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Very nice hotel with beautiful grounds. Most staff were wonderful but a few were snooty, which I find ironic since they were employees and not guests like myself.
Excellent location and close to interesting attractions, good pubs and restaurants plus walks etc. Overall the cottage was very clean, spacious and comfortable however, if staying there during winter, one needs to be aware of the high cost of power. We considered our daily costs for power high and ...
The hotel staff were very friendly and the hotel itself was clean and modern. We booked one night in a suite for a special occasion and dinner. The suite was lovely and was everything we expected. The fine dining however was a nightmare. The staff didn’t have a clue what they were doing. The starter ...
Arrived early in the morning & greeted by a very nice Night porter who quickly checked us in with no fuss. The breakfast staff were very polite & served us and other guest with a level of service you would expect from a higher starred facility. The gym, swimming pool & other leisure facilities were ...
Staff in white room Very pleasant and extremely helpful,also staff in Italian restaurant very pleasant,and food delicious. Reception staff very officious,no warmth in their greeting,also no information booklet in rooms to advice of meal times and closure times of same .We were advised on our arrival ...
A very comfortable stay in a very nice hotel surprisingly close to Dublin. The quality of the food in the restaurant is first class and all served by a very helpful and pleasant staff.
A lovely lodge, with pleasant host, and separate entrance for guests that gives privacy.. red carpeted room with ceiling beams and open brick feature. Breakfast excellent. Bed very large and cosy. Showers hot, and as it was chilly weather the heating was on full. We were within walking distance of ...
For those looking for romance County Wicklow offers peace, tranquillity and the chance to spend some quality time together far from the madding crowd. It also boasts some wonderfully romantic hotels where you can enjoy each other's company whilst you take in the almost mythic natural splendour of your surroundings.
Although it is less than half an hour by car from Dublin and its international airport County Wicklow feels worlds apart. Gone are the distractions of the lively city and some rather more subtle charms take their place. Here it is more about unspoilt countryside, particularly around the rolling hills and lazy rivers that typify the Vale of Avoca. It is in this area that Ballykissangel is set, and the beautiful views and natural richness do not fail to impress. It is an environment to both fall in love with and one to fall in love within.
There are a number of options for those looking for a hotel with a touch of romance in County Wicklow.
At the top end of the scale there are five star spa hotels which promise glamour as well as privacy. After enjoying a massage and a sauna together you can swim slowly in the hotel's pool before dining in the Georgian banquet room. A stroll around the manicured lawns will reveal the nearby coast where the Irish Sea laps against the golden sands of the beach and, on your other side, the inviting peaks of the mountains which form the backbone of the county.
Romance isn't all about lavish hotels, however. You can find more modest Georgian houses that have been converted into accommodation that still provides you that room with a splendid view and offers you the discretion and privacy that you need.
In County Wicklow there is the romance of the coast and you can experience it in all its glory between Bray and Brittas Bay. Here golden sands, evocative sand dunes, clifftop strolls, Victorian promenades and the serene sound of the sea's rolling waves are the order of the day.
You could also look for a hotel that allows you to walk the Wicklow Way with the love of your life, taking in the romance of the Irish countryside on the way. The walk stretches all the way from Dublin’s suburbs and encompasses the rolling fields of County Carlow at its furthest south. Along the way the walk's route will take you past historical bog roads, nature trails, secluded monastic ruins, perfectly maintained gardens and some stunning stately homes to explore together.
For lovers young and old the romantic hotels in County Wicklow, and the chance to enjoy the natural glory of your surroundings, make this a wonderful place to reignite that spark or to start what could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship.