If you’re in search of a unique Airbnb Wexford has plenty!
From history to heritage, Wexford has something to thrill and surprise every visitor (see our guide to the best things to do in Wexford to discover more).
There’s also an endless number of beaches in Wexford (see our Wexford beaches guide) to ramble along.
In the guide below, you’ll discover some of the best Airbnbs that Wexford has to offer, from beachside huts to luxury escapes. So, dive on in!
The best Airbnbs in Wexford
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1. The Hideout Romantic Getaway
If you’re dreaming of sleeping somewhere totally cool with amazing views, this treehouse in Wexford is sure to be an unforgettable stay.
The elevated cabin is comfortably furnished with a sofa, table and chairs, wood burner and there’s a BBQ shack and bathroom pod with outdoor shower.
Accessed by a rope bridge, this Wexford Airbnb is totally private and delivers breathtaking rural views from the deck and main window.
There’s a kitchenette and mezzanine loft accessed up a ladder with a double bed and skylight. Book a night or see more here.
2. Celtic Cottage (our favourite Airbnb Wexford has to offer)
This purpose-built Celtic Cottage cabin offers comfortable indoor/outdoor living and includes a deck with bubbling hot tub to soak aching muscles after a busy day exploring.
The stable door leads into the well-furnished cottage complete with double bed, dining table, modern shower room and kitchenette with oven, hob, microwave, fridge and mini freezer.
There’s even a minibar with optics (additional cost) so put your feet up on the sofa and enjoy one of the most unusual Airbnb Wexford has to offer.
It’s a great place to stay a few nights in an amazing location just outside Gorey. Book a night or see more here.
3. Badger’s Hill Low Impact Chalet
Blending in with its natural surroundings, this wood-panelled chalet on a smallholding was made from upcycled materials and has rich oak floors.
It sleeps 5 on a futon sofa, double bed and a double mattress in the mezzanine loft. There’s a separate kitchen cabin with Belfast sink, fridge, hob, wood stove, sofa and a breakfast table for dining with a view.
Guests have a compost toilet on the deck and a shower in the main house 30m away. Surrounded by meadows and an apple orchard it has lovely walks right outside the front door. Book a night or see more here.
4. The Creamery
Possibly the most upscale Airbnb Wexford has to offer, this stone-built 2 bedroom cottage has been beautifully restored and furnished to the highest standards of comfort and practicality.
Upstairs you’ll sleep well in the spacious bedroom with king-size bed or the slightly smaller double bedroom. They share two modern bathrooms, one upstairs and one downstairs complete with a bath.
There’s a spanking new kitchen with a dishwasher and a sitting room with solid fuel stove for cosy evenings with your feet up. There’s an additional glazed conservatory area with sofas which is flooded with natural light.
This lovely cottage has its own private entrance and the outdoor terrace is perfect for sunset drinks and al fresco dining. Book a night or see more here.
5. Open Plan Bungalow with Coastal Views
Located on Tara Hill near Gorey town, this 70s’ style bungalow offers stunning coastal views to Cahore Point from floor-to-ceiling windows in the open-plan living room.
There’s a log burner for cosy evenings in after preparing a meal in the fully equipped kitchen with breakfast bar.
Hang out in the den, soak in the Jacuzzi tub or relax in the lush terraced garden. Three bedrooms include a king-size, queen-size and a bunk room.
This Wexford Airbnb is the perfect retreat surrounded by countryside and just 5 minutes from the beach. Book a night or see more here.
6. Old Stone Barn near the Hook Peninsula
How about a 300-year old Wexford Airbnb traditional Irish cottage with slate floors and timber beams?
Located on a working tillage farm a stone’s throw from Hook Lighthouse in peaceful surroundings, Hogan’s Cottage has been sympathetically restored from a former cowshed.
It includes a full cedar wood kitchen with dishwasher and microwave, strong Wi-Fi and two bathrooms with power showers. It is heated by central heating from a straw burner and the sitting room has a warming open fire.
All on one level, the cottage accommodates 5 guests with an ensuite bedroom, double bedroom and a single. It’s close to Tintern Abbey and sandy Grange Beach on the stunning Hook Peninsula. Book a night or see more here.
7. Cuan Cottage
Granite walls and whitewashed beams belie the modern-day comforts of this 2 bedroom 2 bathroom cottage which includes Wi-Fi for staying in touch.
Leather sofas and a woodburning stove welcome you home after a day’s exploring. There’s a queen bedroom and a double bedroom sleeping 4 guests.
The pretty garden is the perfect place to enjoy some fresh air. The cottage adjoins a similar property so you can meet up with family and friends too. Book a night or see more here.
8. The Doll’s House (the most unique Airbnb Wexford has to offer)
Next up is arguably the most unusual Airbnb Wexford has to offer – the Doll’s House. This cute pastel-painted cottage has fun tucked into every nook and cranny.
Furnished throughout in a quirky style there are two contemporary double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a modern white kitchen with dining table.
Sit by the cast iron fireplace with a book and admire the collection of ephemera or relax on the deep-cushioned sofa. Guests also have access to the rather special Rathaspeck Manor par-3 golf course too! Book a night or see more here.
9. The Garden Room Studio
Next up is another mighty Airbnb Wexford has to offer that comes with views that’ll make you never want to leave.
Coastal river views beckon from the table in the garden at this delightful Garden Room studio for 3 guests. The single storey home makes use of industrial and natural materials to create one of the most unique Airbnbs in Wexford.
The modern kitchen is fully equipped including a washing machine and there’s a dining table and leather sofa. French doors provide stunning views in all seasons.
The bedroom area has twin beds for a sound night’s sleep in this delightful hideaway. Book a night or see more here.
Airbnb Wexford: Discover more unique Wexford accommodation
If you’d like to see what other unique Wexford accommodation is up for grabs for a night away, you’ll find loads here.
Or, if you’ve stayed in an Airbnb in Wexford that you’d like to recommend, you can do so in the comments below.
Gillian Birch is a travel writer and published author. She has travelled the world and uses her personal journals and memories to write about her many travel experiences, particularly those that involved adventures in Ireland.