All our rooms are en-suite with TVs and tea & coffee making facilities. In the morning, we offer you a full Irish breakfast (and plenty of it!) or something lighter to suit your taste.

There are plenty of restaurants and pubs nearby. We are just minutes away from the bus and railway station and there is also a taxi office just around the corner. All the rooms have a marvellous view of Vinegar Hill, where the Irish rebellion of 1798 came to an end in a huge battle.

Enniscorthy is an excellent place to visit, with all the historical charm that it has to offer, combined with the modern, such as a 3-screen cinema, swimming pool, night-clubs, beautiful golf course, museum and interpretative centre, bicycle hire.

The town lies an hour and a half from Dublin and only 40 minutes from the Rosslare Ferry.

Should you wish to find out anything else about the town or what’s on around here, we will be only too glad to reply to your questions.


Review by Travel Writer Matt Gross.

Bed-and-breakfasts dot the Irish countryside and cost little (30 euros a night and up), but quality can vary. Don’t expect much more than a reasonably clean room, usually with en suite bath, in someone’s house. The Old Bridge Bed and Breakfast (Slaney Place, Enniscorthy; 353-53-923-4222; in County Wexford was one great exception, a well-situated building crammed with fascinating historic bric-a-brac, including an antique wall map of Ireland that I tried desperately not to study.