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Top 10 Hotels in Wicklow

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5 out of 5
Powerscourt Estate, Enniskerry, Wicklow
Free cancellation
8 Sep-9 Sep
4.7/5Exceptional! (381 reviews)

"Incredible location and hotei was amaizing. I woulld definitely recommend this place!"…"

Reviewed on 12 Jul 2019

Powerscourt Hotel, Autograph Collection
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3 out of 5
Enniskerry, Enniskerry, Wicklow
Free cancellation
25 Aug-26 Aug
3.8/5Good! (130 reviews)

"Very nice location, quiet country setting. Dinner was fantastic, the staff very friendly, talkative."…"

Reviewed on 7 Aug 2019

Summerhill House Hotel
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2 out of 5
47 Strand Road, Bray, Wicklow
Free cancellation
1 Sep-2 Sep
4/5Very Good! (202 reviews)

"Everything. The staff, the rooms, the place. Such a great place to stay inn by the sea"…"

Reviewed on 6 Jul 2019

The Martello Hotel
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3 out of 5
Main Street, Bray, Wicklow
Free cancellation
27 Aug-28 Aug
3.2/5 (635 reviews)

"I liked the Hotel in general. Our room was a little away from the lift and we walked a lot of corridors and through fire doors to get to it. The staff were very polite and the bar staff were equally nice. One complaint I had as did our party of 4 is that the plates at the breakfast buffet were all ..."…"

Reviewed on 14 Aug 2019

The Royal Hotel and Leisure Centre
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3 out of 5
Sea Road 1, Arklow, Wicklow
Free cancellation
5 Sep-6 Sep
4/5Very Good! (206 reviews)

"Ilove the arklow bay. The staff are so friendly especially janet at tge front of house. Every day asked us how we are. The childrens club is great even in the evening .well worth a visit."…"

Reviewed on 1 Aug 2019

Arklow Bay Hotel
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5 out of 5
Newtownmountkennedy, Newtownmountkennedy, Wicklow
Free cancellation
26 Aug-27 Aug
4.7/5Exceptional! (338 reviews)

"The friendly service and the efficiency of the service"…"

Reviewed on 13 Aug 2019

Druids Glen Hotel & Golf Resort
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4 out of 5
Glen Of The Downs, Delgany, Wicklow
Free cancellation
28 Aug-29 Aug
4.1/5Very Good! (192 reviews)
Midweek break

"Amazing stay will be back soon"…"

Reviewed on 19 May 2019

The Glenview Hotel And Leisure Club
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3 out of 5
Vale of Avoca, Arklow, Wicklow
Free cancellation
30 Aug-31 Aug
4.4/5Excellent! (66 reviews)

"I like the quaint peaceful surroundings.The staff are always friendly and thd hitel is always spotless."…"

Reviewed on 10 Aug 2019

Woodenbridge Hotel
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3 out of 5
Main Street, Newtownmountkennedy, Wicklow
Free cancellation
1 Sep-2 Sep
4.4/5Excellent! (362 reviews)

"The Parkview is a beautiful hotel, the staff went above and beyond to make our stay special sepecially the ladies who cleaned our room everyday and left it so fresh. I would recommend this hotel to anybody"…"

Reviewed on 14 Aug 2019

Parkview Hotel
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3.5 out of 5
Convent Road, Delgany, County Wicklow
Free cancellation
20 Aug-21 Aug
4.5/5Wonderful! (39 reviews)

"Very quirky property. Enjoyed our stay there. Room was clean and comfortable. Staff were friendly and welcoming. Unfortunately at 9.30 we seemed to be last down for breakfast and found most of the supplies had been used up."…"

Reviewed on 10 Jul 2019

The Horse & Hound
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Wicklow Travel Guide

Considered by many as The Garden of Ireland, the vast mountains, many gardens, cliffs, sandy beaches and hidden lakes have made Wicklow a destination that will make you fall in love with the great outdoors. Less than 30-minutes from Dublin, with several popular coastal towns and historic sites, Wicklow has so much to offer visitors looking for a short-break in Ireland’s south east.

Explore Wicklow Mountains

The largest national park in Ireland, Wicklow Mountains are one of the many reasons travellers visit this beautiful part of the country. As one of Ireland’s premier outdoor destinations, Wicklow Mountains offer visitors the chance to explore some 220 km2 of picturesque surroundings, including the ancient monastic city of Glendalough. Walk, cycle or drive through the park and marvel at the impressive natural surroundings around you. When visiting Wicklow Mountains be sure to take time to visit the ancient monastic city of Glendalough, established by St. Kevin in the 6th century. While much of the site lies in ruins today, the views over the park and lakes from atop Glendalough are among the most impressive anywhere in Wicklow.

From here make your way towards Powerscourt House & Gardens, once voted the 3rd best garden in the world by National Geographic. Powerscourt has several picturesque gardens to explore, with the Japanese Gardens particularly impressive. Some 6km away from Powerscourt House lies Ireland’s largest waterfall, the Powerscourt Waterfall. With so much natural beauty to discover, be sure to give yourself plenty of time to take in everything Wicklow Mountains and the surrounding area has to offer.

Top Attractions in Wicklow

While Wicklow Mountains, Glendalough and Powerscourt will provide plenty for visitors to Wicklow to see and do, the rest of the county has plenty on offer, taking you on a journey through time, making Wicklow a key destination along Ireland’s Ancient East. Head to Wicklow Town where you can discover more about the history of the county at Wicklow Gaol and Black Castle, while the towns of Avoca and Arklow are worth exploring. Russborough House is another impressive stately home to explore, with this 18th-century building located on the Kildare-Wicklow border. The nearby Blessington Lakes provide a tranquil walking environment, with views of Wicklow Mountains in the distance. The popular seaside resorts of Bray and Greystones are worth visiting when you travel through Wicklow, with the National Sea Life Centre in Bray a must-see if travelling with kids. For hiking fans, the 131km Wicklow Way Walk is one of Ireland’s must do walking routes, taking you from Marlay Park in Dublin to Clonegal in Carlow, passing through the Wicklow Mountains on route. Killruddery House just outside Bray Vartry Reservoir are well worth checking out when visiting Wicklow, while Avondale House, the birthplace of Charles Stewart Parnell attracts many visitors across the year.

Wicklow Hotels

Accommodation in Wicklow is plentiful, with many towns and villages leaving you well placed to explore the vast Wicklow Mountains, arguably the most popular part of the county.