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Ferrycarrig Hotel

  • swimming pool
  • children welcome
  • credit card accepted
  • disabled facilities
  • parking available
  • wine licence
  • tv in bedroom

Contact Information

Ferrycarrig Hotel
Griffin Hotel Group
Ferrycarrig, Wexford,
Co.Wexford

Telephone: +353 (0)53-9120999
Email: info@ferrycarrighotel.com
Web: ferrycarrighotel.ie

Ferrycarrig is an area just on the edge of Wexford Town, on the estuary of the Slaney River, of great natural beauty and wildlife, where some years ago Liam Griffin recognised th...

Ferrycarrig Hotel
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How to get there

How to get there: 4 kms north of Wexford Town. On N4.

Good to know

Number of rooms: 102
Double Room: From €209 Suites From €300
Single Room: From €209
Dinner: Yes - Reed Restaurant plus Barfood
Open: All year
Credit Cards: Yes

About The Hotel

Ferrycarrig is an area just on the edge of Wexford Town, on the estuary of the Slaney River, of great natural beauty and wildlife, where some years ago Liam Griffin recognised the potential and developed an old hotel into the superb 4 Star hotel of today. On my first visit some years ago, before the major renovations, I made a crack about the quirky lift and, with considerable panache and humour, Liam Griffin invited me down to open their new all singing and dancing lift! I have had great times in the Ferrycarrig Hotel for it is an all round dynamo of a Hotel that appeals to all ages. The location is fabulous, set down low right on the waters edge, serene and calming, bullrushes and lapping water, native river birds providing a gentle wake up call, and all of its 102 sleek bedrooms have fabulous views out over the Slaney estuary – you couldn’t buy better anywhere in the world. Food too is cracking – casual or formal. A steakhouse menu is served all day in the Dry Dock Bar and you can eat out on deck by the river – the Texan Steak Sandwich and Warm Hazlenut Chocolate Fondant are to die for. For the formal dining experience there is the beautiful creamy and subtle Reed Restaurant – you could almost imagine the steamboat gliding by. The food is really innovative and Reed’s is really popular with non-residents and residents alike. They are very serious about sourcing local produce naming all the artisan producers, such as: “Tom Cleary’s rocket, Turkish Figs, Walnut and Quail’s egg with Balsamic and orange dressing” - South East Asian Seafood Bouillabaisse – red mullet, calamari, prawn, haddock with Kim Chee in a shellfish broth, Wild Boar ham, Kilmore monkfish, Roast Wild Mallard….. Do book your table in advance!!!

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