Riverbank House Hotel

Eating Out, Accommodation, Hotels in Wexford,Y35 AH33

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Riverbank House Hotel

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Drawn by its location and reputation, the hotel is one of the most popular wedding venues in the South East. With its specially designed menus and large yet intimate function room with commanding views over the water, The Riverbank can guarantee your special day will be a memorable one. With attractive and unique bedrooms the Riverbank can cater for your stay - be it short or long, business or pleasure.

Whatever activities interest you, it's an ideal base-enjoy nearby beaches, discover historic sites, attend the world-famous opera, go river & sea fishing or play golf on any of Wexford's famous courses.

Or if the mood takes you, you can just while away a lazy day in front of an open fire. So visit the Riverbank House Hotel, just across the bridge from Wexford Town, for a waterside welcome. Drop in for a drink or meal, or to stay - you won't want to leave.

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Contact Us

The Bridge ,
Wexford,Y35 AH33, Ireland

+353 53 9123611


[email protected]



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