Telephone:+353 1 286 2423,
Email: info@coolakayhouse.ie,
Powerscourt Waterfall Road, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.

Winner of B&B Ireland and Waterford Crystal’s ‘Best Leinster B&B 2012'

Celebrating our 21st year in business this year

Coolakay House is a 19th Century Farmhouse B&B with all the luxuries you would expect of a modern home in Ireland.  It’s location boasts breathtaking views overlooking the Wicklow hills and mountains of Enniskerry and Glencree.  It is also within an ideal distance from Enniskerry Village and the N11 (3km), Dublin City (20km) and the Wicklow Way at Crone Wood (3km).  Our proximity to the N11 makes us very convenient for day trips to Dublin City and also Dublin Airport.

We are within walking distance to Powerscourt Waterfall and 3km from Powerscourt House and Gardens.

Coolakay House B&B is Failte Ireland Approved and is a Family Friendly Premises.  We are a working farm which has sheep and cattle.  March/April is our lambing season; guests may get to experience this wonderful time on the farm and could even get to name a lamb!

There are many areas throughout the house to relax and take in the views.  Our decking takes in the wonderful view of the Wicklow and Dublin Mountains while our conservatory is a great place to relax and read a book or write your postcards.

We have a business centre area where you can view your emails and print off your boarding passes.

While you are here be sure to say hi to our ponies – Joey &  Coco and their daughter Chloe. They love to see all our visitors possibly because they know they will get a carrot or two when they do!

It is through the ponies field that you walk to complete our farm walk to the top of the viewing rock. From here you have a full 360° view of Wicklow and Dublin mountain tops. On a clear day you can see the boats in Dun Laoghaire harbour and after a spell of bad weather Powerscourt waterfall is in full view!

We hope you enjoy looking through our site and hope that we will see you soon when you come to stay a night or two in our haven in the Garden of Ireland.