Wicklow E-Bikes is a stroll away in Laragh village so why not hop on a bike and explore the beautiful surroundings.
Does this look like fun? Why not stay for a while?
A BREATHTAKING WATERFALL
A short walk away from the site you will find the Glenmacnass Waterfall. The waterfall is a stunning scenic location and a popular photo stop for visitors touring along the uplands of the Wicklow Hills.
Clara Lara is a unique outdoor adventure Park, a couple of kilometers from Glendalough. Set in 30 acres of beautiful countryside in the Avonmore River valley with tree houses, Tarzan swings, rope bridges, rowing boats, water slides, rafts, canoes, junior go-carts, B.B.Q.s, mini golf, picnic areas, a restaurant and lots more.
St. Kevin’s Church better known as St. Kevin’s Kitchen is a nave-and-chancel church of the 12th century. It is called St Kevin’s kitchen because people believed that the bell tower was a chimney to a kitchen but really no food was ever cooked there. This stone-roofed building originally had a nave only, with entrance at the west end and a small round-headed window in the east gable. The belfry with its conical cap and four small windows rises from the west end of the stone roof in the form of a miniature round tower.
Situated in the middle of Laragh village you will find Lynham's bar and restaurant. A traditional Irish pub established since 1776 with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Perfect for enjoying a pint after a busy day exploring the Wicklow Mountains.
The glamping site is located within 5 minutes' walk' of Laragh Village, where you will find Glendalough Green a welcoming cafe. Hot soups, daily specialties, fresh salads, home baked breads and cakes all available.