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Powerscourt Hotel, Autograph Collection

Powerscourt Hotel, Autograph Collection

5.0 out of 5.0 Powerscourt Estate, Enniskerry, Wicklow
Our customers tell us that they can't get enough of the comfortable rooms at Powerscourt Hotel, Autograph Collection. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Powerscourt Estate. You'll find features such as free WiFi in public areas, free self-parking and a free area shuttle. Built in 2007, this 5-star hotel has 198 rooms over 7 floors. Free WiFi and LCD TVs are available in all rooms.
£71
Parkview Hotel

Parkview Hotel

3.0 out of 5.0 Main Street, Newtownmountkennedy, Wicklow
Our customers tell us they can't get enough of Parkview Hotel's great location. During your stay, you'll be close to Druids Glen Golf Club. You'll find features such as free WiFi in public areas and free self-parking, plus a restaurant. This 3-star hotel has 60 rooms. Free WiFi and plasma TVs are available in all rooms.
£71
The Horse & Hound

The Horse & Hound

3.5 out of 5.0 Convent Road, Delgany, County Wicklow
Our customers tell us that they can't get enough of the restaurant at The Horse & Hound. During your stay, you'll be close to Killruddery House and Gardens. Features include free WiFi in public areas and free self-parking, plus 2 bars. Built in 1790, this 3.5-star guesthouse has 5 rooms. Each room includes amenities such as free WiFi and satellite TV channels.
£92
The Strand Hotel former Home of Oscar Wilde & Caffe Vergnano 1882

The Strand Hotel former Home of Oscar Wilde & Caffe Vergnano 1882

3.5 out of 5.0 73 Strand Rd, Bray, County Wicklow
Our customers tell us that they can't get enough of the helpful staff at The Strand Hotel former Home of Oscar Wilde & Caffe Vergnano 1882. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Bray Beach. Enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas, plus a restaurant and a bar. This 3.5-star hotel has 10 rooms. Each room includes amenities such as free WiFi and an LED TV.
£79
Wilton Hotel Bray

Wilton Hotel Bray

3.0 out of 5.0 Southern Cross Road, Bray, Wicklow
Our customers tell us that they can't get enough of the breakfast at Wilton Hotel Bray. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Killruddery House and Gardens. Enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas and free self-parking, plus a restaurant. This 3-star hotel has 103 rooms. All rooms offer free WiFi and TVs.
£96
Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

4.0 out of 5.0 Blessington Lakes, Blessington, Co. Wicklow
Our customers tell us that they can't get enough of the spacious rooms at Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort. During your stay, you'll be close to Russborough House. Features include free WiFi in public areas and free self-parking, plus a restaurant. This 4-star hotel has 93 rooms over 2 floors. Free WiFi and deep-soaking bathtubs are available in all rooms.
£170
Brooklodge & Macreddin Village

Brooklodge & Macreddin Village

4.0 out of 5.0 Macreddin Village, Macreddin Village, Wicklow
Our customers tell us that they enjoy the helpful staff at Brooklodge & Macreddin Village. During your stay, you'll be close to Greenan Farm Museum and Maze. Free WiFi in public areas, free self-parking and 2 restaurants are available. This 4-star hotel has 86 rooms. Each room includes amenities such as a coffee maker and free toiletries.
£92
The Royal Hotel and Leisure Centre

The Royal Hotel and Leisure Centre

3.0 out of 5.0 Main Street, Bray, Wicklow
Our customers tell us that they enjoy the breakfast at The Royal Hotel and Leisure Centre. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Bray Beach. An indoor pool, a restaurant and a bar are available. This 3-star hotel has 125 rooms over 4 floors. All rooms offer free WiFi and TVs.
£63
Woodenbridge Hotel

Woodenbridge Hotel

3.0 out of 5.0 Vale of Avoca, Arklow, Wicklow
Our customers tell us that they enjoy the quiet rooms at Woodenbridge Hotel. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Woodenbridge Golf Club. You'll find features such as free WiFi in public areas and free self-parking, plus a restaurant. This 3-star hotel has 29 rooms. Each room includes amenities such as free WiFi and a deep-soaking bathtub.
£86
Clone House

