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Wicklow being the Garden of Ireland, Glendalough and Laragh are situated at the centre of this garden and surrounded by the beautiful Wicklow mountains. In this idyllic spot there are many secluded places to stay, which range in size from just 4 guests at the 'local' Bed and Breakfast, to the more exclusive Lodge style B&B's and finally to the hotels. All provide excellent service, friendly Irish welcome and excellent views. Many provide suitable places to stay as walkers proceed along the Wicklow Way walk route. Below are links to sites which provide accommodation in the greater Glendalough area. Click Here for Caravan and Camping Sites. No rating is provided as to their standard. If you wish to pass comment please e-mail it to the Web Master.
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Hollywood Lodge B&B, Glendalough Road, Hollywood. Tel: 045 864230. Proprieter: Katherine Healy. Amongst the wild beauty of the Wicklow mountains, near Glendaough. (About 20 minutes drive). Dublin about 45 minutes drive. Tel: +353 45 884230. Email: Web: 9k
Trooperstown Lodge. For Bookings Call 353 (0) 404 45 236 or Email Set high in the spectacular Wicklow mountains among bed and breakfast guesthouses in Glendalough, Trooperstown Wood Lodge offers high quality affordable luxury guesthouse accommodation for up to 20 visitors at budget pleasing rates all year round. Idealically situated in the picturesque village of Laragh, only minutes from Glendalough National Park and our acclaimed olde world restaurant The Wicklow Heather, Trooperstown Wood Lodge provides the perfect Bed and Breakfast Guesthouse accommodation location for tourists, out of towners in need of a short break, corporate and private functions and events. The Kenny’s and their team are knowledgeable and very helpful hosts advising guests of everything they need to know about Glendalough and the surrounding area. Why not begin your visit with a browse through one of the guide books with a coffee in the lounge? Open all year round. 9j
Lough Dan House - Walking Holidays. Lough Dan House is situated over 1000 feet up in the Wicklow Mountains on an eighty-acre hill farm, overlooking Lough Dan, the largest natural lake on the east coast of Ireland. It is the most ideal base for a walking Holiday, whether for a short one or two day break, or for a much longer Holiday. Proprieters: Sean & Theresa Byrne. Email at Telephone: +353 (0)1 2817027 Mobile Phone: 087 2672331. Web: €35-€45 9i
Bridge Meadows B&B. Peaceful & Tranquil location with lovely views, only 1 hours drive from Dublin, convenient to Glendalough, The Wicklow Way, Japanese Gardens, Punchestown, Russborough House, Naas and The Curragh. Situated near Donard, West Wicklow. Hollywood Glen Road, Donard, Co. Wicklow. Tel: +353 (0)45 404603: Email: Web: €33 - €40 9h
Carmels Bed & Breakfast, Annamoe, CARMELS is set in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains. Glendalough is just a few minutes drive and offers excellent sightseeing at the monastic ruins, also walking, climbing and painting. Almost any relaxation you could dream of. We are a well-established family run country home, renowned worldwide for our hospitality, good food and many other features. We are highly recommended in numerous tour guides. Telephone: 0404 45297. E-Mail Web: €35.00 pp 9g
Knockrue House B&B is situated on a peaceful working farm, near Hollywood and Donard, on the main Dublin Blessington road (N81) to Baltinglass on the west of the Wicklow Mountains. accommodation is provided in a beautiful Georgian House on a working Farm, with fields of sheep and cattle. Telephone: 045-401258, Web: 9c
Glendalough River House, Derrybawn, Glendalough. Tel: 0404 45577. Proprieter: Martha O'Neill. 200 year old restored house. All bedrooms have beautiful river views. Located on walking trail to Glendalough. E-mail: Web: €35 - €45 9b
Wicklow Way Lodge, We are located 6 Km from Glendalough monastic City, and 4Km from Ireland's highest Village, Roundwood, near the shores of Lough Dan Lake, in the uplands. Proprieter: Marilyn & Seamus Kinlan. Email at Telephone: +353 (0)1 2818489. Mobile Phone: 086 8435644. Web: €45-€50 9a
Chestnut House Bed & Breakfast is situated on the N81 5 minutes below Blessington and is within 1 hours drive of Dublin Airport. It was recently modernised and now accompdates 4 family rooms. Provides an excellent starting point for drives and walks around the Wicklow Hills. Tel: +353 (0)45 864661. Web: www, 8b
Laragh Mountain View Lodge Guest House is in an attractive country setting ideally located for touring, walking,(The Wicklow Way pases close by), horse riding, golf, in fact on our doorstep are some of Irelands most scenic attractions. Here in the heart of County Wicklow, the Garden of Ireland, the Glenmacanass River meanders through our property. In the distance is the cascading and spectacular Waterfall. Tel: 0404 45282. E-mail: Web: €35 - €45 8
