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Featured Hotels in County Waterford

£57
Viking Hotel Waterford

Viking Hotel Waterford

3.0 out of 5.0 Cork Road, Waterford, Waterford
Our customers tell us that they enjoy the helpful staff at Viking Hotel Waterford. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Whitfield Clinic. Enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas, plus a restaurant and a bar. This 3-star hotel has 110 rooms over 3 floors. All rooms offer free WiFi and deep-soaking bathtubs.
£82
The Granville Hotel

The Granville Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0 Meagher Quay, Waterford
Our customers tell us they can't get enough of The Granville Hotel's great location. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Reginald's Tower. Features include free WiFi in public areas, plus a restaurant and a bar. This 4-star hotel has 100 rooms over 5 floors. Each room includes amenities such as free WiFi and satellite TV channels.
£73
Fitzwilton Hotel

Fitzwilton Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0 Bridge Street, Waterford, Waterford
The comfortable rooms at Fitzwilton Hotel get good marks from our customers. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Garter Lane Arts Centre. Features include free WiFi in public areas, plus 2 bars and a restaurant. Built in 2006, this 4-star hotel has 90 rooms over 5 floors. Free WiFi and plasma TVs are available in all rooms.
£127
Faithlegg Hotel

Faithlegg Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0 Faithlegg, Faithlegg, Waterford
Our customers tell us that they enjoy the free breakfast at Faithlegg Hotel. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Faithlegg Golf Club. Enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas and free self-parking, plus 3 restaurants. This 4-star hotel has 82 rooms over 2 floors. Enjoy your stay with amenities like free WiFi and a plasma TV in each room.
£57
Waterford Marina Hotel

Waterford Marina Hotel

3.0 out of 5.0 Canada Street, Waterford, Waterford
Our customers tell us that they can't get enough of the overall value at Waterford Marina Hotel. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from House of Waterford Crystal. Free WiFi in public areas, a restaurant and a bar are available. This 3-star hotel has 81 rooms over 4 floors. Enjoy your stay with amenities like free WiFi and satellite TV channels in each room.
£103
Lawlors Hotel

Lawlors Hotel

3.0 out of 5.0 Bridge Street, Dungarvan, Waterford
Our customers tell us that they enjoy the public transport around Lawlors Hotel. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Dungarvan Castle. Features include free WiFi in public areas and free self-parking, plus a restaurant. This 3-star hotel has 89 rooms. Free WiFi and TVs are available in all rooms.
£252
Cliff House Hotel

Cliff House Hotel

5.0 out of 5.0 Ardmore, Ardmore, Waterford
The free breakfast at Cliff House Hotel gets good marks from our customers. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from St. Declan's Well. Features include free WiFi in public areas and free valet parking, plus a full-service spa. Built in 1930, this 5-star hotel has 39 rooms over 3 floors. Enjoy your stay with amenities like free WiFi and a flat-screen TV in each room.
£82
Park Hotel

Park Hotel

3.0 out of 5.0 Shandon, Dungarvan, Waterford
Our customers tell us that they enjoy the free breakfast at Park Hotel. During your stay, you'll be within walking distance of Dungarvan Castle. You'll find features such as free WiFi in public areas, plus an indoor pool and a restaurant. This 3-star hotel has 86 rooms over 2 floors. All rooms offer free WiFi and plasma TVs.
£82
Greenway Manor Hotel

Greenway Manor Hotel

3.5 out of 5.0 Old Court, Killotteran, Waterford, Waterford
Our customers tell us that they enjoy the spacious rooms at Greenway Manor Hotel. During your stay, you'll be within walking distance of Whitfield Clinic. Features include free WiFi in public areas and free self-parking, plus 3 bars. This 3.5-star hotel has 20 rooms. Each room includes amenities such as a flat-screen TV and free toiletries.
£92
Beach Haven Accommodations

Beach Haven Accommodations

4.0 out of 5.0 Tivoli Terrace, Waterford Road, Tramore, County Waterford
Our customers tell us they enjoy Beach Haven Accommodations's walkable location. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Waterford and Tramore Racecourse. You'll find features such as free WiFi in public areas and free self-parking, plus breakfast (surcharge). This 4-star bed & breakfast has 12 rooms. Enjoy your stay with amenities like free WiFi and a TV in each room.
£57
Dooleys Hotel Waterford City

Dooleys Hotel Waterford City

3.0 out of 5.0 The Quay, Waterford, Waterford
Our customers tell us that they enjoy the helpful staff at Dooleys Hotel Waterford City. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Waterford Treasures Museum. You'll find features such as free WiFi in public areas, plus a restaurant and a bar. This 3-star hotel has 113 rooms. Each room includes amenities such as free WiFi and cable TV channels.
£64
Hazelbrook

Hazelbrook

3.0 out of 5.0 No. 10 The Vee, Cork Road, Waterford, Waterford (county)
During your stay at Hazelbrook, you'll be within walking distance of Waterford Crystal Factory. Free WiFi in public areas, free self-parking and a bar are available. This 3-star bed & breakfast has 6 rooms.
£54
Travelodge Waterford

