Covid-19 Update. August 2021. Book on this website and save 10%
We have reopened our B&B to all guests who do not need to quarantine or self isolate as part of Ireland's COVID19 regulations. You will be pleased to know that we are fully Covid compliant.
To our regular and new guests from outside Ireland who are not permitted to enter Ireland without isolating or quarantining we would like to wish you all the very best, keep safe and all being well, look forward to seeing you all in 2022 when hopefully and God willing, life returns to normal.
The Meetings, an hour from Dublin city center (non-rush hour traffic), and a million miles away from the hustle and bustle.
The Meetings has a Craft Gallery stocked with the finest hand made Wicklow crafts, a Bar and Lounge, as well as Bed & Breakfast accommodation. Overlooking the celebrated Meeting of the Waters, the property enjoys panoramic views of the converging waters of the Avonbeg and Avonmore rivers, and of the surrounding countryside. Nearby attractions include Glendalough, Avondale House, Hidden Valley, Christmas Island and Woodenbridge Golf course. Wedding venues nearby Brooklodge Macreddin, Woodenbridge Hotel, Ballybeg House, and Clanwilliam House.
Call +353 402 35226 to book a table, a bed or to find out what's on.
The property was refurbished in 2015/2016 and all guests have access to a balcony area overlooking the waters. As of March 2018, The Meetings has fiber broadband with wireless speeds in excess of 70 mbs typically. All rooms have an en-suite bathroom, a smart TV (no Irish channels), and free fast Wi-Fi; while facilities include free private parking and an on-site convenience store. The majority of bedrooms were recently refurbished in May 2021 with new bedroom furniture and updated bathrooms. The lounge bar is a popular spot with locals and visitors alike. Why not enjoy a game of darts or pool in the bar.
This famous landmark, immortalized in song by Ireland's national poet, Thomas Moore, provides an ideal base from which to enjoy and explore the picturesque scenery of Co. Wicklow.
"There is not in the wide world a valley so sweetThe Meeting of the Waters, Thomas Moore
As that vale in whose bosom the bright waters meet"