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Of course, it’s not just the history that makes Waterford such a compelling destination. The city is also known for its craft beer and its blaa – a delicious white floury bread roll, unique to Waterford. Why not come along to one of the City’s festivals – Spraoi, held in August is an outdoor arts festival incorporating street theatre, music and a colourful costumed parade. The Waterford Harvest Festival is held in September and focuses on regional foods and food producers, and the Imagine Arts Festival, held in October is a wide-ranging event including music, dance, film and various visual arts. Why not stay in one of conveniently located city-centre hotels to enjoy all the events Waterford has to offer.


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  • 1.02km to City/Town Centre

    Dooley's Hotel

    Dooley's Hotel is a 3rd generation family run hotel, celebrating 70 years in business. Located on Waterford's Quayside this city centre hotel has transformed itself into a 112 bedroom hotel with a large conference and banqueting suite, bar and restaurant. The shopping, sightseeing and business districts are a stone's throw from our Waterford City Centre Hotel which boasts views of the River Suir.The hotel is across the road from Waterford Bus Station, 5 minutes walk to the train station and less than 10km to Waterford Airport.Waterford City is connected to Dublin City and Airport via to M9 motorway and is less than a 2 hour drive.Dooley's Hotel is a unique, family owned and operated hotel and the Darrer Family have welcomed guests to Ireland's Oldest City (celebrating 1,100 years) for over 70 years, and is a first choice location for Corporate and Leisure Guests, Conferences, Weddings, or just a short breakaway. Let our friendly team help you discover all that Waterford has to offer including the world famous Waterford Crystal, the stunning Mount Congreve Gardens, the new Viking Triangle Cultural Area of Waterford City and Waterford's newest tourist attraction: Waterford Greenway. Dooley's Hotel, Waterford is delighted to be part of Ireland's Ancient East.

    Address: Merchant's Quay, Waterford

    • Holy Trinity Cathedrals - km
    • Waterford Cathedral - km
  • 0.19km to City/Town Centre

    Faithlegg House Hotel & Golf Resort

    Faithlegg House Hotel & Golf Resort in Waterford is an 18th century Waterford mansion which has been beautifully restored to form the centre piece of a superb four star hotel and golf course in Waterford.Facilities including 66 hotel bedrooms and 2 spacious suites in the new wing, 14 master bedrooms in the original house, 3 versatile wedding venues or conference suites, fully equipped leisure centre with swimming pool, health and beauty salon, award winning restaurant, comfortable bar and lounge areas, a magnificent 18 hole parkland golf course with its own club house and pro shop, a range of self catering holiday homes with 65 houses and extensive car parking make Faithlegg one of the most desirable hotels to visit in Ireland

    Address: Faithlegg, Co Waterford, Ireland

    • Waterford Castle Golf Club - km
    • Waterford Municipal Golf Course - km
  • 0.81km to City/Town Centre

    Fitzwilton Hotel

    A stylish, boutique 4* hotel in the centre of Waterford City, ideally situated for those wanting to explore Waterford City & County, The Greenway, The Copper Coast, and the beauty of Ireland’s Ancient East. Located only steps away from Waterford city centre and shopping district, the hotel is just a short stroll from Waterford Crystal Visitor Centre and the Viking Triangle as well as other cultural landmarks in the city centre.

    Address: Bridge St, Waterford City, Co Waterford

    • Holy Trinity Cathedrals - km
    • Comeragh Mountains - km
  • 1.26km to City/Town Centre

    Granville Hotel

    The Granville Hotel is a family run, 4 star City Centre Hotel. This boutique style hotel has a rich history dating back to the 1700s and is the birthplace of Thomas Francis Meagher, the man responsible for our Irish National Flag. Each room is individually decorated and while keeping with the traditional theme of the hotel we also boast all of the modern conveniences. The Granville Hotel is an ideal base for exploring Waterford with the Viking Triangle only a 5 minute walk from the hotel and the Waterford Greenway just a 10 minute walk.

    Address: Meagher Quay, Waterford City, Co. Waterford

    • Waterford Cathedral - km
    • Holy Trinity Cathedrals - km
  • 0.97km to City/Town Centre

    Majestic Hotel

    Located in the sunny south east of Ireland overlooking Tramore Bay with its impressive 5km stretch of golden beach and sand dunes, the 4 star Majestic Hotel is less than10km from the historical city of Waterford and close to all indoor and outdoor leisure facilities and amenities. Just a short stroll from the Tramore Blue Flag beach, the Majestic Hotel is the perfect location for your holiday break or when visiting Waterford and touring the beautiful south east. Guests can relax and spend their free time walking, golfing, surfing, swimming and sunbathing whilst taking in the beautiful scenery of Tramore Bay and Brownstown Head. Extensive free car parking is provided for all guests including complimentary Wi-Fi.

