It has almost 120 km of spectacular coastline and is a popular tourist destination with a number of attractive towns and villages to visit, such as Wexford Town, Enniscorthy, Gorey, New Ross and Fethard On Sea. When travelling around the county you will find a wide variety of Wexford Hotels or Wexford Guesthouses to choose from.
There are plenty of visitor attractions in Wexford, including the National Heritage Park, the Wexford Heritage Centre and the National 1798 Visitor Centre – which commemorates the 1798 Rebellion and its aftermath. Located alongside the New Ross docks in County Wexford, the Dunbrody famine ship is a full scale reconstruction of a 19th Century famine ship and authentic replica of the three masted barque built in Quebec in 1845 for the Graves family of New Ross.
There are plenty of castles to choose from, including Ballyhack Castle built around 1450, Ferns Castle dating back to the 13th century and Johnstown Castle which also houses the National Museum of Agriculture and Rural Life.
Or on a nautical theme there is Hook Lighthouse built in the 13th century and the Kilmore Quay Maritime Museum. There are plenty of plants to view at the John F. Kennedy Arboretum in New Ross, which has over 4,500 plants in their collection and the Kilmokea Gardens sitting on the twin estuary of the Rivers Nore and Barrow. Wexford also has some fine examples of Cistercian abbeys in Tintern Abbey at Saltmills in New Ross founded around 1200 and Dunbrody Abbey and Visitor Centre founded in 1210.
County Wexford rich landscape and coastline ensures that the outdoor enthusiast is spoilt for choice, with a choice of water sports, great golf and walking and cycling routes and equestrian activities. Walking routes include the Blackstairs Walks, Carrickbyrne Hill and the Shelmalier Forth Mountain. Golf courses include Rosslare Golf Club, Courtown Golf Club, Enniscorthy Golf Club and St. Helen’s Bay Golf & Country Club. Beaches in County Wexford, such as Curracloe and Rosslare, are a popular spot for family breaks in Ireland.
Or if you would like to experience a bit of culture whilst staying in County Wexford, then the Wexford Opera Festival, the premier event of its kind in Europe, is a must.
The Ireland Hotels site features 31 Wexford hotels and Wexford guesthouses. Use the accommodation search box on this page to select hotels and guesthouses in County Wexford. Or choose from our great selection of Value Hotel Breaks and short-break offers, including Family Breaks and Spa Breaks.
Kelly's Resort Hotel & Spa Wexford has been a family run resort hotel for four generations since 1895, so you can trust us to make your weekend, midweek or short break just perfect. Kellys is one of Ireland's best known 4 star resort hotels and is located in Rosslare, Co. Wexford. The hotel is situated along 5 miles of sandy beach. The easy atmosphere at this Wexford Hotel encourages total relaxation. A visit to one of Europe's top destination spa - SeaSpa is a must.
Welcome to the Talbot Hotel Wexford The 4* Talbot Hotel Wexford is ideally located in the heart of Wexford Town. One of the finest hotels in the county, it boasts a vibrant bar, conference facilities and a fully equipped leisure centre and swimming pool. Each of our 107 Luxurious hotel bedrooms are relaxed and inviting and offer everything that you would expect from a four star hotel including complimentary WiFi Internet Connection, 24 Hour room service, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, iron (on request), telephone, work desk area, luxurious en-suite marble bathrooms and any extras that you may request to surprise a friend of business colleague. Many of our Guestrooms have views overlooking the stunning Slaney River or a view or vibrant Wexford Town. Our hotel is an ideal base for those planning on visiting Wexford for golf, the Wexford opera festival or a weekend of shopping. The Talbot Hotel Wexford is also a beautiful venue for your special occasion, having hosted many a dream day from birthday parties to wedding receptions.
A warm welcome awaits you at Farmers Kitchen Hotel (previously known asThe Drinagh Court Hotel), one of the finest family run hotels in Wexford. The hotel has 21 Rooms The Farmers Kitchen Hotel is a 3* Hotel and is located within easy reach of Wexford town centre and just 8 miles from Rosslare Ferryport. So whether your stay is for business or pleasure, you are perfectly situated to explore the beautiful countryside or wander around the many boutiques and shops in Wexford town.
In Treacys Hotel Wexford you will be treated to a very warm welcome, gracious hospitality and a superior standard of personal friendly service. Treacy's Hotel Wexford combines contemporary glamour with old world elegance perfectly located in the bustling town of Enniscorthy generating a hub of activity on your doorstep. With 3 different dining options you'll find you’re spoiled for choice. The Chang Thai restaurant recommended by "Taste of Ireland" as one of the top Ethnic restaurants is open Wednesday - Sunday, "The Restaurant" is open 7 nights a week with A La Carte and Table D’hote menus available or dine in the temple bar where you will be served an extensive bar food menu until 9pm daily. The olde world Temple Bar has great live music 6 nights per week, The contemporary Dbar comes alive every weekend with a DJ playing 70's & 80's music every Saturday night. When you stay in Treacys Hotel Wexford you have full access to the Waterfront Leisure centre with its 25m Pool, Sauna, Steam room and gymnasium. Whatever your reason for visiting Wexford-Be sure to ‘Treat Yourself @ Treacys!’
Marlfield House is a beautifully restored Regency period house set on 36 acres of fine gardens, close to miles of golden beaches. Opened by the The Bowe family in 1978 it has continued as a highly acclaimed country house. Rooms are filled with beautiful antiques, paintings and flowers , all overlook the gardens , have marble bathrooms and the six grand state rooms open on to the lake. The extensive gardens include a croquet lawn, tennis court, woodland walks, a lake, a rose and kitchen garden which provides much of the produce for the 2 restaurants. The H House Conservatory Restaurant with its frescoed walls is highly acclaimed as one of Ireland's most charming fine dining rooms serving classical food. For a more casual dining experience The Duck Restaurant in the courtyard is a terrace restaurant, cafe and bar overlooking the kitchen gardens and provides a stylish casual alternative for lunches or dinners, open at 11 every day May to Sept, and Wed to Sunday Oct to April.