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110% clean, cosy en-suite bedroom. Cold welcome by the host as we arrived later in the evening (still daylight) than they expected. However no arrival time was fixed previously. Wonderful view from the dining room to the opposite hill and to the lake underneath in...More
We stayed 2 nights at Derrymore. My wife, 2 daughters and I. We had a family room and the room was very spacy and comfortable. The view out our window was of the lower lake and the mountains and it was fabulous. The breakfast was...More
If you're looking for rustic, this is the place to stay. It is located up on a hill overlooking a small lake. The views are gorgeous and the area is very quiet. But while enjoying the views you need to contend with the smell of...More
Response from TPK2, co owner at Derrymore HouseResponded September 17, 2008
Wow! This review is a real slap in the face. We had no idea that we were hosts to such an aparently disgruntled guest. I will try to answer the criticisms directly and honestly.
The views around our home are indeed "georgous and the area...More
The Derrymore is a very nice B&B in the Glendalough area. We stayed there our first two nights in Ireland. Pat, the owner, and his daughters, were fantastic. They couldn't do enough for us in making their home feel like ours. Even though Pat had...More
This B&B is very quaint and perfectly located for touring around the Wicklow mountains. If you like to run in the morning it doesnt get any better than this place in Ireland. There are trails perfect for running right out the front doorstep. The room...More
Response from artistmother320 | Reviewed this property |
You know, I am not sure. Our room was on the second floor, but there were doors on the first floor, and an additional small building on the first floor. The dining area was on the second floor, but of course the hostess... More
You know, I am not sure. Our room was on the second floor, but there were doors on the first floor, and an additional small building on the first floor. The dining area was on the second floor, but of course the hostess could accommodate you. One issue that might be troublesome is that the area around the house is thickly graveled. We had trouble moving our large wheeled suitcases, so I don't know if that would be a problem for a wheelchair as well. I am unable to attach their email address (this site won't allow), but you can google them to find their own website.
Best of luck!