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Penny was very friendly and our room was very clean and comfortable. The wood floors throughout the house gleam. Derrymore House is a perfect place to stay for a family, with it having extra beds in the rooms. Walk out the gate and you are...More
What a fantastic way to start our Irish vacation! A large, lovely room with a view of Glendalough Lake, a friendly and charming hostess, exquisite grounds, and a comprehensive breakfast in a dining room full of art books...we could not have imagined a better place...More
This B&B is very nice. I made a mistake in my scheduling and when I arrived I was told my reservation was for the next week. Oops! But, we were treated great - we were given a room (we were the only ones there) and...More
We have experienced an outstanding hiking holiday while staying in Derrymore House. Location is outstanding, overlooking Lower Lake. Room was really large and comfy. Hosts could not be nicer. Penny cooked great breakfasts and we used opportunity to order packed lunches. We were also given...More
The main advantage of the Derrymore House is the location - one can walk around the lake, up the mountain, in to town - and the area is so beautiful. The Wicklows were definitely a favorite on our trip to Ireland. The rooms were adequate,...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
US$80 - US$94 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms
Province of Leinster >
County Wicklow >
Vale of Glendalough >
Also Known As
Derrymore House Vale Of Glendalough, Ireland - Glendalough Village
Response from artistmother320 | Reviewed this property |
You know, I am not sure. Our room was on the second floor, but there were doors on the first floor, and an additional small building on the first floor. The dining area was on the second floor, but of course the hostess... More
You know, I am not sure. Our room was on the second floor, but there were doors on the first floor, and an additional small building on the first floor. The dining area was on the second floor, but of course the hostess could accommodate you. One issue that might be troublesome is that the area around the house is thickly graveled. We had trouble moving our large wheeled suitcases, so I don't know if that would be a problem for a wheelchair as well. I am unable to attach their email address (this site won't allow), but you can google them to find their own website.
Best of luck!