Places like this Airbnb in Wicklow could go toe-to-town with some of the best hotels in Wicklow, when it comes to views.
I’d love to be able to come home after a long aul day and kick back with dinner and a beer while staring out at the sea from the comfort of my couch.
This gorgeous spot is finely situated at an elevated point in Wicklow Town where it enjoys stunning sea views from the living area and the balcony.
It’s also pretty damn cheap (from €38.25 per person per night if you visit with a friend), but more on this and everything you need to know below.
An Artist’s home in Wicklow Town
If you’re in search of a beautiful base to explore County Wicklow from at a price that’s very kind on your bank account, this place should tickle your fancy.
You’ll find this gorgeous B&B within walking distance of Wicklow Town and a stone’s throw from an endless number of things to see and do.
As you can see from the snaps above, this quirky little B&B boasts mighty sea views from multiple corners of its living space along.
The living arrangements
As this is a B&B, you won’t have the entire place to yourself. The property has two double rooms with ensuite available.
However, unlike many other B&Bs, you won’t be stuck with a clatter of other people in the house – the max number of people staying at any one time will be 4 guests and the host.
If there are four of you looking for a mini escape, you could always book the two rooms and have the place to yourself (aside from the host, that is!).
A private lounge with a hot tub
On the upper floor of the B&B you’ll find a private guest lounge where you can kick back in the evenings and soak up the views.
There’s also a little outside space where you’ll find a soft hot tub (pictured above) where you can chill after a long day spent walking one of the many nearby trails.
The property also comes with all the other usuals, like WIFI, a TV, heating, breakfast hot water, an iron, towels, etc.
How much a Night will set you back
To check the price, I’ve whacked in a weekend in June (loads of availability at the time of writing) for two people sharing:
- Total: €152
- The cost per person €76
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Places to stay in Ireland that have availability in June, July and August
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Keith O’Hara has lived in Ireland for 34 years and has spent most of the last 10 years creating what is now The Irish Road Trip guide. Over the years, the website has published thousands of meticulously researched Ireland travel guides, welcoming 30 million+ visitors along the way. In 2022, the Irish Road Trip team published the world’s largest collection of Irish Road Trip itineraries. Keith lives in Dublin with his dog Toby and finds writing in the 3rd person minus craic altogether.