The castle was built in the 15th century. The 50ft high tower dates back to 1470, built by Thomas Hay, a descendant of Richard. In 1641, the owner, George Cheevers, was involved in the siege of Duncannon and the Confederation of Kilkenny. He was then dispossessed by Cromwell after the Sacking of Wexford. The castle was given to Cromwell's soldier, Colonel Bunbury, as payment of service. Guests are free to explore the Castle and its premises, enjoy the magnificent view atop the tower or go for an afternoon stroll around the farms.
This quirky and whimsical hotel resembles a real-life doll house, as its own name suggests. With an eye-catching exterior and a very elegantly appointed interior, this unusual hotel aims to offer guests a one-of-a-kind experience in this Georgian style mansion that will transport them to their childhood days.
Initially a Georgian style manor house, the building where this whimsical hotel is housed today was initially built around the 1680s, although there are said to be some records of it from as far back as the 14th century. Originally known as Rathaspeck Manor, the historic building came to the possession of its current owner who turned it into this real-life dollhouse hotel.
Accommodation for Adults Only
Despite its whimsical and quirky theme and decoration that resembles a real-life doll house, this accommodation is not suitable or safe for children, and so it can only accommodate adult guests.
Rathaspeck Manor Country Home B&B & Par 3 Golf Course Country House in Wexford
Birchwood House is located in the tranquil village of Castlebridge whis is a perfect getaway from the noisy towns. The 4 guest rooms are decorated in modern style with Irish traditional details that gives the place a cozy and pleasant atmosphere.
Accommodation near Bars And Clubs
Pubs and Restaurant are with in walking distance, 5 minutes away from the hotel, 500 meters.
Guest rooms on the ground floor offer facilities for guests with limited mobility.
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