple of restaurants, it's more than enough to get what you need. Foods in The Wicklow Heather restaurant is delicous and there's a big menu to choose from. The forests and hills ale great for walks and hiking.
We ate out in Laragh but found the signposting difficult and frankly there are better areas to visit, but it sits at the entrance to the Wicklow Gap which is very impressive. Needs to have much better information about the history of the area available to all travellers. Need a car.
A piece of paradise. Only problem was we only stayed one night! Next time we'll stay longer.