Because of the varied scenery, Wicklow is particularly suited to many outside sport pursuits, from rock climbing, cycling, golf, walking to angling and water sports. As the county is so diverse anyone participating in outdoor sports should make sure they are suitably advised and wear appropriate apparel.

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Wicklow is renowned for its magnificent landscape, dramatic Loughs (lakes), mountainous terrain and long sandy beaches. With a range of rivers, lakes and sea opportunities to choose from your angling holiday in Wicklow will certainly be an enjoyable one. Visiting anglers are welcome to fish by becoming a member of the controlling club or by purchasing a day, week, or season permit. Permits are also called "tickets" and are available from local fishing tackle shops and some Hotels and Guesthouses. A State licence is required for salmon and sea trout angling only.


Wicklow County provides the visitor with 1,250 square kilometres of really beautiful nature to be explored. Of this, approximately 320 square kilometres are over 1,000m. Even with these great walking resources, the first trail in Ireland, the Wicklow Way, opened as recently as 1981. The routes in Wicklow are still generally uncrowded, so that it is a pleasure to meet and chat to other walkers. There are many walking guides and books available at tourist points. Ownership of land changes between state, forestry and private or estate. Care should be taken with regard to permissions. Respect any notices or signs. Close gates, etc.


Horses have always been a part of Ireland, and no more so than in Wicklow. They were used regularly for farming even up to the last Century (1900's) as the Uplands terrain was difficult to farm with modern tractors. Today the tradition lives on in trekking, polo pitches, trail riding exploring the Wicklow countryside and seaside by horse drawn caravans and an excellent selection of equestrian centres, where expert tuition is available as well as guidance for the more experienced.


Minority sports and Others


Because of its varied scenery, Wicklow is particularly suitable for cycling vacations. The quickly changing landscape, the unspoiled ambience and a myriad of small side roads offer a special holiday bonus to the adventurous cyclist.


There are over 25 courses to choose, from sea-side and traditional link courses to inland, parkland and breathtaking hillside courses. All inspiring courses, in magnificent settings with something to suit the amateur and professional golfer alike.


There are several tennis clubs in County Wicklow open to visitors for a small charge. The larger town clubs have recently installed floodlighting to provide for all year round activity.

Leisure Activities & Adventures Centres

Wicklow has so much to offer in the way of activities, whether it's absailing or windsurfing, archery or rock climbing. There is so much to choose from and all within the breathtaking scenery of the Garden of Ireland.


There are many locations along the Wicklow coast to enjoy great swimming and water sports. Brittas Bay, Greystones, Wicklow and Arklow are ideal for sailing, wind surfing and boating. There are also a selection of indoor pools.

Childrens Activities

There are many childrens activities from water sport activities at Clara Lara, that are safe and well supervised, to playgrounds and the beaches, as well as seafronts like Bray promenade which has many varied holiday activities.
Eastern Regional Fisheries Board
01 8379209
Shop: Balnagowan, Mobhi Boreen, Glasnevin, Dublin 9. Enquires for Fishing Licences
Bray Sports Centre
01 2863046
Shop: 8 Main Street, Bray. Tackle etc
Viking Tackle Shop
01 2869215
Shop: 79 Castle St, Bray, Tackle etc, bait
Frankie Sports
0404 69351
Shop: The Mall, Wicklow Town, Tackle
055 21351
Shop: 37 Main Street, Gorey, Co. Wexford, Tackle, bait
Main River Fishing Locations in County Wicklow
The River Dargle for salmon, sea and brown trout.

The River Vartry for sea and brown trout.

The Avonmore River for brown trout. The Aughrim River for brown trout.

The Blessington Lakes for brown trout, pike, perch, and roach.

The Roundwood Lakes for brown trout.

The River Derry for salmon and brown trout.

The River Slaney for brown trout and salmon. The Upper River Liffey for trout.

