The Farmers Kitchen Hotel

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The Farmers Kitchen Hotel

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Ideally located near the bustling city centre of Wexford, enjoy a nice relaxing Irish getaway. Not only does this place have fantastic accommodation, but it also has a great Gastro lounge and bar. The rooms all have impeccable amenities with complimentary toiletries and comfortable beds. With an excellent complimentary breakfast served each morning, the food served here is always fresh and locally sourced. Serving some incredible meals, the restaurant has an array of options available for all. Immerse yourself in the sophisticated elegance of the place and have a memorable culinary experience. Locals love eating here as much as visitors do! And they cater for all allergies and dietary requirements too. You could just head to the bar if you are just looking to sit back with a drink. The wine menu is extensive and there is a great list of spirits available too. A function room is also available for private hire.

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Contact Us

Rosslare Road , Drinagh North,
Drinagh, Co. Wexford , Y35 FX46

+353 (0)53 9145816

[email protected]




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