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Tynte House

Dunlavin Village, Wicklow, W91 Y628

In Dunlavin Village

Meet your host…

John Lawler

A warm welcome awaits you at Tynte House. We have been welcoming guests into our home for many years now and have enjoyed every minute of it. There is so much to explore in our area and we are happy to point you in the right direction to find those hidden gems.

W91 Y628

Nestled in the picturesque village of Dunlavin, County Wicklow, Tynte House is a lovingly preserved award-winning early 19th century farmhouse that offers quality bed and breakfast accommodation. The house is decorated to the highest standards and is recognised for its cosy atmosphere. Downstairs there is a spacious drawing room where guests can relax in front of an open fire. On the grounds there is an all weather tennis court, a barbecue area, an indoor games room with table tennis, billiards and a well equipped play area. All bedrooms are en-suite and are tastefully decorated with antique furnishings and modern conveniences.

How to get here


Sat Nav: Lat (53.058300) - Long (-6.701803)


  • Baby Sitting
  • Cot Available
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Cycling
  • Facilities for Pets
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Satellite
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

Customer Reviews

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Overall Score



Brenda Solorzano Castaneda

28 Mar 2019 
Review Score: 10/10

John was the most wonderful host I could ever asked for!! He was super sweet and hearing his stories about his home and ancestors was just incredible. For those of you who are a big fan of vintage things/history etc, this place is for you! Located in the beautiful country side of Dunlavin, about 45 min or so from Dublin, is where you can get the real experience of Ireland. We stayed in a room called “wine room” it was gorgeous, huge! Takes you back in time, really! I must give a tip, its not just this place, but even other B&Bs including Scotland (we had visited before coming to Ireland) there are no outlets in bathrooms, so if you’re like me who likes to straighten your hair, I highly recommend bringing an extension cord! Ireland has won our hearts so we will definitely keep returning and this B&B will now be my go to place. Thank you John!!! We loved staying in your beautiful home!


24 Sep 2018 
Review Score: 10/10

John is an amazing host!! Very friendly and hospitable. Actually one of the friendliest of all the hosts I’ve experience while I was in Ireland! Spoke to him for half hour while he was baking fresh bread for breakfast the next morning. He recommendand a great place to eat at the Holiday Inn where the food and service was just as great! The room was very clean! The B&B is an hour away but when booking it should of been known and shouldn’t be taken away from Johns ratings. He gets 10 stars from me.

Michael Shorkey

20 Sep 2018 
Review Score: 8/10

John was an excellent host, but I must agree that there's really no place to eat in town other than a fish & chips to go shop. The breakfast was excellent, but as also noted the Dublin airport is an hour away, but that's not a review of the inn. The room was clean and the in suite bathroom was actually one of the larger ones I encountered. I'll give my rating based on the conditions inside the inn and service provided.

Charlene Mornout

19 Sep 2018 
Review Score: 5/10

I wish we had stayed here our first night instead of our last. We had not stopped for dinner before arriving and discovered there were no sit down restaurants in the town. We would have had to back track 20-30 minutes to find a restaurant. It was late and honestly we were beat after a week of site seeing. We did get carry out and took it to one of the local pubs. John was very pleasant and breakfast was great but we were an hour from the Dublin airport which meant a very early morning.


06 Aug 2018 
Review Score: 9/10

Tynte House was our first stay in Ireland and it was great. John was very inviting and welcoming. It sits in a little village which offers a great view of local Irish life. The house was full of history (which I love) and feels very lived in. It shows its age in places, but felt cozy and comfortable.