Derrymore House Accommodation in Glendalough

Derrymore HouseDerrymore House is one hour's drive or less from Dublin's city centre, the port towns of Wicklow and Arklow, the famous resort towns of Bray and Dun Laoghaire (which was formally known as King's Town), Rathdrum; the home of Charles Stuart Parnell, Avoca; the site of Ballykissangel, Kilcoole; the site of Glenroe, (both famous TV series), as well as Russborough House, Powerscourt and Mount Usher Gardens.

Comfortable en-suite rooms, (with TV, VCR, and video library), are fitted with:

Victorian and Edwardian Beds, Antique Furniture, Pottery and Crafts, including 100 year old pine settle tables and brass beds from the home of Erskine Childers, former president of The Irish Republic.

Derrymore on the lower lake

Homely Welcome

Glendalough is world famous for its early Christian Monastic settlement which was founded by St Kevin in the 6th century. Its Round Tower and 7 churches, remain preserved, overlooking two lakes in this magic part of Ireland's premier national park.

"A place of outstanding scenic beauty and serene tranquillity."

Poem by Pat Kelleher


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If you would like to stay at Derrymore House you can either use our online booking form or contact us directly.

Mist on the lake at Glendalough



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