Welcome to TASA prints, I'm so glad that you decided to come and have a look at my prints! My name is Aisling and I run TASA prints single handily.   I love quirky interiors and absolutely love creating my unique prints and seeing them hanging in customers homes. All my prints are made, printed and shipped from Ireland. I get so excited every time I see a new order coming in and would like to thank everyone who has supported my small business so far.

Barry’s Christmas Trees is a family run business located just outside Wicklow Town and 6 minutes from Junction 18 at the Beehive Inn. We have been growing trees for over 25 years and provide top quality local grown trees. Call into us for a walk and some fresh air around the nursery as you search for your Christmas Tree. We cater for all sizes and tastes. We can supply from 4ft to 40ft so send us a message and we will look after you.

Woodville B&B is a charming Bed & Breakfast in the woodlands, close to the coastal resort of Bray in County Wicklow on Ireland’s East Coast. It’s an endearing residence with a large garden right in middle of the woodlands. It’s a bungalow and all accommodation is on the ground floor.

Woodville is a fully central heated, non smoking house. All bedrooms are equipped with en-suite bathrooms. Breakfast at Woodville is Self Service Continental which enables guests to have breakfast from very early. Woodville is best reached by car, in addition we have a private car park for guest use.

Staying at Woodville not only allows you to enjoy the local woodlands but you are also close to the coastal resort of Bray, so it’s ideal if you fancy a day at the beach or a trawl through the excellent bars and restaurants of the area. There’s no shortage of outdoor pursuits available, from golfing, hill walking or horse riding to shooting, and Dublin is just a short journey on the DART where you can leave your car near to the station.

Staying in Woodville guests can enjoy various tourist attractions in Wicklow. Starting with Enniskerry, 6 minutes by car, where you will find Powerscourt House and Gardens. Then down to Glendalough which is renowned for the valley of the two lakes and its spiritual history.