Tochar House, is a long established family run business situated in the heart of the highest village in Ireland, Roundwood, about 15 minutes drive from Glendalough. Tochar House nestles into the Wicklow mountain ranges below the two main crossing points, Sally Gap and Wicklow Gap, and is equally near to the coast. It is used many many Wicklow Way walkers. Tel: 01 2818247. E-maiul: info@tochardhouse. Web Site: 4a
Derrymore House, Glendalough. Glendalough Accommodation. A family run En-Suite quality B&B. The most scenically situated position overlooking the 6th century Monastic settlement and the Lower Lake, in the Centre of the beautiful valley of Glendalough. E.mail: Tel: +353 (0) 404 45493 Web: €30 4
Valeview Bed & Breakfast, only 2 minutes walk from the Round Tower and ancient churches in Glendalough.Co. Wicklow. Accommodation with a unique view looking over the picturesque vale of Glendalough and monastic sites from your bedroom window. The Lake walks are only 5 minutes up the valley by car, as is Laragh village in the opposite direction. €25-€30
Pinewood Lodge B&B, Laragh, Glendalough. A spacious modern dormer bungalow, situated in a quiet wooded location on the Wicklow Way in Ireland's Garden County. Tel: +353 (0)404 45437. Situated beside St kevins Parish Church, Glendalough, off R756 between Laragh & Glendalough. Web: €40 - €45
Oakview B&B: Situated in Laragh village, 2km from Glendalough. This is off the road in a hollow in the village of Laragh. Beautiful setting and nice kept. Tel: 0404 45453. €25 to €30
Lynhams of Laragh Hotel, Laragh, 2km from Glendalough. 18 rooms, Conference Centre, Public Bar. Newly built in 2002 it is situated beside the river with many walks and facilities nearby. Family owned the Propriter is Michael Lynham. Phone: 0404 45345. €60 to €120
Glendale B&B, Laragh. 2.5 miles from Glendalough.A family run country home set in the scenic Wicklow Mountains. It is an ideal base for touring County Wicklow. Home cooking with choice of breakfast from our menu. Tel: 0404 45410. E-mail: Proprieter: Mrs Valerie Merrigan. Web: €25 - €43
Derrybawn Mountain Lodge is a family-run guesthouse, situated on the slopes of Derrybawn Mountain, 4km from Glendalough. 8 rooms. Tel: 0404 45644. Web: E-mail: €40
Glendalough Hotel, Glendalough. 44 rooms. It is a family run establishment deep in the heart of the famous valley Glendalough, which gave the renovated house its name. The hotel offers the highest standards of accommodation together with classical cuisine and matchless surroundings. Telephone (0404) 45135 EMail enquire
Doire Coillte House, Cullentragh, Glendalough. Two storey, modern farmhouse set in old oak woods of the Avonmore Valley, situated 3km from glendalough on the Rathdrum road. Ensuite Rooms, Prop: Mary Byrne - Tel: 0404 45131 €25+
Gleann Aibhe B&B, Laragh. 2 Km from Glendalough. 3 bedrooms. Situated beside the Post Office and the Heather Resturant, in Laragh it provides a lovely view of the valley.
Glenmalure Lodge, Glenmalure. Glenmalure. Scandinavian style wooden lodge in the grounds of Glenmalure Golf Club. Sleeps six people and is fitted out to the very highest standards. The lodge is available for hire for weekends and weeks, all the year round. Mob: +353 87 2311 656. Contact Martin Murray. Web:
Glendalough International Youth Hostel, Glendalough. Tel: 0404 45690. E-mail: Web: The newly renovated youth hostel is set in a deeply wooded glacial valley in the Wickow National Park. Great area for fishing, walking the Wicklow Way, and cycling.
Woodview Bed & Breakfast, Laragh, Glendalough & Laragh. 2km from Glendalough.. Overlooks the Laragh Valley from above the road. Situated in the village there is easy access to all amienities. Tel: 0404 45485 €25+
The Hazel B&B. Laragh, Glendalough. 2.5 km from Monastic sites. Proprieter Bridie Merrigan. Irish traditional farm house that stills sells egs, provides a lovely homely atmospheare for visitors requiring a simple traditional home.
Avalon B&B is a family home in the heart of Glendalough Valley and the National Park. We provide accommodation in comfortable and pleasant surroundings in a non-smoking house. From most of our bedrooms there are lovely views onto Derrybawn mountain and forest where you can truly see the forty shades of green. Proprieter: Ann Mckenna. Tel 353-404-45331.E-Mail Web:
Dunroamin House, Laragh, Glendalough, about 2km from Glendalough. Situated on the road between Laragh and Glendalough, provides very nice views of the valleys. Proprieter Mrs Kathleen Carter. Tel 0404 45487. €25
An T'Aoibhneas, Sliabhcorragh, Hollywood. Tel: 045 864577. Proprieters: TP and Frances MacDermott. Tastefull pleasant home in a natural environment with exquisite mountain views. Located 3km off N81 on Hollywood/Glendalough road. About 15 minutes from Glendalough. Web: €25 - €40
Ballinclea Youth Hostel, Ballincleam near Donard. Tel: 045 404657. Email: Web: This is an excellent centre for hillwalking and the best base for Lugnaquilla, the highest mountain in Wicklow. There is good horse riing and orienteering available nearby. The youth hostel itself is a charming old farm house with a big fireplace that gives it a wonderful home away from home feeling.
