Woodenbridge Hotel is the oldest Hotel in Ireland having started in 1608 as a coach house.
Situated in the Vale of Avoca, one of Ireland’s most beautiful locations, Woodenbridge Hotel combines all the charm of yester year with all the facilities required of the modern hotel.
Established in 1608, Woodenbridge Hotel in Wicklow is the oldest hotel in Ireland and has 29 well-appointed bedrooms in the main hotel building. 10 of these rooms where recently refurbished. Some rooms feature balconies with breath-taking views of the Woodenbridge Golf Course, while other rooms have views out over the Vale of Avoca.
The interior is a perfect blend of old & new. The newly refurbished Goldmines Bar is a modern welcoming space and blends perfectly with the Victorian décor in the main lobby.
Directly across the road from the Woodenbridge Hotel lies the Woodenbridge Lodge our sister Property. The Lodge was built in 2004 and sits in beautifully landscaped gardens on the bank of the Aughrim river.
The Lodge at Woodenbridge has 40 en-suite bedrooms and guests can enjoy the facilities of the Woodenbridge Hotel but is away from all the hustle and bustle. 20 of the rooms have their own balconies.
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Excellent hotel, great location . It's been a long time since I had my breakfast
Cooked fresh an any hotel, very tasty, when enquired about
Extra toast it was brought immediately , not just 1 slice like most but 3 or 4
Very relaxing and welcoming hotel . Worth a shot !
5 out of 5
The accommodation was excellent. Brilliant view of Aughrim river flowing ...
My husband had stayed previously so we searched for a room in the hotel rather than the lodge as he thought the lodge was very basic. When we arrived to the hotel we were presented with a room key for the lodge and when we told them that it was infraction a hotel room we had booked we were told we could have the last room but it was very small. Indeed it was but as we were attending a wedding and not going to be spending much time in the room it was fine. We were not informed of breakfast time when we arrived so when we came down at 1030 the following morning the restaurant was closed but they kindly gave us breakfast in the bar. Any of our friends that had all eaten in the hotel said the food was lovely