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Glendalough Youth Hostel (HI)

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18.4km from city centre - Show on Map
8.5
Fabulous 998
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness

We are in the heart of Wiclow mountains and Glendalough National Park!... More...

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Knockree Hostel (Hostelling International)

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24.7km from city centre - Show on Map
8.7
Fabulous 638
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness

Whisk yourself to our new 5 star hostel, previously a converted farmhouse, set at the bottom of Knockree along the Wicklow way. Its equipped with Family & ensuite dorms.... More...

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Lus Mor

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17.6km from city centre - Show on Map
9.7
Superb 35
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Lus Mor is situated in Roundwood, 25 minutes drive from Wicklow city. Lus Mór B&B is the perfect spot for an active holiday or a relaxing break.... More...

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Glenmalure Hostel (Hostelling International)

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24.6km from city centre - Show on Map
8.7
Fabulous 61
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff

Glenmalure Hostel in Wicklow is a simple Mountain Hut - with no running water or electricity - perfect for nature lovers who want to get away from it all.... More...

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The elbowroom escape

Bed and Breakfast
35.3km from city centre - Show on Map
10.0
Superb 2
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

The elbowroom escape is the idea place for a magical retreat, it is a beautiful and peaceful place offering delicious food, yoga relaxation and meditation sessions.... More...

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Wicklow is known as the Garden of Ireland thanks to its dramatic mountainous landscape, wild wooded glens and beaches. The county is south of Dublin and the small town of the same name sits right on the coast of the Irish Sea. Hikers can roam the rolling hills and valleys of the Wicklow Mountains National Park and there’s a cinematic shoreline waiting to be explored. At night, you can soak up the atmosphere in the welcoming inns that dot the countryside.

Hostels in Wicklow are both scenic and sociable. You can stay in a converted farmhouse, a hostel built on what was once a 6th-century settlement or a rustic retreat-style lodge that has hammocks and a hot tub. For a truly nomadic experience, choose a Wicklow hostel in a simple mountain hut that’s surrounded by sheep and streams. Free Wi-Fi is available in some hostels and many of the remote ones welcome you with creature comforts of towels, toiletries and hairdryers in the dorms.

Wicklow Mountains National Park dominates the county, with 220-square kilometres of heath-covered slopes and peaks, deep lakes and the monastic site of Glendalough Valley. Wicklow town is a compact community that forms a half moon around its busy harbour. You'll find traditional pubs, shops and painted terraced houses lining the roads around Fitzwilliam Square and the high street. At the north end of town is the wetland haven of The Murrough, where there’s wildlife and water sports. Just south of the town, Brittas Bay is the area’s popular sandy beach.

Activities make the most of the stunning surroundings. Walk the Wicklow Way to take in forests, farmland and fast-flowing mountain streams or pony trek the pilgrim path of Saint Kevin's Way. Powerscourt Waterfall, Ireland’s highest, is a 121-metre cascade on the River Dargle near Enniskerry. Wicklow town's main attraction is the supposedly haunted Historic Gaol, a former jail that tells the tale of a brutal 18th-century prison. Up by the ruins of the Black Castle, overlooking the harbour, is the perfect spot for fish and chips with a view.

Wicklow town is about an hour's drive from Dublin Airport. You can take the Airlink Express 747 to Dublin's Connolly Station to catch an Irish Rail train to Wicklow in around 75 minutes. A train service from here also goes to Rosslare for ferries to Pembroke in Wales and Cherbourg, France. Bus Éireann route 133 and Wexford bus route 740A run to and from the airport in just under two hours. 

We have 5 hostels in Wicklow with an average rating of 9.1 based on 2,001 reviews 5 of 5 properties available in Wicklow

About Wicklow

Wicklow is known as the Garden of Ireland thanks to its dramatic mountainous landscape, wild wooded glens and beaches. The county is south of Dublin and the small town of the same name sits right on the coast of the Irish Sea. Hikers can roam the rolling hills and valleys of the Wicklow Mountains National Park and there’s a cinematic shoreline waiting to be explored. At night, you can soak up the atmosphere in the welcoming inns that dot the countryside.

Hostels in Wicklow are both scenic and sociable. You can stay in a converted farmhouse, a hostel built on what was once a 6th-century settlement or a rustic retreat-style lodge that has hammocks and a hot tub. For a truly nomadic experience, choose a Wicklow hostel in a simple mountain hut that’s surrounded by sheep and streams. Free Wi-Fi is available in some hostels and many of the remote ones welcome you with creature comforts of towels, toiletries and hairdryers in the dorms.

Wicklow Mountains National Park dominates the county, with 220-square kilometres of heath-covered slopes and peaks, deep lakes and the monastic site of Glendalough Valley. Wicklow town is a compact community that forms a half moon around its busy harbour. You'll find traditional pubs, shops and painted terraced houses lining the roads around Fitzwilliam Square and the high street. At the north end of town is the wetland haven of The Murrough, where there’s wildlife and water sports. Just south of the town, Brittas Bay is the area’s popular sandy beach.

Activities make the most of the stunning surroundings. Walk the Wicklow Way to take in forests, farmland and fast-flowing mountain streams or pony trek the pilgrim path of Saint Kevin's Way. Powerscourt Waterfall, Ireland’s highest, is a 121-metre cascade on the River Dargle near Enniskerry. Wicklow town's main attraction is the supposedly haunted Historic Gaol, a former jail that tells the tale of a brutal 18th-century prison. Up by the ruins of the Black Castle, overlooking the harbour, is the perfect spot for fish and chips with a view.

Wicklow town is about an hour's drive from Dublin Airport. You can take the Airlink Express 747 to Dublin's Connolly Station to catch an Irish Rail train to Wicklow in around 75 minutes. A train service from here also goes to Rosslare for ferries to Pembroke in Wales and Cherbourg, France. Bus Éireann route 133 and Wexford bus route 740A run to and from the airport in just under two hours.