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Bracken Bed & Breakfast
Annamoe, Glendalough, County Wicklow
Tel:+353 0 404 45300 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rates: Double En Suite €33-35 per person per night. Single from €50 per person per night. All rooms optional evening meal for €25 extra per pserson
For the remainder of 2009 we are maintaining our prices from 2008!
very peacefull residence set in a beautiful country side setting where
warm hospitality awaits you in this well established family home. Situated
just outside the the small village of Laragh and only 3km away from Glendalough
this is the perfect location to use as your gateway to Co. Wicklow.
Cycling New for 2009. Stay 2 or more nights and enjoy free usage of our range of bicycles.
Annamoe Trout Fishery
Bray is roughly 25km from Bracken offering the Dart commuter train which runs all day to and from Dublin City Center.
The following are all a short distance from Bracken and well worth a visit:
We are a newly renovated family run country home, offering you that home from home atmosphere and well renound for our hospitality, good food and comfort. Co. Wicklow aka "The Garden Of Ireland" named due to its beautiful green unspoilt landscape is simply a must see for anybody planning a visit to Ireland.
Laragh 1.5km away is a small village with a handfull of shops, hotel with pub and restaurants with the well known and documented tea rooms on the village green. No visit to Wicklow is ever complete without a stop off in one of the tea rooms in Laragh.
There are a number of good restaurants nearby but we do also provide the option of an evening meal the details of which can be discussed on arrival.
We are on hand to provide any help with walking tours, maps and any general information you may need to make your visit to Ireland a very pleasant one.
We Are Fully Bord Failte Approved with ample off street parking
Bracken Bed and Breakfast, Anamoe Rd, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.
Tel/Fax: +353 (0) 4044 5300
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