Clone House

4.0 out of 5.0 Aughrim, Aughrim, County Wicklow
The free breakfast at Clone House gets high marks from our customers. During your stay, you'll be close to Woodenbridge Golf Club. You'll find features such as free WiFi in public areas. Built in 1650, this 4-star bed & breakfast has 10 rooms over 2 floors. Enjoy your stay with amenities like free WiFi and premium bedding in each room.
£581
Abhainn Ri Cottages

Abhainn Ri Cottages

4.0 out of 5.0 Ballintober, Hollywood, Wicklow
Abhainn Ri Cottages's great location gets high marks from our customers. During your stay, you'll be close to Russborough House. Enjoy features like free self-parking and breakfast (surcharge). This 4-star cottage has 4 cottages. Free WiFi and kitchens are available in all cottages.
£97
The elbowroom escape

The elbowroom escape

4.0 out of 5.0 Ballinclea, Donard, Wicklow
Our customers tell us that they enjoy the free breakfast at The elbowroom escape. Enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas and free self-parking, plus a restaurant. Built in 1840, this 4-star lodge has 7 rooms. Enjoy your stay with amenities like free WiFi and a memory foam bed in each room.
£119
The Glenview Hotel And Leisure Club

The Glenview Hotel And Leisure Club

4.0 out of 5.0 Glen Of The Downs, Delgany, Wicklow
Our customers tell us that they can't get enough of the helpful staff at The Glenview Hotel And Leisure Club. During your stay, you'll be close to Powerscourt Estate. Enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas and free self-parking, plus a full-service spa. This 4-star hotel has 70 rooms over 3 floors. Enjoy your stay with amenities like free WiFi and an LCD TV in each room.
£80
The Martello Hotel

The Martello Hotel

2.0 out of 5.0 47 Strand Road, Bray, Wicklow
The nightlife around The Martello Hotel gets good marks from our customers. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Bray Beach. Free WiFi in public areas, 2 restaurants and a bar are available. This 2-star hotel has 44 rooms over 2 floors. Free WiFi and TVs are available in all rooms.
£117
Arklow Bay Hotel

Arklow Bay Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0 Sea Road 1, Arklow, Wicklow
The breakfast at Arklow Bay Hotel gets good marks from our customers. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Bridgewater Shopping Centre. You'll find features such as free WiFi in public areas and free self-parking, plus an indoor pool. This 4-star hotel has 92 rooms over 3 floors. Enjoy your stay with amenities like free WiFi and a TV in each room.

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City Guide Wicklow

Too easily overlooked by travellers heading for mystical west coast destinations, Wicklow (Cill Mhantáin in Irish) is an inspiring wilderness retreat well known to Dubliners. Lying just beyond the capital's southern suburbs, the 'Garden of Ireland' is a wild, atmospheric landscape.  Hump-back mountains, rolling hills and lush emerald woodlands fill glaciated valleys, where whiskey-coloured streams rush down from the uplands to the Irish Sea, passing long sandy beaches at journey's end.

Historic sites enable visitors to trace the county's colourful and turbulent past, whilst quiet unspoilt villages and bustling towns offer a characteristically warm Irish welcome to every outdoor adventurer and sanctuary seeker.

History

After the coming of Christianity to Ireland around 431 AD, Glendalough became an important monastic centre for Celtic saints and scholars.

By 1450, the Anglo-Norman power base in Ireland had shrunk to the Dublin Pale, a 20-mile wide defensive strip around the city, and Wicklow was a dangerous, ungovernable frontier region. Named Wicklow – 'Viking Land' – in 1606 by a new wave of English conquerors building fortified roads, which bypassed the territory and ignored the interior, its natives remained isolated and undisturbed until a gold rush created mayhem in 1796.

Thereafter, the Wicklow 'badlands' became a stronghold for rebel fighters, and the site of many battles, during the 1798 Irish Rebellion against British colonial rule. The discovery of the wild Wicklow Mountains by Romantic poets and painters gave the area a fresh allure.

