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Top 6 Family Friendly Hotels in Wexford

The sunny southeast has long been a favourite playground for families of all ages.

With more sunshine than anywhere else in the country, beautiful sandy beaches, and excellent hotels, a family holiday in Wexford ticks all the boxes.

Here are some of our favourite family friendly hotels in Wexford:

1. Amber Springs Hotel, Gorey

No list of family-friendly hotels in Wexford would be complete without the Amber Springs in Gorey. It offers more facilities for children than virtually any other hotel in the area, with a great pool, playground, mini golf, go-karting, football, and even a train—the Amber Express. The Kids’ Club (open for five to 12-year-olds in school holidays) features a soft play area for littler ones and a wide range of outdoor and indoor activities, including arts & crafts, treasure hunts, and a weekly talent show. All of the hotel’s 30 family rooms are roomy and contain a double bed, two single beds, and the option of a travel cot or camp bed. Interconnecting rooms are available too.

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2. Kelly’s Hotel, Rosslare

Like the Amber Springs, Kelly’s Hotel is a perennial favourite among families. It is ideally situated, overlooking the wonderful beach at Rosslare and offers excellent family facilities. The Pirates Club is open from 9.30am to 9pm for children aged four and older, and younger children can be looked after in the playroom for a small fee. Dining options are a real winner at Kelly’s. Children can eat at 5.30pm under parental supervision, so they don’t have to wait until 7.30pm. You can also have your children minded during dinner if you and your partner would like to eat in peace. Babysitting is also available.

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3. Treacys Hotel, Enniscorthy

Treacys Hotel offers a friendly welcome to all families. Family rooms are spacious, with plenty of room for two adults and two children. You will have full access to the Waterfront Leisure Centre, featuring a 20m swimming pool and a kids’ pool equipped with toys. The Mini Ts Kids’ Club opens from 9am to 1pm and 6pm to 8pm Monday to Friday during school holidays. Characters include Alice in Wonderland and both Minnie and Mickey Mouse, and children can enjoy arts, baking, swimming, and plenty of activities to tire them out. Treacys also offer a family movie night.

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4. Clayton Whites Hotel, Wexford

Situated in the heart of Wexford Town, the 4 star Clayton Whites Hotel is perfectly located for a wonderful breakaway with one of the South East’s premier spas. With beautiful harbor views, this hotel would be an ideal spot for a little family break. Enjoy some gorgeous treatments, relax in the wonderful Tranquillity Spa and enjoy some first class food.

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5. The Ferrycarrig, Wexford

 

The Ferrycarrig has a great location on the waterside within easy reach of Wexford town and just minutes’ walk from the Irish National Heritage Park. Facilities include a great playground, a 20m pool, a hot tub, a leisure centre, and a barbecue for those famously sunny Wexford evenings. The Crazy Clubbers Club will keep your kids busy during school holidays. A wide-ranging programme includes a mini Olympics and fun with Giggles the clown. Adults can reconnect in peace over dinner as the children are kept entertained.

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6. Whitford House Hotel, Wexford

Whitford House Hotel is widely regarded as one of Ireland’s top family hotels. Onsite facilities for families include a wonderful playground and a lawn area ideal for all sorts of games. The leisure centre has a pool area specifically designed for children. The hotel is also ideally located within easy reach of a whole range of family-friendly attractions, such as Curracloe Beach, Johnstown Castle, and the Irish National Heritage Park.

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Which other hotel would you add to our family friendly list? Be sure to let us know in the comments!


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