Conference Venues Wicklow
To maintain an edge in todays competitive business environment management teams whether at a senior level or on the front line , require uninterrupted time to reflect and focus on the business horizon, space to think and plan strategically before execution. So if you are looking for conference venues in Wicklow then Rathsallagh is the place for you.
Free from the intrusion of everyday trust and parry of an office environment Rathsallagh House Co Wicklow is an oasis that embraces everything the creative and planning process requires. Only 55 minutes from Dublin ( and Dublin International Airport ) off the N81 in Co Wicklow , Rathsallagh possesses a positive energy combined with naturally lit meeting rooms and breakout areas , all the components required for a great creative space, and one of the most ideal conference venues in Wicklow.
Conference Rooms near Wicklow
Rathsallagh can accommodate meetings and Conferences for up to 250 delegates with a choice of spaces from the large Pavilion to the Think Tank and Forge Board rooms to Drawing rooms and white board break out rooms. Rathsallagh specializes in privacy and can offer your company exclusive use of the property.
Rathsallagh is less than 50 minutes drive from Dublin International Airport. It is also close to some of Irelands most spectacular scenery including Glendalough and the Wicklow National Park, or the Blessington Lakes and Russborough House – described as the most beautiful stately home in Ireland is less than 15 minutes away . Rathsallagh also woks very closely with many of Ireland’s leading Team Building Companies including Dynamic Events in Blessington Co Wicklow and with hundreds of acres of parkland , woods and gardens, Rathsallagh is also one of the most ideal conference venues in Wicklow for less formal activity based team building events. Outdoor activities are a specialty.
Rathsallagh is the ideal base for exploring some of Wicklow’s other great attractions including The Mill at Avoca Co Wicklow, (this area was the location for many scenes from the TV drama Ballykissangel)