At a Glance
Get to know the Neighbourhood
Just south of Dublin and nestled at the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains, lies Enniskerry, a charming village with easy access to Dublin city centre, as well as the beautiful mountainous landscape of Co Wicklow.
In the village centre, locals enjoy an excellent selection of boutique shopping, pubs and restaurants. Poppies is a popular spot for breakfast and lunch, with a delicious array of baked goods, and favourites such as Emilia’s Ristorante and Kingfisher’s Kitchen cater to tourists and residents alike. Sports fans and active families will love living in Enniskerry, with St Mary’s GAA, Enniskerry Football Club, horseback riding, golf and of course, hiking along the famous Wicklow Way. The area is perhaps best known as home to Powerscourt Estate, sprawling grounds with a five-star hotel, golf club, boutiques, fine dining and landscaped gardens.
Enniskerry is within easy reach of Dublin city. Regular bus service and the Luas at Brides Glen serve the area, as well as the DART in Bray. There are a number of options for primary and secondary schools nearby, such as Enniskerry National School, John Scottus and St Mary’s and St Gerard’s National School.
- Powerscourt Estate
- Wicklow Way walking trails and the Wicklow Mountains
- Charming village atmosphere
- Plenty of local sports clubs and amenities
- Excellent selection of schools nearby
- Green line (Brides Glen/Broomfield) at Brides Glen
- At Bray (Bray/Howth)
- 44 – DCU towards Enniskerry