Hotels Near Dungarvan, Waterford
Treacys Hotel Waterford is the perfect hotel to stay at when you want to explore the very best of County Waterford as you are close to the town of Waterford but also within driving distance of Waterford’s most popular areas such as Dungarvan. Dungarvan is a 35 minute drive from Treacys Hotel Waterford so when you stay here, you can spend the day fishing, shopping, golfing, cycling or visiting museums and attractions in Dungarvan before returning to Treacys Hotel Waterford to relax and unwind in one of our comfortable and spacious rooms. During your stay at Treacys Hotel Waterford, you can wine and dine in Crokers Restaurant or Timbertoes Bar and you will also have access to our leisure centre and beauty spa. Book your stay at Treacys Hotel Waterford direct on our site today to find the best rates and offers for your break in Waterford.
Dungarvan is a coastal and harbour town in Waterford located on the south coast of Ireland at the mouth of the Colligan River. The area of Dungarvan is popular among tourists as there is always plenty to do in the town all year round. Clonea Beach is a highlight of Dungarvan while visitors can also check out Dungarvan Castle, Waterford County Museum, rally driving lessons at Rally Connection, Dungarvan Brewery Company, Golf Courses as well as the brilliant choice of pubs and restaurants in the area. Book your stay at Treacys Hotel Waterford today and make sure to check out Dungarvan during your stay in Waterford.
See What Our Guests Have to Say:
‘Great Midweek Stay’
“We stayed here on a midweek break for 2 nights during midterm. This is a value for money hotel and we had a great stay. Our 5 year old loved the kids club and play area which gave me lots of time to enjoy the leisure club or take a walk up to the nearby shopping centre. The hotel is very convenient to get to and also handy to shoot out to Tramore, Dungarvan and other areas. Food was great and prompt and there was a wide selection of traditional food to choose from. Staff are very friendly.”