Easter Breaks in Glendalough
You can enjoy an array of colours and plenty of wildlife in Glendalough Valley at Easter. A walk through the Monastic City and down to the Lakes in the morning is a great start to your break in Wicklow National Park. The Glendalough Valley has so many different options to explore, with a range of walks and hikes that rise up to fantastic panoramic views of County Wicklow. Wild deer roam the valley and you may spot red squirrels in the trees around you. Gorse bushes sprinkle the vista with dappled yellow flowers along the trails and on up the hills.
Click here to find out more about the many walks that pass by our front door, you could surprise your friends and book a musical tour for your group. When you return to the hotel in the evening enjoy dinner in Casey’s Bistro with it’s open log fire where you can enjoy simple food in cosy surroundings.
Extend your stay to include time to explore Wicklow and experience some of our award winning attractions and activities. Visit Beyond the Trees Avondale or Mount Usher Gardens, take the coastal walk in Bray, or visit Russborough House and enjoy the famed art collection and interesting inventions on display.