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Coolakay House is a 19th Century Farmhouse B&B, traditionally designed yet with all the luxuries you would expect of a modern guesthouse in Ireland. Coolakay’s wonderful location near the N11 makes day trips to Dublin City, Enniskerry Village, and Powerscourt House and Gardens a breeze. Coolakay House is situated on a working farm which has sheep and cattle. In the lambing season, March through April, guests may get to experience life on the farm firsthand and could even get to name a lamb!

Guestrooms at Coolakay are individually decorated, and enjoy breathtaking views of the Wicklow hills and mountains of Enniskerry and Glencree.  

  • Hair dryer
  • Iron/ironing board
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Free toiletries
  • Free WiFi
  • Cot Available
  • Daily Housekeeping

In the mornings, guests can choose from a freshly cooked Irish breakfast or have breakfast of their choice. For guest comfort, there are also tea and coffee making facilities in the dining room, available anytime.

On The Map: Enniskerry is located in Country Wicklow, just inland from Ireland’s eastern coast, and only 24 kilometres south of Dublin City. The village is accessed via the R117 road, which intersects with the main N11/M11 at Bray Town.

Enniskerry is one of Ireland’s most picturesque villages, wonderfully situated in the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains. Thanks to its great location at the gateway to County Wicklow – The Garden of Ireland and its unique character, Enniskerry is a popular place to visit with tourists and locals alike.
Enniskerry features superb tearooms & shops, as well as a host of picture postcard cottages and a charming village triangle centred around its clock tower. The village boasts three superb golf courses and a variety of other leisure amenities including Powerscourt Estate which features beautiful gardens, shops and Ireland’s highest waterfall. Enniskerry has a rich Victorian heritage, which is one of the reasons it regularly attracts film and television crews seeking to capture both modern-day sprit and historical charm against a backdrop of stunning scenery.

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