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1.53km to City/Town Centre
The Brandon House hotel and Solas Croí Eco Spa is conveniently situated on the N25 in historical New Ross, nestled between Wexford and Waterford. With easy access to some of the best beaches Ireland has to offer, and a wide selection of child friendly activities, this four star old country house is ideal for anything from short breaks, to long leisurely rests. It is a true haven for the weary traveller, pampering the spirit and providing enjoyment for all the family
Address: Chambersland, New Ross, Co. Wexford
- Curracloe Beach - km
- Waterford Treasures Medieval Museum - km
1.14km to City/Town Centre
The Clayton Whites Hotel is renowned as one of the best 4 star hotels in Ireland and perfectly located in the heart of Wexford Town. With luxurious accommodation and a warm and friendly welcome, it truly is a home away from home.
Address: Clayton Whites Hotel Abbey Street, Wexford, Ireland
- Wexford Opera House - km
- Curracloe Beach - km
2.32km to City/Town Centre
Overlooking the stunning Slaney River Estuary, the Ferrycarrig Hotel is 5 km from Wexford and offers 102 rooms with scenic river views.The award winning Reeds Restaurant was named Best Hotel Restaurant in Wexford 2016, 2017 and listed in the top 5 restaurants in Leinster by the Restaurant Association of Ireland. Reeds is a stunning river-front restaurant located at Ferrycarrig Hotel. The award-winning Dry Docks Bar has an extensive bar food menu, an outdoor deck area and live entertainment on weekends.The Active Health & Fitness Club includes a hot tub, steam room and sauna. There is a modern gym and a range of treatments is available at Riverwood Wellness.
Address: Ferrycarrig, Co. Wexford
- Wexford Racecourse - km
- Glengary Links - km
2.26km to City/Town Centre
Maldron Wexford is ideally located just minutes' drive from Wexford town with the Rosslare Ferry Terminal only a 15 minute drive. We offer the very best in family-friendly facilities and services. During your stay here with us you can relax and enjoy our 20mtr pool, steam room, Jacuzzi, sauna, fully equipped gym and 2 treatment rooms. Our Body & Soul Salon have a full range of treatments on offer using Dermalogica Products.For the kids we have an outdoor playground & a hole mini golf course + full use of our Leisure Club which has a separate kid's pool. During Midterm breaks & Summer Holidays we have full supervised kid's camp's activities.Every Saturday night, soak up a traditional Irish Atmosphere with LIVE MUSIC from 10pm in our Glenville Bar & Lounge. Bar Food is served daily from 12-9.00pm
Address: Ballindinas, Barntown, Wexford
- Wexford Racecourse - km
- Glengary Links - km
0.34km to City/Town Centre
Nestled along the scenic banks of the River Slaney, the Riverside Park Hotel and Leisure Club is an ideal base for touring the treasures of the sunny South East of Ireland. The hotel is ideally located 30 minutes from Rosslare Ferry Port and only 90 minutes from Dublin. Enniscorthy is services by both Train and Bus Services.
Address: The Promenade, Enniscorthy, Y21 T2F4Co. Wexford
- Slade Castle - km
- Wexford Arts Centre - km
5.76km to City/Town Centre
Welcome to Seafield Hotel & Spa Resort. Located less than an hour drive from Dublin, Seafield is a luxury retreat away from the stresses of everyday life and perfectly located for exploring the many attractions of the South East.Nestled in the midst of 160 acres of wooded parklands with private riverside walk to the white sands of Ballymoney Beach and the dramatic backdrop of Tara Hill, Seafield is the perfect location to relax and unwind.Get pampered and lose yourself in our exquisite Oceo Spa or enjoy a round of golf on our championship 18 hole golf course before sampling the gourmet culinary delights our restaurant has to offer.
Address: Ballymoney, Gorey, Co. Wexford, Ireland
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- Ballinoulart Beach - km
1.63km to City/Town Centre
Welcome to the Talbot Hotel WexfordThe 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.
