Wicklow Bed & Breakfast Ireland
4 B&Bs in Wicklow, Ireland
Wicklow B&B: A spacious modern dormer bungalow, with four-star AA recommendation, situated in a quiet wooded location on the Wicklow Way in Ireland's Garden County. For your comfort, our B&B facilities include en-suite rooms with tea/coffee making facilities and hairdryer. In addition, we have a garden for visitors use along with a guest lounge to relax, read and meet others. We are also wheelchair friendly (National Rehabilitation Approved). For breakfast, we have an extensive menu and also provide servings to suit guests with early departures.
Wicklow B&B: Long-established, family-run bed and breakfast in the heart of Wicklow - the Garden of Ireland. Rural location and yet only 1 hour from the airport and ferries. Each room is tastefully decorated with all the comforts of home - tv, tea making facilities, hairdryers, clock radio, electric blankets etc. Extensive breakfast menu including full traditional Irish breakfasts, toast with homemade Irish whisky marmalade, or hot buttered potato cakes with smoked salmon - all freshly prepared. Golf and fishing arranged.
Wicklow B&B: Lettermore Country Home is situated in a delightful rural area just two miles south of Rathdrum on the Avoca road (R752) in County Wicklow, The Garden of Ireland, just one hour's drive south of Dublin and adjacent to Avondale Forest Park, home of Charles Stuart Parnell. Avoca village is four miles away and is the location of the very popular BBC TV series, Ballykissangel. Avoca is situated in a picturesque valley stretching back to the Meeting of the Waters which is two miles away. The poet Thomas Moore immortalised this meeting point. Here on a rustic seat, formed from the root of a tree, Moore is said to have written the words of the famous Irish song, the Meeting of the Waters.
Wicklow B&B: The Meath Arms B&B and Grainstore Restaurant is nestled in the heart of stunning Wicklow. Still basking in the glory of being awarded Ireland's tidiest town in 2007 and the county winner in 2008, The Meath Arms offers accommodation in a beautiful Country Inn with a long tradition of hospitality. Established in 1728 the business is today still owned and run by the Phelan family. Recently refurbished it offers superb accommodation with a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. The Inn is located in the centre of Aughrim Village, which was the overall winner in the national Tidy Towns competition in 2007. The Meath Arms B&B is a great destination for anyone interested in golf, fishing, hill walking, or as a perfect base for touring the garden of Ireland. Taxi and luggage transfer available for walkers. "That little spot in Wicklow where the air breathes sweet content." - 'To Aughrim' a poem by Desmond L. Morley