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Rosslare Road (N25), Tagoat, Wexford
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Rated 9.7 by GoIreland customers (24 ratings)
Archways has been voted Irelands Best Bed and Breakfast and served Irelands Best B&B Breakfast in the recent Georgina Campbell awards 2013. It is a modern Bed and Breakfast in Rosslare, County Wexford, Ireland. Much more than just a B&B it’s your “home from home”, set in 1 ½ acres of landscaped gardens encompassing an oasis of peace and calm in the beautiful Wexford countryside. We are only 4 miles (6 Kms) from Rosslare Ferryport and Strand and just 10 minutes from Wexford Town. Relax in the contemporary accommodation and let us exceed your expectations for quality and service. The ambience at Archways is chic, warm and friendly and the finer touches make all the difference to your stay. We specialise in providing the finest food available from our homemade bread, sausages and puddings for breakfast to the best available fish, meat and vegetables perfectly cooked for a memorable dinner. We offer early breakfast so that you can make that early morning ferry and will prepare a quality packed lunch to enhance your onward journey. Your hosts, Eileen and Chris Hadlington look forward to welcoming you to share our home.
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Archways B&B is only 5 miles from Rosslare Harbour and just 1 mile from the village of Tagoat. It’s a distinctive white bungalow with 7 arches on the N25.
On approach from Wexford town, the B&B is a mile outside the village of Killinick, on the left hand side.
We are only 5 minutes from the beach at Rosslare Strand and 10 minutes from Wexford Town.
Archways bed and breakfast was built in 1980. The Accommodation is made up of 6 modern rooms with a chic open plan dining and sitting room featuring a large open fire, satellite TV and a grand piano if you fancy a sing song. We have tried to create a contemporary relaxed boutique style space for you to enjoy an overnight stay on your way to or from the ferry or a two or three day golf, fishing or touring holiday here in Irelands sunniest county and that’s official. We offer some great home cooked gourmet food and always a warm welcome. On those balmy summer evenings you can sit out “Underneath the Arches” or stroll through the gardens and enjoy the clean fresh air. We have lots of private parking and welcome motorcyclists as we offer secure garage parking for those valuable machines (Chris has a couple of his own and would talk motorbikes all night)
We specialise in Home Cooked food and offer evening meals from a full three course dinner to simply Home Made soup and Sandwiches.
You are welcome to bring your own drinks as we do not have a licence and understand the high cost of drinking in Ireland and the risks of drinking and driving.
Our home is however Non Smoking but you can smoke in the garden.
All of the rooms are En suite, some with bath and shower or a wet room.
They all feature Comfortable beds and fresh white linen, flat screen TV with DVD and CD player, Fresh Brew Coffee and Tea making facilities (with homemade cookies), IPod doc, Clock Radio Alarm and free Wi Fi.
All the rooms are on the ground floor with easy access and lots of natural light.
We have a DVD library and loads of books for your pleasure
Since this part of Ireland, enjoys more sunshine than any other region, it’s no surprise that it’s widely known as the sunny southeast. County Wexford is dotted with seaside villages and safe, sandy blue flag beaches. Enjoy a day out with the family as you dip your toes into the Irish Sea and watch the kids build sand castles. The more adventurous can enjoy a wide selection of water sports on offer.
At Kilmore Quay you can charter a fishing boat and the fishing is some of the best in Europe with more than 30 species available to catch.
Hop on board the Dumbrody Famine Ship where an interactive exhibition re-enacts life on the ship as it makes it way from New Ross to the US and Canada over 150 years ago. Experience life on board and explore the recreated decks of the ship. Definitely worthwhile and not to be missed.
There are so many activities to get stuck into while in County Wexford the list is endless. From golfing at St Helen’s Bay Golf Club and Wexford Golf Club to experiencing the countryside on horse back as well as touring the Irish Heritage Park and Wildfowl Reserve, you area sure to have a wonderful and memorable time in County Wexford. Don’t forget to ask your hosts at Archways B&B for any assistance you might need with your itinerary.
Jens from Ballydehob
Stayed 02-2013Solo traveller
This place happened to be one of the best I have ever visited -it& is more than just a B&B , it is like being at home!
Jim from Port Coquitlam
Stayed 09-2012Mature couple
We absolutely loved this B&B!! If we ever have the opportunity to be in that area again, it's a MUST! Everything - the hosts / food and lodgings were beyond fabulous!
Anonymous from Utrecht
Stayed 08-2012A few friends
good quality in beds and food. And hospitality.
Chris is an International chef of many years standing so is proud to offer a range of home cooked food. Unusually for a Bed & Breakfast we offer a three course evening meal, a single course or simply home made soup and a sandwich. For breakfast we offer a range of dishes including Chris's home made sausages, black and white pudding as well as locally smoked salmon with scrambled eggs, smoked haddock and kippers, home cooked ham and mature Cheddar cheese, all locally sourced. Oh and Eileen makes the brown soda bread.
You are welcome to bring your own drinks as we do not have a licence and understand the high cost of drinking in Ireland and the risks of drinking and driving. Our home is however Non Smoking but you can smoke in the garden.
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