If you’re in search of the best hotels in Tramore, then our Tramore accommodation guide should tickle your fancy..
The seaside town of Tramore in County Waterford is one of the most popular places to head for a beach holiday on the east coast of Ireland.
From the great surf to day trips to surrounding towns and attractions, you could easily spend a whole weekend in Tramore and explore the pretty Waterford coast.
In the guide below, you’ll find a clatter of brilliant places to stay in Tramore, from luxurious escapes to pocket-friendly getaways.
Our favourite accommodation and hotels in Tramore
The first section of the guide tackles our favourite hotels in Tramore, from the brilliant O’Shea’s Hotel to the gorgeous Majestic Hotel and more.
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1. Majestic Hotel
The en-suite rooms are neat and polished, with doubles up to family options available. While you could easily stroll down the street for dinner, the hotel is also home to the Garden Room Restaurant and Lounge Bar, serving classic dishes from locally sourced produce along with an extensive wine list.
Guests at this hotel also get a nice little discount at the Splashworld Health and Leisure Club which is right across the road.
2. O’Shea’s Hotel
O’Shea’s is one of our favourite places to stay in Tramore solely because of it’s location – you’ll find it right on the edge of Tramore Beach and in the middle of town, making it extremely convenient for a seaside getaway.
They have en-suite rooms including standard doubles up to family options, with many even offering sea views. You also don’t have to stray far for a bite to eat or a drink at the end of the day.
You’ll find the Copper Room Restaurant and O’Shea’s Bar onsite, serving traditional Irish food and live entertainment all summer long. It’s also a short ramble away from plenty of other great Tramore restaurants.
3. Beach Haven Apartments
Located a stone’s throw from many of the best things to do in Tramore, these comfortable and modern apartments are perfectly based to explore Tramore and beyond.
You can easily walk down to the beach within 10 minutes from the property or drive to Waterford just 15 minutes away. The apartments range from studio apartments for two adults up to superior apartments which sleep up to four guests.
They each have a flat screen TV, en-suite bathroom, self-catering kitchenette, and free Wi-Fi. They are perfect for those looking to cook up their own meals while staying near the beach in Tramore.
More places to stay Tramore hotels with exceptional reviews
Now that we have our favourite hotels in Tramore out of the way, it’s time to see what else this corner of Ireland has to offer.
The next scention of this guide tackles more mighty places to stay in Tramore, from the brilliant Beach Haven B&B to some other Tramore hotels with great reviews.
1. Glenart House
This quaint little B&B is set right in Tramore, just 450 metres back from the beach and, going off reviews online, it could go toe-to-toe with the three Tramore hotels.
Offering comfortable double and triple rooms, this property gets great reviews for being a nice quiet retreat with super friendly owners in an ideal location.
All guests are welcome to an a la carte or full Irish breakfast each morning with plenty of fresh produce in the communal dining area.
There’s also plenty of room in the yard for free and safe parking off the street. If you’re looking for places to stay in Tramore that’ll feel like a home-from-home, check out Glenart House.
2. Beach Haven B&B
With an almost perfect score, this family-run guesthouse and B&B in Tramore is definitely a great choice for accommodation. You can easily walk into town or to the beach from the property, which is in a quiet part of town.
The rooms available include single, double, triple and family options all with their own en-suite bathroom and TV. You can enjoy the cosy lounge and dining area open to all guests to enjoy, which is where you can also dig into the delicious Irish breakfast offered every morning.
3. Dilis Go Brath
This great little B&B gets exceptional reviews for its lovely owners who are extremely friendly and helpful the second you walk in the door. Their refurbished 1800s town house offers clean and comfortable rooms including double and triple rooms, some even with their own balcony.
All guests are welcome to a full Irish breakfast in the morning before heading out for the day. It’s located just a few minutes’ walk out of the main street and beach in Tramore, offering a nice quiet retreat in the busy summer resort town.
4. The Sands Hotel Tramore
You’ll find the last of the Tramore hotels just 100m back from the beach with incredible views over the Atlantic, you can’t ask for a better location than the Sands Hotel. The 3-star accommodation gets great reviews for their good value for money rooms including single, double and family options.
The en-suite rooms are simple but comfortable with a flat screen TV, hairdryer, kettle, desk and sitting area. The hotel is also home to a bar and restaurant serving a full Irish breakfast as well as an a la carte menu. The traditional bar downstairs is perfect for a post-beach drink in the cosy dining area.
What places to stay in Tramore have we missed?
I’ve no doubt that we’ve unintentionally left out some brilliant places to stay in Tramore from the guide above.
If you have a place that you’d like to recommend, let me know in the comments below and I’ll check it out!
FAQs about the best hotels in Tramore
We’ve had a lot of questions over the years asking about everything from what is the best group accommodation in Tramore to where to stay when visiting on your own.
In the section below, we’ve popped in the most FAQs that we’ve received. If you have a question that we haven’t tackled, ask away in the comments section below.
What are the best hotels in Tramore?
In our opinion, the best hotels in Tramore are Majestic, O’Shea’s and The Sands Hotel.
What are the best places to stay in Tramore for a weekend?
If you’re after a home-from-home, Glenart House, Beach Haven B&B and Dilis Go Brath are good options. If you’re looking for hotels in Tramore, you can’t go wrong with Majestic Hotel.
Elisha is a freelance writer, content creator and blogger and her work can be read in Lonely Planet, Remote Lands and Matador Network. You’ll usually find her travelling in offbeat places or hiking wherever there are mountains; always with a camera in hand.