Whisk yourself away to a Palladian Estate tucked away in the secluded woodlands and mountains of County Wicklow, yet just 30 minutes from Ireland’s bustling capital, Dublin City. The Great Sugar Loaf Mountain is visible across the valley, between the tall elegant beech trees. The avenue slopes down, through woodland, before revealing the Palladian elegance of Powerscourt Hotel Resort & Spa, with its breathtaking views. Located on the famous Powerscourt Estate, one of Ireland’s finest estates, with its historic house, beautifully manicured garden and its waterfall, the highest in Ireland, you may be just half an hour from Dublin but it could be a million miles away. Take an enchanting stroll amidst the gentle green hills along the Rover Walk, then return to your over-sized luxury guestroom. The sumptuous surroundings of this Wicklow hotel truly combines the luxury and tranquility of country living with elegant city chic.
The Powerscourt Hotel, County Wicklow offers 200 distinctive hotel rooms, including 93 sumptuous suites. All rooms are opulently furnished and, with an average room size of 700 square feet, some of the largest hotel rooms in Ireland. Many of these hotel rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, panoramic views and terraces.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Signature Linens & Feather Beds
- Marble Bath
- Separate Rainforest Showers
- Lighted Make-Up Mirror & Hairdryer
- Plush Terry Robes
- Recessed TV in the bathroom
- Complimentary High-Speed Wi-Fi Access
- Interactive TV
- Multi-line Telephones with voicemail including voice-over WiFi
- Fully Stocked Honor Bar
- Safety Deposit Box
- 24-Hour in-room Dining
- Daily Housekeeping Service
- Complimentary Newspaper
With sweeping views of the Wicklow countryside, Sika Restaurant at Powerscourt invites guests to enjoy a delectable new menu serving well-loved classic dishes with a modern twist, all using the finest local produce combined with excellent service. Situated on the third floor of the hotel, the floor-to-ceiling glass fronted restaurant takes full advantage of the Sugar Loaf Mountain views whilst al fresco dining on the Outdoor Terrace is offered all year around with the introduction of awnings and outdoor heaters.The Wine Bar, a new addition to the restaurant is sure to delight those looking for a more relaxed bite to eat and glass of wine. Charcuterie and Cheese Boards will be served with the full drinks menu as well as a selection of wines by the glass. Other distinctive features include two semi-private dining rooms in addition to the opportunity to dine inside the kitchen at The Chef’s Table whilst watching our professional team at work.
The Chef’s Table:
Here’s a perfect way to embrace the theatre of the professional kitchen. Why not enjoy your dinner in secluded luxury at The Chef’s Table whilst watching Sika Restaurant’s elite team at work? Here every aspect of a private dining experience is carefully considered and refined with a choice of scrumptious à la carte or delectable tasting menus. In addition, there are two semi-private dining rooms within the restaurant. Avondale seats up to 14 guests and Mount Usher up to 20 guests.
The Sugar Loaf Lounge:
Located on the lobby level of the resort, The Sugar Loaf Lounge invites guests to take in unsurpassed views of County Wicklow, with its magnificent hills and mountains, woodlands, rivers and lakes. A truly, wonderful light permeates this spacious Georgian style lounge, making it an ideal place to unwind.The Sugar Loaf Lounge and Bar serves traditional Afternoon Tea daily. Evening cocktails can be enjoyed at The Sugar Loaf Bar and a mouthwatering array of hot and cold dishes and snacks are available throughout the day.
This hospitable authentic Irish Bar is furnished with pieces from some of the finest hostelries in the country. Aside from a choice of many traditional Irish dishes, prepared and served with imagination and style, no Irish pub would be complete without a fine selection of beverages.From cool, creamy pints of Guinness to a very fine selection of Irish and Scottish whiskies, McGills will quench the thirst of any weary traveler. McGills is open Wednesday- Sunday every week.
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.