Annamoe allotments, Annamoe, Glendalough, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.

This deer and rabbit fenced allotment site is on the banks of the Avonmore River in the valley of Annamoe.





About 4 miles from one of Irelands top tourist attractions, Glendalough which translates as “Glen of the two lakes”

Walking up the valley

Public (local authority) or private: Private

Typical size of plots: Approx 100 metres squared.

Charges: To be confirmed.

Fruit tree planting allowed: Yes.

Sheds/glasshouse allowed: Yes

Help available on site: Yes, upon request.

Secure storage: Yes

On-site car parking:
Yes


Other amenities: Running water, Manure, Bark mulch, picnic/BBQ area, information on how and when to grow many types of vegetables, seeds and tools available to buy onsite.
Future plans for a childrens play area, gardening courses, farmers market, and polytunnels.

Address:
Annamoe allotments
Annamoe , Glendalough, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.

Contact: Martin Byrne

Tel : 0404 45857

Directions:
On the road from Roundwood to Glendalough (2 miles from Roundwood)

If you are the owner of this allotment or know further about it then please add a comment below.

Creative Commons License photo credit: mr lynch

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5 Responses to “Annamoe allotments, Annamoe, Glendalough, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.”

  1. paulmichael kelly Says:

    Spent an hour driving around today looking for this site to no avail! No reply from my phone enquiry! Local people whom I asked never heard about this allotment site! No signs anywhere! Is it a phantom!

  2. walltoall Says:

    Annamoe allotments, Annamoe, Glendalough, Co. Wicklow, Ireland. This deer and rabbit fenced allotment site is on the banks of the Avonmore River in the valley of Annamoe. About 4miles from one of Irelands top tourist attractions, Glendalough, which translates as “Glen of the two Lakes” Address: Annamoe allotments Annamoe , Glendalough, Co. Wicklow, Ireland. Directions: On the road from Roundwood to Glendalough (2 miles from Roundwood)ALL ABOVE INFO TAKEN FROM THE WEBSITE

    Paul: Purchase Sheet16, 1/2inch scale Ordnance Survey from the map-shop in Aungier Street, Dublin. (The shop is on the left side as you go out from Georges Street.) Find Roundwood and the road to Glendalough on the map. Measure one inch along the road with a dividers and mark the spot. Double check that Glendalough is a further two inches along that road. Trace the Annamoe river (it’s a blue line on the map) Now go by car to the area with map in hand and look for a field with a deer fence beside the river and close to the spot you marked before setting out. If the photo above is to be trusted you should be able to see the Glendalough tower in the distance and the mountain behind it. Let me know how you get on.

  3. annamoe99 Says:

    Paul
    Martin here from Annamoe Allotments
    The allotments are down a lane and quite private. Contact me at 0404 45857 or 087 9170231 and we can set up a meeting at the site.

  4. Simona Says:

    Are there still any allotments available? Who should I contact? Thank you in advance.

  5. James Kilkelly from Allotments.ie Says:

    Simona, please contact the allotment owner using the email address or phone number supplied above.

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