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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. Very lovely and kind owner! The breakfast was simply delicious!😊 we are two couples traveling, they had a cancelation so instead of a family room we got two separate rooms for the same price. Would stay again and highly recommend. The house is very beautiful aswell.
Located within less than 0.6 mi of Dunbrody Famine Ship in New Ross, Inishross House features accommodations with free WiFi and TV. The comfortable beds, lovely and clean, the fantastic breakfast (according to kids better than mine). Lovely decor as well, takes u back Abit ( which I absolutely adore). absolutely friendly and lovely staff.
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.
Located in New Ross, 2.5 miles from Dunbrody Famine Ship, Creacon Wellness Retreat provides accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking, a fitness center and a shared lounge. Loved every single thing about this relaxing weekend it was so amazing
On average, 3-star hotels in New Ross cost $0 per night, and 4-star hotels in New Ross are $134 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in New Ross can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
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!
Loved the famine ship, especially at night when it's illuminated. Nice coffee shops and restaurants/bars, especially in atrocious wet weather. Really liked the food in Kennedy's Boutique hotel bar.
Visit the Green Door pub on Mary Street, opposite the Inishross B&B where we were staying - very friendly and loved the décor. Also try the Captains's Table at the Dunbrody experience - the chowder was amazing and very filling.
Great location and breakfast! Beautiful views of the countryside. Mansions pub 200 meters away has amazing food.
Loved every single thing about this relaxing weekend it was so amazing
Great laid back atmosphere and charming family run business.
The staff, the room, How quite it was, the gardens,
Nice location Very well prepared staff