to Moneylands Farm.
Located on Ireland's East Coast, in beautiful County Wicklow,
the Moneylands Farm complex is perched over the Irish Sea and surrounded by rolling hills and lush woodlands. This idyllic setting offers a cosy, inspiring and peaceful atmosphere to unwind, reconnect and create memories.
With several styles of accommodation, Moneylands Farm is suitable for
couples, families, group occasions, or corporate gatherings.
Moneylands Farm also features an onsite café, The Broken Chair where you can enjoy a delicious breakfast, brunch and lunch while taking in the beautiful views.
Finally, we offer a venue for events as well as a private meeting room equipped with audio visual equipment and high-speed internet connections.
Please contact us for more information.
Moneylands Farm is the successful result of a diversification project that turned a fully operational farm into a welcoming accommodation complex.
Starting with a Bed & Breakfast which opened in 1990, over the next decade, the Byrne family incrementally converted the farm’s stables into self-catering apartments while preserving their original stone-built façades and interiors where possible.
Modern premium villas, "The View at Moneylands Farm", were added in 2018 and in 2021, a luxury range of self-catering apartments, "The Oyster" and "The Cove" were introduced.
Throughout the years, the Byrne family has welcomed thousands of guests from all over the world into their homestead.
We look forward to welcoming you!
Moneylands Farm is perfectly situated
to explore County Wicklow “The Garden of Ireland” and County Wexford,
featuring some of the best attractions in the country, including:
the ancient monastery and majestic lakes of Glendalough
Powerscourt Estate, House and Gardens (voted the 3rd best garden in the world by National Geographic)
the picturesque village of Avoca
the amazing views from the Arklow Rock Cliff Walk and the Hanging Rock beach
the bustling market town of Gorey with its trendy boutiques and restaurants
Devil's Glen Waterfall and the 'Sculpture in the Woodland' Art Project