You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Wicklow, Brittas Bay, County Wicklow. It is a Semi-detached Apartment.
Les s than an hour from Dubin and Wexford situated just three miles from Wicklow Town this delightful apartment is semi detached to the owners home. It enjoys its own private garden area. The apartment comprises of two rooms a combined lounge-kitchen-diner in one room and a spacious double room with ensuite power shower just perfect for couples. Modern furnishings , geothermal underfloor heating and free Wi-Fi for guests use however please note there is no TV. This countryside setting is a great base to explore the Sunny South East, all towns along the coast are easily accessible with much to explore and a plethora of beautiful sandy beaches to enjoy.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant 3 miles. Beach 4 miles.
GF: lounge/kitchen/diner, double with ensuite shower room.
Electricity included , linen and towels included, fridge with small ice box, underfloor heating, w/machine, internet access, welcome pack, patio area, patio furniture, shared driveway, off road parking. Sorry no pets.
This property is suitable for two adults only, regrets no or infants.
There is a pub/restaurant just 1.2 miles away in Coolbeg however this is seasonal so not always open.
Wicklow town with a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants. There are large supermarkets such as Tesco, three banks, many pharmacies, cafes and more.
- Wicklow's Historical Gaol is open all year round with an exciting programme of events for all to enjoy. There are audio-visual journeys, holographic displays, a replica prison ship, ghost tours at night and a virtual reality experience taking you back through the 1700's and Irish history.
- The Wicklow Way was Ireland's first way marked walking trail established in 1980. Beginning in Rathfarnham, Dublin the trail heads over mountains, past lakes, valleys, mountain streams and much more with absolutely breathtaking scenery. A must for walkers of all abilities.
- Wicklow Mountains National Park covers around 20000 hectares of land including Lugnaquilla, Liffey Head Bog and Glendalough Wood Nature Reserve. There are a variety of free activities for groups of all ages to enjoy including field trips, nature walks and more.
- Wicklow Golf Club is an 18-hole course with excellent views, bar and dining facilities and a great welcome! Visitors are more than welcome and green fees can be found online.
- Glendalough is a thirty minute drive away steeped in history reaching as far back as the 6th century when St. Kevin founded the famous monastery that become a centre for Christian learning in Ireland.