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Self Catering Holiday Homes & Cottages in Wicklow

County Wicklow is often referred to as the Garden of Ireland because of its particularly lush and fertile pasturelands. Less than an hour’s drive from Dublin City, it has a wonderfully diverse landscape from the wild Wicklow Mountains to forested glens, lakes, rivers and sandy beaches along the coast.

Explore the Wicklow Way, a unique marked trail through the Wicklow hills, where visitors can experience the beauty of the mountains, lakes and forests. Hiking, biking and running are popular outdoor sports with an array of trails meandering throughout the county.

Explore the famous Glendalough which is one of the top visitor attractions on Ireland’s Ancient East, a 13-minute drive from Churchmount Holiday Home. This is one of the most important monastic sites in Ireland. This early Christian monastic settlement was founded by St. Kevin in the 6th century and from this developed the “Monastic City”. The centre features an audio visual and has a model of the monastic site on display.

Another top attraction is Powerscourt Estate, located in the pretty village of Enniskerry. This is a large country estate which is noted for its house and award-winning landscaped gardens, today occupying 19 hectares. Enjoy a coffee or a bite to eat at the Powerscourt Avoca Café, which must have one of the best views in Ireland across to the Great Sugar Loaf.

Mount Usher Gardens yet another award-winning garden is situated in Ashford village. This magnificent garden is spread out over 20 acres along the River Vartry. Established in 1868, this unique garden in Ireland as over 5000 plant species.

For fantastic family day venture to Splash Valley or Clara Lara Fun Park. Splash Valley is an aqua-park located in Hidden Valley Holiday Park in Rathdrum in County Wicklow. The 1,800-square-metre park includes some 30 obstacles arranged around a small, manmade lake. Cara Lara is located on 30 acres of beautiful countryside in the Avonmore River valley with tree houses, Tarzan swings, rope bridges, rowing boats, water slides, rafts, canoes and junior go-carts. You will love the breath-taking aqua shuttle - the biggest water slide in Ireland.

Golfers are spoilt for choice with a range of links and courses throughout the county which includes Woodbrook Golf Club, Druids Glen, Druids Heath, The European Club and Powerscourt Golf Club.

Beaches such as Silver Strand, Magheramore Beach and Brittas Bay are popular sandy beaches. Brittas Bay has a 5km stretch of powdery sand and extensive sand dunes which is designated as a proposed Special Area of Conservation (SAC). Most of the bashes are life guarded throughout the bathing season and have Blue Flag status.

Wicklow is rich in heritage and cultural sites, offering the visitor everything from country estates and stately gardens. Powerscourt House & Gardens, Avondale House, the monastic site at Glendalough and Wicklow Mountains National Park are a must see.

Our self-catering holiday homes in Wicklow will give you all sorts of options for active outdoor holiday. There is a selection of quaint and picturesque villages such as Avoca, Aughrim, Laragh, Enniskerry, Greystones and Roundwood. Plus, you can also tour neighbouring counties such as Carlow, Kilkenny and Kildare with ease.

The train from Wicklow town or the Dart from Greystones into Dublin city takes you on a most spectacular journey along the East coast, passing the little villages of Greystones, Bray and on into Dublin city in an hour.

A self-catering holiday in Wicklow is sure to provide an action-packed or tranquil adventure, leaving you with last memories to last a lifetime.

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