Cheap Hotels in Waterford
Waterford Viking Hotel is located on the outskirts of Waterford and a less than 10 minute drive will have you in the city centre. Each of our bright and spacious rooms offer comfortable beds, satellite TV and tea and coffee making facilities. We’re ideally located for access to Tramore beach which is just a 15 minute drive away and can be used an base for guests using the Waterford Greenway.
Treacys Hotel Waterford, Spa & Leisure Centre is set in a picturesque location overlooking the River Suir, in the heart of Ireland's Oldest City: Waterford. The capital of the Sunny South East of Ireland. It is the perfect base while visiting all sites and museums that Waterford has to offer. It is also the ideal location for shopping with all shops just a short stroll away. Situated in the heart of Waterford city, guests will find themselves a short walking distance from the train and bus stations. The guest rooms have been completely refurbished, with warm stylish decor. Guests can also enjoy the finest specialities in local cuisine at the onsite restaurant and bar. The onsite spa and leisure centre take care of visitors' well-being, and guests will enjoy full use of the swimming pool, drench shower and fully equipped gymnasium. Visitors will appreciate hotel's central location overlooking the River Suir, and corporate travellers can take advantage of the conference facilities for up to 200 attendees. Timbertoes Bar serves a delicious selection of home cooked meals in an unpretentious atmosphere of a traditional Irish pub.
This 3 star hotel is located in the city centre of Waterford and was established in 1962. It is a short drive away from the Waterford Crystal and the nearest station is Waterford Train Station. The Hotel has a restaurant, a bar, a conference room, a coffee shop, an indoor swimming pool and a fitness centre/gym. All 131 rooms are equipped with hairdryer, safe, trouser press and ironing set.
Riverwalk Accommodation Hotel
Riverwalk is located on the inner Ring Road in Waterford City. It is located on John's River which winds its way through the city to The River Suir at Adelphi Quay. Riverwalk features a 'village-style' layout on a stylishly landscaped 7-acre site to further set it apart from modern residential accommodation. Riverwalk has been designed and built to the highest standards and includes high quality fittings, furnishings and equipment which considerably exceed normal specifications.
Hillview Lodge Hotel
Hotels in Waterford
A city in County Waterford in the south-east of Ireland, Waterford is the oldest city in the country and sits on the banks of the River Suir. Famous for its crystal lifestyle products and annual Tall Ships Race, Waterford has plenty to offer including arts, golf, walking, cycling, history, festivals, great food and more. It is the perfect place for a holiday in Ireland, and you'll find a number of Waterford hotels from which to make your base.
Things to do
The House of Crystal visitor centre includes an opportunity for guests to choose from the world's largest selection of Waterford Crystal. Take a factory tour and see firsthand the detail behind all areas of traditional crystal production.
See Waterford's history brought to life before your eyes with an enjoyable and imaginative actor-led tour at the Waterford Museum of Treasures. Here, discover the 1,000-year history of the city from Viking Waterford at Reginald's Tower, the oldest civic building in Ireland, to Georgian Waterford at the Bishop's Palace. Highlights of the tour include the Great Charter Roll, the cloth-of-gold vestments and the oldest piece of Waterford Crystal in the world, a decanter which was made around 1780.
Christ Church Cathedral is known as the Cathedral of The Holy Trinity and has been a constant presence in Waterford since the 11th century. The building is steeped in history and was built on a site of Christian worship which dates back to 1050. The cathedral is the only neo-classical Georgian Cathedral in Ireland and as such is considered to be of enormous architectural importance and an important part of the Church of Ireland.
While in Waterford, be sure to visit the area that gave the city its name, the River Suir. River cruises leave from the Neptune Marina behind the Marina Hotel and take passengers on one or two-hour trips up the river, taking in the stunning architecture en route.
Food and drink
Irish food is famous for being rustic and filling – food to get you through a cold winter such as Irish stew, colcannon, beef and Guinness pie. Waterford is no different from the rest of Ireland in that you can always find a warming bowl of stew in a pub. However, those who prefer a touch of the exotic will also find many other cuisines within the city.
For a delicious Italian meal, visit Emiliano's or La Palma for a warm welcome and excellent meal. In Emiliano's, ask about the cheese board with its fruit and honey. For something a little more traditional yet inventive, try Momo, where you can find good old sausage and colcannon mash or more exotic food such as samosas. For a great lunch, visit The Granary, located in the Waterford Treasures building and known to serve the best lunchtime fare in the whole city.
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