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Three of us stayed at the lighthouse for two nights. This really was an amazing place to stay. The weather was what would be expected in Ireland and March but we were warm and toasty. When we first arrived I thought that we would be...More
We stayed three nights at the Wicklow Head Lighthouse sharing it with my brother and sister-in-law and my husband and me. If we were to do it again, we would stay a week. It was amazing! We went into this knowing it is an old...More
This lighthouse while long out of commission has a fascinating history and is now looked after by the Irish Landmark Trust. The latter open it for viewing during the year typically during the architectural and environment weeks. It also available to rent. There is a...More
This is such an amazing place! Although you may need to stop and catch your breath a few times during your stay, the lighthouse is full of character and is in area that is fun to explore. Once we finally found it (which was not...More
Spent a weekend here with a group of friends. Comfortable beds and bedrooms. Sitting room just spacious enough. All amenities covered but if you're looking for to or Internet give it a miss. This is a location to really get away from it all. The...More
Wicklow Lighthouse is a 6 storey high tower. A granite octagonal building, it was built as a lighthouse in the mid 1800s, but only functioned as such for a short length of time before it was decommissioned and replaced by a new lighthouse further out on the headland.This is a spectacular building. All the windows on each level have fantastic views - out to sea or inland across Co.WicklowThere is an entrance foyer with a guest wc off; two double bedrooms; a bathroom; living room; kitchen. Please note there are 109 steps from the entrance level to the kitchen which is at the top of the building