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We played golf at the beautiful Wicklow Golf Club, then had a terrific lunch at the restaurant. The service was efficient and ver friendly. The golf professional Louise is a great asset to the club. Very friendly and knowledgeable.
I'm just back from a lovely stay at this lovely place where nothing was a problem with staff anything we asked for was delivered from a welcoming glass of wine on arrival to getting
anything we requested will certainly be returning
Ann +Claire from Dublin
The staff is warmful and the food is delicious. Add to this, a wonderful view on the Irish sea and your meal becomes an enchanting moment. From the home made soup to the wonderful apple tart everything is tasty in a graceful balance for the...More
Having previously played Wicklow Golf Club 2 years ago and found the course to be fantastic, especially the greens, i was interested to see whether they had retained this very high standard, not only have they retained it, they have taken the course to another...More
Beautiful menu, lovely choices & very good value. 3 course Set menu €21.50 & it’s so good & the views are breathtaking on a clear day. Although it’s a little bit out of the town it’s well worth a visit
We were passing through Wicklow and looking around for lunch. We arrived at the golf club and decided to try it. What a pleasant surprise! Magnificent views over the fairways out to sea. I was sorry I hadn't my clubs with me even though it...More
Situated on the outskirts of Wicklow town, this is a beautiful course and club house. From the impressive first tee box to the lovely 18th green i spent half the time just admiring the scenery. Challenging drives and fast greens will test all levels of...More
We teed off at 07:45. It was slightly damp but cleared up as the morning went on.
There's a great variety of holes. Some run along the Irish Sea. It's quite hilly and a lot of the fairways slope left to right or right to...More