About This Listing
Lovely room within a small but perfectly formed house.
The house is one of the original terraced houses in the village, so need to drive to dinner and within walking distance of Powerscourt House. Full of character and charm it has been recently modernised with an eclectic interior so it's the best of both worlds!
1 Double Bedroom
Shared bathroom which has a shower, washbasin and toilet (sheets and towels provided)
You are welcome to use the large modern kitchen, living room and private garden to the rear of the house.
I live here with my slightly mad but lovely Jack-Russell dog who is delighted to keep anyone company.
Interaction with Guests
Happy to advise on local places to eat and visit. Can also suggest walking routes and arrange horse riding upon request.
Enniskerry is a known as the Gateway to Wicklow, with the Powerscourt Waterfalls and Wicklow mountains nearby. It offers great walking routes and is very popular with cyclists and horse riders. The village is well catered for with quaint coffee shops pubs, antique and art shops.
In addition to the forests and mountains there are many tourist attractions in the surrounding areas such as Glendalough and the coastal towns of County Wicklow.
There is free on street parking in the village and easy access to Dublin via the M50 or no 44 bus. Perfect location to walk to the pubs and coffee shops or for hikers or cyclists wishing to access the Wicklow way and other routes.
No smoking in the house.
The village is quiet and peaceful and the neighbours expect it to remain so.
Superb place to stay, quiet and well located, with the comfort and cosiness one needs when traveling, plus an added irresistible touch of charm.
Ashlene was able to accomodate us despite a rather short notice and the fact that we knew we would arrive late in Enniskerry. The communication was excellent. Ashlene is very easy-going and made us feel at home. Her house is very tastefully decorated and absolutely spotless. We found the bedroom very comfortable. I highly recommend this B&B to anyone who wants to spend the night in Enniskerry. Thanks Ashlene!
Really cosy and beautiful house with nice kitchen. When we told Ashley we wanted to hike on the Wicklow Way, she gave us a map of the moutains. It was really helpfull. Great place for hiking on the Wicklow Way. She was kind to let us use her kitchen to cook our meal. Bonus, Ashley has a friendly dog :) Thank you.
We were delighted with our stay at Ashlene's house. The place was immaculate and it was a pleasure to stay in such a beautifully designed home. The bed was very comfortable and we were made to feel very much at home throughout the whole weekend. Also, it is located right in the middle of the village and there is plenty to do in the locality.
I have been highly recommending it to family and friends and would definitely come back to stay again.
A great start to out Air B&B experience!
House was easy to find and very clean, I arrived late and was gone early
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