If you’re looking for hotels with a pool in Wexford, you’re in luck – there’s loads of them!
From the brilliant Riverside Park Hotel to the hugely popular Amber Springs, you’ve plenty to choose from.
In the guide below, you’ll find a mix of pricey and pocket friendly hotels with a pool in Wexford. Dive on in!
Our favourite hotels with a pool in Wexford
1. Amber Springs Hotel
Set in landscaped gardens, the Amber Springs Hotel sets the bar high when it comes to luxury hotels in Wexford. Ideal for a weekend getaway or spa break, it has a spa and leisure centre with 18m turquoise swimming pool and a separate kiddies pool. There’s more water-based relaxation in the spa hydrotherapy pool and bubbling jacuzzi. Join an aquarobics session or head to the gym for a workout. After that, you’ve earned a tasty meal in the outstanding restaurant which is famous for its farm-to-fork experience. Organic produce is raised at the hotel’s own Redmond Farm which also supplies the Farina Italian Pizzeria and BBG Bar.
2. The Riverside Park Hotel
With 100 stylishly designed guest rooms, Riverside Park Hotel is a luxury four star gem right on the riverfront in Wexford. You’ll notice the supreme comfort, excellent service and thoughtful mood lighting the moment you arrive. Of course, it has a superb spa for a full range of pampering treatments at the hands of professional therapists. For those in search of a little aquarobic exercise, there’s a superb indoor pool AND kids have their own separate pool. After an invigorating workout in the pool, head to the Alamo or Moorings Restaurant to sample delicious fare showcasing Wexford’s quality produce.
3. Ashdown Park Hotel
Ashdown Park is a splendid boutique hotel in Co. Wexford with a full range of artfully decorated rooms and suites. This family-friendly hotel even has its own Wellness Centre with a team of trained therapists offering spa treatments. It boasts a Skin Gym and 18m swimming pool as well as a children’s pool, hot tub, sauna, steam room and beauty salon. It’s a great place to workout and unwind at your own pace. Chef Val Murphy ensures every meal is a memorable delight, from breakfast and lunch to afternoon tea and dinner at The Rowan. Go on…you deserve a treat!
4. Whitford House Hotel
Another great pool with a luxury hotel attached (just kidding!) is the Whitford House Hotel. This family-run establishment is known for its hospitality and 4 star amenities. Winner of countless hospitality awards, it offers spacious luxury accommodation in 36 guestrooms and self-catering suites. The Leisure Club has church-like rafters above the 20m deck-level pool. It includes a state-of-the-art hydrotherapy area with fountains and jets to ease tense muscles. Wallow in the jacuzzi while contemplating dinner in the Seasons Restaurant and Forthside Bar Bistro. It’s the ultimate break.
Other very popular hotels in Wexford with a swimming pool
1. Clayton Whites Hotel
Award-winning Clayton Whites Hotel is a contemporary place to enjoy a staycation in the heart of Wexford. It ticks all the boxes with quiet well-furnished rooms, Terrace Restaurant with courtyard views and a cosy Library Bar for a nightcap. If you’re here for the pool, the onsite Club Vitae Leisure Centre has a full range of modern facilities. The well-equipped gym has an enviable array of equipment and weights and there’s a light-filled indoor swimming pool with poolside sauna, steam room and jacuzzi. The Tranquility Spa offers massages and signature treatments to round off the ultimate restful stay.
2. Brandon House Hotel
The redbrick Brandon House Hotel offers upscale accommodation in a stunning setting with garden and river views from both terrace and restaurant. This upscale country house hotel has generously sized rooms along with a gorgeous indoor pool and ethereal outdoor hot tub attached to the Solas Crol Eco Spa. After working up a sweat in the gym or sauna, take an energising dip in the coldwater plunge pool. Make use of the Relaxation Area, a spherical room allowing energy to flow. It’s perfect for yoga and personal meditation. End your day with dinner in the Library Bar or Carvery Restaurant.
3. Talbot Hotel Wexford
Four star luxury and a gorgeous heated pool are just some of the attributes at Wexford’s Talbot Hotel. Rooms are comfortably furnished and decorated with a designer touch. Deep mattresses, tea/coffee making facilities and marble bathrooms add to the sense of pampering and relaxation. Riverview rooms and suites are well worth the upgrade. There’s a newly refurbished restaurant and vibrant Ballast Bank Bar to spend your evenings with live music. The private indoor pool is perfect for a morning dip and the Swim Academy allows young guests to gain their confidence. All this just 2 minutes’ stroll from Wexford’s galleries, boutiques and restaurants.
4. Maldron Hotel Wexford
Modern, stylish and unfussy, rooms at the Maldron hotel are ideal for those who prefer contemporary decor. Well located for exploring Wexford attractions, this three star family-friendly hotel is ideal for business and leisure. Large bedrooms are complemented by the Grain and Grill Restaurant and Bar. If you fancy a workout, the fully equipped Club Vitae Gym and pool await. There’s a full range of facilities including cardio equipment, a 20m lap pool, jacuzzi and dedicated children’s pool. Treatment rooms offer massages, facials and tanning treatments as well as nails and hair styling.
5. Treacy’s Hotel & The Waterfront Leisure Centre
Dive into Treacy’s Hotel and Waterfront Leisure Centre for a blissful stay on the Wexford coast. This luxury hotel exudes old world elegance and service yet rooms are bang up-to-date and supremely comfortable. If you fancy a swim, the Waterfront Leisure Centre is just across the road. There’s a state-of-the-art swimming pool, kid’s pool, gym, steam room and sauna. Hotel guests are reimbursed any costs incurred. The hotel has several bars, a take-away, night club and restaurant so you can chill out or party till dawn as you wish.
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.