Maldron Hotel Wexford

Ballindinas
Barntown
Wexford
Ireland

Getting to Maldron Hotel Wexford

Conveniently located on the outskirts of Wexford town, less than a 2 hour drive from Dublin and only 20 minutes from Rosslare ferry port.

Driving Directions

Driving Directions from Dublin

Travelling on the N11 from Dublin, once you reach Gorey take the Enniscorthy road to Wexford. Follow the signs for Wexford Town until you reach the 1st roundabout (New Ross roundabout) on the outskirts of Wexford, take the first exit and Maldron Hotel Wexford is immediately on your right.

Driving Directions from Rosslare Harbour

Follow signs to Wexford from Rosslare Harbour or Rosslare Strand, upon reaching the 1st roundabout take the first exit to the left and continue on this road until you reach the second roundabout, go straight through, continue on this road until you reach the third roundabout and take the last exit to your right.

Driving Directions from Cork or Waterford

Travelling from Cork or Waterford on the N25. Drive through New Ross and follow the signs for Wexford Town (N25) main route until you reach the 1st roundabout (New Ross roundabout) on the outskirts of Wexford, drive straight through the roundabout and Maldron Hotel Wexford is immediately on your right.

Free Parking

We offer complimentary on-site parking for all our hotel guests including people attending meetings, gym members and dining in our restaurant.

Public Transport

  • Wexford Train station – 7 minutes’ taxi drive from the hotel.
  • Private bus company Wexford Bus stops directly outside the hotel with hourly services to and from Dublin.

GPS Coordinates

Latitude: 52.3366436, Longitude: -6.5117723

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