Situated in the heart of Wexford town and close to all amenities, McMenamin's Townhouse is the ideal location
for long or short stay visitors who enjoy quality accommodation and genuine Irish hospitality.

McMenamin's Townhouse Wexford

McMenamin's Townhouse B&B
Bed and Breakfast
6 Glena Terrace, Spawell Road, Wexford. 
Telephone : 053 914 6442
Email :

Georgina Campbell
National Award Winner
Bed and Breakfast 2005
Bridgestone Guide
100 Best Places
to Stay in Ireland

We are pleased to present some of the outstanding amenities available
within a short distance of McMenamin's Townhouse


The narrow streets of Wexford are paved
with history.
Our historic town has played 'host' to
many overseas visitors, including the Vikings,
Normans and Cromwellians - so there is much
to see.

Wexford Harbour

The West Gate Tower combines with the ancient and historic Selskar Abbey to be the perfect setting to understand the historical development of Wexford.

Situated in the heart of a Viking and Norman walled town, the centre holds a 52 seat audio-visual theatre with a spectacular presentation on the history of Wexford Town.

The Westgate is unique in that it is the only authentic part of medieval town defence in Ireland which tourists can visit.
(200 meters)

Westgate Heritage Centre
Johnstown Castle Daily tours are available (in season) to Johnstown
Castle and Gardens, which also houses the Irish
Agricultural Museum. (5 miles)

The beautiful beach and forest at Curracloe
can be enjoyed in winter and summer.
(7 miles)

Wexford Wildfowl Reserve is internationally famous
for wild geese which spend the winter months here.

It's also home to thousands of ducks, swans
and waders making this a site of major international
importance for wildfowl and waders.

The entrance to the reserve is by Ardcavan Lane,

Wexford Wildlife Reserve
1 1/2 miles from Wexford Bridge, on the Wexford / Castlebridge road. (L29)

Popular with all ages is the nearby
Irish National Heritage Park.
Set on 30 acres - you can retrace 9,000 years
of Irish history and culture.
(2 miles)

Irish National Heritage Park
Enniscorthy Castle

Visit Wexford County Museum at Enniscorthy Castle.
Experience County Wexford's turbulent history !
Relive its folk and maritime traditions!

The Castle (built in 1205) is a veritable treasure-house
of information for anyone interested in Irish modes
of living, culture and heritage ( 14 miles)

Kilmore Quay (15 miles) is a picturesque fishing village
with its famous traditional thatched cottages.
Lying a short distance offshore, the Saltee Islands
are a famous bird sanctuary.
Regular boat trips are available.

Cottage at Kilmore Quay


We now have an Online Availability and Reservation System. Simply click the button below to access it. All our rates are in the system, and all rates include Breakfast.

Children under the age of 2, when accompanied by adults, stay for free.
2-12 year olds are half price.