Address: On the Quay, Wexford, Ireland
- Wexford Opera House - km
- Wexford Golf Club - km
Things to See & Do
- Hook Head Lighthouse & Heritage Centre
- Loftus Hall
- Tintern Abbey
- Port of Cork
- Wexford Golf Club
- Wexford Opera House
- Wexford Racecourse
- Glengary Links
- Curracloe Beach
- The Galley, River Cruises
- Slade Castle
- Wexford Arts Centre
- Ballinoulart Beach
- Waterford Treasures Medieval Museum
- Ballymoney Golf Club
Hook Head Lighthouse & Heritage Centre
Things to Do
Hook Head Lighthouse is Ireland’s oldest intact operational lighthouse in the world. Enjoy a guided tour and take in the spectacular view with miles of sea rolling out before you. Finish off your time here with a trip to the gift shop, art workshop, exhibits and café.
Loftus Hall is an abandoned house also found on the Hook Peninsula and is said by locals to have been haunted by the devil and the ghost of a young woman. It claims to be the most haunted house in Ireland. Tours can be booked for Loftus Hall including special Halloween Night Tours that aim to get you well and truly spooked!
The Irish National Heritage Park is found on the banks of the picturesque River Slaney and is a great place to start your adventure in ‘Ireland’s Ancient East’. This outdoor museum brings you through an authentic recreation of 9000 years of Irish History, from man’s first settlements up to the arrival of the Normans in the 12th century. Throughout the 35 acres of woodlands and trails you will experience ancient homesteads, places of ritual, burial modes and plenty of other historical insights. Let yourself be tempted in the Restaurant where the friendly staff serve up traditional meals and light bites to suit all tastes. Roam around the host of crafts and gifts in the beautiful Craft shop and treat yourself or a loved one to something unique.
Dunbrody Famine Ship is an exact replica of the original famine ship built in Quebec in 1845. Visitors can board the Dunbrody and go back in time to see what the passengers and crew endured during their forty five day voyage to their new lives across the Atlantic Ocean. The cargo hold also houses an exhibition describing the endurance, struggle and triumph over hardship of the 19th Century emigrants. Thousands of Irish people boarded this impressive ship to escape the desperation of the Great Famine in the hopes of a better life.
Wexford Opera Festival is one of the world’s leading opera festivals held annually in the Autumn time. It is now an 18-day extravaganza that presents rarely performed works and long forgotten masterpieces with such a high quality that delights audiences from home and abroad. It is held in Ireland’s first custom built opera house.
Johnstown Castle Estate & Gardens is located 7 km south-west of Wexford town and is a 19th century gothic mansion. It is also home to the Irish Agricultural Museum and Famine Exhibition. The walled gardens and hothouses alone cover 4 acres and their early design has been retained. There are extensive pathways throughout the grounds that meander through woodland garden and around the lakes. A wide variety of trees and shrubs can be found as one wanders through the estate and glimpses of the castle can often be seen shimmering in the lake just to add to the peaceful atmosphere that permeates throughout these pleasurable grounds.
Tintern Abbey, located on the Hook peninsula, this lovely site is named after Tintern in Wales and was founded by the Earl of Pembroke circa 1200. The remains that can be seen today consist of the nave, chancel, tower, chapel and cloister. Tours lasting 45 minutes can be taken of the property.
Wells House and Gardens is a great Victorian House and Gardens situated in the heart of Wexford and located 7 km outside of Kilmuckridge. There is something in this estate for all ages to enjoy including a host of attractions and activities. Discover hidden treasures in the woodland walks; stroll around the beautifully restored formal gardens; have an adventure in the playground; experience Victorian life in the great house through the eyes of the residents or try your hand at Archery and of course don’t forget to replenish at Mrs Stones Tea Rooms for morning coffee, light lunch and afternoon tea for a special treat.
Duncannon Fort is part of the story of Ireland’s Ancient East. This sixteenth century fort would have been an important and impressive coastal bastion in its time, perched on the side of the picturesque Hook Peninsula. Take a guided tour from one of the knowledgeable guides and listen to 450 years of intriguing stories while taking in the views from this amazing vantage point.
John F Kennedy Park & Arboretum near New Ross, is dedicated to the memory of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 35th president of the United States of America. Take your time in this tranquil arboretum to ramble through the 622 acres of this well-established garden and woodland which includes exhibitions, guided tours, lake, café and a seasonal miniature railway. Over 4,500 different trees and shrubs can be found, some of which are very rare. Plenty of wildlife can be seen on the lake and there are spectacular viewing points on nearby Slieve Coillte.