:: Accommodation Wicklow
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All of our accommodations are Irish Tourist Board approved an you can choose from hotels, b&bs, self catering and guesthouses all at unbelievably low rates.
Appropriately known as the Garden of Ireland Wicklow offers a diverse natural beauty unseen in other counties in this splendid nation. Choose budget hotels in Wicklow for that discount deal.
Our selection of luxury hotels Wicklow are a popular choice for those who crave quality service and first-class accommodation.
Sample the fine hospitality of a Wicklow bed & breakfast. Stay in a Town or Country Home in one of Ireland's most scenic counties.
If you want accommodation that allows you the freedom to cook your own meals and have an accommodation all to yourself, then perhaps our self-catering Wicklow properties are for you.
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Appropriately known as the Garden of Ireland Wicklow offers a diverse natural beauty unseen in other counties in this splendid nation. Just minutes from the bustling metropolis of Dublin, Wicklow is blessed with lush green pastures, majestic woodlands and a memorizing coastline.
Due to its close proximity to the Capital, Wicklow was one of the first inhabited counties on the island. From as early as 6400 BC there is evidence of habitation when the Menapii tribe existed at the end of the Ice age. That same Ice age was kind to the area crafting a plethora of natural features to wet the scenic appetite.
Boat building has always been popular in the county and when in Wicklow make sure to pop into the Maritime museum in Arklow to trace a very important history of the coastal county.
The Wicklow mountains which straddle the Dublin-Wicklow border provide an excellent view of the surrounding countryside and many walkers feel this range is unrivalled for its scenic beauty in Europe. Waterfalls, lakes and streams work in tandem to source a floral extravaganza so if you can get those hiking boots on.
The children will like Bray, one the largest towns in Wicklow. Seafront based it boasts a range of activities for all with lively bars and sporting facilities.