These three bedroom holiday lodges are located on the grounds of Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort in Blessington, Co Wicklow. This is a beautiful setting close to the lakes with Golf course and Hotel onsite. Lodge guests also have free use of the Osprey Hotel Leisure Club and swimming pool in Naas during their stay.
The downstairs is an open plan living area with flat screen TV, gas fire and fully equipped kitchen.
All three bedrooms are located upstairs. There are two double bedrooms with ensuites on the 2nd floor and the third floor is home to the single bedroom which is also ensuite. Bed linen and towels are provided during your stay and daily housekeeping is also included in your rate.
THE GOLF COURSE
Standing by the shores of Blessington Lakes will leave you speechless. Set across three peninsulas, renowned course architect Patrick J. Merrigan has created a stunning 18-hole championship golf course paradise at Tulfarris. Test your handicap among breath-taking surroundings where ponds and wild grasses blend into the exciting design against sweeping panoramic views. Whether you are a leading pro or an enthusiastic beginner, Tulfarris Golf Course offers an exhilarating test in the garden of Ireland, Co. Wicklow.
Local Area Attractions
Osprey Hotel Swimming Pool
Residents of Tulfarris Hotel enjoy complimentary access to the Osprey Hotel & Spa leisure centre. Please ask our team for more details.
Osprey Spa is set in an oasis of calm, an urban sanctuary designed by architect Hugh Wallace, best known from RTE’s Home of the Year programme. The 10,000 square foot space includes 6 individual treatment rooms, a couples' treatment room, light and dark relaxation rooms, nail bar, 3 pedicure stations and dedicated beauty rooms for waxing, tinting and tanning. Visitors can also indulge in our rain shower, salt grotto, seaweed baths, rasul chamber and heated relaxation beds.
Blessington Greenway Walk
The Blessington Greenway walk links the historic town of Blessington with the Palladian mansion at Russborough House. The trail starts at Blessington and leads south along the shores of Blessington Lakes and through forest and natural woodland. Along the way, you will have the opportunity to appreciate the magnificent scenery and wildlife in the area.
Russborough House was built between 1741- 1750 by Joseph Leeson, the first Earl of Milltown. It is regarded as one of Ireland’s most beautiful houses and it also has magnificent views of the Blessington Lakes and the Wicklow mountains beyond.
The Dublin and Wicklow Mountains are but a few minutes drive away for both walks and trails.
Glendalough, the 6th Century monastic city, is 20 kilometres away across the scenic Wicklow Mountains and the famous Russborough House which houses the Beit Collection is just a 3-minute drive away. You will also find the Japanese Gardens, National Stud, Sally and Wicklow Gaps all within a short driving distance from Tulfarris Village.
If it’s shopping you’re after, Dublin City is only 37 kilometres down the road where you can shop till you drop! Alternatively, you can visit the local shops in Blessington Village or take a drive over to Naas town.
Punchestown Racecourse the home of Irish National Hunt Racing for more than 150 years. Hosts the Irish National Hunt Festival as well as very competitive and exciting race days. Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Club is one of the best choices available for Punchestown Hotels due to our location just 15 minutes away!
A range of boats can be hired for trips of all kinds on the lakes: romantic boat trips; family days out; or fishing on Wicklow’s largest lake. Tuition is available and full safety equipment is included.
Blessington Lake Boat Tours
Discover the history hidden beneath the water. The Blessington Lakes were created in 1940 when a dam was constructed to flood the valley where Kings River and River Liffey meet. As well as an amazing journey with spectacular views of mountain scenery, secluded bays and opportunity to see the local wildlife, the tour gives you a sense of the history, homes and original landscape that vanished over 70 years ago.