Angling for All, Aughrim

(Caters for Disabled)

Angling For All (N.D.A.F.), Aughrim. Tel: 0402-36552 E-mail: aughrinit@eircom.net This angling facility is a 4-acre lake fully stocked with trout and surrounded by an attractive wildlife area. Car parking and toilet facilities are wheelchair accessible. Coaching in angling is available for beginners and equipment can be hired. Fishing charges apply. The National Disabled Angling Facility is licensed for all year round trout fishing and is open daily to visitors from 8.00am to 8.00pm in summer and 9.00am to 5.00pm in winter. ,
Annamoe Trout Fishery
Annamoe Trout Fishery, Annamoe. Tel/Fax: 0404-45470 Email: annamoefishery@eircom.net Web: annamoetroutfisnery.com The village of Annamoe, situated between Roundwood and Laragh on the road to Glendalough, has a trout fishery set on the banks of the Avonmore River. There is a 4-acre lake for fly-fishing and a separate Junior Bait Fishing Pond. Rod hire and bait available. Open daily from 10.00am to dusk. ,
Brennanstown Riding School
Brennanstown Riding School, Hollybrook, Kilmacanogue, Bray. Tel: 01 2863778, Email: info@brennanstownrs.ie. Brennanstown Riding School is situated in the beautiful Hollybrook Demesne, It is located 3km from Bray and 25km from Dublin off the N11. An impressive range of facilities is available, including large indoor and 3 outdoor menages, catering for both novice and experienced riders.
Clissmann Horse Drawn Caravans
Carrigmore Farm, Tel:: 0404 48188 Email: mary@clissmann.com. Clissmann Horse Drawn caravans offers you a holiday with a horse and covered wagon, where 4 people can sleep and cook. They also provide quiet, well-schooled horses to travel with the caravans. With a horse pulling your home, travel where and when you will, like the gypsies. In a matter of three horse-hours you can reach glorious, safe, sandy beaches, quiet lakes and the lovely landscape of County Wicklow and the majestic Wicklow Mountains.
Devil's Glen Holiday & Equestrian Centre
Devil's Glen Holiday & Equestrian Centre, Ashford. Tel.: 0404 40637, Email info@devilsglen.ie. Web: www.deveilsglen.ie. Twenty 4* traditional style luxury cottages nestled at the edge of the forest - a most peaceful and tranquil setting. Cut stone, timber beams, rustic fencing & wood burning stoves, combine with modern facilities to offer the visitor the best of both worlds. Custom built stables with up to 60 horses. Challenging cross country courses. Only one hour from Dublin and within easy reach of sandy beaches, the adjoining riding stables offer beginner and advanced riders the opportunity to ride out on courses off the beaten track in unspoiled countryside.
Callaghstown Riding Centre and Wicklow Trail Ride
01 4588322
Calliaghstown, Rathcoole, Co. Dublin. Tel 01 4588322. The Centre is situated in a rural setting that provides the ideal atmosphere for a quiet and scenic riding holiday in the forest and mountains of Wicklow. The centre's indoor and outdoor facilities provide comfortable all weather conditions for beginners and the more experienced. The Wicklow trail Ride starting in Calliaghstown Riding Centre, explores the beautiful Wicklow Mountains and Glens. E-mail: calliagh@iol.ie web: www.calliaghstownridingcentre.com
Broomfield Equestrian Centre
0402 38117
Broomfield, Tinahealy. Tel 0404 38117. This stables can arrange tuition in all aspects of flat work, cross-country, show jumping, and dressage. Hacks across 300 acres of lovely Wicklow countryside, with jumps to cater for all levels of rxperience.
Maccreddin Stables, Brooklodge Hotel
0402 36444
Macreddin Village, Aughrim, Tel: 0404 36444. The Stables is attached to the Brookladge Hotel, situated in the countryside between Lugnaquilla and Cuslawn Mountains. A modern stable yard, with a variety of horses and ponies to suit all ages. E-mail: brooklodge@macreddin.ie Web: www.brooklodge.com
Clara Country House and Riding Stables
0404 46318 Knockrath Little, Clara Vale, Rathdrum. Tel 0404 46318. To feel warmly welcomed into the comfort of a beautiful home in the Wicklow Hills come and stay at Clara. The stable yard adjoins the house. Ride over the hills and by the Avonmore River or simply go walking, fishing, golfuing. E-mail: us@claratrekking.com Web: www.claratrekking.com
Baltinglass Golf Club
0508 81350
Baltinglass Golf Club, Stratford Lodge, Baltinglass, County WIcklow. Tel: 0508-81350 Fax: 0508-82842 The club was founded in 1928 as a 9 hole course, and was extended to an 18 hole course in July, 2001. The superb Par 71 commands a magnificent setting , with mature trees and stunning views of Wicklow Mountains. Located 1.5km north of Baltinglass Town on the Dublin Road.
Djouce Mountain Golf Club
Djouce Mountain Golf Club, Roundwood, Co. Wicklow. Tel: 01-2818585 Public Tel: 01-2818585 Fax: 01- 2818522 The club was founded in 1995. The unique setting nestled between the Djouce Mountain, the Vartry Resevoir and the Sugar Loaf Mountain. Lends itself to a superior golf experience. The course has alternative tee boxes for the second nine holes. 6296 yards long the course will challenge the enthusiast Visitors are welcome The club is situated 9km from the main N11 road, 32km from Dublin, 12km from Bray and 19km from Wicklow Town.
Kilcoole Golf Club
01 2871803
Kilcoolo Golf Club, Kllcoole, Co. Wicklow. Tel: 01-2872066 Fax: 01-2871803 E-mail: adminkg@eircom.net Web: www.kilcoolegolfclub.com. The club was founded in 1992. Members owned club located within 30 minutes of south Dublin, just off the N11. Beautifully manicured course with full bar and catering facilities open for membership, green fees, societies and corporate days.
Bray Golf Club
Bray Golf Club, Ravenswell Road, Bray, Co. WIcklow. Office Tel; 01-2862484 Public Tel: 2862092 The club was founded in 1897. Situated near the sea in Bray, under the dominating Bray Head. The weekday and weekend green fees are €30.00. (2002)
Boystown Golf Club
045 867146
Boystown Golf Club, Battyboys, Blesslngton, Co. Wicklow. Tel: 045-867146 The club was founded in 1998. Prices available upon request.
Wooden bridge Golf Club
Wooden bridge Golf Club Arklow, Co. Wicklow, Ireland - Telephone (0402) 35202 Web: www.globalgolf.com. E-mail: wgc@eircom.net. Green Fee: £40 weekday; £50 weekend. An 18 hole parkland course set in the beautiful Vale of Avoca, with level terrain to play. Golf here is easy on the foot, but the golfer is faced with many challenging situations Renowned for its splendour, this is an experience not to be missed. Originally built in 1884 it was subsequently upgraded and transformed in 1992 to full 18 holes under the expert creation of golf architect Patrick MerriganVisitors are very welcome but pre-booking is essential.
Charlesland Golf Club


