Greenane Glenmalure Hostel
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In 1798, the Battle of Glenmalure was fought in the valley where the mountain hut is located. This hostel is a very basic mountain hut with no electricity or running water.
While the playwright, J.M Synge owned this estate, he wrote the play "Shadow of the Glen" which was set in the house. Maud Gonne McBride, who inspired many of W.B. Yeats poems, also owned the house and Iseult, her daughter, lived there after her marriage. Ownership then passed to Kathleen Lynn who donated it to An Óige.
This hostel is a very basic mountain hut with no electricity or running water.
We do not accept bookings for more then 10 people. Any such booking will be cancelled and the deposit will not be refunded.
For all group bookings please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Road/Car: From Laragh, follow the "Wicklow Way" trail to Drumgoff Bridge, turn up the Glenmalure Valley and follow the lane to the mountain hut.
Bus: St. Kevin's Bus (01-2818119): Dublin-Laragh, 14km from mountain hut (11.30 and 18.00 from Stephen's Green). 10% discount to An Óige/ Hostelling International members with valid card
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