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Brooklodge and Macreddin Village

Macreddin Village, Aughrim, Co. Wicklow
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BrookLodge is a luxury country-house hotel in a village-style setting which includes an 18-hole golf course, a pub, café and food shop. There is a choice of dining options - the award-winning Strawberry Tree Restaurant specialising in organic and wild foods and a more casual Italian restaurant. Bedrooms and lounges in the original house are very comfortable; there are also bedrooms in Brookhall, tailored for guests attending weddings and conferences. The Wells Spa offers extensive treatments and leisure facilities, and there are many outdoor activities including horse riding and off-road driving.

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Druids Glen Hotel & Golf Resort

Newtown Mount Kennedy
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This hotel is idyllically situated between the Wicklow Mountains and the coast. It is surrounded by two fabulous golf courses and features a range of smart indoor leisure facilities and treatment rooms. Bedrooms and suites have been equipped to the highest standard, many making the most of the stunning views. Service is delivered in a most professional manner, and always with a smile. Guests may choose to dine in the award winning Hugo's Restaurant, or in the less formal surroundings of the Thirteenth Bar and Pavilion Lounge. A hotel that comfortably mixes family and corporate business.

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Glenview Hotel

Glen O' The Downs, Delgany, Co. Wicklow
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This hotel is set in lovely terraced gardens overlooking the Glen o' the Downs. The comfortable bedrooms are spacious, and many enjoy the great views over the valley. The impressive public areas include a conservatory bar, lounge and choice of dining options including the first-floor Woodlands Restaurant where dinner is served. The hotel has an excellent range of leisure and conference facilities. A championship golf course and horse riding can be found nearby.

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Hunters Hotel

Newrath Bridge, Rathnew, Co. Wicklow
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One of Ireland's oldest coaching inns, this charming country house was built in 1720 and is full of character and atmosphere. It has been in the same ownership for generations. The bedrooms retain their old world charm and many original features, from creaking floorboards to antique furniture and country chintz. They are however warm and comfortable, many with wonderful views over prize-winning gardens bordering the River Vartry. The restaurant has a well-founded reputation for carefully prepared dishes which make the best use of high quality local produce, including fruit and vegetables from the hotel's own garden. It is one of the few hotels still offering traditional lunch daily. This is an ideal base for touring the gardens of County Wicklow, less than an hour from Dublin City centre.

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Powerscourt Hotel

Powerscourt Estate, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow
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This very stylish hotel, built in the Palladian style, has a tranquil setting with stunning views over the gardens and woodlands to the Sugar Loaf. The bedrooms and suites are particularly spacious and well appointed with very impressive bathrooms that have TVs, deep tubs and walk-in showers. The luxuriously appointed public areas are airy and spacious with a variety of food options that includes the Gordon Ramsay at Powerscourt restaurant. The hotel also has a stunning spa, two golf courses, and includes fly fishing and equestrian pursuits among its many leisure facilities.

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Tinakilly House Hotel

Rathnew, Co. Wicklow
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Located south of the village, there is an elegant oak-lined avenue leading to Tinakilly House, a Victorian mansion steeped in history. It was built in 1884 for Captain Robert Halpin, Master Mariner and Commander of SS Great Eastern who laid the telegraphic cable joining Europe to America. There are lovely garden views from the lounges that have open log fires. Some of the comfortable bedrooms and suites enjoy views over the Irish Sea and bird sanctuary at Broadlough Costal Lagoon. Furnishings throughout reflect the Victorian period yet provide all modern comforts. Fine dining is available in the Brunell Restaurant, and snacks and afternoon tea are served in the drawing room, or in pods on the lawn when weather permits.

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Tynte House

Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow

This 19th-century farmhouse stands in the square of the quiet country village of Dunlavin, in the west of County Wicklow. The friendly hosts have carried out a lot of restoration resulting in cosy bedrooms and a relaxing guest sitting room. Breakfast, featuring Caroline's home baking, is a highlight of a visit to this house. An all-weather tennis court is located in the grounds, together with an indoor games room. This house is an ideal base for touring the Wicklow and Kildare areas with their many sporting attractions.

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