Centrally located in the bustling town of Wexford. Within easy access of airports, ferry ports and adjacent to the train station – ideal for touring the south east.
The comfortable, light and modern bedrooms are all air conditioned and have broadband via extranet link, plasma screen TV, direct dial telephone, in-room safe, mini bar, iron/ board & hair dryer.
Set overlooking the courtyard where there is outside dining during the summer, the hotel restaurant is large and filled with dark beech furniture. Serving modern European cuisine aspires to be one of the finest dining experiences in Wexford.
A 6 storey glass and stone building facing the town on one side and with views out over the sea on the other.
Informal dining is available throughout the day in the Atruim lobby.
Hotel is close to golf, shopping and ideal for exploring the breath taking sandy beaches for which the area is renowned. Underground parking available. (RT 07/08)
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150 kms to the nearest airport (dublin airport)
1 km to the nearest station (wexford train station)
Our room was very spacious and clean with a beautiful view. The food in the hotel is beautiful and reasonably price. There is a wide varied to choose from and this caters for all. Both the young and old. The staff are very professional and friendly. I would definitely stay in this hotel again.
We enjoyed our stay in the Clayton White Hotel with the location being perfect with easy access to Wexford town. Room was excellent, the staff very pleasant and helpful. The food was good with excellent service. The price of drinks was too high with an overcharge on beers and lagers. The biggest drawback was the charge to residents of €4 per night for car parking. This is a totally unknown in hotels on the west coast of Ireland and is a big drawback to staying in the Clayton group hotels.
4 out of 5
Very enjoyable stay. Food was lovely, but breakfast on Sunday ...