Bed and Breakfast accommodation in County Wicklow allows the visitor to get close to the people and culture of Ireland. This website allows you to Book Directly with Irish B&Bs in Wicklow with the benefit of no booking fees or commission payable. Look out for Last Minute Deals and Special Offers at the top of the directory pages.
County Wicklow is situated on the eastcoast of Ireland, belongs to the province of Leinster, covers an area of 2,024 km² and its capital is Wicklow Town. Located immediately south of Dublin, the region is easily and quickly accessible by road. It is famous for it's tea scones in Laragh and the sandy dunes of Brittas Bay, which is a wonderful summer spot for visitors. The Wicklow Way covers an area of 132km, including the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains. For those interested in tradition, an essential visit is Glendalough Woollen Mills where craftsmen make traditional Irish goods
Avoca, pictured above is famous as the fictional village of Ballykissangel, in the BBC drama of the same name. It is the home of Avoca Handweavers, Ireland's oldest business established in 1723. The business now has other outlets thoughout Ireland but still produces its woven rugs and fabrics as well as its own range of clothing.