Lough Dan House is an award-winning farmhouse B&B offering spectacular views of the lake and mountains from every window. The rooms are ensuite with baths and shower, offering king-size, double or twin beds. The entire house has under-floor heating throughout to add to your comfort. The house also has a generous sitting and dining area as well as drying and laundry facilities. Of course the log fire is a great talking point in the evenings.
The farm, which extends to over eighty acres, is bounded on three sides by the Wicklow Mountains National Park, stretching to over 20,000 hectares; the largest National Park in Ireland. The Wicklow Mountains run from the outskirts of Dublin City south-westwards for 130 kilometres to the southern tip of Co. Wicklow. The mountains are the highest area of upland in Ireland and are home to some of the highest peaks in the country. (www.wicklowmountainsnationalpark.ie)
Such an amazing experience! From the sweet greeting to the helpful maps and books, this B&B has got it all! Perfect little spot in the Irish country side! After a afternoon adventuring we were even greeted with a warm cozy fire and when we woke a delicious Irish breakfast spread that was fantastic! You will love your stay in this beautiful mountain B&B!
Stayed a night while walking the Wicklow Way in early. October. We arrived wet and tired from a long cold and foggy day. Sean and Theresa welcomed us like family. They got our wet things from us to put in the drier, and by the time we arrived in our room,there was a bottle of wine waiting. After we spent some time settling in,we went down for a great dinner, more wine and some friendly talk in front of the fire.
In the morning, Theresa fed us a fine full Irish breakfast before they sent us off nicely dried out and with a tasty lunch for our walk. Lovely place. Great people.