A brand new outdoor adventure right in the heart of Ireland’s Ancient East. Amazing bike and walking trails for all levels, taking in some of the best terrain County Wicklow has to offer from stunning woodland to spectacular views of the Coast.
Only 30 minutes from Dublin City Centre and 15 minutes from the M50
@ Arthur’s Barn
Locally roasted coffee, wood-fired sourdough pizza made fresh to order…just what you need after a day on the trails.
Bak’d at Arthur’s Barn is a hidden gem with a little bit of history too. Enjoy the freshest food in the original Roman Barn from the set of the legendary film King Arthur. Located in our Walled Garden, with awesome views of Little Sugar Loaf and loads of outdoor green space for the little ones to explore.
From the 27th of December we will return to operating the grab and go service for outside casual eating.
Pre-order from the Grab ‘n Go menu on our website.
Should you have any questions or queries please do not hesitate to phone us.
We are currently closed on Tuesdays.
For additional info please go to our
Belmont Bike Farm
Get off the beaten track, get fit and have fun doing it!
Belmont Bike Farm has 15 kms of fantastic trails that cover a diverse range of natural routes.
Pit your wits on fast-paced woodland terrain or take it at a slower pace, climbing up the foothills of Little Sugar Loaf.
9.30am to 5pm
Bikers simply bring their own bikes (and helmets) then hit one of many amazing off-road cycle trails that take in some of the most breathtaking scenery County Wicklow has to offer, from stunning woodlands to spectacular views of the East Coast. With few family biking amenities on offer in Ireland, our new Belmont Bike Trail Network is a fantastic addition to this fast-growing sport.
We have bike trails to suit all types of bikes, ages and abilities. Serious bikers can get their thrills on the more challenging woodland terrain, while families can take it at their own pace and spend some quality time together cycling the gentle loops that meander through this beautiful estate and working farm.
Hone your skills and develop some serious bike technique on our purpose built Pump Track Trail. Or try our Mini Pump Track Trail for little bikers to get to grips with the basics. It’s the perfect training ground before they hit the bigger trails.
Fat Bike Adventuresbased in Belmont Demesne
a Fatbike Adventures guided tour is the perfect way to experience the breathtaking scenery of Ireland’s Ancient East. Take a day trip, a weekend break or make it your next corporate team building event. You can use your own steam or choose a fab electric fatty to give you that extra boost. Click here for more info…
And it’s not just tours
Looking to get a new bike, or get yours serviced
We supply and service all styles, types and brands of bike, plus
we have probably the best mechanic available in the country to fine tune, upgrade it, or build yours from scratch.
Tracks & Trails Preview
Walk from Bray to Big Sugarloaf
The Forest Clubbased in Belmont Demesne
A Breath of Fresh Air
Our goal at The Forest Club is to reconnect children with nature. Children get to learn about nature through fun hands-on activities and experiences. Our birthday parties, after-school clubs, forest school sessions and kid’s camps are a great way for children to learn new skills, gain an appreciation for the great outdoors and are lots of fun!
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BOATYARDBy Anne Tilby
‘For those who lived their lives on the sea’
An exhibition of Sound, Art, and Sails.
Tilby’s latest exhibition, Boatyard: An Bádchlós, is “a shrine to the unique culture and craft of boatbuilding”. It celebrates the unknown fishermen and craftsmen who lived their lives by the sea. It’s also an appreciation of the culture of slowdesign.
Gate Opening Hours
9.30am to 5pm
- Belmont Demesne is located 5 minutes from Exit 7 on the N11 (Bray South / Greystones North) R767. Follow the signs to Killruddery House & Gardens on the R768.
- Head past the Killruddery entrance (on your right) to the Southern Cross roundabout (adjacent to the Wilton Hotel on your left) and head right on the R761 South towards Greystones.
- The R761 will take you uphill past the Bray Golf Club entrance. As you approach the crest of the hill you will see a bus shelter on your right handside and the L1028 Templecarrig Lower Road immediately after.
- Turn right into this road, the entrance to Belmont Demesne is 600m down this road on the right handside.