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Ballinclea House Get Rates
Ballinclea House

Ballinclea House

Brittas Bay, Brittas Bay, Ireland
     
    4.0 out of 5.0 Stars

    Situated in Brittas Bay, this agritourism property is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from The European Club and 2.1 mi (3.3 km) from Brittas Bay Beach. Kilmacurragh Botanic Gardens and Bridgewater Shopping Centre are also within 9 miles (15 km).

    Spectacular Cliff top 17th Century Seaside Farmhouse With own Beach Get Rates
    Spectacular Cliff top 17th Century Seaside Farmhouse With own Beach

    Spectacular Cliff top 17th Century Seaside Farmhouse With own Beach

    Park Clogga, Arklow, Wicklow (county)
       
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      Situated in Arklow, this agritourism property is 5.5 mi (8.9 km) from Bridgewater Shopping Centre and within 12 miles (20 km) of Woodenbridge Golf Club and Mill at Avoca Village. Avoca Mines and The European Club are also within 16 miles (25 km).

      Glendalough Only 10 Min. Away. A Eunique Opportunity to Stay in a Special Place Get Rates
      Glendalough Only 10 Min. Away. A Eunique Opportunity to Stay in a Special Place

      Glendalough Only 10 Min. Away. A Eunique Opportunity to Stay in a Special Place

      Baltynanima, Roundwood, Lehaunstown, Glendalough, Wicklow (county)
         
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        Situated in the mountains, this agritourism property is 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Lough Dan and within 6 miles (10 km) of Wicklow Mountains National Park and Lough Tay. St. Kevin's Church and Glendalough Cathedral are also within 9 miles (15 km).

        Authentic holiday experiences in Wicklow Agritourism

        If you're after something different to the classic hotel stay with the usual clean-cut lobbies and modern conveniences, perhaps it's time to break away from civilisation for a spell. That's precisely where Wicklow Agritourism come in. They offer an exciting alternatve to a traditional holiday getaway. You'll venture out to the wilder side of the destination. You'll be surrounded by nature. You'll have hiking paths and parks on the doorstep. And you could even get your hands dirty by helping out with day-to-day farming chores.

        Something tasty in Wicklow Agritourism

        Almost always run by locals, these sorts of hotels ooze authenticity. Instead of just sampling regional produce in restaurants, you can see where and how it's made. And it doesn't end there. You can also learn loads about local culinary techniques thanks to the rustic kitchens that come attached to so many Wicklow Agritourism, where locals are often happy to showcase the ins and outs of home cooking. And there's even a chance you could leave with a tasty souvenir – a pot of jam, a bottle of wine, some fresh veg. Remember that you'll be staying on a working farm, after all.

        Explore the great outdoors around Wicklow Agritourism

        There are few accommodations here that'll have you immersed in nature like a Wicklow agritourism getaway. Perfect for escaping from the hustle and bustle of city life, these sorts of stays mean waking up to fresh country air in the company of wildlife. Many have loads of outdoorsy pursuits right on the doorstep. That could mean a winding hiking trail or a little nature walk, it could mean birdwatching spots or just a leafy garden that promises relaxation and respite.

        A taste of luxury in Wicklow Agritourism

        Although rustic, Wicklow Agritourism don't have to be primitive. In fact, they rarely are. There's a distinct edge of luxury available in many of the same sort of stays. Places like these are known to have outdoor pools and sunning terraces, on-site spas and farm-to-table restaurants. Rooms often come with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside and cosy lounges where you can sit and chat to like-minded travellers as a wood fire crackles in the hearth. It's all part of the focus on natural, healthy living, part of creating a spiritual, authentic and meaningful escape from the Rat Race.

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        It's never been easier to discover the most amazing agritourism holidays on offer in Wicklow. Using our intelligent search engine and travel map, you can now unearth the top-rated country stays across the whole destination. That's great if you've got an idea of what sort of natural surroundings you want to explore, but also perfect if you're in need of a little inspiration. All you need to do is enter the dates you're planning on travelling and ebookers will take care of the rest.

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        Dunbur Lodge €40
        Reviewed on 2 Jul 2017
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        Dunbur Lodge

        Dunbur Lodge

        Dunbur Road, Wicklow, Wicklow
           
          2.0 of 5
          3.0 out of 5.0 Stars

          Very poor signage, almost as if guests weren't wanted. A soul-less house, paper thin walls, very basic breakfasts, shabby rooms, dubious sheets, remote from dinner spots, over priced. I used it as a base for a project, but left early as I couldn't face another dismal night.

          Glen na Smole Get Rates
          Glen na Smole

          Glen na Smole

          Ashtown Lane, Marlton Road, Wicklow, Wicklow
             
            4.0 out of 5.0 Stars

            Situated in Wicklow, this bed & breakfast is within 3 miles (5 km) of Wicklow's Historic Gaol, Black Castle and Wicklow Golf Club. Mount Usher Gardens and Blainroe Golf Club are also within 6 miles (10 km).

            Halpins Townhouse Bed & Breakfast €89
            Reviewed on 21 Oct 2017
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            Halpins Townhouse Bed & Breakfast

            Halpins Townhouse Bed & Breakfast

            Bachelors Walk, Wicklow Town, Wicklow, Wicklow (county)
               
              2.0 of 5
              3.0 out of 5.0 Stars

              Was a bit disappointed as it was not what I expected from pictures I had seen. In need of redecorating. Hosts were very welcoming.

              Grand Wicklow Get Rates
              Reviewed on 21 May 2018
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              Grand Wicklow

              Grand Wicklow

              ABBEY STREET - WICKLOW TOWN, Wicklow
                 
                4.0 of 5
                3.0 out of 5.0 Stars

                It was a comfortable stay. Dated but that gave some character. We enjoyed it. Very friendly. Room was perfectly comfortable. Good price. Would recommend.

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