Tinakilly House is a converted Victorian country mansion set in seven acres of landscaped gardens overlooking the Irish Sea. The hotel was originally built by the British government in 1883 for Captain Robert Halpin, who in 1866, connected Europe to America via telegraphic cable. This marvelous venue can host weddings with up to 90 guests.
The elegant bedrooms blend the Victorian elegance with all modern comforts. The period rooms of the west wing boast four poster and half tester canopy beds. In the east wing, most of the antique furnished Junior Suites and Captain Suites offer stunnig views over the Irish Sea, whilst the rest offer sweeping views of the hotel gardens.
- Bath/shower en suite
- Business Centre
- Internet Services
- Meeting/Banquet Facilities
- TV in all bedrooms
- Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN
- Wine licence
Food & Beverage
Tinakilly House is reflection of the Victorian period, but its kitchen prides itself on a fine blend of modern and traditional cuisine. Fresh fish, game and Wicklow lamb are all local sourced. All breads, jams, chutneys and preserves are prepared by the hotel’s kitchen staff.
Tinakilly House is enveloped by seven acres of beautiful gardens overlooks the Irish Sea and Broadlough Coastal Lagoon. The stunning sea views, romantic gardens and surrounding hinterland of Tinakilly reflect just a small slice of the magnificence of county Wicklow. Warmed by the Gulf Stream and known as "The Garden of Ireland", Wicklow is home to exquisite and highly acclaimed gardens, such as Mount Usher and Powerscourt.