This rustic cottage is located next to the owners home in the heart of Bannagroe and a short distance away from Hollywood.
This quaint chalet is a perfect base for anyone wanting to tour the area.
The flat is compact and compromising of an open plan living area, a well-equipped kitchen with dining area and a sitting area.
After a day of exploring this beautiful part of Ireland, you can sit back and enjoy a glass of something refreshing making it the perfect little nook to cuddle up with a good book and a glass of wine.
The village of Bannagroe is nestled beneath the Wicklow Hills and offers walkers and cyclists a paradise of rural country roads, hills and forests to discover either by foot or bike.
There are many local attractions, shops, pubs and restaurants to explore in the nearby village of Hollywood.
Why not spend a day with a picnic sat next to the Liffey Lake?
Further afield, the seaside town of Bray offers seaside attractions and shopping and from here, Dublin is only half an hour’s drive where there is certainly no shortage of sites and delights.
All ground floor. One double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
HOLLYWOOD, COUNTY WICKLOW
Wicklow 29 miles; Dublin 29.4 miles; Arklow 34.5 miles.
Hollywood is a village in west County Wicklow, Ireland. It is located approximately 30 minutes from Co. Dublin, by car. It is known for its pre-1950's themed fair which takes place in August every year. Hollywood, like its namesake in California, has an illustrious past in the entertainment industry, with it providing the picturesque setting for several films, including King Arthur. An imitation of the iconic Hollywood sign overlooks the village from a nearby hill. Hollywood is home to a wide variety of shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes to enjoy. Nearby the village of Arklow is a popular centre for sailing and sea fishing, as well as enjoying a fine tradition of pottery. The seaside county town of Wicklow is known as Ireland's premier outdoor activity destination. Wicklow is blessed with a stunning stretch of coastline, dotted with safe, sandy beaches, coves and tidal inlets, and for lovers of golf, there are numerous courses in the area. For something different take a trip to Dublin, with it being a gourmet paradise with endless eateries, traditional and modern pubs, and quirky cafés as well as many markets, galleries and museums to explore, including the Guinness Factory for something different.