About this listing
Wicklow is a very pretty town just an hour from Dublin with good restaurants, music, cafes, wonderful walks along the coast or cliffs and a short drive (no buses) to Glendalough and the mountains and both Kilmacurragh and Mount Usher Gardens
This comfortable ensuite double room is in a modern home set in a quiet and pretty cul de sac very close to the main street, the river walk and the stunning coast line. The accommodation has a most comfortable double bed and ensuite shower room (with an excellent shower!) A lavish breakfast made to meet any requirements is served in the home's kitchen with access to the sunny garden and visitors are welcome to share the sitting room and television with your host. Wifi is also available. The town, 25 miles south of Dublin, has many opportunities for good eating with cafes and restaurants, some specialising in local, homemade or even raw food. Great local walks along the cliffs, and a short drive away are forests, Glendalough and the Wicklow mountains. Boat trips, canoeing, golf, fishing. Good public transport to Dublin and many easy day trips by car to Wexford, Kilkenny, Kildare. Loads to do from here.
Guests are welcome to share the kitchen, sitting room and garden.
Interaction with Guests
I will always be available to meet guests to establish their needs and help if necessary. After that will depend on what I or the guests are doing at the time. I am usually not far away.
the house is close to the main street with all its shops, pubs and restaurants, the river and the sea.
Driving from the airport is via the M50 and takes just over an hour. There is parking outside the house. We are 5 minutes from the bus stop where there are half hourly buses to Dublin. The railway station, with infrequent trains to Dublin and Wexford, is 15 minute walk away.
Other Things to Note
Wicklow town is central to a wide region and day trips to Dublin, Kildare, Glendalough, Carlow, Kilkenny, Wexford etc are easy by car.
From Jun 1 - Aug 31, 2016 the minimum stay is 2 nights.
I've been living in Wicklow for over twenty years and love the life here. Plenty of brilliant walks and an abundance of good music that can be enjoyed in small venues.