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  1. Clayton Whites Hotel

    Clayton Whites Hotel

    Wexford, 0.3 km to City centre

    Very good – 82 / 100 (1532 reviews)

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  2. Maldron Hotel Wexford

    Maldron Hotel Wexford

    Wexford, 3.6 km to City centre

    Good – 79 / 100 (1542 reviews)

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  3. Talbot Hotel Wexford

    Talbot Hotel Wexford

    Wexford, 0.4 km to City centre

    Good – 79 / 100 (666 reviews)

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  4. Ferrycarrig Hotel

    Ferrycarrig Hotel

    Wexford, 3.5 km to City centre

    Very good – 84 / 100 (1806 reviews)

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  5. Killiane Castle Country House & Farm

    Killiane Castle Country House & Farm

    B&B
    ‎Top rated

    This is the top rated 5-star hotel in Wexford

    Wexford, 5.3 km to City centre

    Excellent – 91 / 100 (567 reviews)

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  6. Whitford House Hotel

    Whitford House Hotel

    Wexford, 3.2 km to City centre

    Excellent – 89 / 100 (821 reviews)

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  7. Farmer's Kitchen Hotel

    Farmer's Kitchen Hotel

    Wexford, 3.5 km to City centre

    Very good – 83 / 100 (570 reviews)

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  8. Riverbank House

    Riverbank House

    ‎Top rated

    This is the top rated 3-star hotel in Wexford

    Wexford, 0.7 km to City centre

    Excellent – 87 / 100 (710 reviews)

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  9. Faythe Guesthouse

    Faythe Guesthouse

    B&B

    Wexford, 0.7 km to City centre

    Excellent – 88 / 100 (424 reviews)

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  10. Saint John's

    Saint John's

    B&B

    Wexford, 0.4 km to City centre

    Very good – 81 / 100 (89 reviews)

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    Jim McGee's

    B&B

    Wexford, 0.4 km to City centre

    Very good – 84 / 100 (525 reviews)

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    Bugler Doyles

    B&B

    Wexford, 0.4 km to City centre

    Good – 78 / 100 (108 reviews)

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      The Foggy Dew

      B&B

      Wexford, 0.4 km to City centre

      Good – 76 / 100 (256 reviews)

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    • Dooley's

      Dooley's

      B&B

      Wexford, 0.6 km to City centre

      Good – 79 / 100 (239 reviews)

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    • Ferrycarrig Lodge

      Ferrycarrig Lodge

      B&B

      Wexford, 4.1 km to City centre

      Excellent – 86 / 100 (251 reviews)

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    • Rosemount House

      Rosemount House

      B&B

      Wexford, 1.1 km to City centre

      Very good – 84 / 100 (174 reviews)

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      Granville House And Gardens

      B&B

      Wexford, 2.9 km to City centre

      Very good – 84 / 100 (66 reviews)

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    • Glenhill

      Glenhill

      B&B

      Wexford, 5.8 km to City centre

      Excellent – 85 / 100 (106 reviews)

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      Rathaspeck Manor

      B&B

      Wexford, 4.5 km to City centre

      Excellent – 90 / 100 (123 reviews)

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    • Abrae House

      Abrae House

      B&B

      Wexford, 13.2 km to City centre

      Very good – 84 / 100 (48 reviews)

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    • Maple Lodge

      Maple Lodge

      B&B
      ‎Top rated

      This is the top rated 4-star hotel in Wexford

      Wexford, 4.4 km to City centre

      Excellent – 91 / 100 (96 reviews)

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    • Killurin Lodge

      Killurin Lodge

      B&B

      Wexford, 9.4 km to City centre

      Excellent – 89 / 100 (173 reviews)

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      Robin Hill

      B&B

      Wexford, 7.6 km to City centre

      Excellent – 88 / 100 (85 reviews)

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      • Rockville Bed and Breakfast

        Rockville Bed and Breakfast

        B&B

        Wexford, 1.5 km to City centre

        Excellent – 88 / 100 (138 reviews)

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        The Wexford Arms

        B&B

        Wexford, 0.5 km to City centre

        71 / 100 (83 reviews)

