Groups Welcome. Toilet Facilities. Hot Showers. Washing Up. No Bathroom. Baby Changing Facilities. Laundry On Site. Drinking Water. Disabled Friendly. Chemical Disposal. No Battery Charging. Gas Exchange. No Recycling Facilities. Kitchen Facilities. No Motorhome Point. Kids Playground. No TV Room. No Games Room. No Evening Ents. No Horse Riding. No Cycle Hire. No Sea Views. Not Working Farm. No Campfires Allowed. Open All Year. No Waterside Pitches. Public Transport. No Dog Walk. If you've ever visited this campsite please submit a review for your chance to win!
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Child friendliness:. The campsite is easy to find and very straightforward, approx 25 minutes from the port. On arrival there were 6 or 7 other units, still super speedy check-in within 5 minutes and all relevant information re buses to city etc. The pitches were very big, room for caravan, car, awning and similar awning space again for chairs etc. All pitches had water taps, grey drains and ehu. Despite the site being very busy on a Saturday night it wasn't at all noisy. There was some road noise but we pitches at far end and that limited.
Lovely park next door for walking, cycling etc. Stayed here for one night to be near the ferry home. The receptionist was very helpful, giving good information about the bus into Dublin and the sites facilities. Each pitch has hard standing, plus a grass area and hook up, water tap and grey waste on the pitch. There is a washing up area and laundry, but didn't use.
There is free wifi but we found the connection intermittent. Other people have mentioned the road noise, I was glad I had ear plugs as it is a continuous low drone. Spent 3 nights at this site at start of tour of Ireland. Easy access from main road and although some road noise we weren't disturbed by it. Easy access into city centre by bus from gate 45 mins journey.
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Preparing your business for the practicalities of Brexit. Science Week: Looking to and a world full of exciting change. Most Read in News. Irish Times News. Follow IrishTimesNews. Latest Ireland. Although it is located just one hour south of Dublin airport, Rathsallagh is set in a peaceful oasis of acres of parkland. It has a happy and relaxed atmosphere with log and turf fires in the bar and drawing rooms. The food at Rathsallagh is country house cooking at its best, Game in season and fresh fish are specialities. Punchestown Racecourse The national centre for equestrian and field sports is one of the best equipped in the world and provides facilities for every discipline of horsemanship, and at every level of experience.
Glendalough Glendalough The Glen of the Two Lakes , a half hour drive away, is a valley celebrated equally for its beauty and for its historical and archaeological interest. The area also provides excellent rock-climbing, rough scrambling and ordinary hill walking. A visitor centre, located at the mouth of the valley, provides a unique opportunity to interpret the lives and time of the monks of Glendalough.
Russborough House Situated beside the Blessington Lakes, a short distance from Dunlavin, this beautifully furnished and maintained house built of granite is in the Palladian style. It has fine examples of plasterwork by the Francini Brothers and now houses the world-famous Beit Art Collection of paintings.
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The house also contains magnificent displays of silver, bronzes, porcelain, fine furniture, tapestries and carpets. It has been caught up in many religious disputes over the centuries and is steeped in history. The visitor centre has relics from the monastery as well as historical information.
Walking in the Wicklow Mountains These mountains have some of the most breath-taking and rugged scenery in Ireland.
Lugnaquilla mountain 3, feet , the second highest in Ireland is part of it, as is the Hollywood Glen which stretches for about 1. The glen is traditionally associated with St. Kevin, who is said to have had his first hermitage here. There are fine panoramic views from the summit of Church Mountain. We can arrange your own personal guide for the day who will have an extensive knowledge of the local flora fauna and history of the Wicklow Mountains.
Blessington Lakes The Blessington Lakes are a renowned beauty spot, only 15 minutes from Rathsallagh. Coarse angling is available with abundant stocks of roach, perch and specimen pike. There is also brown trout angling.