Pinebrook bed and breakfast
Pinebrook B&B is situated in a small cul-de-sac just off the N11 on the north side of Arklow town opposite the Topaz petrol station on Ferrybank.
Travelling from Dublin, follow the signs from the M50 motorway and then the M11, take the first exit off the Arklow by-pass into the town. Pinebrook B&B is approx 1 mile from the N11 turn off.
Travelling from Rosslare northwards, take the second exit off the Arklow by-pass and follow the signs for Arklow town centre. As you approach the town the Shell Petrol Station is on the right and Pinebrook B&B is opposite on the left.
Within Walking Distance
Arklow town was, in its day, one of the busiest ports in Ireland and a renowned centre for boat building and sea fishing.
The town is a good base from which to explore the Vale of Avoca and the glorious sandy beaches of Arklow, Brittas Bay, Clogga and the historic Glendalough.
Pinebrook is situated within five minutes walk of the New Bridgewater Shopping Centre featuring a Multiplex Cinema, top brand shops and restaurants, all under one roof.
Close by is our sports and leisure centre with childrens playground, swimming pool and wildlife reserve featuring a picturesque walk along the beach.
Within easy driving distance are our top quality golf courses at Arlow (links), Woodenbridge, European Club, Blainroe, Wicklow, Courtown and Seafield.
Within half an hours drive to Arklow and its world renowned tourist attraction, Glendalough.
The valley of the two lakes with its Christian monastic churches, St. Kevin’s round tower and a medieval cathedral.
Avondale House built in 1777 and set in 500 acres of woodland on the banks of the Avonmore river in Rathdrum is the birthplace and home of Charles Stewart Parnell.
Wicklow’s historic Gaol is open again for the first time in 140 years from where almost 50,000 Irish people were transported as convicts to Australia. The Gaol makes for a unique daytrip for any visitor.