Hotels in Wexford, Ireland

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Hotels in Wexford, Ireland

Wexford enjoys 200 km of coastline, there are breathtaking beaches, resorts and pretty little harbours all along the way. Well known to fishermen, the rivers Slaney and Barrow are teeming with assorted fish and make for great fishing the whole year round. Bird watchers will be intrigued by the Wexford wild geese on the Wexford slobs. The ferry port of Rosslare services both the UK and mainland Europe. Visit Wexford town which was founded by the Vikings and developed by the Normans. It's characterised by lots of narrow little streets and a long quayside. It also hosts the well known Opera Festival and is rapidly becoming a very cosmopolitan town.





Quality Hotel & Leisure Centre

Wexford


Quality Hotel Wexford invites you to stay at one of their well appointed 108 luxury guest rooms, dedicated executive suites for the corporate traveller or spacious family rooms. Offering great low rates for accommodation in Wexford you will enjoy an unbeatable service for a hotel in Wexford. The hotel boasts 108 luxury guestrooms, dedicated Executive Suites for the Corporate traveller and spacious Family Rooms.

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Churchtown House

Wexford


Churchtown House is a uniquely converted Georgian guesthouse dating back to the 17th century. It is personally run by Patricia and Austin Cody. This stunning venue is perfect for guests seeking peace and tranquillity in the scenic Irish countryside. You can enjoy super beaches, long country walks, local restaurants, evening entertainment and a choice of golf courses.




Talbot Hotel

Wexford


The recently accredited RAC 4 Star Talbot Hotel in the heart of Wexford Town dates back to 1905. The Talbot is situated on the waters edge where guests can savour and enjoy the superb maritime views. The new look Talbot Hotel is now one of the largest hotels in the South East. With an enviable reputation for a warm, friendly service delivered by professionals, it's time you experienced it for yourself. Spend just one night, and you'll discover when people keep returning to the Talbot Hotel.

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Cedar Lodge Hotel

Wexford


Cedar Lodge is a charming Grade A Three Star Deluxe Country Hotel and Restaurant, situated in a tranquil setting beneath the slopes of historic Carrigbyrne Forest.It is the perfect place to escape the stress of the modern world. Fine wine, food and furnishings are matched by a warm and impeccable service.




Clarion Brandon House

Wexford


Located on the outskirts of New Ross Town, Clarion Brandon House Hotel & Leisure Centre is a deluxe 3 star hotel set in landscaped gardens on an elevated site over looking the River Barrow.

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Hotel Rosslare

Wexford


Experience a Wexford Welcome at Hotel Rosslare. Situated overlooking Rosslare harbour and Europort we are ideally located to break your journey before or after a ferry crossing. Or why not stay a little longer and experience the delights that the sunny south east has to offer.

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Marlfield House Hotel

Wexford


Marlfield is a luxurious four star hotel which was formerly the residence of the Earls of Courtown. It is set in 36 acres of woodland which is ideal for romantic strolls or just some relaxation. Located on the Gorey Courtown Road, it is about 80km south of Dublin and is surrounded by championship golf courses and sandy beaches, a tennis court is on the grounds and there is some fishing and shooting available in the area. It provides an ideal setting for touring the beauty spot of Wicklow and the South East of Ireland.

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Rosslare Great Southern Hotel

Wexford


Ideally located overlooking Rosslare Harbour. Refurbished in 1994-the ideal base to explore the sunny southeast. Redesigned exterior and remodelled lounge/reception area. A new nautical look to our Mariners Restaurant. 99 comfortable bedrooms en suite with direct dial telephones, hairdryer, radio, colour TV, tea/coffee making facilities. Leisure facilities include an indoor heated pool, sauna, steam room, tennis and gymnasium.

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