Welcome to Mount Usher View Bed and Breakfast Ashford County Wicklow
Your Host Jean O’Shea Conlon Welcomes You
Mount Usher View bed and breakfast in Ashford, County Wicklow is a large mature B&B in a peaceful setting with scenic gardens and comfortable spacious Ensuite rooms. Our B&B in Ashford, County Wicklow is located in Ashford Village, close to all local pubs, restaurants and shops. There are excellent amenities nearby to the Bed and Breakfast including golf courses, walking routes, horse riding, cycling and fishing.
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Jean O’Shea Conlon
Mount Usher View B&B
Tel: 00353 (0) 404 40543
Mobile: 00353 (0) 874120784
GPS: 53.011018, -6.108334
Follow signs in N11 for Ashford, go through the village, heading for Mount Usher Gardens. We are located beside the Mount Usher Gardens.
Latest B&B Ireland Customer Reviews
Jean was amazing. Very helpful. I loved how she always asked how my day went whenever I arrived back to the room. Her place was nice,clean, and breakfast was delicious.
We really enjoyed our stay with Jean at Mount Usher View. Jean was an amazing hostess and here place was immaculate! The traditional Irish Breakfast was one of the best I had while on our trip in Ireland. You can tell Jean really loves to host people and she is the perfect hostess. I highly recommend!
We stayed here Sept 18-20, 2018. Overall a good experience. Pros: Big rooms; good breakfasts; next to Mt. Usher botanical garden which was fantastic; Jean was a pleasant host. Cons: I could not stand up in bathroom due to slanted celings--made things awkward.
Location is fantastic and it was a great stay.
Jean was a lovely hostess and was very helpful when my husband thought he had lost his travel diary. The room was spacious and comfortable, the breakfast was delicious. We were able to walk to a local restaurant for dinner. The location was close to Brittas Bay where we took a long walk on the beach and then to the Wicklow Mountains for a drive through the Sally Gap on our way back to Dublin.