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Located in New Ross and with Dunbrody Famine Ship reachable within 1640 feet, Kennedy Boutique Hotel provides a restaurant, nonsmoking rooms, free WiFi and a bar. The hotel features family rooms. All of the staff at the hotel were so friendly and helpful, the service was excellent, and so was the food.
Beaufort House B&B is located in New Ross, County Wexford. There is free parking and free WiFi access is available in all areas. Warm and friendly welcome, fabulous large and comfortable room, spotlessly clean, delicious breakfast. Conveniently located for access to Waterford, Wexford, Ennicorthy and Rosslare.
Located in New Ross, 1.1 mi from Dunbrody Famine Ship, Glendower House is bed and breakfast, offering accommodations with a garden and free private parking. Michael was a most gracious host. Common room was comfortable with tables, chairs and a fireplace. Rooms are beautifully decorated, breakfast was exactly what we wanted. Easy access to major roads, and walking distance to grocery store. We walked to town.
Located just north of the town of New Ross, B&B The Ferry House offers free on-site parking to all guests. John was absolutely fantastic, so kind and charming. He's also a pretty funny guy. He spent the morning helping us with tips and tricks for our Irish road trip. Thanks John - we will be back.
Set in 8.7 mi from New Ross and 12 mi from Enniscorthy, The Crossroads B&B provides accommodations with free WiFi and a garden. A continental breakfast is served each morning at the property. Liz the host was wonderfully and so helpful. The accomodation is beautiful and only 10 minutes from new ross.
Offering a restaurant and a fitness center, that is complemented with a tennis court, Kilmokea Garden Suite is located in New Ross, 8.7 mi from Dunbrody Famine Ship. Our stay in Kilmokea Garden Suite was amazing, from start to finish. When we arrived down we were met by Julie, a very friendly staff member who showed us all around the house and grounds before bringing us up to our suite. We chose the self-catering garden suite as we have two small kids and wanted to have our own space to be able to cook our own meals and give our kids space to run around. We brought a few extras ie, an iron, hairdryer, cleaning products, kids' books, etc but we did not need them as the suite was so well equipped. I especially loved the two bookcases full of kids' books, grown-up books, DVDs, puzzles, etc. It was such a lovely touch. Mark, the owner was so kind, he brought extra DVDs for all of us and was a great help in recommending places to eat and visit. One of the first things we did was explore the gardens and fairy trail, the kids were so excited. There was so much to see, the gardens look incredible and the kids especially loved seeing the peacocks. The location is beautiful, a little gem in Wexford with so many things to do. Check out Hook Peninsula attraction spots. One of the highlights for us staying at Kilmokea as the heated indoor pool! As Ireland's weather can be so unpredictable we had a few mornings when it was raining but we were able to go to the pool, especially when you have kids and don't want them couped up. They loved it. We got the pool to ourselves for an hour a day, it was fantastic. We would have no hesitation in going back again! It was the perfect little staycation.
We visit Family in New Ross. I am not sure it’s a town that you would want to vacation in although it’s not a bad base to get around to other places if you’re driving. I don’t think there’s enough to see in New Ross for an entire holiday. You could probably see what it has to offer in a day!
The rooms were very nice but had an issue with staying cool. Normally you wouldn't need A/C but went during a heatwave and couldn't get comfortable. The windows barely open and they don't have any fans to provide any relief. Wasn't much for breakfast, no hot food. Dinner was very good. Great location and convenient parking.
Nice town and easy to get around .People in town friendly and very helpful.Nice relaxed atmosphere in the town.The shops are nice and well laid out with good stock for a town its size.Business People are making a good effort to attract customers. We all need each other now and hopefully locals as we as visitors will spend a bit extra this year in the local economy and stay off the online shopping for a while.Loyalty is hugely important now.New Ross has the goods and just needs the necessary support all round
A quaint little town with lots of history. Enough to see to keep you busy in town and the surrounds. Definitely worth the visit. Walking around is easy to moderate. Some parts are quite hilly. Loved the Dunbrody Experience
not much to do in the way of evening entertainment during the day lots of historic interesting venues to see really beautiful spot.The attention to detail in the famine ship and the Ross tapestry along with the excellent cafes to eat really a shame it is not carried on into the evening.Lovely place to spend a day or two.
I loved the area and there are many things to do - I went to the Kennedy Homestead, Th Famine Boat Exhibition, and, further afield, the Hook Lighthouse. I spent time in Wexford at the Opera Festival, which was the main purpose of my visit. Near to there is the wonderful Johnstown Agricltural Museum and the beautiful Curracloe Beach. Waterford and Kilkenny Castle are on the list for my next visit!
The house is new,very comfortable, with an amazing view. It felt like a 5 stars hotel. The room is really spacious with a big double bed and a spacious en-suite bathroom. The host is very welcoming and accommodating, made me feel like home. Would definitely recommend to all my friends travelling to New Ross for the purpose of business or leisure, hiking . The only thing is , you need a car to travel to the center of New Ross.
This accommodation was excellent for an overnight stay when attending a conference. Friendly, informal and comfortable. A straight run into New Ross takes a few minutes, eventhough the house is in a lovely quiet spot off a busy road. Breakfast was perfect. The accommodation is extremely good value
The breakfast was excellent, healthy options and full breakfast options varied and above average. The location was easy to access via the direct motorway from Dublin Airport and is also close to the main town of New Ross.
Lovely welcome, comfortable stay. Better than most hotels I have stayed in. Breakfast looked lovely but I didn't have anytime in the morning to have any, next time! I did have superb coffee though.
A lovely, quirky and spacious B&B. Phil was a fantastic host- friendly, welcoming and she personally drove me to a nearby hotel for a wedding I was attending. Highly recommend.
Great location in the city center of New Ross. Walking distance to many restaurants and pubs. Our hostess, Bridget, was lovely. Breakfast was outstanding.
The bed was so comfortable, my pregnancy massage with Jane was amazing and the food in the hotel was faultless
All of the staff at the hotel were so friendly and helpful, the service was excellent, and so was the food.
Great laid back atmosphere and charming family run business.