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Interhome - Aughrim Star Rating 4        
Aughrim, County Wicklow, Republic of Ireland, Aughrim, Ireland

Interhome - Aughrim provides comfortable 4-star accommodation in Aughrim. It also features a garden and a terrace.The property has 2 villas, all of which are filled with a variety of facilities to ensure a comfortable stay.
The Meetings Star Rating 4        
Vale of Avoca

The Meetings is located in Avoca and offers free Wi-Fi.There are 6 cosy rooms at The Meetings B&B, each offering all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.On-site dining options include a restaurant, which is an ideal place to have a meal.
Knockree Youth Hostel Star Rating 2        
Lacken House, Near Enniskerry, Knockree

Knockree Hostel is located in Enniskerry and offers guests free Wi-Fi. It also offers luggage storage, laundry facilities and meeting rooms.There are a variety of amenities available to guests of the hostel, such as a lift and shops.
Woodenbridge Hotel & Lodge Arklow Star Rating 3        
Vale of Avoca

Situated in the Vale of Avoca, one of Irelands most Beautiful Locations, Woodenbridge Hotel & Lodge combines all the charm of yester year with all the facilities required of the Modern Hotel.Established in 1608, Woodenbridge Hotel is the oldest Hotel in Ireland and has 22 well appointed bedrooms all ensuite and with complimentary wireless access. The Hotel overlooks the Vale of Avoca and the Amazing Woodenbridge Golf Club.
Arklow Bay Hotel Star Rating 3        
Arklow Town Centre Co. Wicklow

Arklow Bay Conference and Leisure Hotel, superior 3 star, overlooking the Irish Sea in the Fishing Port of Arklow on N11 Dublin-Rosslare, with panoramic views of the Garden of Ireland County Wicklow. Arklow Bay Conference and Leisure Hotels is elegant and comfortable, furbished to the highest of standards, offering a contemporary and warm ambience. This coupled with a professional welcoming service delivered by Tina O'Sullivan General Manager and her team.
Wilton Hotel Bray Star Rating 3        
Southern Cross Road

A 4-minute walk from Killruddery House and Gardens, this colourful, modern hotel is also 1.2 km from Bray Golf Club. The bright, casual rooms feature en suite bathrooms, free WiFi and TVs, as well as tea and coffeemaking equipment.
Esplanade Hotel Star Rating 3        
Strand Road

Overlooking Bray Promenade, this ornate Victorian hotel is a 4-minute walk from Seafront Park, and 11 minutes from Bray train station. The bright, straightforward rooms have en suite bathrooms, TVs and free WiFi. Some upgraded rooms add period furnishings, as well as sea views.
Glenview Hotel Delgany Star Rating 4        
Glen O' The Downs

This traditional hotel in a garden-filled setting is 1.9 km from the Glen of the Downs Golf Club and 7.7 km from the Killruddery House & Gardens.
Druids Glen Resort Star Rating 5        
Newtown Mount Kennedy Newtownmountkennedy

Set on 400 acres of grounds, this posh golf resort is 24 km from the Wicklow Mountains National Park and 37 km from Dublin city centre. The sophisticated rooms have free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus free-standing baths, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Suites add fireplaces, Nespresso machines, 4-poster beds and heated floors, as well as complimentary champagne.
BrookLodge & Wells Spa Star Rating 4        
Macreddin Village

This vast, eco-minded hotel and leisure complex comprises much of old Macreddin Village, which dates back to the 5th-century. It's 17 km from Arklow town centre and the sea.Chic, country-style rooms come with free WiFi and 4-poster or sleigh beds.
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Situated just south of Dublin, County Wicklow is dominated by a great mass of domed granite mountains, penetrated by deep glens and wooded valleys. The most beautiful parts of Wicklow can be found within a broad north-south swade running down the centre of the mountains. The county's rolling granite hills are also the source of Dublin's River Liffey. Located among these hills and mountains are places such as Glencree, Glenmalure, Glenmacnass and the magnificent Glen of Imaal.

One of Wicklow's most famous landmarks, the monastic site at Glendalough attracts visitors from all over the world. The monastery was founded in the sixth century by Saint Kevin and now hosts a well preserved round tower, a number of fine stone churches and various crosses. The Visitor Centre houses an exhibition, an audio-visual show entitled 'Ireland of the Monasteries' and regular guided tours of the monastic site.