Things to see

Visit the ruins of the Black Castle, an ancient Norman stronghold built on a rocky point near the Main Street in Wicklow Town and take some time to explore the rugged coastline. The Irish Landmark Trust maintains a lighthouse at the south of the town, just beyond Wicklow Golf Course, which hugs the beach off Dunbur Road.

Wicklow Gaol

The imposing Wicklow Historic Gaol in the centre of the town introduces prison life to visitors through live re-enactments of key characters in the story of the gaol. A tour is entertaining and takes in a lot of aspects of Irish history including tales of rebellion and transportation ships bound for Australia.

The Wicklow Way

A self-guided long-distance hiking trail, the 79-mile Wicklow Way cuts north-south through the heart of the Wicklow Mountains, finishing at Clonegal on the Wicklow/Carlow border.

You will encounter corrie lakes, spectacular waterfalls, historic settlements, remote hamlets, and pass beneath Lugnaquilla (925m), Wicklow's highest mountain. Allow eight to ten days to cover the full distance.

Bray

Twelve miles south of Dublin, the resort town of Bray was once a fishing village and serious haunt for smugglers, complete with two vast concealed underground caverns. The first town esplanade was constructed in 1859, and by then Bray, with its well-preserved Georgian and Victorian architecture, had reinvented itself as a top tourist destination.

Dominated by Bray Head and its panoramic views, today's seafront boasts bars looking out to sea, a bandstand, sea life centre and fun park, and a mile-long sand and shingle beach. Bray also supports an arts community, a local nightlife scene, and hosts regular festivals.

Glendalough

An epicentre of Celtic Christianity, the remains of this monastic settlement stand amidst a dramatic landscape. Pilgrims have been drawn to this tranquil place since its foundation by St. Kevin in the 6th century.

The Irish Annals show the Glean Dá Loch ('Valley of the Two Lakes') community survived for 600 years, despite the odd Viking burning, until reduced to ruin by the English in 1398. Among Glendalough's sacred treasures are Teampall na Skellig, St. Kevin's original site; the Reefert Church, an 11th-century Romanesque church and the burial place of kings and a medieval Round Tower refuge rising to 30 metres.

Enniskerry

Enniskerry's picture-postcard perfection is enhanced by its upmarket galleries, gourmet destinations and attractive clock tower. However, the picturesque charm of Enniskerry village beside the Glencullen River is merely a prelude to the headline attraction of the adjacent Powerscourt Estate.

Powerscourt Estate

Powerscourt's Palladian Mansion and grounds represent the peak of 18th-century opulence and splendour. Wicklow's Sugarloaf Mountain provides a fairytale backdrop for the pristine gardens, spectacular water features, and priceless statues and ironworks.

Where to stay in Wicklow

Pick from a range of lodges, grand houses and modern hotels with leisure facilities when you are planning your trip to Wicklow.

The 5-star Ritz-Carlton Powerscourt in rural Enniskerry features air-conditioned rooms with separate bathtub and shower, complimentary Wi-Fi, premium TV and spa amenities, with a golf club nearby. Rooms from £117 per night.  

The 3-star Lynhams Hotel at Laragh, just half a mile away from Glendalough, offers open fires, traditional ales, and a relaxed atmosphere. Many of its spacious rooms command views over the Wicklow Mountains. Rooms from £61 per night.

Getting there

Wicklow's proximity to Dublin makes for easy travel access.

Air/Sea: Dublin's international airport has regular flight options for UK and European destinations, and Dun Laoghaire's ferry port is an hours' drive from Glendalough.

Road: The R115 Military Road leads from Dublin to the heart of the mountains. Alternatively, a beautiful coastal drive through Dalkey and Killiney, where Ireland's 'A-listers' reside, takes in the mountains and coastal resorts. Dublin Bus and Bus Eireann service both routes.

Rail: The Wicklow/Rosslare route runs regularly via the east-coast towns of Bray, Wicklow Town and Arklow; whilst a frequent commuter service links Bray and Greystones to Dublin city centre. Browse and book hotels in Wicklow today using our search tool.
 

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