Welcome to Glendalough Valley in the heart of Ireland’s Ancient East
Surrounded by the Valley of Glendalough in County Wicklow, the Glendalough Hotel has been in the valley since the 1830s.
This family-run hotel offers simple comforts surrounded by stunning scenery in a traditional Irish Hotel.
Winter opening Hours
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday’s in November
Friday’s open from 12.30 pm
Sunday last orders 5.30 pm closing 7.00 pm
Casey’s Bar & Bistro is also open
2nd & 3rd December 12.30 pm – 7.00 pm
Open for Christmas from 27th December – 7th January
New Year’s Eve in Glendalough
Celebrate in the heart of this beautiful Valley with Dinner Bed & Breakfast package at The Glendalough Hotel. Chef has created a special 3-course celebration meal in Casey’s Bistro, So why not get the gang together and ring in the new year in Glendalough.
Welcome to Glendalough
The Glendalough Hotel is located on 2 acres, steps from the Majestic St Kevin’s Tower and the world-renowned Monastic City.
The Monastic City entrance at the back of the hotel is where the hotel gardens travel along the boundary of this ancient City and down to the river. Many of our guest bedrooms have views into the valley, the ever-changing Irish weather ensures no two days’ views are the same.
There are many reasons to visit Glendalough, the valley is popular for hikes like the Wicklow Way, and there are gentle walks down to the two lakes from the hotel. The Monastic City was founded for the peace and tranquillity that surrounds it and we have visitors from all over the world attending spiritual retreats at the Monastic site organised by the many retreat centres located near the hotel.
Visit our Things to do to see some of our favourite attractions and places to visit near the Glendalough Hotel.
Photographers delight in the range of views, from hills to valleys and lakesides and those special moments visited by wildlife in the valley including native deer.
Those with an interest in geography can enjoy the vista and trace the history of the valley through its geology. There is a lot to learn and see in the landscapes of County Wicklow, known as the Garden of Ireland as Wicklow. Ireland is full of mythical stories and landscapes that tell stories, Glendalough is central to these stories at the heart of Ireland’s Ancient East.