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Wicklow, with its many planned gardens containing diverse exotic and rare plants, is rightfully known as the Garden County of Ireland. Wicklow owes much of its beauty to all manner of plants growing here that add to the breathtaking scenery of the county in every season.

Wicklow has plenty of accommodation available due to its popularity. Book a hotel in Wicklow, cottage, self catering, holiday home, B&B or farm house.

Wicklow is the place for hikers and sightseers. It is easy to get to this county from Dublin through rail or bus services. Alternatively, hire a car and drive round Wicklow at your leisure.

Sandy beaches, rugged mountains and central plains define the county, so why not try swimming, sunbathing, hiking, walking, and cycling?

Car hire in Wicklow

Car Hire Wicklow

Our Car rental services section provides all information about Car Hire and Rental in Dublin and Wicklow . We have compiled a list of fleet available for hiring, and a list of car rental offices in Ireland. You will find low cost car hire all over Ireland. You can easily book your car online or get an instant quote.

Restaurants in Wicklow

Restaurants in Wicklow

During the recent years, many new restaurants have sprung up in Dublin. These restaurants offer a wide range of cuisines and attract tourists from all parts of the world. Reserve a restaurant in Dublin now.

Hotels in Wicklow

Wicklow Hotels

Browse through Ireland's Wicklow Hotel Guide to resolve all your worries about selecting a hotel, according to your budget and style in this amazingly beautiful place. Ranging from 2 star cheap Wicklow hotels to 5 star luxury hotels, Wicklow Hotels in Ireland provide every comfort and facility.

Golf in Wicklow

Golf in Wicklow

Ireland is a place of breathtaking scenery and friendly people, not to forget home of the world's best golf courses. Browse around and see what we have to offer in our Dublin Golf Guide.


Wicklow attractions

The Wicklow Mountains are renowned for their beauty and a visit to Wicklow Mountains National Park is a must. There, you can see deer, the famous round tower and stone churches of Glendalough, an early Christian monastic site.

Mount Usher Gardens is also worth a visit. The plant collection here is fabulous and consists of over 5000 plant species from all over the world. 20 acres of serene landscape consisting of flowers, trees, shrubs and lawns is sure to please any lover of natural beauty.

The granite-based Russborough House at Blessington is a fine example of Palladian Architecture. The display of fine furniture, silver, bronze and porcelain is an unforgettable sight for anyone remotely interested in interior designing.

Star Leisure

open all year round is situated on bray seafront and has all the latest in video games, prize cranes and kiddies rides. Star Casino is where you can experience all the thrills of Las Vegas. Covering two floors you can play roulette, poker, blackjack, or try your luck on the slots. We have a purpose built Texas holdem poker room.

Wicklow - County Review


The County of Wicklow, renowned for its sea coast beaches and inland diversity of lakes, mountains and rivers, truly merits the title, The Garden of Ireland. Undeniably, nature has handsomely blessed this part of the Emerald Isle. Wicklow County has everything except an airport, but the adjacency of Dublin Airport plus a direct motorway link to it, not only renders a benefit, but the safe distance ensures the tranquillity of the glens and valleys are rarely disturbed by the sounds of aircraft engines. The gateway to the natural beauty of Wicklow is Dublin itself through which virtually 70% of its visitors come.

Natures connectivity with the capital county is the continuum which are the joined-up Dublin and Wicklow Mountains. The spectacular approach is the mountain route which provides panoramic views of Dublin City and Bay. The coastal route by train or bus (St. Kevins Bus Service operates from Stephens Green, a tourist focal point in Dublins city centre).

The joy of the whole Wicklow panorama is this: within minutes of leaving a major urban area lovers of the great outdoors can be lost in wonder in the glorious landscape which has inspired poets and artists and attracted aristocrats and merchant princes to acquire large acreages of it for their residential lifestyles. Powerscourt House and Gardens in Enniskerry is one of the most celebrated and cultivated of these with its majestic location, formal gardens, its waterfall (the highest in Ireland) and now a golf course set in exceptional scenic beauty. Powerscourt is open to the public and possesses quality restaurants and high class shopping.

Bray with its English-style promenade is a highly popular destination and easily accessible by a fast train service. Families enjoy its beach and the public lawns, pubs, restaurants.Amusements, casino and leisure facilities available at Star leisure & Casino.

Greystones, equally serviced by the Dart, retains a charming old world touch even though it is a rapidly expanding satellite town of Dublin. It manages to keep its village charm and is an ideal area for strolling especially the seafront walk from the harbour to the beach. Its location between the sea and the mountains is truly aesthetically pleasureable to the eye of the discerning beholder. Worth the mention: there are five golf courses in the immediate area and many more throughout the county.

BBC TV viewers will find it easy to "romance" about Avoca Village where the popular series "Ballykissangel" were set. The stunning landscape so impacts the senses it is not hard to appreciate the inspiration Woodenbridge provided for Thomas Moore to pen his famous Irish melody, "The Meeting of the Waters."

Ardmore Film Studios are situated in County Wicklow and its scenery has been used in many famous films. Not surprisingly, because included in the list are historic dramas of the calibre included Excalibur, Brave Heart, King Arthur, Moll Flanders, Michael Collins and the Count of Monte Cristo.

Not to have absorbed the atmosphere of Glendalough and Laragh would be gravely remiss by a visitor to the County. Because its ruins date back to early Christian times, it articulates peace to the soul of humanity. It has lakes, high mountains and a tangible quietude. Wicklow is its space, but it belongs to a world seeking a refuge from the hassle of lifes frenetic merry-go-round.

County Wicklow, just south of Dublin, is the most wooded county in Ireland with one fifth of the land in forestry. Its National Park embraces 17,000 hectares.

Cottage or hotel in Wicklow

If youre looking to stay in a cottage or hotel in Wicklow, the coastal area of the county features the popular tourist resorts of Arklow and Bray. Hotels in Wicklow cater for the many tourists who flock to the county every year. If a cottage in Wicklow is more your thing, you may be able to find one in the countryside for that little bit of peace.

Find a hotel in Wicklow, cottage, self catering, holiday home, B&B or farm house.

Wicklow things to do

Other things to do when in County Wicklow include:

The National Sea Life Centre at Bray
Star Amusements & Leisure Bray Seafront
Killruddery House Gardens and Glencormac Gardens near Bray
Powerscourt Gardens and House are west of Bray, featuring over 45 acres of lakes, gardens, terraces and the highest waterfall in Ireland
The Historic Gaol in Wicklow town
The golf course of Druids Glen in Wicklow town
Wicklow towns Regatta Festival (August)
The Avoca Handweavers and mill in Avoca.


Wicklows neighbouring counties are also packed with beautiful attractions and scenery:

Dublin
Kildare
Carlow
Wexford


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