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Charming period courtyard recently converted into spacious 4 Star Holday Cottages which accommodates 4/7. In peaceful setting, nestling between the Wicklow Mountains and the Irish Sea, close proximity to Greystones & Wicklow, only 40 mins to Dublin just the place to relax and unwind
Druids Glen Resort enjoys a breathtaking setting in wonderful Wicklow, The Garden of Ireland. Just 30 minutes driving distance from Dublin City Centre, the resort and hotel are a long established secret.
Woodenbridge Hotel & Lodge overlooks the Vale of Avoca in County Wicklow, and combines all the charm of yester year with all the facilities required of the modern hotel.
A cead mile failte awaits you in Stirabout Lane, which is located in the heart of Rathdrum, one of the most scenic areas of County Wicklow. Spacious, tastefully decorated, ensuite bedrooms, with tv, hairdryer and clock radio.
The Strand Hotel which commands a prominent position on the seafront in Bray and is within walking distance from the town centre has been in the Fitzsimons family since 1978.
Nestled in the charming Wicklow village of Avoca, Cherrybrook House B&B is a cosy, modern bungalow and a perfect base to explore the verdant treat that is the Garden of Ireland.
The self-catering bungalow at 103 The Pines serves as an excellent base for exploring all the wonders of County Wicklow. It features three bedrooms and is within easy reach of the sea, golf courses and highlights like Avoca and Glendalough.
The Wilton Hotel is a family friendly hotel offering spacious rooms about one kilometre from Bray's seafront promenade and beach in County Wicklow. Dublin is a short train journey from Bray railway station.
River Valley Holiday Park is a splendid destination for a holiday in County Wicklow. Set in Redcross Village, the park is surrounded by beautiful landscapes. All are welcome, with areas for glamping, self-catering, caravans, campers and motor homes.
From €109.00 PPS
From €99.00 Per Room
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