    Address: Lower Branch Road, Tramore, Co. Waterford

    • Tramore Racecourse - km
    • Pure Adventure Day Tour - km
  • 1.18km to City/Town Centre

    O'Shea's Hotel Strand Street

    O'Shea's is ideally located beside the sea in Tramore, Co. Waterford. The Hotel has the Traditional Facade but has a surprisingly warm, modern & traditional interior.O'Shea's was established in 1968 & you will immediately notice the warmth of a family run hotel personally managed under the careful eye of Joe & Noreen O'SheaThe bedrooms in the Main Hotel are a mixture of old traditional & newer modern rooms. All rooms are medium sized, with maple floors, either light oak or mahogony furniture.The bedrooms in the Annex or Gate Lodge are modern & airy, with wooden floors & light oak furniture. All our rooms are en-suite. There are multi channel T.Vs & Tea making facilities in all rooms. Some Rooms have sea-views. The majority of our bedrooms are non-smoking.The Bar in O'Sheas is warm & welcoming with an extensive bar-food menu with special emphesis on Seafood served from Breakfast until 9:00pm every day. In winter time yopu can enjoy a chat by the big open fire. A Carvery Lunch is served daily.Families Welcome.Our Copper Room Restaurant is open for Breakfast & again for Dinner with a variety of Menus. If you require a special dietary menu - our Chef will be be please to facilitate you.We have also got a Games Room & a Partly covered Smoking Room.Our Ballroom is available for conferences or Our Guillimene Room is suitable for small meetings.We cater for Private Parties & Weddings (lots of Dublin based weddings - where the wedding party come & book out the hotel for a full weekend for their wedding- at much better prices than the cities.) & Private Parties

    Address: Strand Street, Tramore, Co. Waterford

    • Tramore Racecourse - km
    • Pure Adventure Day Tour - km
  • 0.22km to City/Town Centre

    Round Tower Hotel (The)

    Welcome to the family run Round Tower Hotel located in the beautiful village of Ardmore. Round Tower Hotel is a Fáilte Ireland approved 3 star hotel. Nestled in the western end of county Waterford in Ireland's acclaimed 'Sunny South East', the hotel offers guests and visitors the opportunity to enjoy their break in one of Ireland's oldest Christian settlement villages.

    Address: Round Tower Hotel, College Rd. Ardmore, Co. Waterford

    • Comeragh Mountains - km
    • Waterford Crystal - km
  • The Park Hotel, Holiday Homes and Leisure Centre

    Overlooking the Colligan River, The Park Hotel is situated in the harbour town of Dungarvan with famous Waterford Greenway just around the corner. This charming town is located at the heart of County Waterford. It is an ideal base for any tourist wishing to tour or holiday in Ireland's 'Sunny South East'.

    Address: Dungarvan, Co. Waterford

    • Waterford Golf Club - km
    • Waterford Municipal Golf Course - km
  • 1.7km to City/Town Centre

    Tower Hotel Waterford

    The Tower Hotel & Leisure Centre, owned by the Neville family, is located in the heart of Waterford City. The hotel offers accommodation in 134 bedrooms as well as leisure and fitness facilities, including a gym, pool, spa and Re>Nu treatment rooms. The Tower Hotel is also Waterford's premier wedding and civil ceremony venue, offering great value all-inclusive packages. In addition, the hotel is the largest conference venue in Waterford.

    Address: The Mall, Waterford, Ireland X91 VXE0

    • Waterford Treasures Medieval Museum - km
    • The Viking Triangle - km
  • 2.72km to City/Town Centre

    Viking Hotel Waterford

    Viking Hotel is located 4km from Waterford City Centre and just 3km from the M9 motorway. The hotel offers a perfect base for both business and leisure guests. The Viking Hotel has ample free car parking available, and offers a super choice of meeting and conference rooms and can cater for up to 80 delegates.