Travelodge Waterford

3.0 out of 5.0 Cork Road N25, Waterford, Waterford
Our customers tell us that they enjoy the overall value at Travelodge Waterford. During your stay, you'll be within walking distance of Waterford Crystal Factory. Enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas and free self-parking, plus a restaurant. This 3-star hotel has 54 rooms. Each room includes amenities such as free WiFi and cable TV channels.
£50
Portree

Portree

2.0 out of 5.0 10 Mary Street, Waterford, Waterford
Our customers tell us that they can't get enough of the helpful staff at Portree. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Garter Lane Arts Centre. Free WiFi in public areas, free self-parking and dry cleaning service are available. Built in 1800, this 2-star guesthouse has 22 rooms over 3 floors. Enjoy your stay with amenities like free WiFi and a flat-screen TV in each room.
£147
Majestic Hotel

Majestic Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0 Lower Branch Road, Tramore
During your stay at Majestic Hotel, you're just a quick walk from Tramore Amusement & Leisure Park. Free breakfast, free WiFi in public areas and free self-parking are available. This 4-star hotel has 50 rooms over 3 floors. Free WiFi and flat-screen TVs are available in all rooms.

City Guide – Waterford

Since the Vikings landed in Waterford over eleven hundred years ago, Ireland’s oldest city has welcomed visitors with an amazing landscape and unique buildings. Sitting comfortably at the south-east corner of Ireland, it attracts visitors interested in the outdoors as well as a range of business and leisure tourists drawn to its golf courses, museum and Waterford’s famous crystalware.

Weather

With a climate similar to that of the south-west of England, Waterford experiences higher temperatures and lower rainfall during July and August than other parts of the country. Its beaches are suitable for sunbathing and water sports from late spring. However, a county doesn’t get to be this green without plenty of watering, so be prepared for some rain.

History

Founded by Vikings in 914AD and conquered by Anglo-Normans in the 12th century, it was later deemed a royal city, which attracted rich merchants, increasing its status and wealth. In spite of experiencing the travails of lawless neighbours, Waterford weathered the 14th and 15th centuries to emerge as a thriving port and as the first city in Ireland to use cannons as a permanent defence. In 1649, Cromwell attempted to take control, vowing to do it ‘by Hook or by Crook’ – the Hook Lighthouse or the western village of Crook.

Where to Stay

Waterford Harbour

For budget travellers the Waterford Marina Hotel offers three-star accommodation from £63 per room per night and is popular with both corporate guests and those grabbing a bit of leisure time, alone or with family. With Wi-Fi, secure parking, a beautiful view of the river and a good range of food, it’s an ideal base from which to explore, and the peace and quiet is invaluable for those with paperwork to finish.

City Centre

You’re never far from the river in Waterford, and in the city centre, close to the shops, bars and attractions, there are several hotels and guest houses. Dooley’s Hotel in Merchant’s Quay has a pub downstairs, a well-liked on-site restaurant and large, comfortable rooms with en-suite bathrooms. At a starting price of £55 per room, per night, this is quite a bargain.

Near the bus and train station you will find The Fitzwilton, Waterford’s newest boutique hotel. Its Met Bar is a popular place to unwind over cocktails and the Waterford Crystal factory or the beaches of Dunmore are within walking distance. Rooms are available for around £73 per night.

Attractions

The Harbour

Waterford boasts a picturesque, thriving harbour, with a view of Wexford’s famous Hook Lighthouse. The ancient walls dominate the inland scenery, with Reginald’s Tower – a 13th-century round tower – drawing the eye more than any other building.



The People’s Park

The People's Park in the city centre houses a café that was once the park-keeper’s accommodation but is now just a great place to rest your legs and grab a bite. There are play areas for children and some unique structures you’ll want to photograph, including a highly decorative bridge and a fascinating, spherical water feature.

Waterford Crystal

Since Waterford is synonymous with crystal, it would be remiss to leave without a stop at the factory, where you can take a tour, watch pieces being created and end your visit at the shop to pick up souvenirs.

Shopping

As well as seeing the sights, you’ll want to shop and experience some local entertainment. The main shopping area, by the quay, is called Merchant’s Quarter. Its two shopping centres – George’s Court and City Square - have a good mix of high street stores, such as Debenham's and River Island, and local high-end craft outlets, including Waterford Crystal and Hibernian Gifts, which sells Irish-designed jewellery and ornaments. On Saturdays, a temporary market springs up, with craft stalls and bargains.

Nightlife

Ruby’s Nightclub in John's Street in the city centre is like a magnet; no matter where you start the night, all roads lead to Ruby’s! With a relatively small dancefloor, it can fill up quickly, but the atmosphere is lively and, being in an area full of bars and nightclubs, you can always find somewhere else, such as Revolution, which has a disco and showcases live bands.

Getting There

With an airport, large train and bus stations and easy access via road from Ireland’s major cities, Dublin and Cork, Waterford presents no travel problems. While Waterford’s airport welcomes flights from the UK, visitors from the continent are more likely to arrive at Dublin, a mere two-hour drive away and well-served by car-rental companies.

There’s no shortage of reasons to time your trip carefully, with festivals including the Daytripper Music Festival in July, the Imagine Arts Festival in October and the joyous Spraoí Street Arts Festival in August.

However, one of the best things about Waterford is that there’s always something happening; whether you’re booking early to bag a bargain, or booking now because you just can’t wait, now is the time to use our search tool and set your sights on our Waterford hotels.

 

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