It was the perfect place to stay and relax after a long hiking trip over the mountains in Glendalough. Mary is a very welcoming person. The place was very clean, warm and nice in the middle of the woods. Only a little more effort walking from the visitor center (around 30 minutes walking along the road and then climbing a little steep road for about 15 minutes ) but it was really worth it. Breakfast was also great. Typical Irish breakfast and great yogurt to recover for another walking day. I really recommend it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Four star (Fáilte Ireland) accommodation on the Wicklow Way, in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains National Park. With over twenty years experience of welcoming people from far and wide into our home, we aim to provide our guests with a home away from home. Whether it be advice on places of interest in the local area, a restaurant reservation or suggestions on walks for all abilities in the locality, we do our utmost to see that every guest's needs are met. To ensure that our guests have a comfortable stay with us we offer the following: free wifi, ample free car parking, spacious guest lounge with log fire, refreshments with homemade scones and jams on arrival, an extensive breakfast menu (special dietary requirements catered for*) and tea/coffee making facilities, television and hairdryer in all bedrooms. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pinewood Lodge Laragh, Ireland - Vale Of Glendalough