1 Bedroom with 3 Beds (1 Double and 2 Single), Ideal for 2-4 guests. Private Bathroom. Have use of kitchen for tea/coffee/prepare food. House is 5 minutes off main Wexford/New Ross Road. We are 10 mins from Horetown House (Taxi can be arranged), 15 mins drive to New Ross (Dunbrody Ship), 25 mins to John F. Kennedy Park, 15 mins drive to Wexford Town, and 30 mins to Rosslare Europort. Price is €38 for 2 people per night, any extra in the room will be at the rate of €10 per person per night.
“Lorriane and her family were absolutely brilliant, we ended staying longer than anticipated and were in no hurry to leave! The accommodation was brilliant - spotless, super duper comfortable (best sleep and stay all holiday). The whole family were absolutely beautiful and so accommodating. We HIGHLY recommend this Aribnb, it was a dream stay!”
Our quiet apartment is located in a tranquil setting just outside the village of Clongeen, a small village in south Co. Wexford. It is a self-contained apartment with fully equipped kitchen and central heating. There is everything you need to make your stay comfortable, with our own house located beside the apartment for any assistance you may require. You are very welcome to use our large garden which surrounds the property, and share in our BBQ and seating area.
“We just stopped by at Marie's place for an overnighter with our kids. It was a nice and comfortable place to stay. The best bit for us was all the great kids toys outdoors which they loved.”
Nestled at the end of a pot-holed lane adjacent to Rock Lodge, this cottage is a lovely converted stone-built stable block in a peaceful rural location. Situated a few minutes from the beautiful Tintern Abbey and within 15 minutes of the lovely beaches at Duncannon, Cullenstown and Fethard. Both Wexford town and New Ross are within easy reach as are the popular tourist deitinations of Hook lighthouse, Dunbody Famine ship and the Irish National Heritage Centre.
“The cottage is in a great part of Ireland and Steph goes above and beyond for her guests. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend to stay here while exploring Wexford and Waterford. One thing worth noting; the Wi-Fi is in and out so if you're considering a night in, bring a deck of cards.”