Wicklow Way Lodge


Lough Tay overlooked by mountains in the distance


View from Wicklow Way Lodge with Carrigroe in distance

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Located at the centre of peace and tranquility

Wicklow Way Lodge is located at the centre of County Wicklow, just 6 km from the Glendalough Monastic Site and 4Km from Roundwood, Ireland’s highest village, near Lough Dan and the well known walking route, The Wicklow Way.

We have had visitors from many locations across the world over recent years (including Hollywood star Matthew McConaughey and former Italian footballer, Roberto Baggio) and we are delighted with the excellent feedback from our guests on Trip Advisor.

Read unbiased reviews about us by clicking on the Tripadvisor image above.

The Lodge provides elegant accommodation together with a delicious award winning breakfast (Marilyn’s porridge is legendary).

All our bedrooms have an en-suite and are fitted out to a high standard

Come in and experience a wonderful Irish welcome.

About County Wicklow

County Wicklow is on the eastern edge of Ireland and part of the province of Leinster. Its name, Wicklow, is derived from the Old Norse name Víkingalág or Wykynlo. The Wicklow Mountains are the
largest continuous upland region in Ireland with Lugnaquilla, the highest peak, rising to 925 metres, the second highest after Kerry.

The Wicklow Way,which passes in front of Wicklow Way Lodge is the oldest waymarked long distance walking trail in Ireland, and a popular attraction in a region offering many recreational
activites including fishing, rafting and hillwalking, amongst others.

In its midst lies the monastic settlement of Glendalough, believed founded by St. Kevin, and a popular tourist attraction; as well as Powerscourt Waterfall, the highest waterfall in Ireland.

The many rivers in Wicklow include the Avoca, the Liffey and the River Vartry which flows through the Devil’s Glen to its mouth north of Wicklow town. The confluence of the rivers Avonmore and Avonbeg is locally known as “the meeting of the waters”; the combined entity, now known as the River Avoca, collects the waters of the River Aughrim before discharging into the Irish Sea at Arklow. The River Slaney is in the western part of the county, bordering County Carlow.

The many lakes are small but numerous, located mainly in mountain valleys or glacial corries. They include Loughs Dan, Tay, Brae, the lakes of Glendalough as well as Poulaphouca reservoir (the largest by volume).

Some useful links:



Powerscourt Gardens and Waterfall

Mount Usher Gardens

Avondale House and Gardens

National Garden Centre

Visit Wicklow

Wicklow, apart from walking, is popular for a range of sports including adventure sports.
We have a long standing tradition of golf and angling.