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Travelodge Waterford - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Travelodge Waterford

Cork Road N25, Waterford - Map
"Good overnight hotel"
This is a clean, well priced but fairly basic hotel - well suited for overnight stays on the road.
Traveller from Waiheke, NZ
Dooleys Hotel Waterford City - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Dooleys Hotel Waterford City

The Quay, Waterford - Map
"great hotel"
really pleased i chose this hotel it was opposite the bus station as i was going to tramore for the racing and just 5min walk to the train station plenty of pubs near by and the town centre also just round the corner exellent location and next time i vist waterford i will be staying there again
Traveller from manchester
Dooleys Hotel Waterford City - renowned tradition in Irish hospitality - ensuring a warm welcome with very comfortable guest …More
Waterford Marina Hotel - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Waterford Marina Hotel

Canada Street, Waterford - Map
"Good hotel close to Waterford Sights etc"
Easy to find, close to the major tourist sites in Waterford and 10 minute walk to Waterford Crystal experience; great staff and room, secure car parking
Traveller from Pomona QLD australia
Fitzwilton Hotel - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Fitzwilton Hotel

Bridge Street, Waterford - Map
"Exceeded our expectations."
Very large rooms for a family of 4. Great cooked breakfast with a large selection of cooked and continental food. Great location. Definite value for money. Nice bar as well. Friendly and informative staff. We would definitely come back.
A Traveller
This contemporary riverside property boasts a sleek interior featuring modern art and overlooks the Dominican Friary, two …More
Waterford Castle - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Waterford Castle

The Island, Waterford - Map
"Idyllic castle with first class amenities"
Our stay at Waterford was outstanding - the location and grounds of the castle are beyond comparison, and the rooms are luxurious and incredibly comfortable. We arrived at Waterford after getting married in Kilkenny, and we couldn't have chosen a better place to stay. The journey there by way of the ferry that runs every 10min was part of the adventure that added to the idyllic setting of the castle, making it feel like you are living far away, back in time in a Jane Austin novel. The level of service was superb, the staff were all so friendly and helpful, and willing to go out of their way to give the best possible experience. We originally booked the lowest priced room available, but upon arrival, seeing that we had just been married, they gave us a free room upgrade. The suite we stayed in was incredible, the decor set in the period of Jane Austin made it feel like a dream, and the bed was more comfortable than home. The restaurant was excellent for dinner, and the breakfast that was included with the booking was amazing. They have a separate sitting area/bar for afternoon tea, drinks and snacks and booking an afternoon tea in advance is definitely recommended. One night was not nearly enough, so we will definitely be back. Perfect place to stay for newly weds or for a romantic getaway or anniversary, or anyone wanting to feel like they live in a fairy tale.
Traveller from British Columbia, Canada
Tower Hotel & Leisure Centre - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Tower Hotel & Leisure Centre

The Mall, Waterford - Map
"Excellent location but tired hotel"
Firstly the location is excellent and the staff could not have been better. I had a very friendly lady at the reception desk. I only stayed one night but the rooms are looking a bit tired and need some freshning up. It is a standard 3* hotel in Ireland. The bed was big and comfortable but a new coat of paint would work wonders for the room. Breakfast was excellent so much choice and very tasty. Overall I would stay again when I factor in the value for money and location.
Traveller from Zurich
Faithlegg House Hotel Golf and Country Club - Faithlegg Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Faithlegg House Hotel Golf and Country Club

Faithlegg, Faithlegg - Map
"Outstanding on Golf Course"
In the countryside with excellent amenities and staff.
Traveller from Agua Dulce, CA
Lawlors Hotel - Dungarvan Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Lawlors Hotel

Bridge Street, Dungarvan - Map
"Excellent feel in a smaller town "
We had a great stay with live music and a comfortable breakfast
A Traveller
Treacy's Hotel Waterford Spa & Leisure Centre - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Treacy's Hotel Waterford Spa & Leisure Centre

1 Merchants Quay, Waterford - Map
Walking distance to downtown, pubs, museums, etc.
A Traveller
Samuel's Heritage Bed & Breakfast - Waterford Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Samuel's Heritage Bed & Breakfast

Ballymaclode, Halfway House, Dunmore Rd, Waterford - Map
"Beautiful view"
Nice quiet B&B in a country setting just minutes from Waterford. Gorgeous view overlooking city.
Traveller from alabama, usa

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    Pocket Guide: Waterford

    Located along the south coast of Ireland, Waterford City is the oldest city on the island having been founded in 914 by the Vikings. This Viking influence is still felt throughout the city to this day, with the Viking Triangle being one of the most popular areas in the city, for visitors and locals alike. The Viking Triangle is the cultural and heritage quarter of the city, introducing you to the magic of this old city. Characterised by narrow, cobbled streets, the Viking Triangle is home to galleries, museums, cathedrals, churches and the city walls.

    The Viking Triangle is also one of the most popular areas in the city to enjoy food and drink, something that Waterford is enjoying a growing reputation for. If you want to enjoy the very best of local produce in Waterford, be sure to visit Bodéga and McLeary's, both a short walk from the Viking Triangle.

    Hungry for Heritage

    While the Viking Triangle introduces you to the culture and heritage of the city, a trip to the House of Waterford Crystal will introduce you to their most famous export - crystal. Enjoy a tour of the factory and watch as the team of master craftsmen shape and produce magical pieces of Waterford Crystal before your very eyes. For lovers of arts and crafts this factory is a must see. Witness everything from the mould room and blowing department to the sculpting and engraving area.

    Relive the medieval days of yester year in Waterford by visiting one of the many castles located in the county. Two castles that are a must see are Waterford Castle and Lismore Castle, both equally impressive in their own way.

    The Sea Breeze

    It's not just great food, history and lots of culture that makes Waterford one of Ireland's most popular holiday destinations, it's the long stretch of golden beaches and popular seaside towns that have visitors from all over Ireland, and further afield flocking here every year. Towns like Tramore, Dunmore and Dungarvan are all home to some of the finest blue flag beaches in Ireland. Whether it's a day at the seaside with the family, or a weekend surfing break that you‘re after, Waterford's beaches will certainly keep you entertained hour after hour.

    Another popular part of Waterford City is the port area, which is one of the most popular cruise ship areas in Ireland. Waterford has a strong maritime tradition and the city Marina is located at the port in the heart of the city, providing easy access to many popular shops, cafes, restaurants and bars in the city centre. With regular festivals throughout the year, the Port of Waterford is a popular destination for many visitors to the city.

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