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Main Street


Co. Wiclow

Tel: 0404 46282

+353 (0)404 46282
+353 (0) 87 9930784


Jacobs Well, Rathdrum, County Wicklow, Ireland

Jacob's Well is a haven of good food and superior accommodation with a choice of bar and lounge bar with warm welcoming fires, restaurant and function room.  You are surrounded by old world charm and a really sincere warm welcome.

Our spectacular location offers many varied opportunities to our guests with world famous walks, heritage, equestrian centres, splendid beaches and golf courses all within easy reach of Jacob's Well - Come to experience the experience - Come to Jacob's Well.

Our Food
Our Food

Our food has a reputation for quality and style using only the best of fresh Irish produce in the construction of our menus.

  • Homemade soups

  • Wicklow lamb

  • Irish beef.

  • Venison

  • Fresh Fish

  • Local farm fresh vegetables

All combine to serve you an experience not to be missed. The wine menu is varied and carefully chosen to suit the most discerning palate with all affordably priced. 


Award Winners

Here in Jacob’s Well we are proud of our hard earned success, having on three occasions been awarded the Black & White Award for County Wicklow pub of the year in the years 2000 - 2001 - 2003. 2004 saw the end of the Black & White awards, acknowledged to be Ireland’s most prestigious, by both the hospitality industry and customers alike.


Our Restaurant's reputation for quality, style and traditional charm has proven itself once again as we have been recently awarded Winner of the Irish Restaurant Associations' Best Gastro Pub / Restaurant in Wicklow Award.


Sports & Activities
Sports and Outdoor Activities

Walking - Golf - Hunting - Fishing - Horse Riding - Cycling

Here in this idyllic setting in the “Garden of Ireland" we are open to serve you, our valued customers, throughout the Four Seasons.  At any time of the year this part of Ireland is widely acknowledged to be a "Real Jewel in the Crown", a region of heritage, rolling hills, rivers, mountains, beautiful beaches and lush green valleys.


Our Accommodation
Our Accommodation

Each of our cosy, comfortable bedrooms are en suite and are designed for your relaxation and security.

Our guests can also enjoy the additional   comfort   of   our private reading and sitting room,   Breakfast is served each morning in the lounge.   We welcome your enquiry regarding our special accommo­dation packages, which are featured throughout the year.


  • Private Free Secure Car Parking

  • We accept Travel Agent Vouchers

  • All bedrooms Ensuite

  • Power Showers

  • Satellite TV in Room

  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities

  • Hairdryer

  • Dining Room

  • Guest Lounge


Special Events
Special Events

In our new function room dinner dances, weddings, confirmations, first communions and all special occasions are welcomed. Our service, experience and professionalism will guarantee success. Varied menus are available to suit all budgets.

Some might say we are the local headquarters for major sporting events! The fans of GAA, golf, racing, soccer, rugby and indeed all sports are catered for with our state of the art screens - there is nothing quite like the experience, the atmosphere, the surroundings and the sight and sound of sport in Jacob’s Well.


Music & Song

For generations, music and song has featured through our bars. Today spontaneous sessions make the rafters ring, echoing days gone by. Here in Jacob's Well we provide a variety of instruments available for our visiting musicians.

Our Location

Dublin City is only 37 miles from Rathdrum and Rathdrum’s Railway Station provides a direct link to Dublin and Rosslare Ferry and Wexford heading south. There is also an excellent bus service from our town.

Served by Train and BusRathdrum is a picturesque village overlooking the Avonmore river and close to Avondale House - home of Charles Stuart Parnell. Co Wicklow, known as the Garden County, is teeming with history, stately homes and castles, church ruins and monastic sites in abundance. Wicklow also has a strong maritime tradition of boatbuilding, fishing and general shipping.

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