Ferrycarrig Lodge is quite literally steeped in local folklore, having been built from the locally felled pitch pine timbers of the old Wexford Bridge, which straddled the River Slaney a hundred years ago. Many of the exposed beams visible at the Lodge once formed part of the bridge.A Failte Ireland Four Star Bed and Breakfast with breathtaking views of the River Slaney, local woodland and green fields, we offer a relaxed, friendly and tranquil atmosphere that you'll never want to leave behind. We have four rooms available at Ferrycarrig Lodge, to suit your various needs. Two of our rooms feature two beds, one with a double and a single, another with two doubles. We then have a room with a double bed and finally a room with a kingsize bed. Three of our rooms offer beautiful views of the River.
Ferrycarrig Road, Park
Wexford, Ireland, Y35 A031
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Irish Agricultural Museum
With one of the most comprehensive displays of farming and rural life in the country, the Irish Agricultural Museum and Johnstown Castle Gardens make a wonderful day out
1798 Rebellion Centre
Have you heard about the flames of the Revolution in America and France? Ireland is ever so rich in history and due to many past events, particularly what happened during 1798, it is all fully engraved in the memoirs forever.
Nearby Eating Out
The Yard is ideally located in the heart of Wexford town and just a stone throw from the best shopping, bars and clubs in the town.
Irish Restaurant using local artisan producers serving Irish Cuisine. Proud of its modern Irishness, this place run by talented young chef Warren Gillen takes the produce of local farmers