Charlesland Golf Club, Greystones. Tel: 01 2878200, Email: teetimes@charlesland.com. Web: www.charlesland.com. The club was founded in 1992. The weekday green fee is 45 euro while the weekend green fee is 57 euro. Located within walking distance of Greystones town near the sea, with access to the N11 through Delgany. It was designed by Eddie Hackett.
Old Conna Golf Club


Old Conna Golf Club, Ferndale Road, Bray. Tel.: 01 2826055. Located just over 3km from Bray town centre. E-Mail: info@oldconna.com. Web: www.oldconna.com
Delgany. Golf Club
01 2826055
Delgany. Golf Club, Delgany. tel.: 01 2874536. Email: robbiej@eircom.net. the club was founded in 1908. Located 1.2km from Delgany. village, near N11
Powerscourt Golf Club


Powerscourt Golf Club, Enniskerry. Tel.: 01 2046033. Email: golfclub@powerscourt.ie, Web: www.powerscourt.ie. Situated within the magnificent 1000 acre Powerscourt Estate,19km south of Dublin, just off N11 south of Bray. The club was founded in 1996. Opening in summer 2003 the newly constructed West Course measures 7043 yards and offers a variety of challenging 18 holes with a natural ravine traversing the course. The weekday and weekend green fees are 100 euro.
Glen o' the Downs Golf Club, Delgany.
01 2876240
The Glen O' the Downs Golf Club, Coolnaskeagh, Delgany. Tel: 01 2876240. The club was founded in 1998. and is an 18 hole championship parkland course, designed ny Peter McEvoy and built to USGA specifications. The weekday green fee from April is 65 euro while the weekend green fee is 80 euro. Located 6km south of Bray just off N11 opposite Glenview Hotel. E-mail: info@glenofthedowns.com. Web: www.glenofthedowns.com
Druids Glen Golf Course


