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Pinewood Lodge

Glendalough Co Wicklow, Laragh Ireland
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#3 of 11 B&Bs / Inns in Laragh
Four star (Fáilte Ireland) accommodation on the Wicklow Way, in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains National Park. With over twenty years experience of welcoming people from far and wide into our home, we aim to provide our guests with a home away from home. Whether it be advice on places of interest in the local area, a restaurant reservation or suggestions on walks for all abilities in the locality, we do our utmost to see that every guest's needs are met. To ensure that our guests have a comfortable stay with us we offer the following: free wifi, ample free car parking, spacious guest lounge with log fire, refreshments with homemade scones and jams on arrival, an extensive breakfast menu (special dietary requirements catered for*) and tea/coffee making facilities, television and hairdryer in all bedrooms.
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James Brooks wrote a review Aug 2018
Bologna, Italy99 contributions30 helpful votes
We arrived in Ireland for a one-week stay and immediately drove south out of Dublin to begin our adventure. Pinewood Lodge was the B & B we selected given its location from Dublin and proximity to the hiking trails of the nearby national park. We are so glad we chose the Pinewood Lodge. Mary welcomed us and showed us to our room which was very clean and comfortable. She took time to answer all our questions about the area and recommended a couple late afternoon walks and restaurant choices for dinner. We drove into town and followed her advice. A good night's sleep was followed by an incredible breakfast. Mary had a menu and guests could select one of three different entrees. Her cooking was excellent and breakfast provided us the energy for a great hike later that
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Date of stay: August 2018
John Joseph wrote a review Jul 2018
Brooklyn, New York150 contributions48 helpful votes
As the title says, affordable and friendly. Owner is friendly and accommodating. I arrived a few hours early but was allowed to check into my room. Rooms were clean and comfortable. Very quiet at night as you are pretty secluded, and yet close to several pubs/restaurants. It’s a short 10 min or less walk to the Wicklow Heather and Lynham Hotel, both of which have good food and drink, and about a mile walk from the Glendalough Visitors’ Center where you can visit the monastic site and hike a number of trails. Breakfast was excellent with several dishes to choose from (I had the eggs and smoked salmon the first night and the Irish breakfast the second). There is a very sweet dog that hangs out outside. I highly recommend this B&B,
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Date of stay: July 2018
criticalhippo wrote a review Jul 2018
UK39 contributions23 helpful votes
The B&B is up a small road from the village - easy enough to walk down where there are good places to eat and drink (the Wicklow Heather and Lynham's Hotel). The room was spacious, quiet and very clean. The hosts were welcoming and helpful throughout. Breakfast was excellent - they do ask that you tell them what you want and when the night before, but I've experienced that in other places too and it doesn't seem like the biggest deal in the world - we weren't kept waiting for breakfast and it was clearly cooked with care. There are picnic tables in the grounds where you can sit out and relax, and the outside area is well-contained. The location is perfect if you're looking to explore Glendalough on foot, or maybe drive the whole Military Road. We had considered staying
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Date of stay: June 2018
Ashtyn S wrote a review Jun 2018
Kent, Washington53 contributions4 helpful votes
I'm writing this review after my second stay with Mary and her family at Pinewood Lodge. This B + B was the only one that stood out the most from my second trip to Ireland four years ago so of course I booked here again on my recent trip! The whole place is tidy and clean. Beds are lushly furnished and comfortable. The four of us all slept well. Lovely common room with books to read, couches to relax, and a table we played cards on and weren't a bother to anyone. Didn't hear any other guests although I know each room was being used. Traditional breakfast and many other options- continental options included too. Mary is great to chat with about the area. Location very close to St. Kevin's Churchyard / Glendalougb. On my first visit she recommended The Wicklow Heather for
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Date of stay: June 2018
JacJac L wrote a review May 2018
HK353 contributions17 helpful votes
I had a long day ....... Stranded in Brussels cause of an overbooked Aer Lingus Flight and was whisked to the start point of my self-guided Wiclow Way hike right after I landed in Dublin to catch up for time loss. The hike was scenic and Footfalls, the hike operator is a godsend even though this is a self-guided hike. Completed almost 20 km and with all the jetlag and exhaustion from the struggle with Aer Lingus, I found warmth and safe shelter in this little Lodge. The room is spotlessly clean and the hosts are very, very graceful! The Lodge is slightly tucked away from the mainstreet which adds comfort and peace for the wandering soul! An uniterrupted sleep led to a great breakfast the next morning. I had scramble egg with smoked salmon and it was truly delicious! The
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Date of stay: April 2018
US$99 - US$103 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
IrelandProvince of LeinsterCounty WicklowVale of GlendaloughLaragh
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