Butlers Byrne Guest House is now permanently CLOSED to guests.
If you are looking for an alternative venue for your overnight local stay we can positively recommend The Meath Arms Country Inn.
For further details call +353 402 36460 or you can book on-line at www.meath-arms.com
Welcome to Butlers Byrne
Named after two well-known local characters (Tom Butler and Charlie Byrne) from the picturesque village of Aughrim, Butlers Byrne B&B has been welcoming guests from across the world for 20 years.
Established by Monaghan born Val Shorey and her husband Roy, this purpose built Bed and Breakfast is set on the hillside of Rednagh on a 1 acre site and is located just 1km outside the village of Aughrim. Its location provides guests with stunning views across the Wicklow Mountains.
Situated in the county of Wicklow popularly known as the ‘Garden of Ireland ‘, the B&B is only 1 hour south of Dublin and 1 hour north of Rosslare ferry harbour. The location and its idyllic setting are perfect for an overnight stop over or preferably to unwind for a longer holiday.
If you are looking for the perfect base for a walking tour (along the world renowned Wicklow Way), a long golfing weekend at some of the very best inland and links courses in Ireland, a fishing or cycling holiday or attending a wedding at either the Award Winning MacCreddin Village Resort, the beautiful Ballybeg House or Lawless’s Hotel, Butlers Byrne B&B is the perfect place to stay.
Once you have experienced Butlers Byrne B&B and what the village of Aughrim and the surrounding area have to offer, we know you’ll come back to visit this little piece of paradise.
“If you need to relax and be looked after following a day of hiking or travelling, we would really recommend Butler Byrne Guesthouse. With friendly and helpful people, comfortable rooms and great food, Butlers Byrne provides it’s visitors with a lasting impression of how Guesthouses should be run. We are delighted that we can offer our walkers a place like Butlers Byrne to stay.”
Hillwalk Tours – Hiking the Wicklow Way.