Trooperstown Lodge is comprised of a number of superbly finished en-suite guest rooms. Each room is decorated to a high standard. The old-world theme of each room sets in beautifully with the scenic Glendalough surroundings. The valley view rooms on the first floor overlook the beautiful Glendalough landscape along with Trooperstown wood hill. Fresh linen and towels await you after your adventures on the Wicklow hills and will be freshly changed each day during your stay with us. If you have any special sleeping arrangments, please let our team know and we will do whatever we can to you and your family.

What’s Included

Free Wifi
Hairdryer and selection of toiletries
Drying room for wet gear and walking boots
Flat Screen TV & DVD Player
Free off road parking
Shuttle Bus Service To Wicklow Heather Restaurant
All rooms ensuite bathroom with power showers
Freshly Brewed Tea Coffee and Biscuits


Location & Nearby Attractions

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Sight Seeing

We know all of the best trails in Glendalough and Wicklow and our team are happy to advise you on your own adventures while staying at the lodge. Wicklow is famous for trail and road running with complicated hills, beautiful scenery and stunning well-marked trails.

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We can advise you on the best routes to walk while staying in the Glendalough region and shuttle you to and from the beginning and end of trails along The Wicklow Way and Glendalough. With some of the most amazing hiking in Ireland, we can advise on the best walks that can suit any ability and fitness levels. Whether you’re running Scar Mountain, Hiking Lug Na Quilla or walking the Wicklow Way, we’re perfectly located in Glendalough to be your basecamp for your trip.

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Stand Up Paddle Boarding

Our friends at Brittas Bay Surf School will be happy to introduce you to SUP. Stand Up Paddleboarding, abbreviated as SUP, is a new and exciting sport. Stand up paddleboarding has origins in West Africa and in Polynesia and now people are paddling on rivers, lakes, and oceans all over the world. It is accessible to a wide range of people and a great way to get fit, explore the seas and surf the ocean.

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Do you want to try kayaking for the first time, or are you a long-time kayaker looking for expert coaching? Our partners at will cater to all of your kayaking wishes while on your trip in Glendalough. Reach out to us for information on kayaking in Wicklow and Glendalough.

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Mountain Biking

Our friends at are available to get you on your bike during your stay with us. They provide services such as mountain bike rentals, lessons and tours. With their Wicklow Hub located just 15 minutes from our door at the foothills of Djouce Mountain, we are happy to introduce you to the team who will endeavour to get you out on the hills during your Glendalough trip. can also organise your road bike adventure in Wicklow and our team would be happy to make the introduction.

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Glendalough Visitor Centre

This early Christian ecclesiastical settlement was founded by St. Kevin in the 6th century. Set in a glaciated valley with two lakes, the monastic remains include a superb round tower, stone churches and decorated crosses. The Visitor Centre has an interesting exhibition and an audio-visual show. French and Spanish guided tours are available all year by advance booking. The Visitor Centre is fully accessible for visitors with disabilities. Access to the graveyard is very difficult for wheelchair users.

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