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My wife and I love B&Bs, and it's hard to beat Ireland B&Bs in particular. Derrymore House was perfect in every way. The location on the lower lake in Glendalough was spectacular--we spent much time just sitting in the evenings on a well-placed bench watching...More
We stayed four nights in Derrymore House.Pat and Penny and their daughter are so friendly and helpful.From the first to the last minute of our stay we felt really at home.
And what a home it is.So cozy with all the wood,the old and quirky...More
Our first vacation in Ireland (10 days) became an unforgettable experience.
The house is located in an beautifull valley and invites you for feeling fine.
The rooms are tastefully furnished and, as well as the bath, are well-kept and clean.
Breakfast leaves nothing to be...More
Derrymore is ideally situated for exploring Glendalough and the Wicklow hiking trails, with a trail entrance just yards from the B&B, as well as a good base for checking out the rest of the region. Pat and Penny were terrific, offering great directions in advance...More
A friend and I traveling in Ireland recently stayed at Derrymore so we could explore Glendalough the next day. We stayed only one night, but Penney went out of her way to make it a memorable stay. The room was clean, and in our case,...More
Response from artistmother320 | Reviewed this property |
You know, I am not sure. Our room was on the second floor, but there were doors on the first floor, and an additional small building on the first floor. The dining area was on the second floor, but of course the hostess... More
You know, I am not sure. Our room was on the second floor, but there were doors on the first floor, and an additional small building on the first floor. The dining area was on the second floor, but of course the hostess could accommodate you. One issue that might be troublesome is that the area around the house is thickly graveled. We had trouble moving our large wheeled suitcases, so I don't know if that would be a problem for a wheelchair as well. I am unable to attach their email address (this site won't allow), but you can google them to find their own website.
Best of luck!