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      Hotels in Wexford

      Wexford: Where a Tumultuous Past Became a Prosperous Present


      A town in Southeast Ireland, Wexford was home to a 10th-century Viking settlement, and characterised by numerous invasions that devastated the area. Although Wexford went through an economic depression in the mid-20th-century, it has returned to impressive form and is commonly visited by tourists that sightsee in the area and stay in the town’s hotels. Some arrive by ferry from France and Wales, since the Rosslare Port is a popular departure and arrival point for people who are visiting the area. Wexford is a waterfront destination that offers appealing things to do for people of all ages and interests.



      Take Part in Horse-Related Activities


      Wexford is an exciting place for travellers to participate in horse-related activities. You might decide to spend an evening at Wexford Racecourse, a facility that hosts National Hunt races and competitions on the flat. Events happen from March through November, but this attraction is especially popular during the summer months, when races are held every Friday. While at the racecourse, you can take advantage of free parking. Also, if you get hungry, visit the on-site dining options. Whether you just want to grab a snack from one of the concession stands or sit down for a meal, both those options exist. People who'd rather take a more hands-on approach to equestrian activities will find many opportunities to go horse riding. It's common for participants to leave their hotels and go on horseback excursions that last from several hours to several days. Whether you want to ride your horse across a beach or get lessons from a skilled professional rider, there are plenty of ways to enjoy equestrian activities in Wexford.



      Go to a Fun Festival


      People often specifically plan to visit Wexford during the months of October and November each year because they want to attend events that are part of a themed gathering called the Wexford Festival Opera. This festival is one of the best in the world devoted to operatic music, so even if you aren’t accustomed to the genre yet, the events within this festival might serve as an excellent introduction. From its establishment over six decades ago, this themed gathering has highlighted certain works that were not well known before being chosen by festival organisers. If your tastes are a little more eclectic, there’s another fall festival known as the Wexford Fringe Festival From comedy performances to cabarets and even puppet shows, this event offers hundreds of things to do across a timespan of just over two weeks. Because these festivals occur around the same time and collectively welcome thousands of attendees from Ireland and beyond, research hotels in advance and choose one early to avoid disappointment.



      Shop for Interesting Offerings


      The main street in town is an excellent starting point if you’re looking for intriguing things to buy. From jewellery to woven shawls, plus wares geared towards tourists such as magnets, tee-shirts and key chains, you have plenty of options. Wexford is also known for its agriculture production, and in particular, cheese and strawberries. If you visit during a time when strawberries are in season, it’s common to see street vendors selling containers of the freshly ripened, sweet red fruits. If you’d prefer a larger retail destination, try the Gorey Shopping Centre. In addition to being visited by tourists who are browsing for souvenirs to bring back to their hotels, this destination is frequented by locals shopping for everyday products. That’s because you’ll find the largest Dunnes Stores location in the Southeast at this point of interest, and many people depend on it for clothing, food and other essentials. Since there are both national and international retailers at the shopping centre, it’s easy to find must-have items to buy.



      Learn About Regional and National History


      If you’re fascinated by history, head to the Irish National Heritage Centre. Located in Ferrycarrig, this Wexford destination details more than about 9,000 years of historical events through interactive and engaging exhibits. Whether you’re most interested in the prehistoric era, are fascinated by Ireland’s early Christians or want facts about some of Wexford’s earliest invasions, this huge themed attraction offers opportunities to learn about all those topics. See a full-scale reconstruction of an early Christian monastery, and an original defensive ditch dug by Wexford’s Norman settlers. Alternatively, some visitors who want to discover things about the area’s farming culture plan trips from their hotels to the Irish Agricultural Museum. You’ll find it on the grounds of the Johnstown Castle Estate, which feature more than 200 types of trees and shrubs. See interactive, live exhibitions of Ireland’s skilled trades, such as blacksmithing. Also, check out the largest display of country furniture in Ireland, and an exhibition about Irish farmhouse kitchens time. There’s also a section devoted to the Great Famine.

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      Points of Interest - Wexford