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Reviewed 10 March 2015 via mobile

Stayed here with my sister and friend while visiting ireland. Lovely accommodations!!! Couldn't say a bad thing about the Tudor lodge!!! Great staff, clean, quaint room, and great breakfast!!! Amazing for the price! Will definitely stay here on my next visit!

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1Thank Usainireland
Carlow, Ireland
Reviewed 22 February 2015

We really enjoyed our stay at Tudor Lodge,it was like a home away from home.Chris and Jane are a lovely couple ,very friendly and welcoming.The B&B is lovely,our room was nice and spacious and very clean and tidy.we had a lovely full Irish breakfast every morning which went down very well.Thanks again we would stay there again & we would...

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Thank sjohnstone72015
Lisburn, United Kingdom
Reviewed 10 November 2014

I have just returned from a much needed break in Laragh, County Wicklow. I primarily chose Tudor Lodge as I had my small dog with me but irrespective of that I found the hosts to be so warm and friendly and welcoming without being obtrusive. I was shown my room which was nice and warm and bright and given a...

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3Thank NicolaMonroe
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Reviewed 4 November 2014

Chris and his wife were so welcoming and accommodating. They are truly wonderful people. The B&B is very nice - and the patio and back yard are beautiful! We enjoyed our lovely stay with tea and coffee in the morning.

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Thank ShellyWando
Belfast, United Kingdom
Reviewed 2 November 2014

A lovely Tudor-esque architecture set a stone throw away from the majestic glendalough. Pictures from the website doesn't give justice to what we saw on arrival. Bed was comfy,toilet was clean. The whole surrounding was surprisingly big and beautiful. Breakfast was delish although freshly baked bread could be a good idea to be added on the breakfast menu. The cabin...

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2Thank Jennifer P
Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 1 November 2014

Very cozy room, lovely B&B near Glendalough. Very peaceful and quiet, great location for touring the Wicklows. Good breakfast, pleasant and friendly owners. Owner had good advice for restaurants nearby for dinner, as well as other activities, and I wished I had more time to stay and hike in the area! Nice to have tea and biscuits offered on arrival...

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Thank Arzhela18
Croydon, United Kingdom
Reviewed 26 October 2014

Very nice B+B on the edge of Laragh village in Co Wicklow. Our room at the front of the house was large, it had a double & a single bed but there was still plenty of room to move around. The breakfast was tasty, with plenty of choices as well as the full Irish.

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Thank lee8553London
Salem, New Hampshire
Reviewed 18 October 2014

My mom and I stayed here for the night on our trip to the Wicklow Mountains. It was a very convenient location to the most beautifu section of the mountains...incredible ride through the Wicklow Gap. The B&B was in a perfect location on a small river. It was very nicely decorated and we had a beautiful room. Chris was very...

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Thank mcgaryhome
Reviewed 16 October 2014

The place is very cozy, the people in the house are nice, the breakfast is delicious. I went for a walk in the morning and when I was back they've made the beds and organised the bathroom. Everything is very clean. The outside area is very beautiful. It's in a strategic place if you want to visit the main touristic...

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Thank fabifsm
Kentucky
Reviewed 30 September 2014

This was a very quiet B&B with excellent proximity to the Glendalough, a nice pub, and of course hiking. We were able to drop off our luggage early (which I recommend since apparently thieves are high in the area) with no issue. We were given a tour, and then shown to our room which was of nice size, and had...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Tudor Lodge Bed and Breakfast is located in Ireland's beautiful Wicklow Valley in historic Glendalough. It is the perfect choice for your next Irish Holiday. Tudor Lodge is only 1 hour outside Dublin, and as such it is an ideal centralised location for any visit to the East of Ireland. Tudor Lodge is nestled beside the Avonmore River and "Wicklow Way" and it is only 1km from the many attractions of the old monastic City of St. Kevin. The house is ideally situated to start your holiday taking in the local scenery, hill walks, wildlife, pubs, restaurants and much more. When you arrive we can make arrangements for local activities for you. We can make arrangements for Walking Tours, Nature Trails with experienced guides, Horse-riding, Restaurant reservations, Transport and more*. We will try our best to ensure that you experience everything that wonderful Glendalough has to offer. Far from being just a summer location Glendalough & Laragh have many all year round indoor activities, restaurants and pubs. The scenery changes spectacularly with each season and it has to be seen to be believed. The beautiful valleys are a great antidote to the strains and stress of everyday life. All guests are assured of our personal welcome and attention at all times. ... more   less 

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Address: Glendalough, Laragh, Ireland
Region: Ireland > Province of Leinster > County Wicklow > Vale of Glendalough > Laragh
Price Range: ₹ 6,381 - ₹ 9,502 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Tudor Lodge 3*
Number of rooms: 9
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Tudor Hotel Laragh
Tudor Lodge Laragh, Ireland - Vale Of Glendalough
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