CHURCHTOWN HOUSE GUESTHOUSE
A very special place to stay
Churchtown House is a large and spacious 18th Century historic Country Guesthouse situated in unspoilt countryside in Ireland’s “sunny south east” just 4.5km from Rosslare Harbour Europort served by Stena Line and Irish Ferries, 15km from the historic town of Wexford, under 2 hour’s drive from central Dublin, 2.5 hour’s drive from Cork and less than an hour’s drive from Waterford – home of the world famous Waterford Glass. Set in over 8 acres of mature parkland the house provides accommodation comfortably for up to 30 guests. Built Circa 1703, the house was associated with some of Wexford’s most powerful families, most notably the Herron Family whose son John Herron was exiled and later became one of Napoleon’s favourite generals.
Charming and comfortable
Churchtown House has been restored to it’s former glory mixing traditional elegance with country house charm. Large elegant reception rooms, roaring fires and quiet reading rooms add to the atmosphere and this combined with walks in the 8 acres of parkland make Churchtown house a haven of peace and tranquillity. All of the individual, spacious bedrooms have en suite facilities and are equipped with TV’s, tea/coffee making equipment and hair dryers giving hotel guests every comfort during their stay.
Beautiful and historic surroundings
Churchtown House is an ideal base from which to explore the historic towns of Wexford, Enniscorthy, Waterford and New Ross with many forts, castles, abbeys and sights of interest. Never far from the Atlantic Ocean to the south and the Irish Sea to the east there are great walks, a selection of excellent golf courses, blue flag beaches, bird watching, fishing and horse riding leaving something for everyone to enjoy. There’s an abundance of excellent restaurants in the area as well as great traditional Irish pubs. Further afield the bustling cities of Dublin, Cork and Galway are within easy reach. Don’t forget in late October each year is the World renowned Wexford Opera Festival.