Glendalough Visitor Centre Car Park R757
...The name Glendalough translates as the ..'The glen or valley of the 2 lakes' ... associated with Saint Kevin, his cell can be seen from the lakes edge and the church, graveyard and round tower are located close by. Endless beauty abounds ..walks, picnic areas, lake views, hill walking ... all…
Long, difficult hikes with stunning views! Located in the “garden of Ireland”, Glendalough is a very popular day trip destination! A quick 40 minute drive from Mullawn, Glendalough is a must see location!
Ancient monastic site and round tower in the beautiful Glendalough valley with its 2 lakes. There are short walks around the lakes. Set aside 4 hours or so if you do the longer walk around the valley, well laid out with sections of boardwalk to make it possible.
“Set in 0.8 hectares of gardens in Rathnew, Ireland's oldest coaching inn, Hunter's Hotel has been in the Hunter/Gellatlie family since 1825. The King and Queen of Sweden have been regular visitors. Good traditional fare. Wonderful hotel retaining all the character of times gone by.”
“A market bar styled pizzeria. Very casual dining but a true Italian experience”
“Indian fine dining served with an air of formality by attentive wait staff.”