A day in Glendalough

Myself and my partner were touring Ireland for a few weeks and stopped by in Avoca where we stayed at CherryBrook House. One of our favourite days was a trip to nearby Glendalough. We were lucky in that it was sunny – apparently it rains a lot in Ireland!! and we had brought a picnic with us. We sat by the calm Upper Lake and munched our sandwiches as we people-watched for an hour before setting off for a leisurely stroll around the monastic city or ruins that make up St Kevins site there. A very enjoyable day indeed!

Lily & Mel

June 2008

3 thoughts on “A day in Glendalough

  1. A wonderful stay in a beautiful clean friendly accommodation. Superb breakfast and rooms service with fresh towels every day. Highly recommend! Thank you Bernie for looking after us so well

  2. Mia and Don says:

    We really enjoyed our stay with Bernie on 15th 16th August 2008, the day Ireland was lashed by monsoon rains and flooding, our day trips around Glendalough were curtailed by the rain and wind and we spent the best part of the day with the family at Cherrybrook, together with a german family and a lady from Austrailia, Bernie provided us with board games and lots of tea and scones, we had a very relaxing day and felt really at home there. The rooms were spotlessly clean as was every part of the house – the breakfast was a feast to behold and we will return and recommend to our friends. This B&B is excellent and of a very high standard to be recommended.

  3. Sarah & Grant yeamans says:

    Thank you so much for your hospitality! We loved our stay at your Beautiful B&B. It was so nice to rejuvenate after many hours of travel. Breakfast was wonderful such a great start to the day after a wonderful nights sleep… Thank you again for everything – WE KNOW THAT YOU ENHANCE EVERYONES TRIP TO AVOCA WHO ARE LUCKY ENOUGH TO STAY WITH YOU. We highly recommend you and hope to see you again in the future. God Bless Sarah & Grant

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