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My family of 5 stayed in the beautiful and spacious 3 bedroom lodges which are a 5 min walk to the castle. The Lodges are just like a house with all the modern conveniences including full kitchen and washer/dryer. Luxurious deep bath in the master suite! After checking in we enjoyed a lovely afternoon ...
I stayed here for two nights. I noticed that the room was dusty and the bed was not made properly on the second day. Apart from that, the hotel is lovely and the staff are excellent, efficient and friendly. Also, room service is very reasonably priced. Carmel
Positives: Good location, modern hotel. We were assigned a disabled room so the bathroom wasn't great but it was clean. The beds were comfy. Reasonably quiet. Negatives: car park too small and no discounted parking nearby
Large and comfortable bedroom room. Excellent breakfast with lots of choice fruit etc. Staff welcoming and friendly. Feather-down duvet was much too heavy for our taste but was replaced with a lighter one - this was greatly appreciated. Boiler had aproblem so no hot water on our first day - owner ...
Good accommodation, nothing super special but good, comfortable and convenient to town & market square. Quick, easy check in and welcome from Amy, who knew the city and with a map directed us to two particular addresses we requested. This is part of the Flynn Hotel chain, but an older establishment, ...
Lovely hotel only ten minute walk to city centre. Big room with king size bed and bathroom with rainfall shower. Staff extremely welcoming and friendly. Bar and restaurant were very good. Only drawback limited onsite parking but there are secure car parks nearby. Would definitely stay again.
Waterford is a city in the south-east of Ireland, located on the banks of the River Suir. It is popular with visitors since it manages to combine many of the aspects that give this particular corner of Ireland enduring drawing power. The city is genuinely rich in history, being the oldest settlement in the whole of Ireland, having been established by Viking interlopers in 853.
This history isn’t merely an interesting fact on paper, it’s apparent in the very fabric of the city, in particular in the buildings and layout of the oldest part of the city, the Viking Triangle, an area close to Parade Quay on the banks of the river. Stay in a hotel close to this part of the city, particularly any of those positioned along the length of the river, and you’ll be within walking distance of medieval buildings and a trio of first class museums.
The number of people visiting Waterford every year has given rise to a thriving hotel scene, and the range of accommodation on offer is such that finding a family-friendly hotel is a relatively simple matter. It doesn’t matter whether you want a country house hotel on the edge of the city with easy access to the surrounding countryside or a small bed and breakfast or guesthouse right in the centre, on the doorstep of the kind of museums, galleries parks and activity centres that kids love, you’ll be able to find a room that’s exactly right.
The centre of Waterford is packed with parks and other public spaces ideally suited to letting kids run off a little steam. The Waterford Nature Park is a 50 acre oasis of natural calm to the south of the city centre by following the waters of John’s River away from the Suir. The park combines nature trails, play equipment, integrated wetlands and wildflower meadows that are designed to encourage the presence of various forms of wildlife.
In the centre of Waterford you’ll find the People’s Park, which offers not only a chance to escape from the bustle of the city, but also a skate park and an artistic water feature.
Although the centre of Waterford is packed with attractions, the coast is only an hour’s drive away. There are 49 beaches scattered along this stretch of coast and resorts such as Tramore, which is only six miles south of Waterford, offer all the fun of a traditional seaside destination with unspoiled nature that is becoming increasingly hard to find.
The beach at Tramore is three miles long and when the kids tire of playing in Ireland’s highest sand dunes they can take advantage of amenities such as the surfing clubs offering board hire and lessons, or Sea Paddling, which provides guided kayak tours of the waters around the coast. If the weather lets you down, don’t worry, because indoor facilities in Tramore include the Run Amuck play centre, the Pottery Place, where visitors get to paint their own unique piece of crafted pottery, and Splashworld’s heated indoor fun pool.