Druids Glen Golf Club, Newtownmountkennedy. Tel.: 01 2873600. Email: info@druisaglen.ie. Web: www.druidsglen.ie. The club was founded in 1995. The weekday and weekend green fees from April 6th are 125 euro. Druids Glen hosted the Murphy's Irish Open Championship for an unprecedent four years in succession from 1996 to 1999. It was voted European Course of the Year in 2001 and was the venue for the Seve Trophy in 2002.
Coolattin Golf Club, Shillelagh
055 29125
Parkland course set in mature trees, yardage on this course is not long, but what is lost in length is more than made up for in accuracy. Our new nine greens, built by Peter McEvoy in 1996, contrast greatly from the old nine, in so far as it offers a greater test of putting skill and nerve. Tel 055 29125
Rathsallagh Gold Club, Dunlavin
045 403316
Rathsallagh Golf Course is located just over 3 km from Dunlavin Village and set in 570 acres of mature rolling parkland. Tel 045 403316. E-mail: info@rathsallagh.com. Web: www.rathsallagh.com
Tulfarris Hotel and Gold Club, Blessington
045 867600
Tulfarris is an impressive 200 acre resort, with four-star luxury hotel, a walled holiday village and 18 hole golf course. Leisure facilities include a fully equipped gymnasium, sauna, steam room, indoor heated swimming pool and tennis courts. Tel 045 867600 E-mail: info@tulfarris.com Web: www.tulfarris,com
Greystones Golf Club, Greystones
01 2874136
5,322 metres, the 18 hole parkland course demands accuracy and skill rather than big hitting to match the Par 69. Greystones will test your abilities, providing golfers with a variety of challenges, while rewarding them with panoramic views of the Wicklow Mountains and the dramatic coastline from Lambay island to Wicklow Head. Tel 01 2874136, E-mail jim@greystones.com. Web www.greystones.com. Whitshed Road, Greystones.
Wicklow Golf Club, Wicklow
0404 67379
The course is located on Dunbar Road, in Wicklow Town which is the coast road to Brittas Bay. It is situated on the cliffs overlooking Wicklow Bay. The 18 hole course is a challenging test of golf. Tel: 0404 67379
Delgany Golf Club, Delgany
01 2874536
Located 1.2 km from Delgany Village, the course boasts a beautiful scenery with spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Clubhouse offers snacks, bar and dinner facilities. Tel: 01 3874536, E-mail: delganygolf@eircom.net
Blainroe Gold Club, Blainroe
0404 68168
The club was designed by Course Architect Fred Hawtree. Located 4 km south of Wicklow Town on the coast road to Brittas Bay. Tel: 0404 68168. E-mail: blainroegolfclub@eircom.net Web: www.blainroe.com
Wicklow Mountains Walking Festival 2003
The Walking Festivals have been totally re-organized by Wicklow County Tourism to give both the active and less energetic rambler the opportunity to
sample some fantastic walks with a real festival atmosphere, with music in the pub afterwards. The Wicklow Mountains Spring Walking Festival 2002 takes place between the 3rd and 4th of May 2003 while the Wicklow Mountains Autumn Walking. Festival 2003 takes place between the 24th-27th of October 2003. Contact Wicklow County Tourism to join the mailing list.
The Wicklow Way
The Wicklow Way is a long distance walking route, which runs from Marlay Park in County Dublin, through County Wicklow to finish at Clonegal, County Carlow. The Wicklow Way is 132 km (82 miles) in length and follows a North-South line over the eastern flanks of the Wicklow Mountains with much of the route over 500m (1,640 ft). It can be comfortably walked in five or six days or in shorter sections as desired. Viewpoints on the way give glorious views: across Dublin to the Moume Mountains; across the Irish Sea to Snowdonia in Wales; Glendalough; Glenmalure down onto deep Lough Dan and Powerscourt Waterfall. Contact Wicklow Tourism for more details regarding the route, transport, accommodation and recommended reading.
Footfalls Walking Holidays
Footfalls Walking Holidays, Trooperstown, Roundwood. Tel: 0404 45152, Email: cstacey@iol.ie. Web: www.walkinghikinginireland.com. Footfalls is a family run business offering guided and independent self-guided walking/hiking holidays in Ireland, which can be tailored to meet your requirements. Walking distances from 10km to 15km.
Saint Kevin's Way (Pilgrimage Path)
After 3 years of effort by a hard-working committee, the traditional pilgrim's route, St Kevin's Way, was launched, as a way marked route in September 2001. One of the longer pilgrimage roads, it brought pilgrims eastwards over the Wicklow Gap to Glendalough. The way marked Way stretches for 30km from Hollywood in West Wicklow to Glendalough. A secondary route begins in the village of Vallymount and joins the main route at Ballinager Bridge on the R756. A guide book published by the Heritage Council for the route is available from Wicklow Tourism.