Baltyboys Youth Hostel, Baltiboys, near Blessington. Tel 045 867266. Email: Web: A charming converted old school house, in a secluded wood area overlooking Blessinton Lakes. The area is renowned for wlking, fishing, cycling, boating and water sports on the Blessington Lake.
Glencree Youth Hostel, Glencree, Enniskerry. Tel: 01 2864037. Email: Web: In an enchanting old stone house, with a small stream running down besideit, the hostel is a charming from the first view. There are about 80km of walking treks. In the village there is the German War cemetery and nearby Powerscurt House.
. Glenmalure Youth Hostel, Glenmalure, Greenan. Web: In 1798, the battle of Glenmalure was fought in the valley where the mountain hut is located.
Knockree Youth Hostel, Knockree, Enniskerry. Tel: 01 2864036. Email: Web: This old farmhouse is situated in a wonderfulposition commanding a superb panorama of Glencree and the mountains.
Tiglin Youth Hostel, Tiglin, Ashford. Tel: 0404 49049. Email: Web: Two buildings on either side of the forest track, one is the youth hostel, the other the National Outdoor Training Centre. Originally, a framhouse built around 1870 with acentral courtyard, it was the first youth hostel located in a state forest. Wild deer roam the woodlands.
. Bracken B&B, Annamoe is about 3 km from Glendalough, in lovely quiet surroundings. Bracken is a friendly, family run accommodation that is situated opposite Trooperstown Wood which has beautiful scenic walks around rivers and mountains. Proprieter Judy Doyle. Phone 353 (0)404 45300. Email:
Village View is an Irish family home in the heart of the heart of the Wicklow Mountains. There are views of Derrybawn Mountains and of the village of Laragh, which is where we got the name Village View. Helen Kinlan, No. 3 Laragh, Glendalough, Co. Wicklow. Phone: 0404-45458 or 086-8890755. Email: Web:
Glenmalure offers Ireland's highest category of self-catering accommodation. You will discover this luxurious property deep in the heart of the Wicklow mountains. Glenmalure is 65 kilometres south of Dublin Cityand only 13 kilometre down the road from Glendalough. Phone on +353-1-2696979.Email at Web:
Luganure B&B, Glendalough. Situated between the lakes and the Round Tower and monastic villag, it proviides a panoramic view of the valley, with easy access to all amienities and walks.
Tudor Lodge B&B Laragh, Glendalough Proprieters Dez & Liz Kennedy. Old world house beside the Wicklow Way near Glendalough.Tudor Lodge is a custom built Bed and Breakfast, situated in Glendalough in the heart of the Wicklow National Park. Adjacent to the Avonmore River and Wicklow Way. Tel:(+353) 0404 45554 Mobile: 086 2605351 E-mail: Web:
Riversdale House B&B, Glendalough. A new place to stay in the beautiful Wicklow Mountains of Ireland. A perfect base to explore the surrounding area. Contact Liam Conway, E-mail: Web:

You can contact County Wicklow Tourismm County Buildings, in Wicklow Town for hotel and guesthouse guides by telephong {353 (0)404 67792. You can emial them at or visit their web site at You can also contact the representative group for Irish Hotels and guesthouses by contacting the Irish Hotels Federation, 13 Northbrook Road, Dublin 6 or by telephong +353 (0)1 4078459. They have a web site at The Irish Tourist Board is also worth contacting at It should be noted that a number of B&B's and similar accomodation are not listed with these groups. Our aim to to have as many local accomodations listed on this site.


Avonmore Riverside Caravan and Camping Park, Rathdrum. Tel: 0404 46080. Open easter to September, Situatd on the banks of the Avonmore River and on the edge of the Wicklow Mountains, this site offers an ideal touring base and is only half an hour from Dublin or Rosslare ports. Enjoy a row in a boat on our private boaring lake or fishing for trout in the river. €8-10
Moat Farm Caravan and Camping park, Donard. Tel: 045 404727.Email: Proprieters: Edward and Nuala Ahern. Moat Farm is a small quiet select family run park, set in tranquil rural settings, one minute walk from the village. there are many sites of archeoligical interest in the vicinity, also with walking, mountain climbing and cycling available. Friendly and welcoming.
Roundwood Caravan and Camping Park, Roundwood.. Tel: 01 2818163. Email: Open March to October. A mature modern fully developedpark, internationally renowned in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains, overlooking the Vartry Lakes. 40 minutes from Dublin city.
River Valley Caravan and Camping Park. Tel: 0404 41547. Email: info@rivervalleypark/ie. Web: Open March to September, Redcross is situated in one of the most scenic areas in County Wicklow, loacted 36 miles from Dublin..Whatever your taste you can do it all from River Valley.