4.8★ Excellent Sykes rating Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Sleeps 7 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3 Pets No Show on map Features Off road parking Open fire Garden / Patio Cot available Highchair available Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Dishwasher Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities 11 Customer Reviews "We are French and we don't speak English very well." So, the fact of being able to communicate by email is a real comfort. The quality of trade and the timeliness of answers demonstrate a great professionalism. All was easy. Each stage of the booking has been explained. The house was in the same condition as the photos of the site. We are very satisfied with the service offered. We will recommend your agency. Kinds regards, Mrs Duwoye, Reviewed by FlavyOct 2019 "Lovely home-good amenities" Reviewed by CathyJul 2019 "The cottage was lovely masses of room to spread out in very comfortable and in a lovely area ." The Wicklow Mountains are beautiful.We loved the garden and all the birds , watched the bats fly out at night, and had friendly visits from a cat. The cottage was very well equipped, but lacked any dressing tables or mirrors in the bedrooms, the ensuit bathroom mirror was so high that I could only see my forehead. The only issue we had was a cleanliness issue in the kitchen, the seals and all round the doors of the fridge and the freezer were not at all clean nor was the kettle and toaster ,we had to clean them before we used them. I would return to this cottage in the future all things considered Reviewed by LindaMay 2019 "Excellent property with full amenities and situated in ideal location to be in an idyllic and quiet surroundings." Remote but within a 30 min drive to towns , attractions or the most popular scenic and trekking sites Reviewed by JankarlOct 2018 "Stone House was a superb holiday let." The house had everything you could wish for in a holiday home and was in beautiful surroundings. The pub across the road was lovely and everyone was very welcoming. The area was rural but had some fantastic places to visit for example Glendalough lake with a trip to the Wicklow Heather Restaurant afterwards. We would definitely recommend Stone House to anyone and will hopefully return soon. Reviewed by JuliaJul 2018 "Lovely large house, plenty of room outside too." Spacious bedrooms and extremely large kitchen. Visiting cat, birds to feed in the garden and bat watching at night! Reviewed by JulieJul 2018 "House is in a beautiful but quite isolated location, for families make sure you have your groceries with you, it’s about 15 to 20 mins to next town." Reviewed by MaryJun 2018 "The house was lovely and in a peaceful setting." The scenery was spectacular. Pub over the road was excellent, Theresa and junior made us very welcome. The only problems were no mirrors in two bathrooms, men had to shave on the landing. Only one hairdryer which did not work , but this was solved by borrowing one from a lovely lady across the road. Would of liked some fresh milk on arrival for a hot drink ? Tea coffee was there . Thank you. Lots of pots and pans but could do with some new frying pan,s . Would not use what was there. Would recommend this spacious house . We all had a wonderful time and loved the fantastic views where ever we went. Reviewed by LindaJun 2018 "We really enjoyed staying at this beautiful cottage, as we were 4 adults there was plenty of space for all of us to have quiet time or read." Also we carry a lot of golf gear with us as we are avid golfers & found some wonderful courses within 1-2 hours from us. The Wicklow hills were amazing as was Glendalough & Avoca We found some lovely restaurants around the area, Katie Lows was a great place recommend to us by the pub across the road just a few minutes drive from the house, Horans in Baltinglass was very good as well. The instructions that were left for the various things eg cooker, TV , binmen & so forth were very good, our only gripe was the poor quality of the WiFi Loved reading about the history of the village on a plaque we found . All in all a wonderful place to stay . We would give it 10* Reviewed by RApr 2018 "House was more remote/ rural than we had expected." Nearest shops were a good 15 minute drive away. All Day trips out involved a drive of 2-4hrs return journey which was a lot for 2 small children. House had plenty of space inside and out with toys and games to play with. Reviewed by FidelmaApr 2018 "Lovely house with good amenities" Reviewed by StephanieOct 2017 Show more Summary Four bedrooms: 3 x double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 1 x single Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC Basin and WC Kitchen with dining area Utility Sitting room with woodburning stove Second sitting room (seats 6). Oil central heating with woodburning stove Electric Range oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, WiFi available via dongle connection, selection of books and games Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Cot and highchair available on request Ample off road parking Courtyard and garden with furniture and swings Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop 3.5 miles, pub 1 min walk. The property Situated in the heart of Rathdangan, this picturesque and rural hamlet near the village of Kiltegan in County Wicklow, is a delightful large stone-built, semi-detached house original owned and built by the renowned Irish architect William White (Humewood Castle 1870). Superbly presented and finished throughout, this property was once a public house and original features still remain today including kitchen tiles and a fireplace. Offering four spacious and stylish bedrooms, the cottage is the perfect base for families and friends with a wealth of rich Irish scenery and attractions within easy reach. The large kitchen exudes style with a Belfast sink, breakfast bar and bright dining area which looks out to the rear courtyard and can be accessed by French doors. There are two cosy sitting rooms, one of which is complemented by a woodburning stove making it the perfect little nook to cuddle up with a good book and a glass of wine. To the rear is a large courtyard garden including a separate walled garden that provides a set of swings so the kids can play safely whilst you relax and enjoy the peace and quiet of this glorious region. The hamlet of Rathdangan is nestled beneath the highest of the Wicklow Hills and offers walkers and cyclists a paradise of rural country roads, hills and forests to discover either by foot or wheel. Just a short drive away is the village of Kiltegan, home to Humewood Castle, an impressive fantasy mansion which dates back to 1870. Also close by is the heritage town of Baltinglass, which is rich in archaeological and historical sites including a monastery dating back to 700 A.D. Activities available nearby include golf, fishing and cycling. Why not visit the lakes at Glendalough, one of Ireland’s most photographed locations or visit the delightful Avoca Woollen Mills? A fantastic location to explore the Garden of Ireland. About the location RATHDANGAN, COUNTY WICKLOW Baltinglass 6 miles; Hacketstown 4 miles; Wicklow Mountains National Park 4 miles; Dublin 37 miles. The small village of Rathdangan is nestled beneath the highest of Wicklow’s Hills, in a picturesque area of great natural beauty, south-west of the county. This vibrant rural community is home to a traditional village pantry and pub, and is well positioned on the Wicklow Way. It is only 15 minutes' drive from the heritage town of Baltinglass, and within easy travelling distance of Wicklow National Park and Dublin city. Historic Baltinglass boasts an Abbey open to visitors, and seven hill forts, which are well worth exploring, whilst its lovely location on the edge of the River Slaney, means Baltinglass affords great salmon and trout fishing. Wicklow Mountains National Park offers visitors a great days out; covering part of a mountain range that extends over most of County Wicklow, there is an abundance of cycling & walking on offer, and the higher you progress, the more peaceful and isolated your surroundings become. A little further is the thriving city of Dublin; with the Guinness Storehouse, Gravity Bar and Kilimainham Gaol to enjoy, you are sure to find something to please everybody. A great location, with fantastic touring opportunities.