Plan A Dog-Friendly Visit to County Wexford

 

Plan a dog-friendly getaway in Wexford this year

Contemplating a trip with your furry friend and wondering where to stay, eat and play in County Wexford with your pet?

 

You’re not alone – more and more pet parents are hitting the road to Wexford with their dog. Every pet owner can vouch that pets are family, and with the stunning beaches, hiking and walking trails County Wexford has to offer, it is the perfect place to treat your dog to a pet-friendly holiday.

 

This week’s #TravelTuesdayTip: We advise that all pet parents plan well in advance of their stay in the Sunny South East with their dog. Book ahead and ensure that your canine companion can accompany you to your destination.

 

Here is a list of dog-friendly hotels, houses and holiday homes that Wexford has to offer. While there is a wide array of dog-friendly accommodation in the county, our main piece of advice is to book early.

 

STAY

Rosslare

  • Ballysheen House 
  • Clifford House B&B 
  • Moyglare Lodge 
  • Old Orchard Lodge B&B
  • Coral Gables Guesthouse
  • Glendale Chestnut Grove 

South Wexford

  • Glendower House 
  • Kilmokea Country Manor & Gardens 
  • The Conifers
  • Hookless Holiday Homes 
  • Seashells B&B
  • The Avenue Farmhouse

Enniscorthy & Surrounds

  • Berrylane 
  • Rathnure Cottage 

Wexford Town

  • Wexford Townhouse
  • The Blue Door Bed & Breakfast

Gorey & Surrounds

  • Marlfield House Hotel 
  • Railway Country House 
  • Riverfield B&B 
  • The Ould Town 
  • Glenbeg Point

 

 

Marlfield House Hotel

 

 

There’s no doubt they’ll have a paww-rfect stay!

Among this lengthy list, County Wexford has many more self-catering and camping options!

For posh pooches, Marlfield House Hotel is an exceptional stay in North Wexford which allows dogs to stay for a fee of €15 per night. From the many trails and beaches that surround the area, there’s no doubt that Marlfield House Hotel is the perfect spot for you and your pooch, along with many of the other locations listed.

 

 

 

EAT

North Wexford

  • The Duck Café at Marlfield House Hotel
  • The Greenhouse Café
  • Wexford Lavender Farm Café
  • Wells House & Gardens Restaurant

South Wexford

  • Wild and Native Wine & Seafood Bar
  • Our Lady’s Island Community Coffee Shop
  • The Local at Dunbrody House

Enniscorthy & Wexford Town

  • The Wilds Lifestyle Shop & Café
  • Impresso Café 
  • Johnstown Castle & Gardens Café
  • The Centenary Stores

Kilmore

  • Kehoe’s Pub & Parlour
  • Mary Barry’s Restaurant

 

The Wilds Cafe Enniscorthy

 

 

Furthermore, County Wexford has many more restaurants, bars and cafés that might tickle your fancy!

Once your pooch is well-behaved, they’re welcomed to outdoor areas of restaurants, pubs and cafés that are dog-friendly. Wexford opens its arms to all four-legged friends. They can even treat themselves to a puppaccino in many coffee shops while you enjoy a cappuccino!

 

 

 

 

 

PLAY

North Wexford

  • Wexford Lavender Farm
  • Well’s House & Gardens
  • Kia Ora Mini Farm

South Wexford

  • Colclough Walled Gardens
  • Kilmokea Country Manor & Gardens

Wexford Town

  • Johnstown Castle & Gardens
  • Irish National Heritage Park
  • Min Ryan Park & Playground

Beaches & Trails

  • Dogs are allowed on all beaches & trails. Please remember to keep them on a leash and clean up after your pet!
  • Mount Leinster
  • Vinegar Hill

 

Check out the many other fun things you can see and do in County Wexford!

 

It can’t be denied that Wexford is the ideal break away for yourself and your furry friend this year. To conclude this #TravelTuesday post, plan a stress-free and enjoyable stay away in County Wexford with VisitWexford.ie without worrying if your dog has access to a cosy spot on your getaway. Make it a trip of a lifetime for your four-legged friend! 

 

Always notify a hotel or a restaurant in advance to avoid disappointment.

Please also note that most places require visiting dogs to be kept on a lead at all times.