Hotel Near Ferns Castle
Wexford is a major highlight of Ireland’s Ancient East and the county is full of attractions that are relevant to Irish history and culture. When you stay at Treacys Hotel in Enniscorthy, you are staying in the perfect location where you can explore everything that Wexford has to offer including a range of different castles including Ferns Castle. Book your stay at Treacys Hotel in Enniscorthy direct on our website where you will find the best rates and offers. During your stay, you will get to relax and unwind comfortable and spacious accommodation in the popular town of Enniscorthy while you will also have a great choice of dining options to choose from such as Temple Bar, The Restaurant and our Thai Restaurant ‘Chang Thai’. Book your stay today and plan your trip to Ireland’s Ancient East.
Ferns Castle is located in the historic town of Ferns which is a 10 minute drive from Enniscorthy making it a nearby attraction when you stay at Treacys Hotel in Enniscorthy. Ferns Castle is an Anglo-Norman fortress in north County Wexford. Ferns Castle was built in the 13th century by William Marshal who was the First Earl of Pembroke. Only half of the castle now remains but a modern visitor centre is located on the site and features information about the historical site as well as the well-known Ferns Tapestry. The Ferns Tapestry depicts the history of Ferns in stitch work from the arrival of Saint Aidan in 598AD to the coming of the Normans in 1169, the Ferns Tapestry remains a valuable historical artefact today.
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‘Very Helpful Staff. Great Restaurant. Fabulous Location’
“The hotel was just lovely and I'd stay there again. The staff were very helpful and hospitable and it's just a short stroll from the station.”
‘Great Stay as Always’“The room was lovely and quiet with a nice big bathroom. The staff where very friendly and very helpful. Great location to explore the town. I have been coming to Treacy's Hotel for years and would definitely recommend them if visiting Enniscorthy.”