About this listing
Our large, modern, open-plan and very recently redecorated home is in the heart of Wicklow Town
Our large, modern, open-plan and very recently redecorated home lies in the heart of a quiet cul-de-sac in Wicklow Town. Extra high 9ft ceilings downstairs are a feature part of our home. There is a large front and rear garden with sea views, as well as ample free, private parking.
There is a large living area for you to avail of which includes a sofa, an armchair and a cosy stove. We have also have a large sun room, in which we serve breakfast. Our guests can avail of our super-fast 50 MB fibre-powered broadband.
A continental breakfast including tea/coffee, fresh breads, preserves, Nutella, cold meats and cheeses is provided free of charge. Breakfast will be provided at a time of your choice every day. Packed lunches and freshly cooked Irish evening meals can be provided by arrangement and at an extra cost. We do not offer cooking facilities but you are welcome to help yourself to complimentary coffee or tea throughout the day and evening.
We have one double, one twin and a single room available for our guests. The double room features a brand new divan bed with a super-comfortable Respa Visco Bonnell 350 memory foam mattress guaranteeing a great night's sleep. Each room is light-filled and boasts either beautiful garden or stunning sea views where you can enjoy glorious sunrises and sunsets over the Wicklow Coast. The double room is en-suite. If you are staying in the twin or single room you will have exclusive access to the main bathroom. We provide fresh bed linen and towels.
Wicklow Town is a mere two-minute stroll away. There you will find supermarkets, cosy and lively pubs, beautiful restaurants, numerous cafés and a golf club, Coral Leisure Centre which boasts a 25 metre swimming pool sauna, steam room and a gym is a five minute walk away. There is also a bowling alley, as well as a host of local shops selling fashion, jewellery, gifts, home ware and books.
Wicklow Town is the capital Town of County Wicklow, which is known as The Garden of Ireland. It is located 30 miles south of County Dublin on the East Coast of Ireland. The area around Wicklow Town boasts spectacular sandy beaches, colourful public gardens, an enriched historical heritage, all levels of walking trails and an active, commercial harbour. Glendalough, Killruddery House and Gardens, Powerscourt House, Gardens and Waterfall, Russborough House, Wicklow Mountains National Park and Mount Usher Gardens are all within a short drive.
Wicklow Town is well serviced by both bus and rail services. The Town is easily accessible from Dublin, on the Dublin to Wexford Rail Service and there is an hourly Bus Service to and from Dublin.