A historic 18th Century Country Manor, Churchtown House is a haven of tranquillity, set on 8 acres of farmland, close to Rosslare Ferry Port and Wexford Town.
Built in 1703, Churchtown House was associated with some of Wexford's most powerful families involved in the 1798 insurrection; notably the Herron Family whose son John Herron was exiled and later became one of Napoleon's favourite generals.
Churchtown House has been restored to its former glory mixing traditional elegance with country house charm, while its 8 acres of mature parkland and farmland provide a haven of peace and tranquillity. Large elegant reception rooms are hung with Irish paintings and furnished with period items, roaring fireplaces and cosy stove fires. While individually appointed bedrooms, free from cluttered items, give the impression that hotel residents are simply house guests during their stay.
Dinner at Churchtown House celebrates good country food cooked in a traditional style, and is matched with a personal selection of fine wines.
Churchtown House is an ideal base from which to explore the historic county of Wexford with an abundance of forts, castles, abbeys and sights of interest. While golf, blue flag beaches, bird watching, fishing and horse riding can all be enjoyed nearby.