Ferrycarrig Hotel

Address: Ferrycarrig Bridge, Ferrycarrig, Wexford, County Wexford, Province of Leinster, \N, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Ferrycarrig Hotel

    Excellent hotel, highly receommended


    We stayed at this hotel with our 17 month old baby and we could not have faulted anything to do with the facilities or service. There is a specific room dedicated to parents with babies and they supply a fridge/kettle/microwave for making bottles etc. The staff were excellent and could not have been more accomodating or pleasant. We felt totally at ease with our (sometimes noisy) baby which is contrary to what has happened in other hotels in Ireland. Our balcony door was fitted with a safety gate and travel cot/bedding/blankets were all provided.

    Breakfast was excellent and plentiful and we ate in the restaurant on two occasions which was very good. We also made use of the leisure facilities which were spotlessly clean and modern.

    I would highly recommend this hotel espcaially to those travelling with babies or young families.

    The best experience we've ever had!


    My fiance and I stayed at the Ferrycarrig the night of our engagement. The staff was excellent! The staff was extremely helpful and the room was excellent! We stayed in room 418 and we couldn't have dreamt of a nicer place! We plan on spending our 5th year anniversary at the Ferrycarig!



    we have stayed here year after year-staff friendly, helpfu. Food excellent. Massage treatments worth the trip alone. Views across the estuary from all the rooms. Would highly recommend the Ferrycarrig

    It's changed.


    I stayed recently at Ferrycarrig. I had been there a number of times about 5 years ago, the staff were nicer then. I always remember the night guy, unusualy he was an 'older' englishman. He had the chat and the charm to make you feel as if the hotel was just for you. Nothing was too much trouble for him. Now,,,,,,,,the management have no link to the client. It's OK , but I liked it better then.


    Loved every second of our stay!


    I don't know what our friend from Tullamore is talking about - stayed there with my wife 3 weeks ago and we had a fabulous time! Rooms, views, staff, food all were superb - will go back.... soon!

    Overpriced, Overrated


    Stayed during the summer of 2004. Was extremely disappointed with the service and food. Rooms were very nice, as was the bar. However, dinner was exteremly expensive and luke-warm. Staff seem to have a superiority complex, strutting about with their noses in the air. Will not go back!

    Very nice


    Lovely views. Friendly staff. Delicious breakfast. Nice evening meal.

    Loved the ferrycarrig


    Lovely Hotel Great views of the Slaney River. Some rooms have balconies overlooking the river its well worth paying a little extra for one of these, our room was spotless and had sliding doors to a good sized balcony, the pefect place to relax. We ate in the Boathouse Bistro and the Bar, the food was very good in both places All the staff were very friendly, lively and fun. They really left you with a smile on your face. We will be back.

    A lovely retreat!


    I stayed in the Ferrycarrig in February '03 for only one night unfortunatley. We went on a Friday afternoon and only had time to stay for one night but will definitely be returning here. We had dinner in the restaurant that night and I would say we spent nearly 3 hours sitting over dinner and enjoying every part of it without feeling any rush on us to leave and make room for anyone else. The staff were outstanding and the food to die for!! We love good food, and I definitely had the best fish I have ever tasted there. We had a few drinks in the bar after and then retired to our room. We put out the breakfast room service order and that was just lovely and beautifully presented. The extra touches wiht the robes supplied makes a lovley difference. The room had a balcony out of it with furniture on it and although the weather wasnt that nice, we still managed to go out there and have our coffee. Anyone thinking of trying this hotel should without a doubt in their mind and we will definitley be going back and next time, we will be organised enough to stay longer!! I certainly loved it.

    Feel in love with the place


    I have not actually stayed in the Ferrycarrig but have used it's facilities on many occasions. The staff are the friendliest hotel staff I have ever encountered be it here or abroad and I was so impressed by their courtesy and friendliness, that I actually wrote to the management of the hotel to air my views, something I wouldn't normally do. As I said at the time, people are quick enough to complain when something is wrong, but slow enough to give praise where it is due.

    Don't take my word for it !, Try it yourself, as lots of my friends have and they have been just as impressed with the staff and the hotel.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Ferrycarrig Hotel

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Ferrycarrig

    Some Irish Craic

    A travel blog entry by tredders on Sep 06, 2015

    1 comment, 35 photos

    ... coast for a Pup night, we picked up a bloke called Ritchie and his guitar, he gave us a quick trip around his village before taking us to his local pub which was tiny and very very old. What a fun time, he was singing all different songs and we were all drinking and a glass of cider or beer here means a pint..it didn't take long for the party to get rowdy.. We had a lot of laughs. We got back to the hotel and had a late dinner which was pretty damn fine too.. All in all a good ...

    Waterford - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 05, 2014

    5 photos

    ... it was getting close to lunchtime and I think I'm over climbing towers now (Damn you Clifford!) so the need for food won out. After lunch I returned to my accommodation to collect my car and head for Kilkenny Castle. I had noticed signs for it on the way to Waterford yesterday but felt I didn't have the time to drop in. It was a really cool castle. Firstly, HUGE!!! Not that size matters of course. The tour guides were really cool. As ...

    Episode 10

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jul 10, 2014

    71 photos

    ... Wet stone, it’s raining, dry stone, it’s not raining, white stone, it’s snowing, stone swinging, it’s windy, stone missing, tornado:

    After a great deal of trouble we eventually found an ancient court tomb L wanted to see but it turned out to be quite disappointing so she says we won’t be looking for any more. It dates back to possibly 4000BC but was used as recently as 400BC. Since the last archaeological dig it has been left ...

    Good Friday - As I Survey the Wondrous Cross

    A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g on Apr 18, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... wonderful. An amazingly beautiful environment with a softly spoken priest reading John's Gospel. His message spoke of Pilate's need for money and power which lead him to give in to the demands of the Pharisees even though he seemed to know who Jesus was 'The King of the Jews'. Compare this to Jesus revolutionary power - the power of generosity, grace and love - even in this moment of great suffering. The ...

    Sparkly delights

    A travel blog entry by tina.hayden on Jul 22, 2013

    165 photos

    The day started out with our Rottweiler visitors coming to our window to say good morning. I think it may have been the smell of the bacon that I had cooked earlier that lured them in. After they had their pets through the window Dave went off to shower while Brittany and I finished getting ready for the day. All of a sudden our front door pops open and in run the Rotties, happy as can be. The handle on the door is a lever one, Riggo knows how ...