North-East Wicklow



This extremely picturesque village was built to accompany the manor house of the nearby Powerscourt Estate and is an excellent base from which to explore the surrounding countryside as well as the magnificent Powerscourt grounds.

Enniskerry features superb cafes and shops as well as a host of picture-postcard cottages and a charming village triangle. The clock tower in the centre of the village is also a very attractive feature.

The Catholic Church circa 1843 by Patrick Byrne is one of the first gothic revival churches in Ireland. Lying in a beautiful glen of the Cookstown or Glencullen River, the wooded country around Enniskerry offers fine forest walks.

GPS Coordinates

Latitude: 53.193504
Longitude: -6.17073

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Wicklow Way - Part 1: Marlay Park to Knockree

  • Enniskerry
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Stage 1 of the Wicklow Way: The start of this internationally renowned walk begins in the Dublins suburbs: Marlay Park. It’s not long before you...

The Armory Café @ Glencree Visitor Centre

  • Enniskerry
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  • Cafes & Deli's
The Glencree Valley possesses a rare stillness and natural beauty that makes it the ideal location for the Glencree Visitor Centre. One of the key...

Summerhill House Hotel

  • Enniskerry
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  • Accommodation
Nestled above the picturesque village of Enniskerry surrounded by fantastic views of the Dublin and...

Johnnie Fox's Pub

  • Enniskerry
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  • Attractions
Situated in Glencullen on top of the Dublin mountains, Johnnie Fox's is one of Ireland's...

The Courtyard Restaurant & Copper Beech Bar at Summerhill House

  • Enniskerry
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  • Food & Drink
With a menu based on seasonal ingredients from the finest purveyors of Irish food, and...

Lough Bray

  • Enniskerry
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Car park spaces available near the south lough, you can jump the river beside road...
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