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Accommadation Nearby

Here are a few of the hotels not too far from the Park, should you wish to stay the night in Wexford.

Ferrycarrig Hotel

At Ferrycarrig Hotel you can enjoy one of the most inspiring views in Ireland.
Located just 3km from vibrant Wexford Town Ferrycarrig offers the ideal base to explore all the South East has to offer.

Whitford Hotel

A family run hotel whose passion for hospitality and doing the little things well creates  a truly memorable customer experience that brings guest back year after year

Talbot Hotel

Ideally located overlooking the River Slaney in the heart of Wexford town just two minutes’ walk from the town centre.

Maldron Hotel

Maldron Hotel Wexford boasts large, spacious, newly refurbished bedrooms with a modern and warm design.

Whites Hotel

Located in the heart of town, a mere five-minute stroll from train and bus links

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Other Attractions Nearby

Here are a few other fantastic attractions in Ireland’s Ancient East just waiting for you to explore.

Hook Lighthouse

Explore the oldest operational lighthouse in the world. Voted one of Ireland’s favourite attractions, Hook Lighthouse in Wexford is truly one of a kind.

Loftus Hall

Loftus Hall stands alone and austere on the bleak landscape, This Backdrop adds to its eery story.

Enniscorthy Castle

Enniscorthy Castle, in the heart of Enniscorthy town, was originally built in the 13th century, and has been ‘home’ to Norman knights, English armies, Irish rebels and prisoners, and local merchant families.

Dunbrody Famine Ship

Stepping back in time, you will make your way towards the Quay in New Ross circa 1849.

Wells House

This Daniel Robertson designed house boasts a history of over 300 years built in the late 1600s and remodelled in the 1830s by Robertson.

Johnstown Castle

Johnstown Castle was built by the Esmonde family who came to Co Wexford in 1169. It was then acquired by the Grogan family who developed the castle, grounds, lakes and estate that we have today.

Hook Lighthouse

Explore the oldest operational lighthouse in the world. Voted one of Ireland’s favourite attractions, Hook Lighthouse in Wexford is truly one of a kind.

Loftus Hall

Loftus Hall stands alone and austere on the bleak landscape, This Backdrop adds to its eery story.

Enniscorthy Castle

Enniscorthy Castle, in the heart of Enniscorthy town, was originally built in the 13th century, and has been ‘home’ to Norman knights, English armies, Irish rebels and prisoners, and local merchant families.

Dunbrody Famine Ship

Stepping back in time, you will make your way towards the Quay in New Ross circa 1849.

Wells House

This Daniel Robertson designed house boasts a history of over 300 years built in the late 1600s and remodelled in the 1830s by Robertson.

Johnstown Castle

Johnstown Castle was built by the Esmonde family who came to Co Wexford in 1169. It was then acquired by the Grogan family who developed the castle, grounds, lakes and estate that we have today.

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Other Attractions Nearby

Here are a few other fantastic attractions in Ireland’s Ancient East just waiting for you to explore.