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Just some of the attractions within easy reach to all 3 hotels are:

Glendalough Monastic Site
www.glendalough.ie Tel: +353 (0)404 45600
Glendalough has long been an area renowned for its natural beauty and history and it is one of the most visited places in Ireland. Known as "the valley of the two lakes" for its spectacular scenery, rich history, archaeology and abundant wildlife. Distance: 29km


Dublin Museums
www.museum.ie Tel: +353 (0)1 677 7444
Dublin is home to many fine museums and galleries including Writers, Art, Natural History, Waxworks, Gaol, Guinness Storehouse to name but a few. General distance to most museums 25km


Mermaid Arts Theatre
www.mermaidartscentre.ie Tel: +353 (0)1 272 4301
Local theatre presents a full programme of theatre, music, art house film and dance. Distance: 2km


Wicklow Mountains National Park
www.wicklowmountainsnationalpark.ie Tel: +353 (0)404 45800
Wicklow Mountains National Park covers part of a mountain range that extends over most of County Wicklow on the east coast of Ireland. The primary purpose is the conservation of local biodiversity and landscape. Distance: 32km


Powerscourt Waterfall
www.powerscourt.ie Tel: +353 (0)404 45800
Powerscourt Waterfall has been a major attraction since the 1760's, it is 5km form the formal Gardens and is Ireland's largest waterfall tumbling 398 feet into the Dargle Valley. Distance: 5km


Wicklow Way
The Wicklow Way is part of a network of long-distance self guided walking trails. It is 132km in length beginning in Dublin's suburbs and ending at Clonegal in County Carlow.

Wicklow Gaol
www.wicklowshistoricgaol.com Tel: +353 (0)404 61599 / +353 (0)404 66433
Introduces the early 18th century prison life. A Story of Crime, Cruelty, Exile & Misery. "One of the most haunted places in Ireland". Distance: 29km


Avoca Handweavers
www.avoca.ie Tel: +353 (0)1 274 6900
There's a treasure trove shop which assails the senses. Two award-winning cafes with terraces. A gourmat foodhall & deli. Distance: 5km