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Waterford Castle Hotel
About Waterford Castle Hotel
Waterford Castle, located two miles from Waterford City is uniquely situated on its own private 310 acre island on the River Suir, surrounded by woodlands and an 18-hole championship golf course. Waterford Castle offers castle accommodation in Ireland of a superb standard and is currently the only Deluxe Hotel in the South East of Ireland. The castle's 19 bedrooms are bright and airy with stunning views of the surrounding estate, the guests live here rather than simply stay here.
The tasteful detail of the interior reflects the old world charm of a 15th Century Castle. The guestrooms and suites are particularly spacious and well appointed with stunning views of the surrounding estate and golf course.
All private and public rooms have been individually decorated and the elegance of the original features has been preserved within the castle. Beautiful antique furniture, original oak paneling, ornate original plaster ceilings and an Elizabethan Stone fireplace complement the castle.
Dining at Waterford Castle provides an opportunity to sample the best of traditional and contemporary cuisine. The Munster Dining Room with its original oak paneled walls and ornate ceilings sets the tone for a wonderful evening.
The restaurant's seasonal menus place emphasis on both Irish specialties as well as the finest international cuisine. Also an enjoyable feature of the restaurant is our resident pianist who plays nightly (peak season) during dinner.
- All rates are per person sharing, breakfast included
- Rates for Suites available upon request
Thank you for your email, Overall the Tour was very good, especially the choice of places to stay. The mix was very appropriate and their location was excellent.
The hospitality at the Hotel in Waterford The two B&Bs and the Manor in Connemara was worth an extra star !
The Hotel in Dubiln was excellent except for the parking, where the hotel gave us
two overnight vouchers but we had to pay for daytime parking to the tune of
27 Euros. If we had been told in advance that daytime parking was to our own
account it would have been no problem.
We can however say that it was a very enjoyable trip the pros far outweighed
the cons !! and the weather was mostly fine.
When we make another trip to Ireland I shall certainly contact yourself and we will recommend Irish Tourism to friends who are thinking of taking a driving holiday in Ireland.
With best wishes
Mark Tozr, Devon, England