Stone walled self catering cottage, secluded, great views, excellent walks, close to Arklow and Wicklow towns. An hour from Dublin, Queen size bed and double sleeper couch,separate bathroom, kitchen/living room.Remote location, wifi available.
“Brilliant host and amazing space. Cottage is beautiful and very thoughtful details, communication was really quick, clear and easy, all around brilliant place to spend a couple of nights, would highly recommend. Thanks Sanchia, hopefully we'll be back again sometime soon.”
The Laurel Pod is a uniquely designed cabin set in the beautiful surroundings of the countryside. Right off the Wicklow Way and less than 10 minute drive to Ballybeg House. A remote quiet area with spectacular views and plenty of wild life. Please note - The Laurel Pod is located just a few yards away from our home and renovation works will be carried out on our home in the summer/autumn months of 2020. For more images of The Laurel Pod and the area, please follow our insta @the_laurel_pod
“Our Wicklow stay was nearing the end of our road trip and it was just what we needed to unwind and relax for the full evening with a glass of red. Your little pod was just gorgeous and beautifully designed, super impressed! I’ve been recommending it to anyone that will listen and we hope to be back at some stage in the future. Location was absolutely spot on and such a cool experience!! ❤️”
Back to nature in this tranquil little wooden building, beautiful antique windows reveal a gentle vista of rolling hills and open skies. It's Ireland's answer to glamping, (with a solid roof over your head ;) ) yet the feeling of being out in nature. Cute little camp kitchenette under the verandah. *We follow Airbnb’s enhanced cleaning protocol, which was developed with expert guidance.
“We loved this place! If you’re looking for an extraordinary accommodation, definitely book a night or two with Fiona and Edwin. The breakfast was amazing and so caringly prepared (with fresh eggs from their own hens!). We stayed in the smaller of the two cabins (indeed a “cozy cabin”) which was perfect and brought us back to the basics. You don’t need WiFi to go to sleep and it’s much nicer to wake up to the wind blowing through the bushes than cars speeding past your window!”