everywhere in Wicklow County there is water, open countryside and fresh air. Over one third of the 48km (30 miles) county coastline is fringed in soft golden sand. The famous river Liffey rise in Wicklow, as does the Slaney, which flows south to Wexford, via Baltinglas. Other rivers are the Dargle, the Vartry and Glencree adorn some of the historic estates and gardens on their passage to the sea. The Cloghogue river in a beautiful valley near Roundwood flows south through the Meetings, Avoca and Arklow. Glendalough has 2 famous lakes and the Blessington Lake holds 148 million cubic metres or 5,000 acres of tranquil water for Dublin supply.
Bicycles can be hired from Footfalls based in Trooperstown, Roundwood, County Wicklow. All bicycles are fitted with shock absorbers and you can rent from a half day to one week.. Tel: 0404 45152 E-mail: cstacey@iol.ie
Wicklow Hire Service
0404 68149
Wicklow Town
Bray Cycle Centre
01 2863357
Bray Co. Wicklow
0404 46172
Main street, Rathdrum
Hillcrest Hire
045 865066
Main Street, Blessington
Arklow Lawn Tennis Club
0402 33330
Coolgraney Road, Arklow
Blessington Adventure Centre
045 865092
County Wicklow Lawn Tennis Club
01 2876505
Vevay Road, Bray
Arklow Sports & Leisure Centre
0402 23328
Seaview Avenue, Arklow
Greystones Lawn Tennis Club
01 2876505
Mill Road, Greystones
Wicklow lawn tennis Club
0404 41647
Opposite Grand hotel, Wicklow town
McGrath's, Ratdrum
0404 46172
Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow
River Valley Caravan Park
0404 41647
Wicklow Town Lawn tennis Club
0404 68666
Opposite Grand Hotel, Wicklow Town
Tennis Ireland
01 6681841
Glasnevin Dublin - For general Information
Virtual Golf at Moneylands Farm
Virtual Golf at Moneylands Farm, Arklow, County Wicklow. Tel: 0402-32259 Fax: 0402-32438 E-mail: mland@eircom.net. Play some of the most famous golf courses in the world - indoors using real clubs and balls you play as if on the course in this state of the art golf simulator. Ideal for a full round of golf, practices on the virtual driving range with distance, speeds, angles and swing analysis. Courses include Pebble Beach, Valderrama and The Belfry.
Hovercrafting, Arklow
Hovercraft of Moneystown Farm. Arklow, County Wicklow.. Tel. 0402-32259 Fax: 0402-32438 E-mail: mland@eircom.net. Web: http://homepage.eircom.net/~jdb/moneylandsfarm.htm. Enjoy the thrills of hovercrafting a new experience in outdoor pursuits.
HillTop Quad and Sporting Club
HillTop Quad and Sporting Club, Tithewee, Newtownmountkennedy. Tel: 01-2818025 Enjoy the unique thrill of driving on all terrain vehicles around a specially designed cross-country course. Participants must be aged 12 years of age and upward. The club also has Archery and Clay Pigeon Shooting making it an ideal corporate and group outing.
Rathdrum Community Sports Centre
0404 46930
The Old Presbytery, Fair Green, Rathdrum Tel: 0404 46930
Arklow Sports & Leisure Centre
0402 23328
Arklow Town. With indoor squash and tennis courts, sauna is open to visitors and offers special group rates. Tel: 0402 23328
Millbrook Leisure Centre
0404 41647
River Valley Caravan Park, Redcross. Course, bowling green, 3 tennis courts and crazy golf. Indoor facilities include 2 badminton courts, games room, basketball court, restaurant (seasonal) and coffee bar. Tel 0404 41647
Humewood Castle and Sporting Estate
Humewood Castle, Kiltegan. Web: www.humewood.com. Tel: 0508 73215
Blessington Sports Ltd
045 863092
Blessington land and water-sports offers you an opportunity to experience a wide range of leisure activities, at great rates/ Packages are tailor made to suit everyone. Tel: 045 863092. E-mail: info@blessingtonsports.com Web: blessingtonsports.com
Football and Hurling Clubs
GAA clubs provide Gaelic football and hurling matches most weekends. The County Grounds are at Aughrim. |Check Wicklow Newspapers for details and times.
International Leisure Bowl
International Leisure Bowl, Bray. Tel: 01-2864455 Fax: 01-2864460 Facilities include ten-pin bowling, snooker, pool, sports shop and restaurant. There is a play area, amusement arcade and magazine.
Clara Lara Fun Park
Clara Lara Fun Park, between Rathdrum & Laragh, Tel: 0404-46161. Over 300 acres of Adventure playground, junior play area, fishing, crazy golf, picnic and barbecue facilities., Located beside the Annamoe River, this Park is ideal for families. Open from May to September E-mail: claralara@eircom.net
Powerscourt Waterfall Playground


