Walking the Wicklow Way, I was very happy to stay at Lough Dan House. Theresa couldn't do enough and the lovely freshly cooked dinner and breakfast were the best I had had so far. The bedroom was nicely furnished and the bed very comfortable. Even the packed lunch was great and very appreciated on my walk to Glendalough. Would highly recommend.
I arrived here with my two adult daughters on day 2 of our Wicklow way trip, very wet after 3 hrs heavy rain. We were met with a warm welcome, our boots and wet clothes were taken & dried over night. We had a delicious home cooked salmon dinner that evening with a well-needed bottle of wine. They went out of their way to accommodate our dietary requirements. It was superb from start to finish. We had a delicious breakfast to set us on our way the following morning. Highly recommend.
Stayed here one night of our Wicklow staycation. Very comfortable and friendly hosts. Breakfast was delicious. A nice, simple place to stay and the hosts very very helpful. Maybe a little off the beaten path and not as many facilities as would have hoped.
Came out to loughdan with friends to pay a tribute to my good oul skin carl. Met Sean on arrival and what a absolute gent he was. A lovely chap who went out of his way to make us feel most wecome, providing us with great parking spots. Ever the gent, Sean guided us in the direction of the scenic route, we were all amazed by all the beauty we came across along the wicklow way. Just a glimpse and we knew it would be a great spot to spend 2 nights. The beach area is a beautiful picturesque spot but due to the sand, we decided to camp out back at the big greens (away from all the rift raft). A magical and soul refreshing time was had by all. The avid camper that Carl was, meant he enjoyed many a night at his favourite spot. And we were truly honoured to have such a special moment captured in our hearts forever. Thank you, Sean. Emma (James & co)…
Six of us stayed at Loughdan House for 8 nights in September 2019, whilst walking the Wicklow Way. It was excellent!! The schedule that they put together for us worked extremely well, with Sean dropping us off each morning (after a fantastic breakfast) and, seemingly by magic, being there to pick us up at the end of our days' walking. Loughdan House is set in a beautiful location and the accommodation is very comfortable, providing everything we needed. The food produced each day by Theresa was superb, as was the warm & friendly welcome. Sean & Theresa were both extremely accommodating, particularly when personal circumstances impacted one of the group, doing everything that they could to help. We could not have wished for better hosts and would certainly recommend staying at Loughdan House and taking advantage of their services for walking in the Wicklow mountains.…
we stayed here was very nice and warm after a day of hiking. Owner was very welcoming and very helpful and dried our jackets so we could use the next day. breakfast was very nice. would definetly go back.
Truly a remarkable B & B! The room and amenities could not have be better. The hostess (Theresa) made us feel like we were family. We explored the immediate area with a very pleasant walk and thoroughly enjoyed our stay!
In the beautiful setting of the Wicklow Mountains, this B&B is fine, ok. But that’s it. The bathrooms are seriously outdated and shabby, and the general standard is far lower than comparably priced B&Bs on our tour (that is, fairly expensive). Much of the work done on the property looks like DIY; it requires serious investment to bring it up to the overwhelmingly high standard of B&Bs in Ireland. We had expected better. The evening meal (set menu with no choice) was very plain, and breakfast was uninspiring. If you’ve been touring around and staying in fab friendly places with superb breakfasts, you should not book here, as it does not compare. It turned out to be just a place to lay our head, and at that price it should have been more.
Was made to feel very unwelcome in this guest house, told to fill the kettle in the bathroom, told not to make noise when coming in from dinner, asked to check out once breakfast plates were swiped off the table, the lady running this guest house has a lot to learn about customer service and could do with a serious attitude adjustment, would not recommend at all
Lough Dan House was squeaky clean, and since it is rather remotely located, dinner was served and it was one of our best meals in Ireland, as was the homemade brown bread at breakfast. Watching the moon set over the mountains was a wonderful view.