Wicklow

  1. Ashdene

    Avoca, Wicklow

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    Nestled in the lush and verdant Wicklow hills, Avoca’s Ashdene B&B is a spot of home comfort in the Garden of Ireland. Read more

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  2. No 19 Ashford Holiday Village

    Ashford, Wicklow

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    A Holiday village on the outskirts of Ashford Village in County Wicklow. These four star three bedroom houses are situated on the grounds of Belair Hotel and Equestrian Centre a few minutes’ walk from the beautiful village of Ashford. Read more

  3. Ashford Cottages - Number 3

    Ashford, Wicklow

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    Ashford Cottages are set on a farm near Ashford, County Wicklow. The self-catering cottages are nicely furnished, with everything needed for a comfortable and relaxing break. They are ideal for exploring Wicklow and the surrounding counties. Read more

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  4. Loughs Tay And Dan

    Roundwood, Wicklow

    Lough Tay is fed by the Cloghoge River which then drains into Lough Dan west of Roundwood, County Wicklow. Read more

  5. Arklow Slí na Sláinte - Howards Way

    Arklow, Wicklow

    Howard’s Way Slí - 1.2km (This route is designated wheelchair accessible)
    The Lake Slí starts at the Lake car park. Follow the paths around the lake to complete the 1.2km route. Read more

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  6. Brittas Bay North Blue Flag Beach 2013

    Brittas Bay, Wicklow

    Brittas Bay North is a beautiful long sandy beach located approximately 10 miles from Wicklow Town. It has received the International Blue Flag award for 2013. Read more

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  7. Blessington Lake Coarse Angling

    Blessington, Wicklow

    The Poulaphuca Reservoir is owned by the Electricity Supply Board and is a renowned beauty only 30 kilometres from Dublin. Coarse angling is available with abundant stocks of roach, perch and specimen pike being caught up to 9kg. Read more

  8. Killruddery House and Gardens

    Bray, Wicklow

    Killruddery dates from 1618, it's now a working estate, with a walled garden project, open gardens, house tours, a tearoom, a farm market once a week and a full events program. Killruddery is a short distance from Dublin, close to public transport. Read more

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  9. The Loft

    Shillelagh, Wicklow

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    One of three converted granite stone cottages set around a courtyard, The Loft is found near Shillelagh, County Wicklow. It features a large garden with barbecue and children’s play area, and is perfect for hill walking, golfing and angling. Read more

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  10. The Mottee Stone

    Avoca, Wicklow

    Legend suggests that Fionn MacCumhaill hurled the Mottee Stone from the top of Lugnaquilla Mountain. The Motte Stone near Avoca, County Wicklow, perched on the summit of Cronebane Ridge at 800m, provides incomparable views over the Irish countryside. Read more

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