Powerscourt Waterfall, Enniskerry. Tel: 01-2046000 Fax: 01-2046900 Web: www.powerscourt.ie Email: gardens@powerscourt.ie. Powerscourt Estate, which has the highest Waterfall in Ireland, has opened a new Playground. Facilities include a Space Net, Water & Sand Features and Play Area. Admission is charged.
Greenan Farm Museum & Maze
Greenan, Rathdrum. Tel: 0404 4600. The farm museum presents exhibits going back over 100 years when traditional hill farming used only the horse. The maze was planted in 1988 and a stream flows through it to a pond in the circular centre, which is surprising difficult to find. Facilities include tearooms, nature walks, animals and a craft shop. Open May/June, Tuesday to Saturday and July/August 7 days. Web: www.greenanmaze.com Email:will@greenanmaze.com.
Dawson's Family Fun
Strand Road, Bray, Tel: 01 2860974
Star Amusements
Strand Road, Bray Tel 01 2863540
Other facilities suitable for children are Arklow Maritime Museum, Glenroe Open Farm, Bray Heritage Centre, National Sea-Life Centre Bray, Avondale House.
Swimming General
With its golden stretches of sandy beaches. County Wicklow is ideal for swimming and sunbathing. Wicklow town has a sand-shmgle beach extending several miles north of the town. South of the town are Silver Strand, Maghermore, Jack's Hole and Brittas Bay beach which is 5km long and has received the EU Blue Flag Award for a number of years. The beach at Bray and Naylor's Cove and the sandy beaches on either side of Arklow are safe and ideal for swimming.
Brittas Bay:
Corna Bay* Tel: 0404 47228
Glen of the Downs
Glen View Hotel* Tel: 01 2873399
045 867600
Tulfarris House Hotel*
01 2862935
Royal Hotel Bray*
0404 46198
Avonbeg Guesthouse*
0404 39016
Arklow Sports and Leisure Centre
Wicklow Town
0404 66831
Corel Sports and Leisure Centre
* Open to members and guests only.
Deer Stalking/ Shooting
The Sika and Sika red deer hybrids of the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland have achieved a worldwide reputation for quality. The Croghan Valley Group controls over 15,000 acres of carefully managed stalking grounds holding substantial stocks of quality Sika and hybrids. The stalking is in the southwest of County Wicklow, only an hour and a half from Dublin Airport. Contact John Fintan of Croghan Valley Group by telephoning 045-40947.
Football & Hurling Clubs
GAA clubs provide Gaelic football or hurling matches most weekends. The County Grounds are at Aughrim. Check Wicklow Newspapers for details or visit www.gaa.ie.
Health Farms
Powerscourt Springs, Coolakay, Enniskerry. Tel: 01-2761000 Fax: 01-2761626 E-mail: info@powerscourtsprings.ie Web: www.powerscourtsprings.ie Renowned as a haven of tranquillity, Powerscourt Springs Health Farm is the ultimate in pampering and luxury in a spectacular setting. Some of the treatments include body wraps, body polish, ciliate treatments, body detox, Ki Massage, Reflexology and a selection of massages and facials. Guests can also avail of the newly renovated pool area, the Tranquillity room and enjoy delicious cuisine.