More than just a hotel, leisure and golf resort, Tulfarris is one of the most picturesque hotels in County Wicklow. The epitome of luxury, Tulfarris offers delicious food, relaxed bars and deluxe guest bedrooms with spectacular views across Blessington Lakes and the Wicklow Mountains. This historic Wicklow hotel consists of 60 sumptuous guestrooms. Delectable food is served at The Elk Bar and The Lime Tree Restaurant, both of which boast panoramic views across the golf course and Blessington Lakes. Designed by the celebrated golf architect, Patrick J. Merrigan, the hotel’s 18-hole championship golf course blends the natural landscape with inspired features to create a challenging golfing layout. Complimentary WiFi is available throughout the hotel.
Guest accommodation at The Tulfarris Hotel has been designed with comfort and relaxation in mind. The furniture is a stylish blend of oak and sumptuous velvets. Guestrooms offer spacious accommodation, with a choice of double or twin configurations.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Luxurious King-Koil Mattresses
- Complimentary WiFi Internet
- 26-inch TV with built-in DVD
- Tea & Coffee Hospitality Tray
- In-Room Safe
- Under-Floor Heating in Bathrooms
The Tulfarris Hotel is located in the heartland of organic and local suppliers – from sumptuous meats to the freshest of fresh vegetables – food is sourced locally from Irish farmers, cheesemongers and suppliers. It all means that satisfaction, fun and great food are guaranteed!
The Lime Tree Restaurant:
The Lime Tree Restaurant is a sumptuous blend of tastes and flavours where world cuisine meets the best of Irish. As far as we can, all ingredients are sourced locally from Irish farmers and suppliers. Our wine list is second to none with wines selected from large and small vineyards around the world. The Lime Tree Restaurant is open each evening and advance booking is strongly recommended.
The Elk Bar:
You truly understand the magic of Tulfarris while sitting on our bar terrace watching the deer and stag amble across the 18th fairway. This is the outdoors at their best. The Elk is a perfect place to meet with friends and soak up the atmosphere. It lends itself to relaxation with a piano and open fire for those long evenings in winter, summer or spring! When weather permits, we have a beautiful terrace overlooking the 18th green and fairway with kids’ play area and BBQ facilities to cater for up to 150 people. To make a great thing even better we’ve decided to make Wednesday ‘live music night’ at our Bar. Come along and experience the excellent live music played by Brendan Keogh. He’ll be playing every Wednesday from 9.00-11.30.
On The Map: Blessington is located on the N81 road, just 30km southwest of Dublin City. It is situated on the banks of the River Liffey in County Wicklow, near the border with County Kildare.
Blessington is the largest town in West Wicklow, and is located at the gateway to Wicklow Mountains National Park – an outdoor paradise of woods, mountains, rivers and lakes. Blessed by nature – but also a place of real historical significance. The very story of Ireland is to be found in the stones and records of this part of the ancient Province of Leinster. In close proximity lie the Blessington Lakes, encompassing 500 acres water. The Lakes were formed 50 years ago by the building of the Poulaphouca Dam and hydroelectric station. A small village was submerged by the damming of the waterfall, and the eerie remains of roads can still be seen leading down into the lake. Wonderful Russborough House is situated just 5km south of Blessington, and is well worth a visit.