    Address: Cork Road, Waterford, Ireland

    • Waterford Crystal - km
    • Waterford Golf Club - km
  • 1.85km to City/Town Centre

    Waterford Marina Hotel

    The Waterford Marina Hotel is a haven of peace and tranquility and is ideally located in the heart of Waterford City, nestled idyllically on the banks of the River Suir with Complimentary onsite Parking.The hotel is an ideal base for the family, leisure or business guest looking for Waterford Hotels. In advance of your stay why not check out our reviews of hotels in Waterford. We also have we have a broad selection of Waterford special offers and last minute deals on accommodation in Waterford to make your stay pleasant and enjoyable at this 3 Star Accommodation Waterford.

    Address: Canada Street, Waterford

    • Waterford Treasures Medieval Museum - km
    • The Viking Triangle - km

Things to See & Do


  • Lismore Castle
  • Comeragh Mountains
  • Tramore Beach
  • Holy Trinity Cathedrals
  • Port of Cork
  • Waterford Golf Club
  • Edmund Rice Heritage Centre
  • Ballymacarbry
  • Carrickbeg Urban
  • Theatre Royal
  • Bishop's Palace
  • Tramore Racecourse
  • Ballyduff
  • Pure Adventure Day Tour
  • Waterford Municipal Golf Course

Things to Do

  • The Waterford Crystal Factory tour brings you on the magical journey of crystal manufacturing. See exquisite pieces of crystal created before your very eyes, take in the heady atmosphere of the blowing room with its mix of heat, noise and bustling activity. The skilled craftsmen are meticulous as you watch them transform glowing balls of molten crystal into elegant shapes.

  • Waterford Treasures: Three Museums in the Viking Triangle found in the heart of Waterford. These award winning treasures comprise of the massive stone fortress Reginald’s Tower, housing Waterford’s Viking Treasures; the Medieval Museum showcasing spectacular Treasures from the Middle Ages and the elegant 1743 Bishop’s Palace, the home of the Treasures of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.

  • Copper Coast Geopark Visitor Centre: Begin your discovery of Waterford’s unique coastline at the Copper Coast Global Geopark Visitor Centre. The Copper Coast is internationally recognised for its unique geological heritage and naturally stunning geological formations of the coastline with its undisturbed and raw beauty. The Geological and Mining Heritage Exhibition and its range of trails is suitable for all ages and abilities. 

  • The Waterford Greenway is a spectacular 46km off-road cycling and walking trail along an old railway line between Waterford and Dungarvan. You can run, walk or cycle along the route that provides stunning landscapes, eleven bridges, three tall viaducts and a 400m long tunnel with wonderful views of the Comeragh Mountains and Dungarvan Bay.

  • St Declan’s Monastery in Ardmore is one of Ireland’s earliest monastic sites and Ireland’s only coastal monastery still in existence. This monastery was built on a striking setting high on a hill over-looking the Irish Sea and contains a wide range of archaeological features. These include the impressive 12th century round-tower, an early stone orator and a ruined 12th century cathedral. 

  • Lismore Castle Gardens is one of the highlights of The Waterford Garden Trail, which includes fifteen gardens around Co Waterford. Lismore Castle itself is a private residence but visitors are invited to wander the historic gardens, arranged over seven acres within the 17th century outer defensive walls of the Castle.  The gardens also offer spectacular views of both the castle and the surrounding countryside of the Blackwater valley. They feature a wide variety of plants and trees as well as a permanent sculpture collection. 

  • Waterford & Suir Valley Railway: This family friendly railway runs mostly along the picturesque banks of the River Suir offering panoramic views of the river itself, Mount Congreve Gardens and the surrounding rolling farmland. This narrow gauge railway follows over 6km of the route of the abandoned Waterford-Dungarvan line. This area is rich in history and is only accessible by train. The train station, a restored mark 2 railway carriage, is located just outside the village of Kilmeaden. 

  • Curraghmore Estate has belonged to the family of Lord and Lady Waterford since the 12th century and is the largest private demesne in Ireland. It comprises 2,500 acres of lavish gardens, woodlands and grazing fields. Curraghmore is 14km northwest of Waterford town, off the R680 near the pretty village of Portlaw.

  • Dotted along County Waterford’s spectacular coastline are towns and villages, each to be found with their own unique charms – Dunmore East is a charming fishing village with first class restaurants specialising in the ‘catch of the day’; Tramore has a spectacular beach, fun park and Splashworld, an indoor water extravaganza for families to enjoy.  Towns found in West Waterford include Lismore, Cappoquin and Ballymacarbry in the Nire Valley, forming a natural playground for Equestrian, Walking, Angling, Water Sports and Cycling holidays.